The AARP Minute: April 22, 2021
In today's "AARP Minute," the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says you shouldn't laminate your COVID-19 vaccination card, plus most older Americans want flexibility in how, where and when they work.
Fighting for What’s Right
When college instructors Julie Taaffe and Kathy Moon were forced out of their jobs because of age discrimination, our legal team took their employer to court. Now they are back where they belong.
The AARP Minute: April 21, 2021
In today's "AARP Minute," you can now take a COVID test at home and get results in 15 minutes, plus you have a few more months to sign up for health insurance through the ACA.
Nancy LeaMond’s National Volunteer Week Message
Nancy LeaMond, AARP’s Chief Advocacy and Engagement Officer, offers her heartfelt thanks to volunteers for National Volunteer Week 2021.
The AARP Minute: April 20, 2021
In today's "AARP Minute," stress from the pandemic has compelled many older Black and Latina women to focus more on their well-being, plus FEMA is warning consumers to look out for fraud related to COVID-19 funeral expense payments.
The AARP Minute: April 19, 2021
In today's "AARP Minute," younger children in the United States could be eligible for two COVID-19 vaccines, plus how to avoid aches and pains while working from home.
The AARP Minute: April 18, 2021
In today's "AARP Minute," you may have to travel farther to find your nearest bank branch, plus tips for making saving money less stressful.
The AARP Minute: April 16, 2021
In today's "AARP Minute," experts say COVID-19 will likely be around for the foreseeable future, and gaming has become more popular with boomers during the pandemic.
AARP Supplier Spotlight: “TheMoneyCoach.net”
How Edward James Olmos Realized Selena’s Colossal Influence
Actor Edward James Olmos describes Selena Quintanilla’s outsized influence on music despite her shocking death at age 23.
The AARP Minute: April 15, 2021
In today's "AARP Minute," nursing homes are reporting their lowest rates of COVID-19, plus you may be able to deduct face masks as a medical expense on your 2020 taxes.
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