Nancy Cook

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Biden Considers New Pause On Paying Back Student Loans, $10,000 Relief

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The current moratorium on student loan payments expires Aug. 31.

Biden Drags His Feet On Student Loan Plan As Allies Urge Bold Action

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President Joe Biden has not made up his mind about many details of the plan, including how much debt to forgive.

Biden Eyes Targeted Student-Loan Forgiveness Starting At $10,000

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President Joe Biden rejected a proposal by progressives to forgive $50,000 of debt per borrower.

Biden Will Nominate Michael Barr As Fed's Banking Supervisor

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Barr is one of the architects of the Dodd-Frank Act of 2010.

White House Banks On ‘Price Signals' To Avert Food Shortage

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The war in Ukraine is disrupting one of the world's breadbaskets and denting the market for fertilizer, causing shortages.

Fiscal Cliff Nears For U.S. Families As Pandemic Benefits Fade

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The temporary moratorium on federal student loan payments expires at the end of the month.

Biden Keeps Powell As Fed Chief, Elevates Brainard To Vice Chair

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A Republican, Jerome Powell faces what will likely be a smooth confirmation in the Senate.

Biden Inches Closer To Naming Next Federal Reserve Chair, Other Picks

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It remains unclear whether he's leaning toward reappointing Jerome Powell as Fed chair.

NYU Professor At White House Finds Democrats Wary Of Taxing Rich

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Many farm-state and moderate Democrats are concerned about safeguarding family farms and businesses.

Biden Last-Ditch Effort To Stop Evictions Frustrates Allies

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Democratic lawmakers are divided on how much longer the moratorium should remain in place.

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