More in New Hampshire apply for heating assistance amid price hikes

Heating fuel prices have risen since the summer, but as winter approaches, more New Hampshire residents are asking for help paying their bills. Southern New Hampshire Services in Manchester began mailing applications to priority homes in July, all families were eligible to apply for assistance starting September 1, and the NHS said it had already … Read more

Green groups are asking social media companies to do more to tackle climate disinformation – The Hill

Story at a glance In May 2022, the European Union passed the Digital Services Act which aims to improve the digital spaces of social media users. Now, several environmental groups are calling on Twitter, TikTok, and others to do more to tackle climate disinformation by law. They argue that companies owe it to their users … Read more

The Central Bank of Oman expects a price tag of $90 billion for private financial assistance from PBGC

The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) It expects the PBGC’s Special Financial Assistance (SFA) program to cost $90 billion in the next decade. This omission was included in a report the CBO sent to Rep. Virginia Fox (R-NC), a member of the House Education and Labor Committee, and Rep. Jason Smith (R-Missouri), managing director of the … Read more

Incident responders increasingly seek mental health help

Incident responders primarily drive a strong sense of duty to protect others. This responsibility is increasingly being challenged by the escalation of disruptive attacks, from the spread of Ransomware attacks to the recent rise in malware swabs, according to IBM Security. The global survey of more than 1,100 cybersecurity incident responders in 10 markets revealed … Read more

NerdWallet: Dealing with medical bills may require patience and help

When she was 19, writer Emily Maloney found herself facing nearly $50,000 in medical debt after hospitalization for a mental health crisis. Debt followed her throughout her twenties, damaging her credit and leading to stressful calls from collection agencies. Her experience is very common: the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau reports that about 1 in 5 … Read more

Fort Knox Hosts Semi-Annual TAP Seminar | Article – Commodity

Approximately 150 TAP personnel from 60 Army TAP centers around the world communicate with each other during an annual three-day training seminar at Fort Knox from September 27-29, 2022. (Image source: Jenn DeHaan, Fort Knox News) original show Fort Knox, Kentucky. About 150 Transition Assistance Program personnel from 60 Army TAP centers around the world … Read more

How to help those affected by Hurricane Ian

You can track Ian over here or Subscribe to the morning feed Email newsletter for weekday updates from The Weather Channel and our meteorologists. People across Florida need help after Hurricane Ian devastated much of the state. What is the best thing I can do to help? c ash is king. You may be tempted … Read more

Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) may be able to provide financial assistance to victims

TALASHI — President Biden declared, Thursday, much of Florida a major disaster area in the wake of the devastating Hurricane Ian that hit the state. The announcement means that people in those counties affected by the monsoon can apply online for financial assistance through DisasterAssistance.gov, by phone or in person at soon-to-be-established Federal Processing Centers … Read more