$150 million in student loan debt cancelled after for-profit colleges shut down02:18
A court ruling forced the Department of Education to cancel the debt of students who were attending for-profit colleges when they shuttered. It’s been called a victory for students, but some critics say the ruling doesn’t go far enough.
Growing movement honors homeless veterans with dignified farewell02:09
‘Super blood wolf moon’ will be visible across the U.S. tonight01:19
Prince Philip gets back behind the wheel days after crash01:16
New study finds pre-k benefits endure through eighth grade01:30
Native American families seek justice for women missing or killed in unsolved crimes02:16
Upset in Iran after American-born journalist for state TV detained in the U.S.01:41