We get $2,470 a month from Social Security and want a warm, friendly city near the ocean. Where should we retire?

Have a question about retirement, including where to retire? Email chill@marketwatch.com for suggestions.

By Catey Hill | Market Watch

Bridges connecting Punta Gorda and Port Charlotte.
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Dear Catey,

I am 67 and retired, my wife is 64 and retired. Both of us are in pretty good health, but my wife has some COPD issues that a warmer, healthier climate could definitely improve.… Read more

The long-awaited teaser trailer for Zack Snyder’s ‘Justice League’ is here and it makes the movie look even better

by kacuna@insider.com (Kirsten Acuna) | INSIDER

We’ll see more of Henry Cavill’s Superman in Zack Snyder’s “Justice League.”HBOMax/DC
  • After years of waiting, fans are finally going to see director Zack Snyder’s original vision for “Justice League.”
  • On Saturday, Snyder debuted the official teaser trailer for the film at the virtual DC FanDome event with a lot of new footage.
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Rise of the Machines: AI Algorithm Beats F-16 Pilot in Dogfight

by Oriana Pawlyk | Military.com

Move over, Watson.

An artificial intelligence algorithm this month beat a human fighter pilot during a simulated dogfight, DARPA officials revealed. This human-machine showdown comes as the military puts more of its pilots in a digital cockpit, rather than a physical one, for qualifications and training.… Read more

Elizabeth Hurley, 55, stuns on the beach in khaki-green bikini

by Megan Johnson | Yahoo Celebrity

Elizabeth Hurley is known for modeling her own swimwear line. (Photo: Efren Landaos/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images)

Elizabeth Hurley showed off her legendary curves in another bikini photo.

On Friday, the 55-year-old actress headed to an unspecified beach location dressed in a sage-green string bikini with gold chain details and a hot pink robe from her namesake beachwear collection.… Read more

A massive 164-feet deep crater suddenly opened up on Siberia’s Arctic tundra and it could be the result of an explosion triggered by climate change, scientists say

by sankel@businessinsider.com (Sophia Ankel) | INSIDER

A general view taken on August 25, 2014 shows a crater on the Yamal Peninsula, northern Siberia.VASILY BOGOYAVLENSKY/AFP via Getty Images
  • A colossal, 164-feet deep crater which has suddenly opened up on Siberia’s Arctic tundra could be the result of a climate change-induced explosion, scientists say.
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