Thursday, 30 July 2020 Highlights of this day in history: Ex-Teamsters leader Jimmy Hoffa disappears; Medicare and Medicaid signed into law; A blast rocks Black Tom Island; The USS Indianapolis sunk; Henry Ford and Arnold Schwarzenegger born. (July 30)
This Day in History: NASA Is Created July 29, 1958 The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) was created as a means of keeping up with the space program of the former Soviet Union. The Soviet launch of the Sputnik satellites had surprised and embarrassed the United States. Americans...
If life in the US is just getting a bit too much, retiring abroad can be a viable option. However, as Medicare isn't available overseas, it's critical to investigate the quality, variety, affordability, and availability of health care in your chosen location. Also, Business Insider reports it's best to first rent a home, not buy it. After all, you may love the city you're in, but a particular neighborhood might not work as well.
A recent ad claims that President Donald Trump would cut Social Security and Medicare payments. We did some fact-checking on it for our “Truth Be Told” series and found the future of entitlements is a lot more complicated than this 30-second commercial would lead you to believe.
The Rock has been crafted from an oak tree. Talented sculptor James O'Neal has painstakingly fashioned Dwayne Johnson from wood. The life-like sculpture was carved from a single piece of a red oak log. It stands 8' 3" tall, weights 428 pounds, and took just over 6 months to complete. James, from Bridgeton, New Jersey, has previously crafted homages including Sylvester Stallone's Rocky character, as well as the Austrian oak himself: Arnold Schwarzenegger. He tells Cover Images (COVER-IMAGES.COM): “I have not heard if Dwayne has seen it yet, but I did hear that he was told about it last week, so hopefully he will reach out. It is my ninth full size statue."
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Parents today don't have the same dreams for their children as previous generations since three in five (59%) don't want to see their kid end up in an office all day, according to new research. Three..