Students Get $3.9B in Debt Cancellation

Students who used federal loans to attend ITT Technical Institute as far back as 2005 will automatically get that debt canceled after authorities found “widespread and pervasive misrepresentations” at the defunct for-profit college chain, the Biden administration announced Tuesday. The action will cancel $3.9 billion in federal student debt for […]

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Russians Line Up for McDonald’s as It Leaves

Long lines are forming outside of McDonald’s restaurants in Russia ahead of the company’s nationwide exit, mirroring a time when eager consumers first gathered for the fast-food chain’s arrival in Moscow over 30 years ago. McDonald’s announced this week that it will sell its 850 restaurants in Russia due to […]

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California Lawmakers Call For 4-Day Work Week

The California State Legislature is currently discussing a bill that would lower the official work week to 32 hours over four days, with overtime pay required for anything in excess of this. The California Assembly will consider legislation this year that would create the most substantial change to the modern […]

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Sharing Your Netflix Password with Others?

Sharing Your Netflix Password with Others? The Company Wants You to Pay Extra! We all do this! Ever since Netflix’s popularity grew, password sharing with friends and family has become a norm to save some bucks and enjoy the popular OTT platform’s content. However, this money-saving practice might soon cost […]

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The Fed’s First Interest Rate Hike of the Pandemic

The Fed’s first interest rate hike of the pandemic means car loans, mortgages, and credit card payments are getting pricier The Federal Reserve raised interest rates on Wednesday, ending the near-zero rates of the pandemic. The move comes as the Fed looks to tame inflation, which is holding strong at […]

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