The Best (And Worst) States for Older Americans, Ranked

The retirement-age population in the United States is projected to nearly double between 2018 and 2060. For many Americans entering their golden years, living somewhere that is warm — or perhaps closer to family — is a top priority. While preferences like these are by no means trivial, there are parts of the country where conditions for older Americans are […]

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Barr Taps Official to Receive Ukraine Tips From Giuliani, Others

Attorney General William Barr’s Justice Department designated a U.S. attorney’s office in New York state to coordinate and handle investigations and material related to Ukraine, including receiving information from President Donald Trump’s personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani. The department assigned Richard Donoghue, U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of New York, to be its point person for handling and sorting Ukraine-related […]

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Trump Offers Clemency to Financier Milken, Blagojevich, Kerik

President Donald Trump announced a set of clemencies and pardons on Tuesday, including for former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich who was convicted of public corruption and for financier Michael Milken who was convicted of securities fraud. The commutation of the 14-year prison sentence of former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich brought a surprising end to one of the highest-profile public corruption […]

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DNA kits may share personal data after death

DNA-testing company reportedly sharing data with FBI Fox News senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano on the potential fallout from reports DNA-testing company Family TreeDNA will share data with the FBI in an effort to solve crimes. DNA-sampling kits that can trace an individual's ancestry became increasingly popular between 2017 and 2018, but now experts are concerned about DNA storage and use […]

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Trump Threatens Lawsuits Over Mueller, Calls for New Stone Trial

Donald Trump is threatening to sue “everyone” related to former Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation, as he continues to try to derail the sentencing of his friend and one-time adviser Roger Stone. In a series of tweets Tuesday, the president called the Mueller probe a “scam” and floated the notion of filing lawsuits. “Everything having to do with this fraudulent […]

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Kickstarter employees become first at tech company to fully unionize

Sen. Bernie Sanders would ‘wipe away’ health care for unions, Americans The Heritage Foundation’s Joel Griffith says it’s not surprising Nevada’s Culinary Union is choosing to not endorse any Democratic candidate in the 2020 presidential race. Employees at crowdfunding site Kickstarter became the first at a major tech company to fully unionize on Tuesday, Kickstarter United announced. Continue Reading Below "#KickstarterUnited has now […]

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Sanders ‘a bigger threat’ to the stock market and economy than coronavirus, Wall Street billionaire Cooperman says

That’s Leon Cooperman, billionaire chairman and CEO of Omega Advisors, explaining his view that the Vermont Senator may be a bigger threat than the viral outbreak that originated in Wuhan, China and has claimed more than 1,800 lives since the start of the 2020. Speaking on CNBC on Tuesday, the outspoken billionaire Cooperman said that he viewed the infectious disease, […]

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Kickstarter Workers Vote To Unionize

Organized labor secured a much-needed toehold in the tech world Tuesday after workers at the online fundraising platform Kickstarter narrowly voted to unionize. The long and public organizing battle at the company ultimately paid off for pro-union employees, with 46 voting in favor of joining the Office of Professional Employees International Union and 37 voting against. Barring any legal challenges […]

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