Trump may owe the Saudi Prince hundreds of millions of dollars.
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The level of stupidity here is maddening.
Sadly, most students will never receive a dime from Corinthian Colleges. However, there is a silver lining in the judgment for many students.
Trump’s photoshopped tweet of Megyn Kelly posing with Saudi Prince Alwaleed just came back to bite him on the ass.
Almost everything that’s good is up, almost everything bad is down. Almost.
8 Disgusting Things To Remind You Just Who Right-Wing Soon-To-Be Speaker Paul Ryan Really Is (IMAGES)
From Ayn Rand to Medicare vouchers and fetal personhood laws, this dude is bad news for America. Here’s why you should be worried…
Republicans run on campaigns built out of misinformation.
Many of the young women working at the Bunny Ranch are there to pay off their student loans. The owner will lend them a helping hand.
Ben Carson may be a brilliant surgeon, but he can never be president.
Do you think more schools should do this?
The people of Greece have a tough road ahead of them.
In ancient times, there used to be a celebration within which debts and criminal punishments were forgiven — a jubilee.
Congratulations, President Obama, for yet another brilliant speech. Watch him attack payday lenders and the GOP’s horribly cruel budget.
To pay for tax cuts (and a new NBA arena), Scott Walker has decided to just not bother paying Wisconsin’s next debt payment.
We’re collectively investing in our future and that’s going to piss off some very powerful people.
Medical debt in collections killing your credit score? Don’t feel all alone; 15 million Americans are in the same situation.
“[T]his has become something of an epidemic.”
A new economic report, published by Forbes.com on September 6, 2014, clearly shows that President Obama is the best economic president in modern times. It’s not an opinion, it’s a fact, based on all of the typical economic indicators, including jobs, investments, growth and expansion, even the rate of inflation. In […]
Think Christian charity can take care of the poor? At least 64% of US churches are already spending more than they take in. But wait, isn’t debt a sin?