Liz Smith, Grande Dame of Dish’ Gossip Columnist, Dies at 94

Liz Smith, who made the entitlement” grande dame of dish” for extending the rich and acclaimed as a gossip columnist for more than 30 times, has died. She was 94. She died Sunday at her home in Manhattan, the New…

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Diehard Fans Turn Virtual Teen Singer into Japanese Mega-Star

She wears excessively short-lived skirts, boasts blue pigtails to her knees and has the boundless vigor of a mischievous puppy. During her 10 -year career, she’s released more than 100,000 hymns in a variety of speeches and opened proves for…

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Americans Are Retiring Later, Dying Sooner and Sicker In-Between

The U.S. according to the Society of Actuaries. That’s the first year-over-year grow since 2005, and exclusively the second largest rise higher than 1 percent since 1980. University of Michigan economists HwaJung Choi and Robert Schoeni

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Nobel Economist Thaler Says He’s Nervous About Stock Market

A buoyant and complacent stock exchange is annoying Richard H. Thaler, the University of Chicago professor who this week won the Nobel prize winner in economics. ” We seem to be living in the riskiest moment of our lives, and…

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Y.A. Tittle, Who Led Giants to Brink of NFL Glory, Dies at 90

Y.A. Tittle, the strong-armed quarterback who led the New York Giants to the brink of championships in 1961, 1962 and 1963 at the back end of a 17 -season Hall of Fame career, has died. He was 90. Tittle croaked…

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