Frank Witsil Detroit Free Press Published 10:11 AM EST Jan 28, 2019 At 42, Bill Norona moved in with his son, a millennial. Norona said they decided to become housemates, sharing a two-bedroom apartment in Wyandotte, because it was financially beneficial for both of them. It was not something he ever thought would happen. "It was a lot of change and stress on both of us," said Norona, a GM autoworker. "He's a 22-year-old grown man, soon to be 23. It makes things a little awkward. But, I was helping him out and he's definitely helping me out." By several economic measures, the past few years have been a time of great prosperity. Yet, for many Americans, like Norona, that distinction has offered little comfort as they face layoffs, furloughs — and struggle just to get by. Despite the economic boom, middle-class American workers are still trying to make ends meet. They worry about their future: their jobs, health … [Read more...] about Economy is booming, but American workers still struggling
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Viet Nam News Golf OS ANGELES — World No 1 Justin Rose added to his impressive hardware collection on Sunday, shooting a three-under par 69 to win the Farmers Insurance Open by two strokes. England’s Rose captured his 10th US PGA Tour title as he held off a hard-charging Adam Scott down the stretch and secured the victory with a 21-under par total of 267. Australia’s Scott closed with four straight birdies in his four-under par 68 on the Torrey Pines South Course in La Jolla, California. "I haven’t won in January since about 2002, so this feels great," said the 2013 US Open champion Rose. The 38-year-old Rose, leading by three to start the day, got off to a rough and tumble start with three bogeys in his first five holes, but got back on track with a birdie on the par-four seventh. He made back-to-back birdies around the turn and then held on for the win with his sixth and final birdie of the day on 18. Rose, who surpassed $50 million in PGA … [Read more...] about Top ranked Rose holds off Scott to win Farmers Insurance Open
By Marcy de Luna Published 10:52 am CST, Thursday, January 24, 2019 The liability insurance policy for the University of Texas at Austin’s beloved mascot, Bevo XV, is reportedly covers seven-figures. (AP Photo/Butch Dill) >>> Click through to see more on the University of Texas at Austin’s mascot. less The liability insurance policy for the University of Texas at Austin’s beloved mascot, Bevo XV, is reportedly covers seven-figures. (AP Photo/Butch Dill) >>> Click through to see more on the ... more Photo: Butch Dill, FRE / Associated Press Photo: Butch Dill, FRE / Associated Press Image 1 of / 60 Caption Close Image 1 of 60 The liability insurance policy for the University of Texas at Austin’s beloved mascot, Bevo XV, is reportedly … [Read more...] about University of Texas says mascot Bevo here to stay, despite insurance policy as big as his horns
Vietnam’s tourism and people in general suffered shocking news at the end of 2018 as a roadside bomb detonated near a bus as it crossed Al-Haram district, close to the well-known pyramids in Giza. The explosion killed three Vietnamese people and their Egyptian guide, while another 12 inflicted severe injuries. Shortly after the incident, Saigontourist Travel Service Company, the agency operating the Egypt tour, immediately worked with Bao Viet Insurance Corporation on the insurance benefits of the tourists. As announced by Bao Viet, those killed in the bomb attack will receive the maximum life insurance coverage amount of VND2.4 billion ($104,350), while the company will also support expenditure to complete procedures to take the bodies of the three victims home and organise funeral services. For the injured people receiving treatment in the North African country, the company will continue working with Egyptian hospitals to return them home as soon as possible. Each will be … [Read more...] about Travel insurance – the globetrotters’ amulet
Whether you’re hauling a cement mixer, a three-horse trailer, or a sparkling new speedboat, you won’t find a more useful tool than a pickup truck. Full-size trucks are the best-selling vehicles in America, partly because of the many Americans who work hard at jobs that require sweat and muscle rather than pixels and taps, and partly because Americans love to play hard. Or at least look like they do. Right now, there are plenty of terrific choices when it comes to big pickup trucks. The best models come from the traditional Big Three American companies, such as the popular Ford F-150 and redesigned Ram 1500, with Japanese companies trailing the leaders with the Nissan Titan and Toyota Tundra. Truck drivers are a notoriously loyal lot. They tend to choose a brand and stick with it, despite the lure of newfangled aluminum this and hybrid that. Chevrolet is counting on people who love the bowtie-brand to ensure the all-new 2019 Silverado 1500’s success, while angling to … [Read more...] about Ratings and Review: The 2019 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 is a great truck. But is it the best truck?