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Here’s how one S.C. college says it made more money by cutting tuition 26 percent

Benedict College is doing everything conventional wisdom tells it not to do. While most colleges raise the cost of attending class, Benedict cut tuition 26 percent ... say it’s working. The historical... read more

How more students are cutting their college costs

Only about half of all students who get New Jersey Tuition Aid ... and Rutgers. More than 60 percent of graduating students from Ocean County College’s freshman class of 2012 transferred to a four-yea... read more

The Latest: Florence now a Category 2 storm, still dangerous

In South Carolina, 2 percent of stations had run out and in Virginia, 1 percent. DeHaan says truck stops and major chains with bigger supply systems are more likely to have ... It's a big one." The pr... read more

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Rich get richer in college sports as poorer schools struggle to keep up

Andrew Zimbalist, an economist at Smith College and a sports-business expert, is among many academics who say ... percent more on athletes' tuition and expenses, and 57 percent more on coaching salari... read more


How much retirement savings do you really need?

But putting away money for your golden years is ... The best advice is to save approximately 15 percent of your income every year from the time you start working. The later you start saving, the more ... read more

Charles Schwab Has a $3.6 Trillion Edge on the Fintechs

“I’m the guy who holds the compass in his hand,” he says. More from Bloomberg.com: Kavanaugh College ... money on glasses,” he says. “The board said, ‘We’ve just lost 40 percent ... read more

Exclusive: Chris Christie explains why he is running for president on 'Hannity'

Recent polls, though, Monmouth University, 26 percent ... re more expensive. And you know, I've made our government less expensive, but only the legislature can cut taxes, and they just have refused t... read more

The Navajo Are Still Here—and He Ran 330 Miles to Prove It

“Every few days I’d go back to her and say, ‘You know, this would be nice—I can try it.’ Lo and behold, in one of those conversations she said yes.” In August 1978, Tuckwin made ... percent of student... read more

Baylor's Shawn Oakman: The Gigantic Man Behind the Meme

"More money, more problems," Oakman says. "I just want to be a kid for one more year. My family has been poor their ... linemen high in the draft in recent years. Houston took South Carolina's Jadeveo... read more

Swollen rivers begin falling across Northeast

Of the 11 towns that had been severed from the outside world, the final one to be reached by rescuers was tiny Wardsboro, a village of 850 in the Green Mountains. The community is little more than a p... read more

Transcript: Read the Full Text of the Undercard CNBC Debate in Boulder

We’ve cut our budget 26 percent ... cutting pollution. You do a little back of the envelope. We produce, per dollar GDP, about one-fifth of the CO2 and other pollutants that China produces. So we’re f... read more



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