In a defiant and almost hostile announcement at the beginning of MSNBC's Hardball, Chris Matthews announced it will be his last day at MSNBC.
At the top of Hardball, Chris Matthews announced his immediate retirement and expressed regrets for statements he made which were the subject of sexual harassment allegations.
Trend Micro CEO Donald Luskin first shamed people who have to work into their retirement years by calling them "naughty spenders" before scolding those forced to work two jobs past retirement age to make ends meet.
Marietta, GA has grown very attached to a particular mailman, Floyd Martin, who is about to retire. They showed him how much, and the Atlanta Journal Constitution followed him along.
What's going on here? Is McConnell up to the task of running for re-election in 2020?
The only person between the Republicans and Roe v. Wade is leaving.
He may be leaving as Speaker of the House, but he will not rest until he sees Baby Boomers die penniless and hungry.
It's not enough, Trey. You should apologize to America, starting with Hillary Rodham Clinton.
Ninety-four percent of us pay into Social Security from every paycheck we receive. A few of us stop paying into Social Security in the first few working hours of the year.
The talking heads on Fox want you to believe millennials are all just a bunch of lazy moochers because they want access to a decent education, adequate health care and jobs that pay a living wage. The nerve of them!
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