• car payments May 20

    NBC10 Boston Responds Helps Track Down a Missing Car Payment

    You probably plug in your automatic bill payments every month and don’t think much more about it. That’s what a New Hampshire woman did, until she realized her car payment was lost somewhere. Doris Padellaro of Nashua has a 2020 Hyundai Tucson, and an automatic car payment scheduled for withdrawal from her checking account the 5th of each month....

  • New Hampshire May 20

    NBC10 Boston Responds: Payment Problems

    A New Hampshire woman’s automatic car payment was deducted, but she was told she was delinquent.

  • Massachusetts Nov 25, 2019

    Gov. Charlie Baker Explores Ways to Ease Burden on Federal Workers

    With no clear answer as to when federal workers can expect their next paycheck, Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker is taking action and considering giving those impacted state benefits.

  • Donald Trump Nov 9, 2019

    For 30-Somethings, Stakes Are High Over Future of DACA

    Karina Ruiz’s life is deeply rooted in Phoenix. She has three children and two grandkids, a side gig selling houses, frantic days rushing kids off to school and activities, a busy work schedule filled with meetings. The 35-year-old knows that little of this would be possible without her enrollment in a program dating back to the Obama administration that allows...

  • Massachusetts Jan 15, 2019

    Gov. Charlie Baker Explores Ways to Ease Financial Burden on Federal Workers

    With no clear answer as to when federal workers can expect their next paycheck, Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker is taking action and considering giving those impacted state benefits. Jeffery Davis, of Malden, is one worker who is affected by the partial government shutdown. The father of three has been a federal air traffic controller for nearly a decade. He is...

  • Donald Trump Jan 4, 2019

    Federal Employees Feel the Financial Pinch as Shutdown Drags on

    As the government’s partial shutdown pushed toward a third week, hundreds of thousands of federal workers are feeling the financial pinch. They’re calling mortgage companies, hoping for a break, and weighing the risks of letting other bills go unpaid. They’re reheating leftovers and turning down the thermostat to save a few bucks. They’re looking into applying for loans or unemployment...

  • Donald Trump Jan 4, 2019

    Breweries Slow Down Over Shutdown

    U.S.-based breweries have become an unexpected casualty of the federal government shutdown. The federal Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau, in charge of approving labels and license for any new beer, wine and spirits, has been impacted by the shutdown, and some breweries are now waiting for their new products to be approved.

  • Joe Biden Jul 7, 2017

    Dallas Shooting Victim Wants to Bridge Gap Over Gun Violence

    A year being shot during the July 7 protest shootings in Dallas, a mother hopes her experience as a black woman whose life was saved by police will help bridge the racial gap that separates many police officers and black Americans.

  • Barack Obama Jan 27, 2016

    Health Care Fines Press Millennials as Deadline Nears

    Millions of young adults healthy enough to think they don’t need insurance face painful choices this year as the sign-up deadline approaches for President Barack Obama’s health care law....
    Fines for being uninsured rise sharply in 2016 — averaging nearly $1,000 per household, according to an independent estimate. It’s forcing those in their 20s and 30s to take a hard look...

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