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  1. The golden years aren’t shining all that bright for some boomers, many of whom don’t have enough money saved for retirement.

    It’s an even bigger problem for women, who don’t have the savings that men do, according to a report that the US Census Bureau released last week. About 50% of women ages 55 to 66 have no personal retirement savings, compared to 47% of men, the researchers found.

    The report also said that marriage has a big impact on how much one can save. In their assessment, the researchers found that about 35% of people who were married at least once have no retirement savings, compared to 60% of people who were never married. Both men and women who have been married experience long-term savings benefits.

  2. A recent traffic stop in Leeds, Alabama, resulted in a seizure of about 953 pounds of marijuana.

    Referring to the haul, Police Chief Paul Irwin said that “making a large drug seizure makes a difference in the community and our entire country.” I don’t know the politically correct way to say this so please, forgive my colloquialism. That’s cap.

    The men were from California and said that they intended to drive to North Carolina, Florida, and/or Georgia. But even if they had plans to get it booming in Birmingham so a bunch of soccer moms can bump this before their anti-CRT meetings, so what? Can we legalize weed federally already?!

    Even if Alabama just decides to legalize it at the state level, the money they’d make through taxing it would be more legitimate than bankrolling police with crappy traffic stops.

  3. Counts Dropped, Sentencing Delayed, Out Free: White Privilege At Work For Elizabeth Holmes?

    The downfall of fraudulent blood testing company Theranos and its founder Elizabeth Holmes captivated a lot of people. Even when Holmes was hailed as the world’s youngest female self-made billionaire, for anyone who knew a bit about biotech, it seemed hard to believe that someone who dropped out of college during her sophomore year could be technically adept enough to revolutionize the blood testing industry.

    That’s why Holmes specifically targeted influential but biomedically ignorant people to become her investors and board members. They couldn’t see her fraud for what it was.

    She might still be getting away with it today if not for the intrepid reporting of John Carreyrou, who brought the whole thing to light. If you haven’t yet read Carreyrou’s book Bad Blood: Secrets and Lies in a Silicon Valley Startup, I’d recommend it. The text is full of surprising and entertaining details that even the biggest news junkies won’t have gotten from the Holmes trial coverage.

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