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Obama to offer Pell grants to prisoners

It's Prison Reform 101. The Obama administration will soon give some inmates the chance to take college courses on the government's dime.

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Survey: Michigan residents say roads bigger...

While 32 percent of survey respondents cited jobs and the state economy as the top problem in 2015 for Michigan, 20 percent cited the state's roads, bridges and highways as the top problem.

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Mailman's plea for books gets worldwide response

A postal carrier has delivered more than the mail to a Sandy, Utah boy, collecting shelves full of books for the child to read as his story has unexpectedly spread around the world.

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Spelman ends Cosby professorship

Spelman College, a historically black women's school in Atlanta, has officially terminated a professorship endowed by actor Bill Cosby and his wife Camille.

Surprise guest shows up at Cass Tech

What was announced as a summer class meeting for seniors at Cass Tech turned out to be a huge surprise when an unannounced guest arrived.

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Discover to pay $16M back to student loan...

Discover made it even more difficult for thousands of student borrowers to pay back their loans by misleading them on their statements, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau said Wednesday.

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Radio show guest says she blew college fund

A guest on an Atlanta radio show who would only give her name as Kim admitted to spending her $90,000 college fund with one year of schooling left to go, Yahoo! Finance reported.

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Spending on college soars 16%, study finds

For the first time in five years, parents opened their wallets wider to spend more on college this year.

On average, families spent $24,164 for college in the 2014-2015 academic year, according to the annual How America Pays for College report from Sa...

100-year-old woman learns how to write her name

It's never too late to learn, at least for this Chinese great grandmother.

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Chinese seek U.S. college places at any price

Jessica Zhang, a 21-year-old Chinese student from Jiangsu Province, says her English wasn't strong enough to fill in her U.S. college admission form.

So her parents paid three consultants $4,500 to fill out the application, write her personal essay an...

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