I retired at 50, went back to work at 53, and then a medical issue left me jobless: ‘There’s no such thing as a safe amount of [retirement] money’


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chicagotribune.com—Op-ed: Billing insurance for rape kits isn’t just a money issue. It’s a safety issue for survivors.. There is something very easy that we can do to directly help people who will likely suffer from domestic violence and abuse. We can make sure that Illinois joins the 42 other states that allow victims/survivors to opt out of billing their private insurance for medical forensic exams.

www.chicagotribune.com—5 things we learned from the Chicago Bulls’ back-to-back buzzer-beating wins, including DeMar DeRozan’s ability to go off book and learning how to win ugly. DeMar DeRozan transformed a pair of otherwise forgettable games into an unprecedented feat in NBA history. Despite difficulties throughout the opening quarters, both games offered a glimpse at how the Chicago Bulls can continue to compete at the top of the Eastern Conference.

the Guardian—Outsider from the right backed by Hungary’s left to beat Orbán. Six opposition parties have united behind Péter Márki-Zay for crucial spring vote When Hungarian opposition leader Péter Márki-Zay was in Brussels at the end of last year, he visited the street where an MEP from prime minister Viktor Orbán’s ruling party, Fidesz, had fled down a drainpipe to evade a police raid on a “gay orgy” that broke lockdown rules. The MEP, who later resigned, had been an architect of a clause in Hungary’s constitution defining marriage as a heterosexual institution. The...