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Student loans skyrocketed 463 percent under Obama

U.S. President Barack Obama waves as he departs the White House in Washington

‘Everybody owes this money to the government’

Settle your student loan debt using this one weird trick

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‘Keep in mind that I hear from borrowers in extreme cases’

Obama pushes for more federal control over education

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White House official: ‘There will certainly be criticism’ of president’s proposal

The GOP's higher education opportunity

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Millenials are skeptical of one-size-fits-all control of education policy, and they’re looking for new solutions.

Student loan rates mask the real problem

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If kids aren’t paying them back, it doesn’t matter what the rates are.

Senate liberals oppose student loan compromise

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‘Did students put two wars on a credit card, Mr. President?’

After Obama visit, Senate suddenly reaches student loan agreement

Filibuster Fight

‘It’s the work of a number of Democratic and Republican senators working long, long hours’

Expert: Student loan deal 'basically self-defeating'

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This compromise appears to chicken out

Why the House GOP is wrong on student loans

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Congressional Republicans should stop trying to out-Democrat the Democrats.

Students blame Republicans, wish they would all die

‘I think all of them should probably be put to death’

College a riskier investment, say bankers

Debt Showdown

‘The failure of a bad idea’

Senate leadership clashes over student loans

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‘We should be making the burden lighter for students and their families, not seeking profits’

Republicans, Democrats slam each other on student loans

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‘It would be better to do nothing than to pass the Republican bill’

Boehner excoriates Dems for student loan rate hikes

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‘You begin to wonder whether they’re looking for a solution’

What's next for student loans?

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'Colleges are paid in full no matter what happens to these students'

Yep, student loan rates just doubled

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Goodbye 3.4 percent; hello 6.8 percent

Glenn Reynolds: Thanks to student loans, colleges raise tuition (a lot) because they can

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College tuition has increased at an annual rate of 7.45%; family incomes are stagnant

Biden answers student loan questions

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‘Don’t let your BFF miss out’

Student loan rates will rise on Monday

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‘Senate Democrats don’t want a deal,’ said one Republican aide

Expert: Link student loans to financial markets

Budget Battle Harry Reid

‘What you would do if you were a rational financial actor?’