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    Veteran news anchor Ted Koppel at AARP studios in Washington, DC on July 14, 2015, Conversation with Ted Koppel

    Ted Koppel

    The former 'Nightline' anchor talks about cyberterrorism and lessons learned over his long career.

    Bill O'Reilly

    Bill O'Reilly

    In his latest book, 'Killing Reagan,' Bill O'Reilly casts the Gipper in a human light.

    Melinda Gates

    Melinda Gates

    The philanthropist on turning 50 with inspiration and optimism.

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    Jo Ann Jenkins, Influencer of the Year 2015 AARP

    AARP CEO Jo Ann Jenkins: 2015 Influencer of the Year

    NonProfit Times annual award recognizes a leader for their innovation and influence.

    With Social Security, What You Don’t Know Costs You

    New AARP survey indicates not knowing the details could keep thousands of dollars out of your pocket.

    AARP President Jeannine English

    Let's Do More to Fight Dementia

    The prevalence of dementia and its toll on the entire health care system.

    Politics & Policy


    It’s a Shame

    Low-income Medicare beneficiaries continue to be plagued with balance billing.


    What Workers Can Expect During Open Enrollment

    Heads-up to workers concerning benefits during open enrollment season.

    Race, Retirement and Social Security

    The Social Security program is neutral in terms of race or ethnicity, but how do people of color interact with the system?

    Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month

    Entrevista con Carlos Santana

    Carlos Santana

    The Mexican-born guitar legend riffs on the '60s, divorce, grandchildren and laughter.

    Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor, Influential Latino Women

    Shining in All Spheres of American Life

    From politics to the arts, to science and sports, discover these influential Hispanics.

    Latinos in Baseball

    From Adolfo to Albert, a photo gallery of the sport's brightest Hispanic stars.

    Events & History

    A man raises his hands in the air as he celebrates during Million Man March on the Mall, 16 October 1995, in Washington DC.

    The Story Behind the Million Man March

    How the Million Man March came together on Oct. 16, 1995, at the National Mall in D.C.

    Jack and Jackie in Hyannis Port, Mass., taking a break from the 1960 presidential campaign. JFK loved the water and was a superb swimmer and sailor. His legend as a hero began with bravery at sea on PT-109 during World War II.

    JFK: Personal Portraits

    Photographer Jacques Lowe provided the nation with insider access to JFK and his family.

    Charlayne Hunter Gault University Georgia Desegregation

    Charlayne Hunter-Gault

    My American Life: Fifty years after the Freedom Summer, the noted journalist reflects on her civil rights fight.

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