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Marco Rubio Delivers Remarks Following Republican Contests in Mississippi, Michigan, Idaho and Hawaii
The Republican candidate remains in the race for president, promising a primary win next week in Florida.
Charities to Get Leftover Funds in Student Loan Settlement
A federal judge has agreed that $1.6 million left over from a government settlement with student lending giant Navient Corp. should be distributed to charities
Conveyor Belt of Storms Fueled by El Nino in California
Freeways underwater, strong storms snapping power lines, and nearly two dozen weather related crashes reported.
America's Latest Achievement Is Something to Wine About
And America this morning continues now with the America's money. Well these are boom times for wine makers and sellers across America and that's because for the first time ever the US has become the world's biggest wine market. Consumption rose slightly here last year while falling nearly 7% in
America's Money: Record Winter Flights Canceled
Also in business news: Sallie Mae pays huge fines; U.S. is world's biggest wine market.
Government Switches Student Loan Servicers: What You Need to Know
In July, the Department of Education announced changes to its federal student loan servicer team, meaning borrowers may soon see their loans transferred to different companies. The government contracts companies to manage student loan repayment . With the end of a contract with the Direct Loan
Report Finds Scholarships, Grants Are Largest Source for Family College Spending
Typical Family College Spending Includes 30 Percent From Scholarships, Grants
What Happens to Student Loans When You Die?
Did you ever wonder what happens to your student loans if you die? We recently received this question from a reader: If the borrower of a student loan dies, is the spouse liable for that loan? Maybe, maybe not. With traditional loans, as long as the spouse is not listed as a co-signer or joint