“I Can’t Even Retire If I Wanted To”: People With Student Loan Debt Get Real About Biden’s Plan Being On Hold
“To forgive me for $20,000 is nothing. I’m 61 years old. I have been working. I’ve been paying tax.”
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The furor over famous white women’s conservatism exposes the incoherent politics that an elite class keeps trying to sell.
“You feel the sense of danger — like, school does not feel safe.”
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“Why is it still this hard when we have so much?”
BuzzFeed News wants to know how you’re planning around all this uncertainty with federal student loans.
Inflation was the leading issue for many midterm voters. Any policy solutions, however, would take a long time to have an effect.
“[If] I pay the light bill this month and truck this month, then they just won’t get paid next month when I pay the mortgage.”
Record housing prices and rapidly rising interest rates have many people questioning the value and viability of homeownership: “We’re just house poor now."
Football has withstood criticism over how it handles the risk of brain damage. But the quarterback’s scary injury shatters any illusions about the sport’s safety.
The total cost of homeownership increased by hundreds of thousands of dollars due to rising mortgage rates this year.
We’re looking to talk to people whose changing schedules have affected pet care.
Did buying a home in the past two years turn out to be a questionable financial decision? BuzzFeed News would like to know why.
The blockbuster podcast Serial made Adnan Syed a household name. But its influence on true crime reporting isn’t so clear-cut.
Some users say dating apps like Positive Singles, which is geared toward people with herpes, offer community, while STI advocates say they unfairly perpetuate stigma.
“Not having to be someone's everything or have them be your everything means you can just be yourself.”
“I looked down and saw a pair of his ex’s dirty underwear next to my feet.”
It Takes Two, a video game about a married couple on the verge of divorce, is a fun but also frustrating depiction of a romantic relationship.
“At first it’s like, ‘Um, why are you talking to someone in prison?’”
“You want to know if they were a goofy nerd as a kid versus, like, if they hurt animals.”
Pointing with your mouth? Sounds about Filo.
"If I want a bagel in the morning, I’ll text the group chat or I’ll tweet and be like, ‘Good morning, I want a bagel and a coffee, send $25.'"
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Low resources? A lot of politics? Burnout? We want to hear from teachers.
“What do I have to do to qualify? Like, besides being a professional whore?”
You want me to sit on a patio and look attractive while sweat pools at the top of my buttcrack? Please be reasonable.
As San Francisco’s wealthy residents panic over property crime, some of the city’s less privileged can’t find ways to make ends meet.
“I think the eating disorder K-pop community is so big because the behaviors that we do are so normalized by K-pop idols.”
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