STUDENT-LOAN PLAN: President Barack Obama today will announce a plan to extend student debt relief to Americans. "The plan would allow as many as five million more Americans with federal student loans to enroll in "Pay As You Earn," a program that caps borrowers' monthly student-loan bills at 10% of their income," writes Alan Zibel: Alan Zibel for The Wall Street Journal: Student Debt Relief to Expand
POSSIBLE SOLUTION: Lawmakers have proposed eliminating Saturday delivery service from the United States Postal Service and using the savings to fund the nearly-bankrupt highway trust fund. This move could save USPS $2 billion per year: Lisa Rein for The Washington Post: USPS supports five-day delivery swap with highway fund boost
BIPARTISAN STROLL: Vice President Joe Biden and Sen. John McCain walked together to a reception for the new Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko: Sarah Eberspacher for The Week: Vice President Biden and Senator McCain take impromptu bipartisan stroll
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STAT OF THE DAY: Unemployed Americans are more than twice as likely as those with full-time jobs to say they currently have or are being treated for depression — 12.4 percent vs. 5.6 percent: Steve Crabtree for Gallup: In U.S., Depression Rates Higher for Long-Term Unemployed