Guantanamo Bay, Cuba - Charge it. You only live once. Christmas only comes once a year. But it's for the kids.

Washington, DC - December is here and for many Americans that often means craziness.

There is so much to do!

Washington, DC - Ask Rusty - Maximizing benefits and When to Retire: Dear Rusty:  I am looking for advice regarding maximizing social security benefits.   In our case, my husband is 59 and has been on Social Security Disability for about 5 years. I am also 59 and work full time as a nurse. I would like to retire at age 62, but realistically will continue by working part time from 62-65 to keep my insurance benefits and some income. I have a fairly significant amount of money in my 401K that we can live on and delay taking Social Security benefits if need be.  I have worked full time for most of the last 40 years. My maximum Social Security benefit right now at age 70 is $2,791 per month.  What do you suggest would be our ideal strategy?  ~ Working Nurse

Imperial, California - An Arkansas couple, Justin and Jordan Garton, are foodies who are taking their love of pasta to a new level, says the Association of Mature American Citizens. 

New Jersey - They really get into the holiday spirit in New Jersey, according to the Association of Mature American Citizens [AMAC].  A woman bound for home ran out of gas on the Interstate there.  She was short on cash but a homeless man saw she was in trouble and walked to a nearby gas station to purchase fuel with his last $20. 

Washington, DC - Here's some food for thought the day after many of us ate a little too much at our Thanksgiving Day repasts: the Pilgrims were not the first to celebrate the holiday, according to Dan Weber, president of the Association of Mature American Citizens.