College Credit Card Debt Grows
A report by AIG Retirement Services shows 53 percent of college students use two or more credit cards.
More college students find themselves carrying credit card debt.
A report by AIG Retirement Services shows 53 percent of college students use two or more credit cards. That's up 12% from last year.
The report was based on a survey of more than 20,000 college students. Forty percent of college students reported credit card debt of at least $1,000. While 14% reported debt of more than $5,000.
Biden, McCarthy meet face-to-face on debt crisis worries
McCarthy had all but invited himself to the White House to start the conversation before a summer debt deadline.By Susan Walsh / AP
Fed lifts rate by quarter-point and signals more hikes ahead
The Fed's latest move will likely further raise both the costs of many consumer and business loans and the risk of a recession.By Jacquelyn Martin / AP
For 'Amtrak Joe' Biden, Baltimore rail tunnel visit is personal
President Biden will visit the aging Baltimore and Potomac Tunnel that's slated to be replaced with help from bipartisan infrastructure legislation.By Patrick Semansky / AP
AI, like ChatGPT, is creating teaching challenges on college campuses
Plagiarism is nothing new, but the role artificial intelligence is playing in it is now a concern at colleges across the country.By Scripps News
Southwest to testify before US Senate after mass cancelations
Southwest's Chief Operating Officer will testify before the Senate committee on Thursday Feb. 9.By Ted S. Warren / AP
Millions expected to lose Medicaid coverage this spring
Here are some ways you can stay ahead of the process.By Scripps News