The Infowars host has been ordered to pay some $1.5 billion for lying to his audience about the Sandy Hook Elementary massacre.
A former U.S. attorney said the Infowars host is financially doomed even if he tries to wiggle his way out of paying nearly $1 billion in damages.
Before the student loan crisis exploded, Congress repeatedly passed laws making it harder to get rid of student debt.
He bashes "kangaroo court" on his podcast, aims to stiff Sandy Hook families who've been targeted with threats by his followers.
A last-minute bankruptcy filing by conspiracy theorist Alex Jones is an attempt to protect himself from potentially hundreds of millions in damages.
The 90-year-old beauty company is weighed down by a heavy debt load, disruptions to its supply chain network and surging costs.
The government completed the largest public debt restructuring in U.S. history Tuesday after announcing nearly seven years ago that it was unable to pay.
At least 88,000 former Scouts have come forward with claims of abuse, which led the group to declare bankruptcy last year.
A lot of sarcastic sympathy was extended to the gun lobbying group.
The National Rifle Association sought to move its operations to Texas from New York.