These US cities have the most seniors age 65 and over working

The trend of Baby Boomers postponing retirement Barron’s Associate Publisher Jack Otter on the economic impact from Baby Boomers working longer. A recent analysis determined the 10 American cities where most people age 65 and older are working. Continue Reading Below The study by Provision Living determined its findings by reviewing data from the Census Bureau. In particular, cities with a population of […]

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Hong Kong’s Moment of Reckoning

Hong Kong is facing an existential threat. A vast protest on Sunday reflects the culmination of angst over changes that are undermining the foundations of the Chinese city’s economic prosperity and its distinct identity. How the impasse is resolved has implications not only for this former British colony and global financial center, but for the future of relations between China and […]

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Washington Scores Top 5 Ranking in Best U.S. City Survey

In this article Ahead of the 2020 presidential election, Washington has more than just politics to boast about. It also shot up a recent rankings list of the best cities in America. New York is No. 1, again. Chicago, Los Angeles, and San Francisco round out the top four, all same as last year. But the surprise was that the […]

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India Rescuers Search for Missing Climbers on Himalayan Peak

In this article Lucknow, India (AP) — Rescuers on Sunday searched for eight mostly foreign mountaineers who went missing while attempting to scale India’s second-highest mountain, an official said. The team, led by British climber Martin Moran, began its ascent May 13 to summit up a previously unclimbed peak on Nanda Devi East at 6,477 meters (21,250 feet), according to […]

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Cruise Ship Plows Into Tourist Boat in Venice

Venice, Italy (AP) — A towering, out-of-control cruise ship rammed into a dock and a tourist river boat on a busy Venice canal on Sunday morning. Italian media reported that at least five people were injured in the crash. The collision happened about 8:30 a.m. on the Giudecca Canal, a major thoroughfare that leads to Saint Mark’s Square in the […]

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Sweetgreen Will Once Again Accept Cash

Starting in December 2016, fast-casual salad chain Sweetgreen stopped accepting cash at restaurants across the U.S. The move was immediately controversial, but it took more than two years for the company to reverse the decision. On Thursday, the company announced that its six Philadelphia locations will accept old-fashioned paper currency, beginning July 1.  By year end, all 94 current Sweetgreen locations will accept cash. […]

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How China Is Defending Its Detention of Muslims to the World

At the Shu Le County Education Center, a sprawling three-story complex in China’s far west region of Xinjiang, the dormitories feature bars on windows and doors that only lock from the outside. Inside are hundreds of minority Muslim Uighurs who have no way of leaving without an official escort, even though Chinese officials who took a group of foreign journalists […]

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Sarah Sanders Says Moving Migrants to Sanctuary Cities Under Review

President Donald Trump is serious about relocating migrants in sanctuary cities, and while it’s not the administration’s first choice, it’s being reviewed and would help relieve the burden of migrants flooding border cities, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said. “The president likes the idea, and Democrats have said they want these individuals into their communities, so let’s see […]

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