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How a Kentucky college has offered tuition-free education for more than a century

For American college students, a degree often comes with massive debt accumulated to pay tuition and other expenses. Last year, student debt in the U.S. topped $1.5 trillion and the average student

Deported from the U.S., now answering your calls

When U.S. consumers call about a hotel reservation or an airline flight, there's a good chance a deportee in El Salvador is on the other end of the line

The exciting world of podcasts

David Pogue explores the explosion in popularity of audio podcasts, running the gamut from news and true crime to comedy and knitting. Pogue talks with Alex Blumberg and Matt Lieber, cofounders of

This college has stayed tuition-free for more than a century

Berea College students are mostly from central and southern Appalachia and all of their families earn an average of $29,000 a year

Government shutdown, TSA absenteeism spark travel industry fears

The potential for longer airport security lines is raising concerns for the travel industry, including flight restrictions

Facebook may face a record FTC fine over privacy lapses

The FTC is reportedly considering the record fine due to Facebook's Cambridge Analytica scandal

A new billionaire is minted every 2 days as the poor lose wealth

The economy is rewarding the wealthy like never before, but most of the world's population is poorer than ever

Swank NY eatery said to ban solo females from bar

Scorching Yelp reviews follow report that Manhattan's Nello has imposed gender-specific rules for dining alone at bar

For $1, or less than a pizza slice, you can buy a house in Italy

A semi-abandoned town in Italy is selling homes for about $1 each -- but there are some catches

AeroMexico ad offers "DNA discounts"

The ad finishes with the tagline, "There are no borders within us" – an apparent dig at President Trump's pursuit of a border wall between U.S. and Mexico

Sony Music reportedly drops R. Kelly

Industry reports say Sony has parted ways with embattled singer R. Kelly, who faces allegations of sexual misconduct

PayPal offers cash advances to government workers

Company commits $25 million to program to help federal employees stuck without paychecks in fourth week of D.C. impasse

Stocks' message to Washington: Stay shut

Four weeks into the longest shutdown in U.S. history, stocks are up more than 10 percent

Sears creditors allege Eddie Lampert lining "own pockets"

Legal challenge by committee pushing to liquidate retailer's remaining assets, including 425 stores that employ 45,000

Creditors: bid to save Sears has Lampert, hedge fund lining "own pockets"

Legal challenge by committee pushing to liquidate retailer's remaining assets, including 425 stores that employ 45,000

Obamacare premiums could increase slightly next year

A proposed rule change would result in a modest premium increase under the Affordable Care Act

Perdue recalls chicken nuggets for possible wood contamination

Company reports customer complaints that wood was found in its gluten-free Organics Breaded Chicken Breast Nuggets

Netflix beats expectations for subscribers, undershoots revenue

The streaming service, which added 8.8 million new users in the last quarter, recently hiked its monthly fees

Furloughed? What to know about collecting unemployment

As more and more federal workers apply for unemployment to make ends meet, snags in the system are showing

Hilton dishwasher awarded $21.5 million for having to work Sundays

The dishwasher, a devout Christian, sued after the hotel assigned shifts on Sundays and eventually fired her