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Rep. Joe Heck announces Nevada Senate run

Republican Rep. Joe Heck (R-Nev.) on Monday announced that he will run to fill the seat being vacated by retiring Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (D), setting up a competitive 2016 race in a key battleground state for control of the Senate. Heck announced his candidacy in a biographical video released online that emphasized his […]

Do Buddhist teachers retire?

Nine years ago Thich Nhat Hanh was asked, “You will be 80 this year. Do you plan to retire as a spiritual teacher at any point?” This is the answer...

5 Money Moves That Build A Retirement

It's easy to understand how a retirement is built — steady saving, prudent investments and time. But so many of us fail at it because we get stuck trying to make just the first moves. As the saying goes, "A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step" and that's true. [...]

Coach K promises he has no plans to retire anytime soon

He’s fresh off of winning his fifth national title, so don’t expect Coach Krzyzewski to be hanging it up anytime soon. (...)

Retiring in Your 40s with Harry Sit

If you want to make wise decisions about your money, then you don’t necessarily want to rely on conventional wisdom. Just ask Harry Sit of The Finance Buff, who is poised for retirement in his 40s. “One piece of conventional wisdom I steer clear of is that nickeling and diming on small expenses as the key to save […]

G.O.P. Sees Opportunity in Harry Reid’s Nevada Senate Seat

Representative Joe Heck will look to flip the seat in Nevada to the Republican side when Senator Harry Reid, the minority leader, retires next year after his fifth term.

7 questions to ask yourself before deciding to retire

Considering retirement? Ask yourself these seven questions to help you determine when to retire and if you're ready

Using The Grexit For Retirement Income: European Dividend Stocks To Watch During The Crisis

Retirees looking to increase income during the Grexit may find value in these well-known European dividend stocks

Michael Linnington; DPAA chief wants closer ties to private groups

The Military Times reports that Michael Linnington, a recently retired Army Lieutenant General who took over the new Defense POW-MIA Accounting Agency DPAA sees value in his agency partnering with non-government agencies and private groups who are searching for missing military personnel like his agency is supposed to find. That makes sense, since they’ve been […]

Ann Thornton: Collaboration, Expansion, and Library Cred

Ann Thornton was appointed as the new university librarian and vice provost of Columbia University in May, replacing university librarian emeritus James Neal upon his retirement. Thornton has a long history with prominent New York City libraries, having previously served for nearly two decades at the New York Public Library (NYPL). Show More Summary

The Dog that Did Not Bark: A Nuclear Power Story

A memorable Sherlock Holmes story involves "the curious incident of the dog" that did not bark when expected, and a much more contemporary California version involves calm in the aftermath of a sudden 2013 retirement for two giant nuclear power plants. read more

John James Lavoie; revisiting the phony Marine

Last month we talked about John James Lavoie, the retired Marine Master Sergeant who claimed to have some valor medals from Vietnam and some schooling that didn’t appear on his FOIA, as you can see in the picture above. So, unsurprisingly, Lavoie has started pushing back against his detractors. He has presented the media with […]

Twenty-five Years of Drawn & Quarterly: Debbie Drechsler

Twenty-five years ago, Chris Oliveros, a Montreal-based cartoonist, launched the micro-publishing company Drawn & Quarterly. Over the years, D+Q, as it’s known, grew into a major force. Oliveros has announced that he is retiring soon, but his imprint continues—now headed by his long-time second-in-command, Peggy Burns, and by Tom Devlin. Show More Summary

Swanning Around

And now for something completely different — and completely wonderful. Today, I begin my series on Julie Kent, the great ballerina, who retired last month (after the longest career anyone has ever had with the American Ballet Theatre ). Show More Summary

STEMFORCE: Building the next generation of geoscientists

The ever-growing age gap within the oil and gas industry workforce is a phenomenon that companies are all too aware of. It is projected that within five to seven years, roughly 50 percent of the industry’s workforce will be retired. STEMFORCE, funded in part by Drillinginfo and founded by the [...]

Gennady Golovkin vs. Carl Froch: Latest News, Rumors, Comments on Possible Fight

Carl Froch has been presented with the option of fighting Gennady Golovkin in his next —and possibly final — bout before retiring from boxing. Continue for updates. Froch Challenged to Golovkin Fight, Hints Negotiations Are Out of His...Show More Summary

Skelos’ brother to join former law firm of Senate successor

6 hours agoNews : NY Daily News

Nassau County state Appellate Court Judge Peter Skelos is retiring and will join Forchelli, Curto, Deegan, Schwartz, Mineo & Terrana.

Chris Borland says money was never a factor in retirement call

Former 49ers linebacker Chris Borland has been widely supported for his decision to walk away from the NFL after a year because of long-term health concerns. But when he talks to people, he hears a common refrain, wondering how he could step away fro NFL paychecks. “That has been the biggest surprise for me,” Borland…

Do, Or Do Not: Hewitt and Kokkinakis Use The Force At Wimbledon

Retiring Aussie veteran Lleyton Hewitt is serving up some Jedi-style mastery with teenage apprentice Thanasi Kokkinakis at Wimbledon this year. __ After two epic come-from-behind five-set wins in the gentlemen’s doubles at WimbledonShow More Summary

Martin St. Louis Retires

This retirement caught us a little by surprise. Coveted hockey Free Agent, Martin St. Louis has announced that he is retiring from the game after seventeen seasons. The question we now always ask is has he done enough to enter the Hockey Hall of Fame? St. Show More Summary

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