(NEW YORK) -- Delivering on long-awaited improvements, the Department of Education will soon release a streamlined version of its widely used college financial aid form, known as the FAFSA, to less than 20 questions that could take some people just 10 minutes to fill... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- The watchdog report released Tuesday that revealed how some $200 billion in COVID-19 aid was potentially misspent threw into sharper relief how one pandemic-era program emerged above all others as a magnet for fraudsters: the Economic Injury Disaster Loan program, or EIDL.Launched in... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Everyone has different relationships with diet and sugar, but when that sweet tooth turns on, it can be hard to combat cravings in a healthy way.ABC News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jennifer Ashton lent her expertise as a nutritionist to break... Read More.
(ATLANTA) -- President Joe Biden on Sunday delivered a sermon at Martin Luther King Jr.'s former church in Atlanta, celebrating the late civil rights leader's life and legacy and reflecting on the progress that Biden said was still left to be made.Speaking at Ebenezer... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- President Joe Biden on Monday asked Congress to intervene and avert a potential strike of the nation's railway workers -- which could upend huge parts of the economy that depend on freight to move goods -- by forcing the workers' unions to... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- Karine Jean-Pierre, the first openly gay White House press secretary, marked National Coming Out Day on Tuesday with a personal story -- sharing in a series of tweets and then remarks to reporters how "coming out wasn't an easy thing to do."On... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- Biden administration officials on Tuesday previewed the Department of Education's much anticipated student loan forgiveness application process, which they said would be "easy," "straightforward" and resistant to fraud.But the officials did not signal when the loan cancellation applications would be available online... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- Several Republicans who were nominated as firebrands in purple states are now eyeing post-primary messaging pivots in a policy acrobatics routine that could determine the outcome of marquee races.Politicians modulating their campaign strategy after winning their party's nomination is a tale as... Read More.