- Apr 28, 2022Insider Secrets from AARP Bulletin! How to Get Around Today’s Shortage of Workers and Supplies to Get the Work You Need DoneAlso in the May issue: An Investigative Report on America’s Long-Term Care Crisis: The Unfair Plight of 50+ Million Unpaid Caregivers – and How to Fix It
Need work done on your house, or an elective surgery done, or a will written, or a major car fix?
Apr 20, 2022Free Resources Identify Top Scams Facing Military Community and Ways to Fight Back
Apr 18, 2022New Index features include a “Small Towns” category and accessory dwelling unit development benchmark
AARP’s Public Policy Institute launched the updated AARP Livability Index today, the most comprehensive, web-based tool of its kind that scores every neighborhood and community in the United States—in all 50 states and the District of Columbia—for the services and amenities that affect people’s lives the most as they age.
Apr 13, 2022New AARP Research Shines a Light on Rampant Gift Card Fraud and Consumers’ Demand for Greater Protections
One third of U.S. adults say they have been targeted by scams seeking payment by gift card, according to the Gift Card Scams report released today by the AARP Fraud Watch Network.
Apr 11, 2022Major grassroots and advertising campaign will target legislators during recess
As members of Congress return to their districts for Easter recess, AARP is kicking off a new phase of its Fair Drug Prices Now campaign and pushing lawmakers to advance the prescription drug pricing provisions, including allowing Medicare to negotiate, already passed by the House, as a top priority when they return.
Apr 6, 2022New Research from AARP Demonstrates Power of Overlooked Voters
Women voters age 50 and over haven’t decided which candidates to support, and the direction they choose will very likely decide the balance of power in Congress and statehouses around the country.
Apr 4, 2022AARP Foundation Joins Class Action Lawsuit to Recover Retirement Funds for Nearly 5,000 Current and Former Pastors of the African Methodist Episcopal ChurchLawsuit seeks to recover $90 million in lost employee retirement funds due to financial mismanagement
AARP Foundation attorneys have joined a class action lawsuit as co-counsel on behalf of about 5,000 African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church employees and retirees, whose fiduciaries mishandled and lost nearly $90 million in retirement funds.
- Apr 4, 2022AARP The Magazine Features Liam Neeson on his Upcoming Lead Role in ‘Memory’, Selma Blair on Living her Best Life with MS, and Michael Strahan on his high-speed secret for relaxingPlus: Jean Smart Talks Biggest Life Lessons Learned, A Guide to Staging the Perfect Mother’s Day Brunch, ‘and Our Annual Look at the Top Health Issues We Face in our 50s, 60s and 70s, and How to Overcome Each
This spring, the April/May 2022 issue of AARP The Magazine (ATM) offers readers insight into living their most fulfilling lives, despite what obstacles are thrown.
- Mar 30, 2022The Actor Loosens Up, Discusses His Upcoming Lead Role in ‘Memory’
Liam Neeson is still making action movies at 69, but behind his fearsome figure lies a philosophical, playful and witty soul.
- Mar 29, 2022Exclusive report details how boiler rooms, money launderers, cybercriminals operate
With fraudulent phone calls, emails, social media posts and texts arriving most every day to most every U.S. adult, Americans fear being victimized by cybercrimes much more than by...