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May 28, 1998
Here is the classic American dream: Work hard, raise a family, and then find the resources to retire young and enjoy it.Thanks to a booming economy and record stock market gains, a growing number of men and women have elected to drop out of the Rat Race in favor of the Good Life.But the trend begs some questions: What is it like to retire in your 40s or 50s? How does that affect family relationships? How do you cope with an unstructured life? Is retirement as much fun as the dream?If you are a recent young retiree and would like to share your experience for a newspaper article, please call Sundial at 410-783-1800 and enter code 6150 and leave a message.
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May 4, 2005
NATIONAL Leniency asked for England A defense lawyer for Pfc. Lynndie R. England said at her sentencing hearing yesterday that the young woman who became a symbolic figure in the Abu Ghraib abuse scandal would answer for herself but should not face undue punishment because of the crimes of her fellow soldiers. [Page 3a] BTK suspect pleads not guilty A judge entered a plea of not guilty on behalf of Dennis L. Rader, a former church leader accused of being the BTK killer. Rader declined to speak during his court appearance, and prosecutors said they would seek the "Hard 40" penalty -- meaning Rader could 40 years in prison before being eligible for parole.
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