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It’s about to get more expensive to take out federal student loans — here’s why

Today News Post || Latest News Borrowing to pay for college is about to get more expensive – despite the…

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Paths to avoid crippling student debt

US HEADLINES: Twenty-eight-year-old Kera Cheney works for the government, lives in a basement apartment with her boyfriend in San Francisco,…

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Anonymous donor pays tab for graduates of historically Black college in Texas:

US HEADLINES: Students graduating from a historically Black college in East Texas were told at their commencement ceremony that an…

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Republicans target pause on student loan payments

Today News Post || Latest News Republicans are pushing back against letting student loan borrowers off the hook — even…

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Warren urges Biden to cancel student loan debt before midterms:

Today News Post || Latest News Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren on Sunday renewed her push for President Biden to cancel…

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Who benefits from student loan relief? Here’s how different measures would help

Today News Post || Latest News Millions of Americans would benefit if federal student loan debt were canceled. But as…

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New study details who would benefit most from different forms of student loan relief

Today News Post || Latest News Millions of Americans would benefit if federal student loan debt were canceled. But as…

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Millennials, Gen Z are putting off major financial decisions because of student loans, study finds

US HEADLINES: Student loan debt has forced many younger Americans to hold off on other major financial decisions, a new…

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With payments paused, canceling student loan debt

Today News Post || Latest News Canceling student loan debt through executive action is “still on the table,” said White…

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Education Department to forgive $415 million in student debt for nearly 16,000 borrowers who were misled by colleges

US HEADLINES: The Department of Education has approved $415 million in borrower defense claims for nearly 16,000 former students after…

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