The private loan servicing company drawing the most complaints is Navient.
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President Donald Trump and Chuck Schumer are using the language of the web to end the shutdown stalemate.
Banned since 2011, pork-barrel spending may well help Congress pass bills on schedule. Now, a powerful Democratic lawmaker said she'd like to resurrect the practice to make passing budgets easier.
An inside look at swearing-in day.
Advocates praise new option for agency employees who feel gagged.
Most Congresses since the 1970s have passed more than 500 laws, ranging from nuclear disarmament to deficit reduction. Will today's bitter partisanship hamstring the new Congress' productivity?
Reforms are part of large package they say is essential to "restoring integrity in government."
Shutdown Roundup: Discounts for Furloughed Feds, Troubles in Indian Country and National Zoo Animals Need to Be Fed
The shutdown is affecting civil servants, contractors and citizens throughout the United States as it enters its third week.
Some 100 whistleblowers told Judiciary panel of waste, wrongful hiring, retaliation.
The shutdown is undercutting the Democrats’ moment of triumph, muddling their opportunity to drive the national debate on their own terms.