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'Higher Ed Hustle,' a Miami Herald investigation

Florida's for-profit college industry is a marketing juggernaut and political powerhouse. But some former employees say their schools deceived students, or committed outright fraud. And some students found their degrees didn't lead to careers when they entered the job market.

'Higher Ed Hustle,' a Miami Herald investigation

Florida's for-profit college industry is a marketing juggernaut and political powerhouse. But some former employees say their schools deceived students, or committed outright fraud. And some students found their degrees didn't lead to careers when they entered the job market.

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'Higher Ed Hustle,' a Miami Herald investigation

Florida's for-profit college industry is a marketing juggernaut and political powerhouse. But some former employees say their schools deceived students, or committed outright fraud. And some students found their degrees didn't lead to careers when they entered the job market.

'Higher Ed Hustle,' a Miami Herald investigation

Florida's for-profit college industry is a marketing juggernaut and political powerhouse. But some former employees say their schools deceived students, or committed outright fraud. And some students found their degrees didn't lead to careers when they entered the job market.

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Pope Francis will have unusual clout in Cuba

When Pope Francis goes to Cuba in September, he will have a larger-than-usual influence over the Cuban government: he has been a champion of dialogue with the island’s regime and strong critic of the U.S. trade embargo since he authored a little-known book on Cuba in 1998.

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Argentine prosecutor rejects case against president

An Argentine prosecutor on Monday dismissed accusations against President Cristina Fernandez that she helped shield Iranian officials allegedly behind the 1994 bombing of a Jewish center, effectively putting an end to a case that had exposed deep divisions in the South American nation.

Argentine prosecutor rejects case against president

An Argentine prosecutor on Monday dismissed accusations against President Cristina Fernandez that she helped shield Iranian officials allegedly behind the 1994 bombing of a Jewish center, effectively putting an end to a case that had exposed deep divisions in the South American nation.

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