AARP CEO Lauds Activists for Fighting for Rx Bill
Jo Ann Jenkins says volunteer efforts made the difference in success: You called on Congress to lower drug prices, and they heard you. Because of you, people will save money on their medication.
AARP CEO Thanks Members for Historic Rx Win
AARP led the fight to lower drug prices, and we won. Millions of seniors will save money on their medications. CEO Jo Ann Jenkins vows AARP will keep fighting big drug companies’ out-of-control prices, and we won't back down.
New AARP Ad Urges Congress to Pass Rx Reform
Allowing Medicare to negotiate prices would make history
Couple Reunites 42 Years After Racism Broke Them Up
Jeanne Gustavson broke up with Steve Watts in the ‘70s, fearing her mom would disown her for dating a Black man. Decades later, they’re getting married.
Media Roundtable: She's the Difference
A media roundtable on the attitudes and concerns of women voters 50-plus and their deciding role in the 2022 elections.
AARP Foundation Attorneys Join Lawsuit to Restore Gutted Church Retirement Fund
Gross mismanagement has devastated a retirement fund for AME pastors and other clergy of one of the largest historically Black churches. AARP Foundation attorneys and co-counsel Kantor and Kantor, LLP are fighting on behalf of nearly 5,000 pastors an
Yale Agrees to Pay Over $1 Million to Settle Employee Wellness Program Suit
Employees of Yale University represented by AARP Foundation attorneys reached a settlement with the institution that will allow workers to opt out of the workplace wellness program without paying a fine. The settlement includes more than $1 million t
The Devastating Cost of Prescription Drug Prices
The price of prescription drugs is so high that retired law enforcement officer Larry Zarzecki has sold his home and used up his retirement savings to be able to afford his Parkinson’s medication. Larry’s story is not unique. Americans are struggling
Hidden Figure Who Helped Create GPS Finally Recognized
After decades of being overlooked, mathematician Gladys West, who calculated Earth's shape for the development of GPS, is finally being recognized.
USS Arizona Survivor Remembers Pearl Harbor
In an interview with Alex Kershaw, Ken Potts, one of two remaining survivors of the sinking of the USS Arizona, recalls the day Pearl Harbor was attacked.
U.S. Surgeon General Dispels 4 Common COVID-19 Myths
One of the most difficult obstacles to coping with the pandemic is misinformation about COVID-19 and vaccinations. Here are some common myths that you should be aware of as we try to stay safe.
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