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A trove of data released by the Education Department shows a continuing trend of people enrolling in the government's generous student loan repayment plans, as well as people struggling to pay their debt.
A student reported being assaulted at knifepoint near campus early Saturday as the campus readied for classes to start.
School opens for 110 freshmen at Ron Brown College Prep, the only single-sex public school in D.C.
The court declined to hear a closely watched challenge to state tenure laws.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau said the bank illegally charged late fees to consumers.
Judge in Texas rules that public schools do not have to let transgender students use the bathrooms of their choice — at least for now.
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D.C. students starting the year Monday will find a $127 million renovation and a new dual-language program, which aims to make the school more attractive to families.
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