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An AARP Take On Today

Aug 30, 2018

Two college instructors face age discrimination and, in a rare feat, prevail; AARP remembers Sen. John McCain and his legacy of public service.


Aug 23, 2018

Bob Edwards uncovers how drug makers are lobbying Congress to roll back progress on closing the infamous drug coverage gap and the toll high drug costs have on older Americans.

AARP's Nancy LeaMond joins Bob to pay tribute to Aretha Franklin and shares the story behind the Queen of Soul's original recording for AARP.


Aug 16, 2018

Personal finance expert Suze Orman shares some of her best planning advice for people seeking financial security and highlights her new rules of retirement in the August/September issue of AARP The Magazine.


Aug 9, 2018

The AARP Purpose Prize celebrates people 50 and older who are doing outstanding work for social good.  On this week’s An AARP Take on Today podcast, Bob Edwards talks with Purpose Prize winner, Reid Cox, founder of iFoster, an organization that helps those involved in. that helps those involved in the child...


Aug 2, 2018

The AARP Purpose Prize celebrates people 50 and older who are doing outstanding work for social good.  On this week’s An AARP Take on Today podcast, Bob Edwards talks with Purpose Prize winner, Celeste Mergens, founder of Days for Girls, which helps girls with health solutions and microenterprises worldwide.