Wednesday, January 1, 2014

First weather forecast for a super-Earth revealed | The Space Reporter

First weather forecast for a super-Earth revealed | The Space Reporter

Millions Gaining Health Coverage Under Law - NYTimes.com

Millions Gaining Health Coverage Under Law - NYTimes.com: Millions Gaining Health Coverage Under Law

2013, by the Numbers - Video - NYTimes.com

2013, by the Numbers - Video - NYTimes.com

100 Glorious Years of the Rose Bowl - NYTimes.com

100 Glorious Years of the Rose Bowl - NYTimes.com: When Stanford and Michigan State meet on the field on New Year’s Day, they will become a part of the Rose Bowl’s storied history, playing in the 100th Tournament of Roses game. A look back at the pageantry in Pasadena and the grandeur of the granddaddy of them all.

Video: Where to Live and Retire for Low-Cost Living and Saving Money in the U.S. - AARP

Video: Where to Live and Retire for Low-Cost Living and Saving Money in the U.S. - AARP: Want to retire on $30,000 a year? Or just want to know you could if you had to? We found the 10 most livable, low-cost cities in the U.S. — places where you can retire in comfort no matter how big (or small) your savings account.

Nightly News: Pot Sales to Bring Colorado Millions in Revenue

Nightly News: Pot Sales to Bring Colorado Millions in Revenue: Colorado is preparing to make history as it becomes the first state to sell recreational marijuana – but the change is not without controversy. NBC’s Gabe Gutierrez reports.

10 retirement resolutions to set for 2014

From USA TODAY 10 retirement resolutions to set for 2014 Things have been good this year. The stock market has had an incredible run. The economy and housing are starting to turn around. And we have all saved enough money to live an incredible lifestyle in retirement. Well, two out of three ain't bad. Most of us have not saved enough for retirement. I've doled out dozens of tips for retirement and common mistakes in 2013. So, as we head into the new year I'd like to remind you of some of the most important. 1. If you haven't already, start thinking about retirement and retirement planning — especially if you've turned 50. "Spend more time on retirement planning and invest more dollars for retirement," says Maclyn Clouse, professor of finance at the University of Denver's Daniels College of Business. "Do not rely only on Social Security. As Congress and the president look for ways to reduce our budget deficits, it is likely that we will see cut backs in payments to future Social Security recipients. It is also likely that the age at which you can begin to receive payments will be increased." http://usat.ly/KiUyFl Get USA TODAY on your mobile device: http://www.usatoday.com/mobile-apps