If You Have a Student loan, Here’s what Happens When the FED Lowers Rates

If you borrowed money to attend college, you most likely won’t feel any impact from the Federal Reserve’s interest rate cut.

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Fauci: ‘I don’t Understand Why’ Every state Hasn’t Issued Stay-At-Home Orders

The nation’s top infectious disease expert said Thursday he doesn’t understand why every state hasn’t issued stay-at-home orders as novel coronavirus cases continue to surge across the US.

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Infrastructure Often Embraced by both Parties, to no Avail

President Donald Trump wants to spend $2 trillion on infrastructure projects to create jobs and help the collapsing economy rebuild from the coronavirus’ stunning blows. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says that seems about right.

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Trump Projects Up To 240,000 Coronavirus Deaths in U.S., Even with Mitigation Efforts

President Trump and the physicians advising the federal pandemic response on Tuesday delivered a bleak outlook for the novel coronavirus’s spread across the country, predicting a best-case scenario of 100,000 to 240,000 fatalities in the United States and summoning all Americans to make additional sacrifices to slow the spread.

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Trump Calls For $2 Trillion Infrastructure Bill To Help Economy During Coronavirus

President Donald Trump on Tuesday said Congress should pass a $2 trillion spending plan to update the country’s roads, bridges and other infrastructure, calling for it to be included in the next bill lawmakers are currently drafting to respond to the coronavirus crisis, which they refer to as Phase 4.

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What Would Happen If ‘Fracking’ for Oil and Natural Gas Was Banned?

All of the presumptive Democrat Presidential candidates and the two remaining – Joseph Biden and Bernie Sanders — would essentially ban fracking in the U.S., as would many other politicians and activists.

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