The U.S. Education Department and its loan servicers claw back billions of dollars from debtors who say they were never told of affordable repayment options.
Business & Financial News, U.S & International Breaking News
House seen passing Russia sanctions bill limiting Trump's power
The U.S. House of Representatives is expected to vote overwhelmingly on Tuesday for a bill that would slap new sanctions on Russia, Iran and North Korea, potentially complicating President Donald Trump's hopes of pursuing improved relations with Moscow.
McDonald's, Caterpillar power S&P to record
A set of strong earnings from companies, including Caterpillar and McDonald's, lifted the Dow and drove the S&P 500 to a record high, but the tech-heavy Nasdaq was dragged lower by losses in Google parent Alphabet Inc.
Unrest bubbles among Trump's key foreign policy aides: sources
Frustration is mounting among leading foreign policy officials in President Donald Trump's administration as they chafe at some policy and bureaucratic defeats and complain they lack independence to do their jobs, officials say.
Fire crews battle to halt spread of Montana blaze, largest in the U.S.
More than 600 firefighters in Montana on Tuesday battled to halt the spread of the biggest wildfire in the United States after it torched buildings, raced through forests and drove scores of people from their homes.
Jordanians protest against Israel at funeral of shot teenager
Several thousand Jordanians urged their government on Tuesday to close the Israeli embassy in Amman and scrap an unpopular peace treaty during the funeral of a young Jordanian shot dead by an Israeli security guard in the embassy.
Activist hedge funds pull hard on the M&A lever
Of all the demands that activist hedge funds make, one has emerged as a clear favorite over the past year: asking the management of a company they target to put up the "for sale" sign.
Exp: Jul 17
Exp: Jul 17
Exp: Aug 17