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High school football player dies two days after injury in gameITT Tech: The for-profit college that went up in smoke
Andre Jackson, a high school football player in Ohio, died two days after sustaining an injury in a Friday night game.
Two years before the government pulled the plug on its funding, the for-profit school faced lawsuits over how it misled students about the quality of its programs and job placement rates.
Multistate E. coli outbreak leads to meat recallWhat you need to know to get the most financial aid
Beef products are probably the cause of an E. coli outbreak that has sickened seven people in four states, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The nationwide college financial aid form, FAFSA, has changed. That means you need to apply earlier -- as soon as October 1. Here's what you need to know.
Student suspended after she takes photo of school's dirty water The skill employers really want from new recruits
The school, like many around the nation, has a rule that prohibits the use of cell phones inside restrooms to respect the privacy of others.
Companies are finding it ever harder to recruit people with resilience.
101-year-old gets one last ride on a Harley Feds pull the plug on ITT Tech's accrediting agency
Veteran, centenarian and Harley lover Ray Weser got to go on one last roaring motorcycle ride.
The Department of Education revoked its recognition of the accreditor ACICS, the agency that gave the now defunct ITT Tech and Corinthian for-profit schools stamps of approval. About 245 other schools are at risk of losing accreditation.
Could another person's feces help you lose weight?Here's some good news for house hunters
A study links the diversity of bacteria in feces with a person's weight, and scientists think transplants to widen the variety could help prevent obesity.
Incomes rose faster than home values last year, according to a new Zillow report, which is good news for home buyers.
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