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Bob Edwards chats with Maria Elena Salinas about Hurricane Maria and the devastation it had on Puerto Rico
Bob Edwards and celebrity chef Carla Hall discuss senior poverty and hunger at AARP Foundation’s Meal Pack Challenge in D.C.
Baseball legend Tommy John is not a fan of his namesake surgery. He talks with Bob Edwards in the latest 'Take on Today' episode
Two college instructors faced age discrimination in the workplace and prevailed; AARP remembers Sen. John McCain and his legacy of public service
Bob Edwards uncovers how drug makers are lobbying Congress to roll back progress on closing the Medicare Part D donut hole
Personal finance expert Suze Orman joins Bob Edwards to share tough-love guidance for people seeking financial security
Reid Cox, founder of iFoster and AARP Purpose Prize winner, talks with Bob Edwards about how he got involved in the child welfare system in this episode
Bob Edwards talks with Celeste Mergens, who was a winner of the AARP Purpose Prize Award
VJ Sleight, a two-time cancer survivor, and Peter Moore, author of “Broke From Cancer” from the AARP The Magazine, discuss the financial cost of a cancer diagnosis
Frank Abagnale talks about how scammers operate and tips for listeners to protect themselves
Lisa Marsh Ryerson on the Importance of social connections and the causes and implications of isolation
John Hishta, AARP Senior Vice President of Campaigns, joins Bob Edwards to discuss nationwide voter mobilization efforts
Bob Edwards and Sarah Lock, AARP Senior Vice President for Policy, discuss ways to improve brain health
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Bob Edwards is an award-winning broadcast journalist and author. He gained national recognition as the host of NPR’s flagship program “Morning Edition” from its premiere in 1979 until 2004. Full bio
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