The new law takes effect Jan. 1 and changes some rules about retirement savings
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The mid- to late-’60s marked the heyday for Corvette performance, and this fully restored, numbers-matching 1967 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible is like taking a time machine back to see one of these cars brand new.… Continues
23-year-old musician, composer and multi-instrumentalist Jacob Collier explains the concept of harmony to 5 different people; a child, a teen, a college student, a professional, and jazz legend Herbie Hancock.
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The former princess of Luxembourg, Tessy Antony, says that she once had to defend herself from a fellow military officer who tried to sexually assault her.
Antony, who joined the Luxembourg Army at age 18, recalled the incident on Paola Diana’s podcast, Unleashed: The Game Changers.… Continues
Last year, China upped the ante against Taiwan and used an array of measures to try to bring its government to heel. It boycotted a prestigious film festival in Taiwan, enticed more countries to break diplomatic ties with Taipei, and once again restricted the number of visitors from the mainland.… Continues
By Sam Aung Moon | Reuters
MYITKYINA, Myanmar (Reuters) – The streets of Myanmar’s capital Naypyitaw were festooned with banners celebrating 70 years of Myanmar-China relations ahead of the arrival of President Xi Jinping on Friday for his first visit to the Southeast Asian nation as China’s leader.… Continues
By Jacob Shelton
During the Vietnam War Bob Hope gave back to the American troops in the only way he knew how – by putting on a show. Throughout the war he hosted a ton of shows for the USO, bringing them to bases across Asia, often thrusting himself and the cavalcade of stars into dangerous areas that were under constant threat of attack.… Continues