AARP fraud expert Amy Nofziger talks with Dr. Phil about grandparent scams and how you can protect yourself or your loved ones.
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Andie MacDowell says there is a cut off point where women in Hollywood are considered too old for a number of roles and society is conditioned to think an older man is sexier than an older woman.
Melissa McCarthy gives us a peek into her career, her family and the “terrible advice” that led her to become one of America’s most popular comic actresses in this behind-the-scenes video from her “AARP The Magazine” cover shoot.
‘The Perfect Scam’ Podcast: Beth’s Russian Hack
Beth receives a phone call and a follow-up message on her computer from a man claiming he’s from Dell, a client she works with regularly. She’s told her bank account is being hacked by Russians, and if she doesn’t pay up, they’ll steal even more.
‘The Perfect Scam’ Podcast: Tracy’s Romance Scam — AARP
Tracy is looking for companionship when she makes a connection online. Her new boyfriend tells her he must leave the country for work, but once he's overseas he starts asking Tracy to send money and electronics.
‘The Perfect Scam’ Podcast: Grace’s Gold and Silver Scam — AARP
After her father dies, Grace is in charge of investing his lifetime savings. She decides to put the money into gold and silver. Along the way, she realizes the investment isn’t what she had thought it was.
‘The Perfect Scam’ Podcast: Alex Goldman’s Call Center Scam — AARP
Alex Goldman, host of the Reply All podcast, goes on a deep dive into the shady world of call centers and makes some startling discoveries.
‘The Perfect Scam’ Podcast: Martha’s Jury Duty Scam — AARP
Martha gets a message from the police department saying she's missed jury duty and there’s a warrant out for her arrest.
107-Year-Old and His Five-Generation Family — AARP
A rare reunion brings together five generations of the Newcomer family — from 107-year-old Ike to 1-year-old Knox — reflecting on relationships, history and the future.
Too Old to Get a Tattoo? — AARP
Cancer survivor Kathy Stokes won’t be defined by what she supposedly can or can’t do at a certain age.
Too Old to Run a 50-Mile Race? — AARP
Runner Bill Horne doesn’t listen to ageist comments. His philosophy: Prove them wrong. At age 51, he took on a challenge to run an ultramarathon.
Ageist Comments Won’t Stop These Folks — AARP
Have you ever faced ageist comments about what you can and can’t do at a certain age? These people prove you’re never too old or too young to do anything.
The New Normal — AARP
If you knew that your children or grandchildren would live to 100, how would you encourage them to design their lives differently? How would you redesign your life?
Cyndi Lauper: Don’t Let Age Define You — AARP
Singer Cyndi Lauper has a message for all women to cast off ageist expectations and live by their own time line. #DisruptAging
Referee Dee Kantner: Calling the Shots — AARP
Dee Kantner is a basketball referee. One of the first two women hired to officiate in the NBA, she describes what it’s like to keep up with some of America’s fastest athletes and how the most devastating moment in her career taught her to persevere.
Take on Today with AARP
The Rules of Aging are changing. No matter your dreams or desires, AARP is here to help you take on today – and every day.
Love on the Brain — AARP
When it comes to love, the heart gets all of the credit but the brain does all of the work.