Jennifer Char went to Westwood College in Atlanta, dreaming of becoming a graphic artist. Today she is selling beauty products and wondering whether the two years she spent at the school, which will permanently close its doors next month, were worthwhile. “I felt that some of the classes were more like electives [optional courses] for high school, or unnecessary for my degree,” she says, explaining that she left the course with too small a portfolio of work to show employers.
Donald Trump suffered a big blow as Republican leaders postponed a vote on the party's healthcare Bill following their failure to unite conservatives around the effort to replace the Obamacare law that they had spent years vowing to repeal.
Legal move would risk biggest WTO dispute; Trump urged to back historic shake-up Lawyers for the EU and other trading partners have begun laying the groundwork for a legal challenge to a US border tax proposal that could trigger the biggest case in World Trade Organisation history.