Loan programs

U.S. Suspends Lender Access to Borrower Database

Spellings announces move in letter that defends Education Department oversight, drawing Congressional rebuke.

Calling Out Spellings on Student Loans

Accusing U.S. officials of inadequate oversight, leading House lawmaker urges Education Department to adopt "emergency" reforms.

The Battle Is Joined

N.Y. attorney general announces plan to sue his first college in loan inquiry, and his target, Drexel U., vows to fight back.

Updates on the Loan Scandal

Another attorney general gets into the game, and a federal rule making process collapses.

The Cuomo Effect Spreads

Attorneys general in Ill. and Mo. embrace N.Y. official's student loan inquiry, as peers elsewhere distance themselves.

Preemptive Strike on Student Loans

On eve of House hearing, Education Department creates a special panel; financial aid group considers changes.

Mr. Cuomo Comes to Washington

Testifying before House panel, New York attorney general discusses student loan inquiry and lax U.S. oversight.

New Targets in Loan Inquiry

New York's Cuomo takes aim at college alumni associations and at Nebraska lender largely cleared by its own state's attorney general.

Another Lender Relationship Questioned

Latest twist in student loan inquiry finds N.J. guarantee agency profited from Sallie Mae and Nelnet loans it helped market.

House to Act Fast on Student Loans

Bipartisan bill would ban lender gifts to colleges and service on advisory boards; U.S. student loan official quits.


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