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Tenative Deal on Student Loans, Says AP Sources

Congressional leaders have reached tentative deals that would prevent a doubling of student loan interest rates and revamp the nation's transportation programs, congressional officials said Wednesday.

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Negotiators Closing In on Student Loan Deal

Congressional bargainers are closing in on an agreement that would head off a July 1 doubling of interest rates on federal loans to 7.4 million college students.

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Student Loan Deal Seems Near

Congressional bargainers seem near an agreement that would avert a July 1 doubling of interest rates on federal loans to 7.4 million college students and end an election-year battle between President Barack Obama and Congress, Senate aides from both parties said Friday.

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The Student Loan Crisis: Is There Any Hope? [AUDIO]

Millions of young people continue to wrestle with the huge problem of student loan debt. A former Jersey Director of Consumer Affairs says he has an idea that might help.

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Economic Uncertainty Looms Ahead [POLL/AUDIO]

There's a tide of economic uncertainty coming in by year's end, and it may affect your taxes, job growth and a lot of other economic issues by 2013.

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Congressional GOP Makes New Offer on Student Loans

Top congressional Republicans are making a new offer to President Barack Obama in the fight over interest rates for 7.4 million students with federal college loans.

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U.S. Senate Rejects Competing Plans on Student Loans

The Senate has rejected Democratic and Republican plans for averting a doubling of interest rates on federal college loans for 7.4 million students.

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Student Loan Interest Rate Angst Grows [AUDIO]

Unless Congress takes quick action, which doesn't seem likely, the student loan interest rate will double from 3.4% to 6.8% come July 1st.

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Jersey Higher Ed Leaders Worried About Looming Student Loan Interest Rate Spike

There is growing concern – on college campuses in Jersey and across the country – about the possibility that student loan rates could double this summer.

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Will College Student Loan Rates Double?

An imminent interest rate hike on federally-subsidized Stafford Loans issued after July 1, 2012 would affect student borrowers and universities.

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