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Get real about retirement: 8 common ways people fool themselves

Today 10:51 GMT

Get real: The stock market’s average annual return is about 10% over the last century, as measured by the S&P 500, a benchmark that includes the 500 largest publicly traded U.S. companies.

You might put faith in a get-rich-quick scheme, fantasize a windfall, or trick yourself into believing that saving will get easier later. Money for retirement won’t magically appear, although thinking it will can be comforting.

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Source: Common Domain

Sears Reshaped America, From Kenmore to Allstate

Today 13:36 GMT

Sears, which merged with rival Kmart in 2005, has struggled through seven years of losses and hundreds of store closures under its billionaire Chief Executive Edward Lampert.

In a last-ditch effort to keep Sears out of bankruptcy, Mr. Lampert earlier this year offered to buy the Kenmore brand for $400 million and proposed a broader restructuring of the company’s $5.5 billion debt load. “The business was eroding so quickly, it felt as if nothing we did could make a difference,” said a Sears executive who left in 2017.

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Source: Fox News

DOJ, Sessions announce Chicago will get additional law enforcement resources, filed opposition to consent decree

Saturday 18:10 GMT

Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Friday revealed that the Justice Department would be giving Chicago law enforcement additional resources to help combat crime and also filed a brief in opposition to a proposal to reform city policing practices.

“The Statement of Interest ‘asks the court not to enter the Proposed Consent Decree but, rather, to allow state and local officials – and Chicago’s brave front-line police officers – to engage in flexible and localized efforts to advance the goal of safe, effective, and constitutional policing in Chicago,” the news release said.


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