If the presidential contest in Virginia is as close as polls show, the outcome might be determined by a folksy ex-congressman with a country twang who has been a Democrat, an independent and a Republican and may now earn a new label: spoiler.
Seven of 12 for-profit colleges attended online by undercover U.S. investigators violated school policies on cheating, grading standards and loan counseling, a report by the Government Accountability Office found.
Executive pay at for-profit colleges is being investigated by the ranking member of a congressional oversight committee, who said “lavish” compensation at the schools bears little relationship to academic well-being.
Eight for-profit colleges, led by Apollo Group Inc.’s University of Phoenix, collected about $1 billion in education benefits for U.S. veterans in the most recent academic year, according to a Senate report.
Photographers and tourists swarmed former President Bill Clinton as he admired a Day-Glo orange electric car, barely bigger than a golf cart, parked in Times Square. As cameras flashed, best pal Terry McAuliffe gave Clinton a personal tour of his latest project, proudly describing the tiny car’s features as if it were a new baby.