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Heavy Student Loan Debt Forces Many Millennials To Delay Buying Homes

The Federal Reserve says the big increase in student loan debt is creating a noticeable dent in younger people's ability to buy homes. But economists say millennials may eventually catch up.

There are still burned out cars, school buses, and toxic debris all over Paradise, Calif. Neighborhoods remain unrecognizable to even longtime residents. Alisa Barba/NPR hide caption

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For Many Fire Evacuees, There's Still No Going Back To Paradise

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As in Dan Gilroy's previous film, Jake Gyllenhaal stars in the comedy-horror hybrid Velvet Buzzsaw. Gyllenhaal plays an art critic named Morf, while Zawe Ashton plays gallery assistant Josephina. Claudette Barius/Netflix hide caption

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Both Satire And Slasher, 'Velvet Buzzsaw' Sends Up Contemporary Art

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Both Satire And Slasher, 'Velvet Buzzsaw' Sends Up Contemporary Art

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