NewsWatch: A revolutionary ‘gray army’ of older workers is fighting our youth-obsessed culture — and we’ll all benefit if they win

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The war against ageism will create career opportunities and a better work-life balance. See full story.

I’m 60 and lost my job due to COVID-19. My husband makes $ 150K. We saved $ 1.3 million. Do I resign myself to early retirement?

‘We have a good relationship, but I’m afraid of being dependent on someone, even if it’s my husband.’ See full story.

Dow modestly lower ahead of testimony from Yellen and Powell

Stocks trade mostly lower in choppy trade ahead of the first of two days of testimony from Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell and Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen on the state of the government’s efforts to limit the economic damage from the COVID-19 pandemic. See full story.

It’s a ‘question of time’ before another virus jumps from animal to human, says co-inventor of flu treatment Tamiflu. Preventative therapies are needed.

Nobert Bischofberger helped discover Tamiflu, a well-known antiviral flu treatment. Here’s why he thinks the U.S. hasn’t put enough emphasis on preventative COVID-19 therapies. See full story.

U.S. health agency says AstraZeneca may have included ‘outdated information’ when it released COVID-19 vaccine trial data

AstraZeneca may have provided an “incomplete view of efficacy data” in trial results, NIAID said. See full story.


‘Oftentimes, Blacks and Latinos hit the worst of a crisis after the crisis is supposedly over.’ See full story.