Justice Ginsburg Will Perform In An Opera — Again - AARP
She'll be a star for one night in a Washington National Opera production.
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Thanks to legislators on both sides of the aisle who voted yes, and were champions for America’s unsung heroes — family caregivers.
One Woman’s Heartfelt Message to Congress About Medicare — AARP
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Update on SNAP — AARP
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Senator John McCain Fighting Brain Cancer - AARP
Republican Senator John McCain of Arizona had a brain tumor removed. Doctors say they managed to remove all of the tumor that was visible on brain scans. McCain's family is considering options, including radiation and chemotherapy. (July 20)
Obama Portraits Unveiled at Smithsonian Museum — AARP
The National Portrait Gallery unveiled portraits of former President Barack Obama and former first lady Michelle Obama, painted by artists Kehinde Wiley and Amy Sherald.