Polls show most Republicans feel colleges have a negative impact on the country. They might be right—but not for reasons they think.
The former University of Massachusetts economics professor explains the historical role of credit in helping to preserve communities.
Data from the Government Accountability Office showed that people over the age of 50 are the fastest-growing group with student debt, outpacing younger generations.
After an investigation into the state’s student loan program, Gov. Chris Christie signed a reform bill ending its most onerous practice.
A look back at Bernie Sanders’ career through accountability stories and other in-depth news reports.
The move comes after a ProPublica investigation documenting how the government made it difficult for disabled borrowers to have their student loans forgiven.
A staggering Guardian investigation reveals how, far from being “the most indulged young people in the history of the world," Westerners born in the 1980s and mid-1990s have been betrayed by previous generations that have left them in debt, jobless and locked out of property markets.
Ahead of Saturday's Caucus, Latinos in Nevada Affectionately Refer to Bernie Sanders as 'El Viejito'
While Nevada’s labor leaders back Hillary Clinton for the Democratic nomination, low-wage workers and indebted students are rallying behind Bernie Sanders, drawn to his message of radical economic change. Some Nevadans are even calling him “El Viejito,” or “the little old man.”
Equating women’s support for Bernie Sanders with their not being true feminists is simply bunk. And many progressive millennials aren’t buying it.
In this week’s “Scheer Intelligence,” the Truthdig editor-in-chief’s podcast on KCRW, Stein talks about her evolution from a Harvard idealist to a family physician, environmental activist and now political candidate, and why she believes she and Bernie Sanders are more similar than different.