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Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders speaks during a town hall at the University of South Carolina. Sanders promotes the idea of free college education for all. Evan Vucci/AP hide caption

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Fact-Check: Bernie Sanders Promises Free College. Will It Work?

A top education analyst says the U.S. probably could get some more people through college by footing the bill, and it would probably pay for itself. But it isn't an open-and-shut case.

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Body Scanners And Explosives: TSA Starts Academy For Screeners

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Space Archaeologist Wants Your Help To Find Ancient Sites

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Photos: 3 Very Different Views Of Japanese Internment

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For Fertility Treatment, Wounded Veterans Have To Pay The Bill

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Fact-Check: Bernie Sanders Promises Free College. Will It Work?

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