Retired astronaut Buzz Aldrin marries ‘longtime love’ on his 93rd birthday

Retired astronaut Buzz Aldrin marries ‘longtime love’ on his 93rd birthday

CNN β€” Their marriage was to be out of this world. Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin, who became the second person to ever set foot on the moon in 1969, after teammate Neil Armstrong, married his “longtime love” on his 93rd birthday on Friday. The former astronaut announced his nuptials on Twitter. β€œOn my 93rd birthday and … Read more

Google employees scramble for answers after long layoffs

Google employees scramble for answers after long layoffs

Google employees are scrambling for answers from management and co-workers as the company undergoes a massive layoff. Friday, AlphabetGoogle, owned by Google, announced the cut of 12,000 employees, or about 6% of the full-time workforce. As employees prepared for a possible layoff, they questioned management about the criteria for layoff, which surprised some employees, who … Read more

Baby attacked by alleged ‘killer nurse’ Lucy Letby has recovered after being transferred to a new hospital

Baby attacked by alleged ‘killer nurse’ Lucy Letby has recovered after being transferred to a new hospital

MANCHESTER, England β€” A baby who was allegedly attacked by nurse Lucy Letby has recovered “by leaps and bounds” after being moved to a new hospital, a jury has heard. Prosecutors accuse Letby of twice attempting to kill the child, known as Baby H, in the neonatal unit at the Countess of Chester Hospital. The … Read more

Smart eating is a better recipe for your health

Smart eating is a better recipe for your health

If you want to lose weight and be healthier, dieting may not be the best strategy. Making gradual changes to what you eat may yield better long-term results. If you need structure to be successful, a dietitian or food program might be beneficial to get you started. Whether you made a New Year’s resolution or … Read more

Retirees are not reaching the retirement income replacement rate

Retirees are not reaching the retirement income replacement rate

Mstudioimages | E+ | Getty Images To maintain your standard of living in retirement, the general rule is that you must be able to replace at least 70% of the income you had while you were working. But many retirees are not meeting that retirement income goal, according to research by Goldman Sachs Asset Management. … Read more