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On Jan. 3, the new members of the United States Congress will be sworn into office, officially making our legislative branch the most diverse it’s ever been. This swearing-in means we’ll officially have a new youngest Congresswoman in Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez,…

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What’s in store for your student loans in 2019? Here are five big changes that could impact your student loans this year. 1. Student Loan Forgiveness If you’re hoping for student loan forgiveness, there’s no guarantee that student loan forgiveness…

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The 116th Congress is underway and among the 431 congressmembers are 26 millennial representatives, almost five times as many as there were last session. The Pew Research Center defines the millennial generation as anyone born between the years 1981 and…

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Chrystal McKay knew enough about medical care costs that she skipped the ambulance ride after a car accident. A friend drove her to the emergency room. That saved her one bill, but she faces another for more than $20,000 after…

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NEW YORK—It’s 10 minutes after closing time and kitchen workers are busy cleaning up an empty Tribeca restaurant. What remains of the day’s menu has been dropped into tin trays that are stacked and waiting for pickup. Just a few…

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If your basement floods or your car breaks down, you may not have enough money to cover the bill. Especially if you’re a millennial. A new survey from LendingTree finds that 6 out of 10 millennials (which LendingTree classifies as…

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The U.S. Education Department said it will forgive $150 million in federal student loans as part of a 2016 rule that Secretary Betsy DeVos previously tried to block. Department officials began notifying 15,000 students on Friday that their loans will…

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At a computer programming class at Mission Vista High School in Oceanside earlier this month, a pair of students demonstrated a video game they created for the Salk Institute’s open house. Next door, in the graphic design classroom known as…

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Zi Chua spent much of her summer vacation knocking on doors and asking New Yorkers to vote for candidates she believed would take the strongest action on climate change. When she wasn’t trying to get out the vote, she was…

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Maine is offering student debt relief to graduates who live and work in the state. Known for its lobster and lighthouses, Maine also has one of the oldest populations in the U.S. — the median age in the state is…

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Call it the tale of two stereotypes. In one, Millennials are job-hopping crypto-crazed maniacs who would rather buy bitcoin than bonds. In the other, they’re a generation so scarred by the Great Recession that they cling to any chance for…

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One spring morning in New York City’s Financial District, several besuited men couldn’t help but stop and gaze at a rather out-of-place sign hanging from the New York Stock Exchange building. “Follow us on Pinterest!” read the enormous red banner….

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