- Masked Gaza gunmen steal $500,000 in rare robbery Updated: Mar-10-14 2:46 pm
- Former marine resources chief pleads guilty Updated: Mar-10-14 1:06 pm
- Jackson Co. fighting PERS on retirement pay cuts Updated: Mar-08-14 12:43 pm
- Portsmouth Naval Shipyard meant $414M in payroll Updated: Mar-08-14 11:31 am
- Governor to OK some public employee pay raises Updated: Mar-08-14 5:05 am
- Why severe weather made little mark on US hiring Updated: Mar-08-14 3:04 am
- No pay raises for Guam cabinet, elected officials Updated: Mar-07-14 8:49 pm
- 5 convicted Bell leaders sue former city attorney Updated: Mar-07-14 8:38 pm
- Md. Senate panel makes budget decisions Updated: Mar-07-14 5:25 pm
- Kenya president and cabinet take pay cuts Updated: Mar-07-14 1:58 pm
- Bill would cut Alaska ferry workers' salaries Updated: Mar-06-14 4:04 pm
- State senator, Chief Justice debate judges' pay Updated: Mar-06-14 1:05 pm
- Pay raises consider for Lake Arthur mayor, council Updated: Mar-06-14 8:56 am
- City of Greenville hires pay consultant Updated: Mar-06-14 4:41 am
- Pay dispute, sounds of war rattle S. Sudan capital Updated: Mar-05-14 9:58 am
- Lebanon's political system sinks nation into debt Updated: Mar-05-14 2:08 am
- Wyoming Legislature moves Medicaid expansion study Updated: Mar-03-14 8:58 pm
- NC State Controller David McCoy to retire Updated: Mar-03-14 6:39 pm
- Idaho lawmaker asks to have own ethics examined Updated: Mar-03-14 5:08 pm
- Gaza public workers say Hamas not paying salaries Updated: Mar-03-14 9:14 am
- Okla. House leaders link pension overhaul to pay Updated: Mar-02-14 2:55 pm
- Pay raises, Begich speech things to watch Updated: Mar-02-14 2:31 pm
- Young man said to be subject of famous photo dies Updated: Mar-02-14 9:57 am
- Empire Center updates NYC payroll data online Updated: Mar-01-14 9:23 am
- Salary, pension bill shelved for now Updated: Feb-27-14 4:34 pm
GAZA CITY, Gaza City - The Gaza Strip has endured back-to-back wars and uprisings in recent years, but criminal violence has been relatively rare.
HATTIESBURG, Mississippi - Former Mississippi Department of Marine Resources Executive Director Bill Walker pleaded guilty Monday in U.S. District Court to a charge of conspiring to defraud the federal government.
PASCAGOULA, Mississippi - Jackson County lawmakers are lobbying colleagues to support an amendment that could help local officials in their fight with the Public Employees' Retirement System over reduction in benefits for some county retirees.
PORTSMOUTH, New Hampshire - The latest statistics show the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard contributed more than $400 million in civilian payroll during 2013.
SANTA FE, New Mexico - Gov. Susana Martinez will approve proposed 3 percent pay raises for state workers and public school employees.
WASHINGTON - Last month's harsh winter weather cut across the U.S. economy, closing factories, canceling flights and keeping shoppers home.
HAGATNA, Guam - Cabinet members and elected officials in Guam's territorial government won't get pay raises under a new law allowed to take effect this week.
LOS ANGELES - Five former leaders of the city of Bell who were convicted in a municipal fraud scandal sued their former city attorney Friday, saying he led them to believe they were doing nothing wrong when they accepted six-figure salaries to run a modest Los Angeles suburb.
ANNAPOLIS, Maryland - Maryland senators on a key state spending panel voted Friday to plug a budget hole by using more money initially planned to strengthen the finances of the state pension system.
NAIROBI, Kenya - Kenya's president Friday announced that he and his entire cabinet will take pay cuts as part of austerity measures to reduce the country's rising wage bill.
JUNEAU, Alaska - A bill pending in the Alaska Senate would strip state ferry workers of their cost-of-living adjustment.
SPRINGFIELD, Illinois - An Illinois state senator is suggesting lowering starting salaries for judges in Illinois.
LAKE ARTHUR, Louisiana - The Lake Arthur Board of Aldermen will consider pay raises for the next mayor and slate of aldermen after a public hearing to be held on April 2.
GREENVILLE, Mississippi - The City of Greenville is spending $10,845 to determine the competitiveness of its current salary levels for city workers.
JUBA, South Sudan - The sounds of war rattled the capital of South Sudan on Wednesday after violence broke out inside the military over a pay dispute, and five soldiers were killed, officials said.
BEIRUT - Lebanese politicians are looking for tens of millions of dollars in aid at a Paris conference on Wednesday with U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and world diplomats to help their country cope with a flood of refugees from neighboring Syria's civil war. But while authorities plead for cash, Lebanon's house is hardly in order.
CHEYENNE, Wyoming - Both houses of the Wyoming Legislature on passed a budget bill Monday that calls on Gov. Matt Mead and other Wyoming officials to investigate whether they can reach an agreement with the federal government to expand Medicaid on the state's terms.
RALEIGH, North Carolina - David McCoy, a career state employee who rose through the ranks to help manage the North Carolina government's finances through two recessions, is retiring at the end of the month.
BOISE, Idaho - An Idaho lawmaker apologized Monday to colleagues in the House and asked them to convene an ethics committee to examine her vote against legislation that would have hurt her financially.
GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip - Palestinian civil servants called on the Gaza Strip's Hamas government Monday to pay them full salaries, the clearest sign yet that Egypt's blockade of the territory is making it increasingly difficult for the Islamic militants to govern.
OKLAHOMA CITY - Members of the Oklahoma House have urged the Senate and Gov. Mary Fallin to commit to funding targeted pay increases for state employees before signing off on a pension overhaul bill, according to one state lawmaker.
JUNEAU, Alaska - In years past, work in the Legislature during the first week of March would slow substantially, if not grind to a near halt, to allow lawmakers to travel to The Energy Council and other meetings in Washington, D.C. Some would take time to return home to meet with constituents.
BIRMINGHAM, Alabama - The photograph of the young man was famous - a civil rights marcher in a sweater being attacked on May 3, 1963 by a German shepherd police dog in downtown Birmingham. It was so famous that people sometimes falsely claimed to be the person in the picture, trying to get attention. A statue in Kelly Ingram Park is based on the picture.
ALBANY, New York - The Empire Center for Public Policy says it has posted updated payroll information for all New York City government workers on the Internet, including the names and salaries of more than 475,000 full- and part-time employees.
TRENTON, New Jersey - Legislation that would have given Gov. Chris Christie the power to raise salaries for his cabinet, increased judges' pay and tweaked the public employee pension law to benefit a few elected officials is on hold indefinitely.