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Hour A, Segment 1
Earthquake in Turkey
Occupy protesters clash with police
College costs skyrocket
Rick Perry unveils economic plan
- A new report from the College Board says college costs are continuing to rise sharply.
- Neal McCluskey of the Cato Institute's Center for Educational Freedom argues that one of the main drivers of higher education costs is abundant student aid, much of it coming from Washington. McCluskey is the author of this new report: "How Much Ivory Does This Tower Need? What We Spend on, and Get from, Higher Education" (PDF).
- Read more about presidential candidate Rick Perry's new economic plan, dubbed "Cut, Balance, and Grow."