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As Brexit Stalls, Supporters Protest Betrayal of Their Dream

As Brexit Stalls, Supporters Protest Betrayal of Their Dream

By Jill Lawless | Mar 16
With Britain's departure from the European Union likely to be put on hold, some Brexit supporters fear their dream is dying.

AP Fact Check: Immigrants Won't Get Better Tuition than Vets

AP Fact Check: Immigrants Won't Get Better Tuition than Vets

By Amanda Seitz and Scott Bauer | Mar 15
Wisconsin Republicans are decrying a policy that would grant in-state tuition at public colleges to non-U.S. citizens. State Republicans who oppose the measure falsely said the immigrants will get a better deal on tuition than vets.

Why College Students Take on Loans They Can't Repay

Why College Students Take on Loans They Can't Repay

By Teddy Nykiel, NerdWallet | Mar 15
Japanese entertainment company Sega has cancelled shipments of its video game "Judgment," also known as "Judge Eyes," after one of its actors was arrested on drug charges.

Brexit Uncertainty Means Anxiety for Some UK Students

Brexit Uncertainty Means Anxiety for Some UK Students

By Renee Graham and Gregory Katz | Mar 15
It bills itself as the U.K.'s European university because of its study centers in France, Italy, Belgium and Greece. But now the uncertainty over Brexit is creating anxiety for students at the University of Kent.

Trump says Britain's Brexit Debate is Tearing Country Apart

Trump says Britain's Brexit Debate is Tearing Country Apart

Mar 14
President Donald Trump said Thursday that Britain's debate over leaving the European Union is "tearing the country apart."

UK Likely to Slam Brakes on Brexit, but What Comes Next?

UK Likely to Slam Brakes on Brexit, but What Comes Next?

By Jill Lawless | Mar 14
British lawmakers look set to put the brakes on Brexit — for now. Parliament is due to vote Thursday on whether to ask the European Union to delay the U.K.'s exit, due in just over two weeks on March 29.

No Dental Insurance? Discount Plans Can Provide Savings

No Dental Insurance? Discount Plans Can Provide Savings

By Matthew Perrone | Mar 14
Dental discount plans are a lesser-known option, used by just 5 percent of patients with private dental benefits, according to the latest survey figures from the National Association of Dental Plans.

UK Lawmakers Vote Against No-Deal Brexit, Now Aim for Delay

UK Lawmakers Vote Against No-Deal Brexit, Now Aim for Delay

By Jill Lawless and Raf Casert | Mar 14
In a tentative first step toward ending months of political deadlock, British lawmakers voted Wednesday to block the country from leaving the European Union without a divorce agreement.

EU Plans for Chaotic Brexit as UK Readies for No-Deal Vote

EU Plans for Chaotic Brexit as UK Readies for No-Deal Vote

By Raf Casert and Danica Kirka | Mar 13
European Union officials on Wednesday criticized the U.K. Parliament for rejecting a Brexit deal for a second time as the bloc prepared for a chaotic, cliff-edge departure.

Liz Weston: Can Your Employer Cure Your Money Woes?

Liz Weston: Can Your Employer Cure Your Money Woes?

By Liz Weston | Mar 13
Millions of Americans get their health insurance and retirement accounts through their employers. Now some are getting help with their debt.

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