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Maybe We Should Retire The Word 'Retire'

The more talk there is of retirement — on TV, in pop-up ads, in news stories — the more you begin to wonder: What is retirement anymore anyway?
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Residents Wait To Return Home After Landslide On Puget Sound Island

More than a dozen people were evacuated in the neighborhood where a large landslide severely damaged one home and threatened 33 others on Whidbey Island, about 50 miles north of Seattle.
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Powerball Winner Owes Thousands In Child Support Payments

This week, Pedro Quezada of New Jersey claimed the fourth-largest Powerball jackpot ever. Now he can pay off his $29,000 child support bill.
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'Arsenal' Found At Newtown Shooter's Home; Read The Police Reports

Just hours after 20 children and six educators were killed in December at Sandy Hook Elementary School, investigators started gathering evidence at gunman Adam Lanza's home.
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Cheap Natural Gas Pumping New Life Into U.S. Factories

Many economists say Americans are witnessing a "manufacturing renaissance," thanks to abundant and reliable energy sources.
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Office Lottery Winners Share With Non-Player

At a Florida real estate agency, employees pooled their cash to buy Powerball tickets. They won a million bucks. Everyone had chipped in except Jennifer Maldonado, who had just started working there and was "watching her pennies." All 12 winners each still gave her part of their $83,000 share.

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