5 things to know for November 23: Walmart shooting, Trump, student loans, layoffs, Covid – CNN | Vette Leader

CNN — AAA forecasts that nearly 55 million people in the US will travel this Thanksgiving holiday weekend. The 5 Things team also head out to spend time with family and friends, so we’re taking a few days off. We’ll be back on Sunday. Until then, here’s what you need to know to get up … Read more

Biden’s student loan forgiveness program remains stalled. Here are other ways to get debt relief – CNN | Vette Leader

Washington CNN — President Joe Biden’s student loan forgiveness program is at the mercy of the courts, and student loan borrowers could wait weeks, if not months, to learn whether the program will go into effect. Approximately 16 million people have already been eligible for up to $20,000 in federal student loan forgiveness – and … Read more

4 charts showing how tuition costs, student loan borrowing and aid have changed over time – CNN | Vette Leader

Washington CNN — College costs aren’t skyrocketing — at least for now, considering the average amount of scholarships students receive. Most schools offer scholarships, money that students do not have to pay back, making the actual amount they pay for college, known as the “net cost,” less than the published sticker price. A combination of … Read more

5 Things to Know for November 18th: Blizzard, Twitter, Student Loans, Home, North Korea – News-Daily.com | Vette Leader

As parts of the east coast face a spate of winter weather hazards this weekend, millions of people on the west coast will be under firewatch. In recent years, firefighters have been keen to try new technologies and tools to avert large wildfires. One solution combines drones with “dragon eggs,” which can help prevent extreme … Read more

5 things to know for November 18th: Blizzard, Twitter, Student Loans, Home, North Korea – The Albany Herald | Vette Leader

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5 things to know for November 18th: Blizzard, Twitter, Student Loans, House, North Korea – CNN | Vette Leader

CNN — As parts of the east coast face a spate of winter weather hazards this weekend, millions of people on the west coast will be under firewatch. In recent years, firefighters have been keen to try new technologies and tools to avert large wildfires. One solution combines drones with “dragon eggs,” which can help … Read more

5 things to know for November 11: Midterms, student loans, storm damage, prices, climate – CNN | Vette Leader

CNN — Today is Veterans Day, a US holiday honoring men and women who have served in the armed forces. Regional celebrations and events are scheduled to take place across the country to pay tribute to millions of American heroes. Admission to all US national parks is also free today – including the most popular … Read more

What student loan borrowers need to know after a federal court struck down Biden’s forgiveness program – CNN | Vette Leader

Washington CNN — Student loan borrowers are now waiting indefinitely to see if they can get debt relief under President Joe Biden’s student loan forgiveness program after a federal judge in Texas on Thursday struck down the program and declared it illegal. The Justice Department immediately appealed to the US Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals. … Read more

5 Things to Know for November 4th: Twitter, Flu, January 6th, Student Loans, Brittney Griner – CNN | Vette Leader

CNN — The giant rocket at the heart of NASA’s mission to return humans to the moon is rolled out of its hangar today. After a series of problems and bad weather thwarted the first two launch attempts, the agency has spent weeks troubleshooting and is now preparing for another attempt to lift the rocket … Read more

5 Things to Know for October 25: Rishi Sunak, Student Loans, Filming, Ukraine, Shampoo – CNN | Vette Leader

CNN — People who had a fever, chills or muscle aches after being given Covid-19 vaccines tend to show a stronger antibody response than those who had no symptoms at all, a new study shows. But if your arm wasn’t sore after the injection, don’t worry — the vaccine still elicits robust immune responses regardless … Read more