This week, South Dakota unveiled a new anti-drug campaign — featuring the slogans ”Meth. We’re On It” and ”Meth. I’m On It.” We asked experts to weigh in.
Yahoo Finance spoke with one borrower who said she’s been in student loan limbo — of forbearance and deferments — since she graduated from college in 1997.
Black borrowers are on average borrowing more and defaulting at higher rates, according to New York Fed data.
According to a new survey by MagnifyMoney, which analyzed data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics Survey of Consumer Finances from 2013 to 2018, Americans spending on their pets “is increasing at a higher rate than money spent on essential expenses like food and medicine.”
Former top student loan official A. Wayne Johnson says that the student loan crisis is an “abomination that’s in plain sight.”
A bevy of billionaires have called out presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), expressing criticism over her wealth tax proposal. And fellow lawmaker Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) has come to her aid.
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos has had a rough year — even relative to other remaining members of the Trump administration.
U.S. President Donald Trump tweeted a photo of a military dog that played a role in the capture of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the leader of ISIS. The fact is, dogs have long been part of the U.S. military, serving a critical role to overseas missions.
Thae, who was North Korea’s deputy ambassador to the United Kingdom, defected to South Korea in 2016. He is one of the highest-ranking officials to defect from the so-called Hermit Kingdom.
Vaping has been dominating the news with politicians and experts going back and forth about whether it’s good for smokers, or simply poison. But what exactly is vaping in the first place? And how does it work?
Former North Korean diplomat Thae Yong-ho says the country he defected from in 2016 engages in state-sponsored drug trafficking and is now trying to fix a widespread drug addiction epidemic.
A senior student loan official appointed by Education Secretary Betsy DeVos resigned on Thursday, the Education Department confirmed to Yahoo Finance.
An ongoing lawsuit alleges student loan servicer Navient systematically encouraged student loan borrowers into forbearance — adding billions of dollars in interest on top of existing loans in the process.
As China continues to court more countries to join its massive Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), India has made its position ‘very clear’ that it won’t be participating, Indian Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman told Yahoo Finance.
Bethenny Frankel made a fortune selling Skinnygirl to Beam, and she continues to make a fortune because she secured the licensing rights.
As U.S. President Donald Trump hammers out a partial trade deal with China, Washington is moving forward on another front: India.
A brief exchange over the consumer protection watchdog underscored how the dynamics of the 2020 race are shifting, with the Massachusetts senator emerging as the Democratic frontrunner.
This week, Robinhood fired a new shot in the war for retail investors, by launching a checking and savings service that offers a modest return.
Democratic presidential contender Joe Biden unveils a student debt rescue plan that some observers say is modest, but effective.