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Zlatan Ibrahimovic scores and assists in thrilling Milan derby as Inter come from two goals down to win

Zlatan Ibrahimovic scores and assists in thrilling Milan derby as Inter come from two goals down to win

Sports
Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored and assisted in a memorable Milan derby on Sunday evening.The 38-year-old laid one on a plate for Ante Rebic with a clever header which allowed the winger to tap into an empty net on 40 minutes. AFP or licensors Zlatan Ibrahimovic has scored three goals in six games since returning to AC Milan Ibrahimovic then doubled his side’s lead with a poacher’s finish at the far post from a corner just before half-time. Despite his starring role, Ibrahimovic and AC Milan somehow ended up losing 4-2. 🔴⚫ ZLATAN MAKES IT 2-0! 😮 AC Milan strike again just before half time, and Ibrahimović's header adds to Padelli's first half to forget 🔵⚫ Conte's Inter have a lot to figure out at the break pic.twitter.com/8aQm1yp3Rr — Premier Sports 📺 (@Premie
Super Bowl MVP Patrick Mahomes makes Disney World dream come true

Super Bowl MVP Patrick Mahomes makes Disney World dream come true

Sports
Feb. 4 (UPI) -- Kansas City Chiefs star Patrick Mahomes made one of his dreams come true by visiting Disney World after his team beat the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl LIV. Mahomes made the trip from Miami to Orlando, Fla., Monday to visit the famed Magic Kingdom Park, which hosts Super Bowl champions every year. Mickey and Minnie Mouse shared the stage with Mahomes when he received his Super Bowl MVP award from NFL commissioner Roger Goodell Monday morning at Hilton Miami Downtown Hotel. Mahomes then flew north to fulfill a teenage dream. Mahomes sent a tweet Feb. 6, 2013, saying he "bet it feels amazing" to be the quarterback who says "I'm going to Disney World" after winning the Super Bowl. He was a 17-year-old quarterback at Whitehouse High School in Whitehouse, Texas, when he se...
Here’s where younger generations expect their retirement income to come from

Here’s where younger generations expect their retirement income to come from

Finance
Hero Images | Hero Images | Getty ImagesMany Americans believe they will live longer than their parents.For younger generations, that has led to a big concern: how they will provide financially for those extended years.That's according to a new online poll from the Longevity Project and Morning Consult, which surveyed 2,200 U.S. adults in December.Of the individuals polled, 63% said they expect their lives to be longer than their parents'. That rate was even higher for members of Gen Z, those ages 18 to 22, with 70% indicating they expect to live longer.More from Personal Finance:Here's how to pay down debt and set yourself up for successThis online tool helps figure out how much cash you needHere's when your tax return could spark interest from the IRSDespite those hopes, many individuals...
China coronavirus: UK tests come back negative

China coronavirus: UK tests come back negative

Health
Tests in the UK on 31 people for the new strain of coronavirus have come back negative, the government has said."There are currently no confirmed cases in the UK or of UK citizens abroad, and the risk to the public is low," the Department of Health said.It came after the Chief Medical Officer for England said there was a "fair chance" the UK would see a case.The coronavirus has killed at least 41 people and infected 1,300 since its discovery in the Chinese city of Wuhan.Health Secretary Matt Hancock said on Friday the risk to the public "remains low".In its daily update on Saturday, the Department of Health added: "The government is monitoring the situation closely and will continue to work with the World Health Organization (WHO...
ACA enrollment figures remain ‘stable,’ but more changes to come

ACA enrollment figures remain ‘stable,’ but more changes to come

Health
Dec. 20 (UPI) -- After a sluggish start due to technical glitches with the healthcare.gov web site, open enrollment for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act actually remained "stable" for the third consecutive year, officials at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services said Friday. The agency also announced a new rule for the federal exchange that will, among other things, change how abortion procedures are covered and billed for starting next year. The open enrollment period for 2020 coverage under the ACA, also known as Obamacare, ended at 11:59 pm EDT on Tuesday with 8.3 million sign-ups, down slightly from the 8.5 million who signed up for 2019 coverage last fall. The open enrollment period was also extended by two days after consumers complained about the web site fo...