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Coping with student loan repayment

After analyzing approximately 3,800 student loan complaints submitted from October 1, 2012 through September 30, 2013, CFPB focused on problems with crediting payments to private student loan accounts ...

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Americas’ natural resources and the new world order

Americas’ natural resources and the new world order ...

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Economy continues to ‘tread water underwater’

The federal jobs’ reports for September issued last week showed the year’s slow – and therefore, disappointing – rate of job growth has weakened just a bit more. ...

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Hip Hop is a class act at Temple U.

Hip Hop is a class act at Temple U. ...

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The politics of greed pollutes the political oxygen

[caption id="attachment_12500" align="alignleft" width="144"] Derek Joy[/caption] The politics of greed pollutes the political oxygen By Derek Joy True ‘dat. The media, Congress and the American people are talking as the dust settles and the smoke clears in the aftermath of the government shutdown. The end result is an estimated $24-billion loss to the American economy. And for what? Tea Party Republicans a ...

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Is Scott creating a mess with the Common Core standards?

He is now gutting the new Common Core standard, and abandoning the standardized testing associated with the program. ...

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Washington football team should drop the “R” word

It is time for Washington’s NFL team to stop using a racial slur and to finally change its name.” ...

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President Obama’s Showdown with ‘Teapublicans’ is just beginning

Believe it or not, President Obama’s decision to finally stand up to Tea-publicans – a Republican Party hijacked by Right-wing Tea Party zealots – in the latest standoff over the Affordable Care Act and the debt ceiling was the easy part. ...

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Prominent leaders push for expansion of bacterial meningitis vaccine Health disparities working group urges the CDC to ensure all families have equal access to immunizations

Former Congressmen J.C. Watts, Jr., and Ron Dellums, along with National Medical Association President Michael A. LeNoir, M.D. are leading a newly formed Health Disparities Working Group ...

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