Is This Thing On? How to Navigate Google Maps on Your Smartphone

Whether you want to find your way to your granddaughter’s ballet class or finally drive cross country, it’s time for you to learn to use the free GPS app on your smartphone or tablet.

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The Birth of the Jack-o’-Lantern

Have you ever wondered how the practice of turning a pumpkin into a scary jack-o’-lantern started? Here’s the story:

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Is This Thing On? How to Be Safe with Facebook

As I type this, there are more than 1.3 billion Facebook users and counting. 1.3 billion! That is more than four times the population of the United States.

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Social Security News: ‘Wounded Warriors’ Site Supports Veterans

Supporting veterans and active-duty members of the military is a key part of Social Security’s mission. Our disability program has helped countless wounded warriors and their loved ones.

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From the Office of Aging: New Medicare Card Design Coming in 2018

Recently, the federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services revealed its new Medicare card design, which will remove Social Security numbers in an effort to combat identity theft and strengthen fraud protections.

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Donation Options for Nonprofit Giving

Interested in making a donation to a nonprofit? The following are the four primary methods donors use to support causes they value while adding meaning and purpose to their own legacies.

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Wartime Vets, Surviving Spouses May Qualify for A&A Benefit

For many aging or disabled veterans who need help with activities of daily living, finding the funds to pay for the care they need is a common concern.

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How to Grow Social Security Benefits Beyond Retirement Age

For more and more Americans, reaching retirement age no longer means the end of an active working life. Many people are choosing to work past the age of 65, according to the Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics.

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