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College Admissions Scandal Leads To More Probes, Class Action Lawsuit

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College Admissions Scandal Leads To More Probes, Class Action LawsuitWatch VideoThe fallout from the alleged college admissions scandal keeps expanding. 

Secretary Betsy DeVos said the Department of Education is launching its own investigation to find out if any federal regulations were violated. And on Wednesday, two Stanford University students filed a class action lawsuit. They claim...
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At least eight universities are named in the court documents, but USC and Georgetown have the highest number of allegedly scammed admissions.

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