12:30 pm, July 18th | by Grace Rasmus
The decision, which will reportedly decrease the deficit by $715 million over the next decade, will offer students better rates on their loans this fall, but probably assign higher rates in coming years. The deal will officially be voted on as early as Thursday and is predicated to pass.
11:05 am, June 11th | by Grace Rasmus
Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) ponsored a bill that would freeze interest rates for federal loans at 3.4 percent for two years. The GOP blocked this proposal on Thursday
2:00 pm, July 15th | by Laura Donovan
The Elizabeth Warren/Scott Brown race gets more intense by the day, especially as the female Democrat continues to school her opponent in fundraising, but the butting heads aren’t so different after all, as they have something rather significant in common.
11:46 am, July 9th | by Laura Donovan
The ongoing Senate battle between Scott Brown and Elizabeth Warren just got more interesting. Warren, who has been the subject of frivolous heritage talk this election season and is well-loved among the Hollywood elite, has raised more than $8.6 million for her campaign in the second quarter of 2012, exceeding her first quarter fundraising by $1.7 million.
9:30 am, June 28th | by Laura Donovan
High school graduation season has ended, but memories from one’s formative years never go away–and the same goes for pictures from that time period. It’s fun to look at old snapshots of successful female ladies and wonder whether they knew as kids that they’d lead amazing, high profile lives. Many of them were high achievers from the start, so they probably always had an inkling that good things would come their way. Echoing Mediaite‘s new post on media personalities in high school, here are a few photos of our favorite political women during their late teens.
7:00 pm, May 8th | by Laura Donovan
Given the tense state of the ongoing Scott Brown/Elizabeth Warren war and the Republican Senate candidate’s complaints about the Harvard University professor’s popularity among celebrities, it’s safe to assume Brown will be livid when he hears that “The Office” star John Krasinski, “Good Will Hunting” actor Matt Damon, and “The Town” star Ben Affleck are hosting a big fundraiser for Warren in southern California.
9:58 am, May 4th | by Laura Donovan
With the buzz surrounding Massachusetts Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren’s Native American status, it was only a matter of time before a television anchor made a wisecrack pertaining to the heritage. That honor goes to Fox’s Megyn Kelly.
9:30 am, May 2nd | by Laura Donovan
Most great figures have small beginnings. Case in point: Massachusetts Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren, who is currently in a tight race with rival Scott Brown.
10:30 am, April 23rd | by Laura Donovan
Massachusetts Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren may be wealthy now, but she wasn’t always well off. In a new campaign ad, the Oklahoma City native says that she moved up in part thanks to the country’s investment in “kids like [her].”
4:30 pm, April 21st | by Laura Donovan
Have you been wondering about the latest the ever-so-nasty Elizabeth Warren/Scott Brown feud? As we’ve mentioned before, the two Massachusetts Senate seat competitors aren’t so good at playing nice with each other, and the most recent insult has come from Brown’s team. The conservative politician’s campaign manager said in a statement that Warren is hypocritical for not paying more taxes than the state requires.