In our news wrap Monday, the House will vote this week to formalize the impeachment inquiry and procedures for open hearings, Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced in a letter to fellow Democrats. Also, in Chicago, President Trump called the city’s violence…
Last week, several students from Big Sky High School in Missoula, Montana, wrote to the NewsHour to sing the praises of their beloved teacher Mark Moe, who announced he would be retiring. Moe shares the news summary with his classes…
NFL quarterback Andrew Luck has announced his resignation at age 29. Plagued by injuries, the Indianapolis Colts player called it quits just two weeks before the new season begins. Sportswriter John Feinstein, author of the book “Quarterback,” which profiled Luck…
The House overwhelmingly approved a bill Thursday to promote retirement security by making it easier for small businesses and other companies to offer retirement plans.
By Matthew Daly, Associated Press
By Madeline Will, Education Week
In several states, retired teachers and other state workers haven’t gotten a cost-of-living adjustment to their pension checks in years. And with the cost of health care continuing to rise, retirees say they’re reaching a breaking point.
By Richard Eisenberg
Eighty-two percent of retirees are confident they will have enough money to live comfortably throughout retirement.
Super Bowl LIII is just days away. For some players, it will be the pinnacle of their professional football careers. But after the glory and glamour of the NFL spotlight are past, these former athletes face a major challenge: What…
By Richard Eisenberg
As more baby boomers retire, companies are losing their valuable institutional knowledge because they don't have plans in place to transfer that information to younger employees.
By Philip Moeller
The ideal retirement plan is to have enough guaranteed money coming in every month to pay for necessary expenses such as housing and food, writes Phil Moeller.
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