- Sep 25, 2020October Issue of AARP Bulletin Features Donald Trump and Joe Biden in Their Own Words on Social Security, Medicare, the Economy and CoronavirusPLUS: AARP Provides Complete State-by-State “How to Vote” Guides for the 2020 Elections
With election season in full swing, AARP Bulletin is continuing its tradition of spotlighting the issues most important to older adults in exclusive interviews with President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden. In a Q&A format, both candidates discuss their views on Medicare, Social Security, nursing homes, the coronavirus pandemic, voting and many more crucial topics. Find out, in their own words, where they stand in the October issue of the Bulletin.
- Sep 24, 2020EXCLUSIVE: Bruce Springsteen Shares About Love, Loss, Aging and the Challenges of Writing his New Album in At-Length Interview with AARP The Magazine
LOS ANGELES— Music legend Bruce Springsteen, known for hits including “Born To Run,” “Thunder Road,” and “Badlands,” as well as five decades of exhilarating live performances, is...
Sep 21, 2020AARP Foundation to match contributions, dollar for dollar, up to $500,000
WASHINGTON—AARP Foundation today announced a disaster relief fund to support victims of Hurricane Sally and the wildfires across Western states. AARP Foundation will match contributions, dollar...
Sep 16, 2020Power the Polls, Association of Young Americans, and New Leaders Council
WASHINGTON—Today AARP announced a new initiative to enlist poll workers of all ages this November, working in collaboration with the Association of Young Americans (AYA), Power the Polls, and New Leaders Council (NLC). The groups aim to enlist more poll workers to ensure that in-person voting is still an accessible and safe option this fall.
Sep 15, 2020Findings Show Social Security and Medicare Transcend Party Lines
WASHINGTON—Today AARP is releasing the final piece in a series of battleground state polls of voters in Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Iowa, Maine, Michigan, Montana, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. The first part of the series was released on Thursday, September 9. The bipartisan surveys show that voters age 65-plus could be a deciding factor in this year’s election and, even as there are strong partisan preferences, Social Security and Medicare are unifying issues for voters 50-plus.
Sep 15, 2020
WASHINGTON—Today, AARP expanded its BankSafe online training platform for bank and credit union staff to include financial advisors. The training platform equips financial advisors with the...
Sep 10, 2020
WASHINGTON, D.C.—Today AARP released a series of battleground state polls of likely voters in Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Iowa, Maine, Michigan, Montana, North Carolina, Pennsylvania...
- Sep 3, 2020AARP Bulletin Reveals Why We Get Sick More Often Than Previous Generations – and What to Do About ItSpecial Report Shows How to Block Winter Virus Attacks (including the Coronavirus), and Reveals the Factors Causing our Immune Systems to Weaken Faster than in the Past; PLUS: AARP Providing Detailed State-by-State “How to Vote” Guides for the 2020 Elections
WASHINGTON— Researchers into the human immune system are discovering that a host of environmental, lifestyle and medical issues not faced by previous generations are causing our immune systems...
Sep 3, 2020AARP’s Newest Charitable Affiliate Helps Older Adults Achieve Lifelong Dreams
WASHINGTON—AARP, the national nonprofit headquartered in Washington, D.C., is joining forces with the Colorado-based charity Wish of a Lifetime to help older adults fulfill their lifelong...