Jun 19, 2018Focus On Older Voters, Findings Show Economic Anxiety and Concern about Social Security and Health Care
In a newly released AARP-Politico poll, Florida voters age 50 and over do not feel better off financially despite a growing economy. The poll also found that Social Security and health care will...
Jun 18, 2018
AARP's IT department has been recognized as one of the 100 Best Places to Work in IT by IDG's Computerworld for the third consecutive year. Computerworld gives the award to organizations that...
Jun 18, 2018Industry Survey: AARP The Magazine Adds 479,000 Younger Readers Remains America’s #1 Most Read Magazine
WASHINGTON, DC—AARP The Magazine (ATM) has widened its lead as America’s most read print magazine, in large part due to an increase in younger readers, an independent survey of American consumers reveals.
Jun 15, 2018AARP argues that the entire ACA is constitutional and essential for older adults, requests denial of Texas’ request for preliminary injunction.
WASHINGTON, DC—Today, AARP and AARP Foundation have asked the U.S. District Court to accept an amicus brief supporting the constitutionality of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA). The brief explains many ways in which the ACA has greatly benefited older adults and emphasizes the importance of protections for people with preexisting conditions and the limits on charging higher rates based on age (age tax). AARP and AARP Foundation have requested that the court accept the brief in response to the state of Texas’ request for a preliminary injunction to stop implementation of the ACA.
Jun 13, 2018The Third Edition of AARP’s Where We Live: Communities for All Ages Celebrates the “Experienced Class”
WASHINGTON, DC—Creative work from communities across the nation is showcased in the third edition of AARP’s Where We Live: Communities for All Ages series, now available for free. This edition shares more than 100 articles and dozens of photographs on the ways communities throughout the U.S. are becoming great places to live for people of all ages. It also highlights mayors and other community leaders who are making this change happen. All 50 states, the District of Columbia, the U.S. Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico are featured in the book.
Jun 12, 2018
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Tuesday, June 6, 2018 CONTACT: AARP Media Relations, 202-434-2560, firstname.lastname@example.org, @AARPMedia AARP Continues Push for Sound Investment Advice as SEC Files Rules, Begins Field...
- Jun 7, 2018What’s Next: How Your Life May Get Better in the Coming Years
WASHINGTON, DC—Who’d have thought a decade ago that TV shows would stream on your mobile phone, or that your car would park itself? But today’s innovations are nothing compared to what’s...
Jun 5, 2018
Washington, DC — AARP CEO Jo Ann Jenkins made a statement in response to the Social Security and Medicare Trustees’ reports released today: “Social Security and Medicare remain critical to...
- Jun 5, 2018Willie Nelson – An American Icon Interview with the ‘Honest Outlaw’
WASHINGTON, DC—The first in a series of “American Icon” exclusive interviews, Willie Nelson reflects on his life’s trajectory from small-town Texas to the country music mecca of Nashville, the friends he made along the way and his focus on only the essential things in life. With a rich, varied, textured life well-lived and career spanning over 50 years, he is one of the biggest stars in country music. Bob Dylan tells ATM, “I thought he was a genius then, and I think the same thing now.”
- May 31, 2018AARP The Magazine kicks off its “American Icon” series with Willie Nelson, an exclusive on his roots in life, music and the secret of life
LOS ANGELES, CA—The first in a series of “American Icon” exclusive interviews, Willie Nelson reflects on his life’s trajectory from small-town Texas to the country music mecca of Nashville, the friends he made along the way and his focus on only the essential things in life. With a rich, varied, textured life well-lived and career spanning over 50 years, he is one of the biggest stars in country music. The outspoken musical legend has also endured his share of heartache, from the tragic death of a son to three failed marriages. Even with a 32 million dollar IRS tax bill and drug busts weighing him down, he pulled himself up by the bootstraps and carried on.