'Saturday Night Fever' 40th Anniversary Supercut - AARP
From John Travolta’s strut to his iconic pose, "Saturday Night Fever" has remained a cultural touchstone for 40 years. Join us on the dance floor as we look back at some of the most memorable homages.
Tráiler de 'Finding Oscar'
Un documental que narra la escalofriante masacre ocurrida en la aldea Las Dos Erres en Guatemala en 1982 por el ejército del general golpista Efraín Ríos Montt.
The Mother of All Advice - AARP
Disrupt Aging took to the streets of New York to ask everyday citizens some very important questions about their moms. Their responses are sweet, honest and at times hilarious.
Ease Back Pain By Stretching - AARP
Denise Austin offers three simple exercises to help relieve discomfort.
Jane Bryant Quinn: Relax Retirees! You are Long Term Investors Too - AARP
“At 60 or 65 you are going to live another 25 or 30 years, so you are just as much a long term investor as you were when you were 40 or 45,” said Jane Bryant Quinn, author of How to Make Your Money Last.
There’s a Retirement Savings Gap Between Men and Women - AARP
If you think the process of saving for retirement is the same for men and women, think again.
Intergenerational Shipbuilders: The Story Behind the Report - AARP
Lori Trawinski of the AARP Public Policy Institute goes behind the scenes of its report on disrupting aging in the workplace and explains why AARP chose to highlight Huntington Ingalls Shipbuilding in a special spotlight video.
Staying Sharp: 3 Minute Upper Body Stretch with Denise Austin - AARP
Taking regular stretch breaks is one of the easiest ways to get your body moving. This upper body stretch routine, led by AARP wellness Ambassador Denise Austin, focuses on your back, neck, shoulders and arms.
Justice Ginsburg Will Perform In An Opera — Again - AARP
She'll be a star for one night in a Washington National Opera production.
Caregiving Comic: Jim Breuer’s Story - AARP
Comedian Jim Breuer talks about his experience caring for his father, Jim Breuer Sr.
A Woman's Job: The Chefs - AARP
Here's how two women broke gender barriers on the way to becoming executive chefs.
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