- Lifestyle Time
Remember That Guy Who Accidentally Got Invited to a Random Grandma's Thanksgiving in 2016? Here's How They're Still Celebrating the Holiday Together
"Time kind of just flies"
- Politics ABC News
After a more than two-month hiatus from Twitter, President Donald Trump's former national security adviser John Bolton is back on the platform with a cryptic message amid the impeachment probe. Glad to be back on Twitter after more than two months.
- Sports ProFootball Talk on NBC Sports
Regarding Browns defensive end Myles Garrett's claim that Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph uttered a racial slur before last Thursday night's melee, the NFL has said, "We looked into it and found no such evidence." Actually, there is evidence. The evidence comes from the version of the events shared by Garrett. At a time when so [more]
- Lifestyle Bon Appetit
They're easy enough to add on to your menu-no matter how carefully orchestrated (or beautifully improvised) it is. Originally Appeared on Bon Appétit
- Politics Yahoo News Video
During former top national security adviser Fiona Hill's testimony, Hill said "All of us who came here ... felt we had a moral obligation to do so. We came as fact witnesses."
- Business MarketWatch
My wife is 61 and earns $50,000; I’m 65 and earn $400,000 - should she take Social Security next year?
My question is should my wife take her Social Security benefits next year and then get 50% of mine added to hers when I retire? As with many Social Security questions I get, experts say the answer is likely this: wait. Your wife can indeed start collecting Social Security benefits at 62 based on her own work record (as long as she's worked for at least 10 years), and she can claim spousal benefits when you begin collecting your Social Security benefits.