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Pollak: Is There Any Difference Left Between Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders?

The few differences that remain between Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders are insignificant. Meanwhile, Biden has begun to call for “revolution.”

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Coronavirus Survey Reveals Americans in Debt, Not Saving or Investing Ahead of Outbreak

A survey released this week from LendEDU reveals that Americans were already on shaky financial ground even before the impact of the coronavirus outbreak.

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Ed Secretary Betsy DeVos Halts Collections Actions Against Student Loan Defaulters

Betsy DeVos has halted collection actions and wage garnishments against students who have defaulted on their education loans.

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Coronavirus: Mnuchin Floats Pause on Student Loan Payments

Appearing Friday on CNBC, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said the Trump administration couldĀ provide temporary student loan suspensions to help Americans amid the coronavirus outbreak.

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Report: Wealthy College Students Borrow More Money for Education

A recent study found that college students from high-income households are borrowing more money for school than students from households with lower incomes. The report…

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