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85 Years Later, Social Security Remains Vital

Nearly 69 million Americans rely on its benefits today

     

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Get, Give Help With AARP Community Connections Tool

Linking volunteers with people in need

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Helping Employers Realize Age-Diverse Workplace Value

Multigenerational teams perform better, build talent

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AARP Minute: Rapid COVID-19 Home Tests

Also: A look at new fall books

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Looking Back on VJ Day, 75 Years Later

How Americans celebrated WWII's end

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Multilevel Marketing Offers Are on the Rise

But for many, 'big money' is elusive

Coronavirus alert

10 Tips to Help Avoid COVID-19 Scams

Fake charities and other schemes

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Latest Coronavirus News and Updates

What to know about the pandemic

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The Last Blockbuster Gets an Airbnb Listing

Sleepover offer sparks nostalgia

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'Pandemic Pods' Seek Veteran Teachers

Retirees also in demand

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Fake Pandemic Supply Sites Shut Down

Thousands paid and got nothing

Caring for a Loved One?

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Marriage Bonds and Caring for Spouse

Focus on what brings you both joy

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Nursing Home Visit Status in Every State

Details and interactive map

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Keeping Your Job While Caregiving

Learn your rights and fight for them

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Caregiving for Spouse After a Major Accident

Learning to accept the situation

Coping at Home

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Today's Workout: Upper-Body Training

10 minutes with Bryant Johnson

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How Funeral Planning Shows You Care

It lightens burden on others

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Fall Fiction Preview: 16 Binge-Worthy Novels

Elena Ferrante, Dean Koontz and more

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Vote for the Next AARP Superstar

Your favorite could be the winner

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Travel Agents Make Their Pandemic Case

How they're solving problems

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Best Films to Watch at Home This Weekend

'Project Power'; 'Burnt Orange Heresy'

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10 Bold New Haircuts for Women Now

Make your next trip to the salon count

 New York's mass transit agency wants Apple to come up with a better way for iPhone users to unlock their phones without taking off their masks, as it seeks to guard against the spread of COVID-19 in buses and subways.

Mask Making It Hard to Unlock iPhone?

Apple makes change to address issue


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