The proposal, which aims to replace a set of Obama-era rules that were never implemented, draws praise from the for-profit college industry but sharp criticism from advocacy groups that represent student borrowers.
Fraud in immigration law is an old problem. Christopher Bailey’s case illustrates one giant challenge: The scammed don’t know where to report it.
Her fight against white minority rule caused the former wife of South African leader Nelson Mandela to be jailed for months and placed under house arrest for years.
Despite the Trump administration's stand, the Organization of American States is calling for a new election.
Lawmakers criticize the credit reporting company as consumers worry about the exposure of personal data affecting 143 million Americans.
A number of sources, including a team of computer scientists and Green Party presidential nominee Stein, are claiming that the results of the Nov. 8 election were affected by tampering tactics of various kinds.
He's not admitting anything, but the man who says he "never settles" agreed to pay $25 million to avoid going to court over fraud accusations. He's not admitting anything, but the man who says he "never settles" agreed to pay $25 million to avoid going to court over fraud accusations.
"Donald Trump says he is very very smart. I'm afraid to say that he is very very not smart."
“Like all human institutions, markets have strengths and weaknesses,” writes economist Richard Wolff. Exalting them as if they were some ideal mechanism for distributing resources "should be rejected as the self-serving tool of societies' richest operated at the expense of everyone else.”
The 32-year-old Turing Pharmaceuticals CEO and Wall Street player became a source of schadenfreude on a mass scale Thursday with the news that he had been arrested for securities fraud.