9% expect to wait to 70 for Social Security
By ADAM ALLINGTON
Full benefits begin at 65 or 66 for those born between 1943 and 1954. You can begin collecting at age 62, but with benefits reduced by up to 30%.
Airfares are cheap but get ‘em while you can
By DAVID KOENIG
Enjoy lower airfares while you can. Airlines are taking steps to push prices higher by next year.
KPLU raises $7M to buy radio station
Paul Allen gives KEXP $500K for new home
Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen has donated $500,000 toward Seattle public radio station KEXP to help it pay for its new home at Seattle Center.
Yakima engineer sues over age bias
High court upholds ruling voiding tax initiative
By RACHEL LA CORTE
If the measure had been enacted and if the sales tax cut had taken effect, it would have slashed state revenue by $8 billion through the middle of 2021.
Feds spending billions to run old computers
By RICARDO ALONSO-ZALDIVAR
The Defense Department system to send and receive emergency messages to nuclear forces runs on a 1970s IBM computing platform, and uses floppy disks.
After big gains, Dow moves lower
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