Josh Mitchell

Wall Street Journal

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Reporter for the Wall Street Journal, focusing on higher-education policy

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Stocks tumbled today. Are we heading toward a recession?

The stock market has spent the last 10 years going up and up. But today was the worst day of the year on Wall Street.

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Pell Grants for Prisoners?

Pell Grants are for students who can't afford college.

from To the Point

Pell Grants are for students who can't afford college.

Pell Grants for Prisoners?

Pell Grants are for students who can't afford college.

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