The latest news on loans
Fewer federal direct loans get approved, but fewer parents end up with a high student loan burden.
Economics 101 says rising mortgage rates reflect a strengthening economy.
Some of the same groups that fought today's hike to 6.8 percent fought for that rate not long ago.
A National Consumer Law Center study says many debt relief companies are profiting on student borrowers.
Nearly 50 percent of students leave college without a degree, but many still pile up student debt.
Allowing rates to double would be another self-inflicted wound to the national economy.
A look at whether young adults can sustain steep increases in tuition.
Many military members are guided into bad repayment decisions by loan servicers.
One policy organization proposes ways to simplify student loan borrowing and repayment.
The gender wage gap is part of the reason women are disproportionately affected by student loan debt.