President Obama and Republican vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan went before 5,000 AARP members in New Orleans on Friday to make their respective cases and take questions, with each promising to do a better job of protecting Medicare, Social Security and other programs for older Americans.
It's August. Your thermostat has likely cracked 100 degrees. But hopefully, you're on vacation with your families or watching the Olympics (Go USA!!) in a cool place with a cold beverage in hand.
Boomer women who lived through the "mommy wars" a couple of decades ago were probably surprised to see that old conflict resurface on the campaign trail this week. The good news is that the skirmish was short-lived, and there seems to be bipartisan agreement that being a mom is ... duh ... hard work.
How does that work? Cause we all know we have enough problems at home, so how does the economy abroad affect your savings? John Burgess explains:
While older workers are suffering overwhelmingly from the economy, it looks like things may be getting better in the future. Elizabeth Pope reports:
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