The U.S. Department of Education announced today it has "accepted" the law firm Squire Patton Boggs as the new "independent monitor" for Zenith Education Group. Zenith is a division of the non-profit debt collection company ECMC, which,...Show More Summary
Lebanon has increased the amount of public debt held in dollars by swapping local currency debt into $2 billion worth of Eurobonds, the Ministry of Finance said on Friday. After the change, 59 percent of Lebanon’s public debt will be held in Lebanese lira and 41 percent in US dollars. The conversion does not change […]
Bernie calls U.S. debt crisis plan "morally unacceptable" and a gift for "vulture capitalists." Hillary backs it
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“Ice Cream Man” Released From Prison May 26 Gucci Mane may have gotten out of prison, but he’s still in trouble. The “Trap House” rapper, 36, owes thousands to creditors for a concert no show, BOSSIP has learned. Gucci
Just a few weeks ago Atlantic City was facing a shutdown of “non-essential” services, a state takeover that their mayor compared to a “fascist dictatorship,” and $500 million in debt on top of a $100 million budget deficit. Those problems...Show More Summary
Wisconsin Governor and balanced-budget hawk Scott Walker's failed bid for the GOP presidential candidacy left him with $1.2 million in debt. (more…)
Student loans and credit card debt didn't stop one Gen Xer from getting his money in shape and buying a home. Here's what he did.
Submitted by David Stockman via Contra Corner blog, There has never been a more destructive central banking policy than the Fed’s current maniacal quest to stimulate more inflation and more debt. That’s what is killing real wages and...Show More Summary
Ukraine has filed an objection against a Russian lawsuit over a $3-billion debt, the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry said in a statement on Friday.
Too much of a good thing could be bad for the Gulf state. It has just raised a whopping $9 billion in the bond market thanks to investors’ hunger for yield. Loading up on debt will help Qatar cope with lower energy prices, but just dodges its biggest problem: lavish spending.
Dear Chuck, With kids in college, I'm very worried about whether they can get a job after graduation and about the debt they're going to need to manage because my wife and I can't afford to pay for their educations free and clear. But it's hard to get a good job without a college education. Do you have advice for us on making the most of a college degree?
Student debt is a prime suspect
You're already struggling with bills you can't pay. And now a debt collector is on the other end of the phone, demanding that you come up with the cash. And if you don't, that debt collector sure makes it sound like a lot of terrible things could happen to you. But here's what you might not know:...
Puerto Rico now faces a complete takeover by a federally appointed control board.
Way to go Madigan: Election-year pressure building on the state legislature to end a near year-long impasse with the governor turned into anger at the Statehouse on Thursday, the animus crossing political parties and the House and Senate...Show More Summary
There has never been a more destructive central banking policy than the Fed’s current maniacal quest to stimulate more inflation and more debt. That’s what is killing real wages and economic vitality in flyover America—-even as it showers...Show More Summary
Faced with an economy that is creating lower paying jobs, millennials are making less, piling up more debt, and more than any other time since the Great Depression, are returning home to live with their parents. In a video produced by Morningstar's U.K. Show More Summary
Tammy Parker, aka Tammy Jo Parker, the wife and mother who was gunned down in her South Carolina home on ‘Friday The 13th’, along with family friend Bryan Capnerhurst four years ago, will be profiled on Scorned: Love Kills on Investigation Discovery. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON -- Two Democratic lawmakers are pretty livid about legislation that is meant to give Puerto Rico -- home to 3.5 million American citizens -- the power to restructure its $70 billion in debt. The House Natural Resources Committee passed the bill out of committee on Wednesday with strong Democratic support, but Sen. Show More Summary