Newsy and Consumer Reports sort out what you need to know about your bottom line. In this segment, expert Donna Rosato shares tips on what to do if you think you've been defrauded by your college. You can read more of her report here, and catch a new segment of "The Bottom Line" weekly on "The Day Ahead." Click here to check your local listings.
The Bottom Line: What To Do If You've Been Defrauded By Your College
Newsy and Consumer Reports discuss the bottom line. In this segment, expert Donna Rosato shares why loan forgiveness rules could soon get stricter.
Hot dog heaven: Sampling classic and exotic franks at Chicago fest
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The CROWN Act continues to push for representation for next generation
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