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Student debt a hot election issue?

One Wisconsin Now Executive Director Scot Ross says student loan debt could be a bigger political issue than cybersecurity and Medicare during the midterm elections.

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  1. Grandma Struggles to Provide College Aid

     LaborsDear Dr. Don,I need some advice on financing college expenses. I am 70 years old, working part time to help two grandchildren with college. One is an 18-year-...

  2. Americans Look Abroad to Avoid Student Loan Blues

    Frustrated by the lack of affordable college options at home, American students are increasingly looking beyond our borders for ways to get an education without jeop...

  3. Obama Outlines New Federal Student Aid Plan

    President Barack Obama on Thursday proposed a plan to tackle soaring U.S. education costs with a new system that judges colleges and universities on their financial ...

  4. House GOP Unveils Budget Proposal for 2014

    FBN's Rich Edson breaks down Rep. Ryan's budget plan.

  5. Eva Longoria is Willing to Pay More in Taxes, Are You?

    Actress Eva Longoria discusses why she is willing to pay higher taxes and her work with Lay’s on its new chip flavor.

  6. Tips for Low-Income Students to Pay for College

    While a four-year degree has become a pricey investment for students of all socioeconomic backgrounds, data shows many low-income families can't afford to make the c...

  7. Four Ways to Prepare for the FAFSA

    While it's the start of a new year, Jan.1 is also the first day when incoming college freshmen can start to fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FA...

  8. Chany: Be Savvy When Applying for Financial Aid

    Kal Chany, “Paying for College Without Going Broke” author and Campus Consultants president, on how the fiscal cliff will impact college students, and how to apply for financial aid successfully.

  9. Stossel - 11/8/2012

    Stossel and guests look at what President Obama's re-election means for liberty

  10. College Students to Lose Aid to Fiscal Cliff

    Annamaria Andriotis, senior writer, on why sequestration may lead to an 8% cut in financial aid for students.

  11. What Would Fiscal Cliff Mean for Student Aid? founder Mark Kantrowitz on how the potential fiscal cliff would impact college students.

  12. Smart to Raid IRA for Kids' College Bills?

    Dear Dr. Don, I am 50 years old, and I want to cash out and close my regular individual retirement account of $8,000 to use on educational expenses for my twin child...

  1. Cannabis college: Getting an education in marijuana-related studies

    Clover Leaf University President Chloe Villano on the school and its marijuana-themed courses.

  2. Where is the best source of ‘free money’ for college?

    Princeton Review senior VP Rob Franek on how to find ‘free money’ to pay for college.

  3. Last-Minute College Savings Tips

    With the average cost of a four-year public university sitting above $20,000, affordability is becoming a major hurdle for students and their families. Every expert ...

  4. President, Democrats waging war on young people?

    FBN’s Lou Dobbs on why Republicans should focus on the youth vote.

  5. Are many students missing out on college aid?

    Campus Consultants President Kal Chany on the different types of financial aid for college.

  6. What Obama's Budget Means for Your Wallet

    President Obama sent his nearly $4 trillion budget proposal for 2015 to Congress on Tuesday, a blueprint that he says will expand "opportunity for Americans," and it...

  7. College is too Expensive, But How Do We Fix That?

    No one disputes that college affordability and accessibility are increasingly becoming an issue for students and their families. What's not as clear is how to combat...

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