University of Phoenix to pay $191 million for false advertising to recruit students

In this image, a campus sign reads "University of Phoenix"
The University of Phoenix Chicago Campus in Schaumburg, Illinois. Photo: Scott Olson/Getty Images

For-profit University of Phoenix said on Tuesday it will cancel $141 million in student debt in a settlement with the Federal Trade Commission, the Wall Street Journal reports.

Catch up quick: The FTC claims the University of Phoenix gave students the false impression — through deceptive advertisements — that the school worked with companies like Twitter, Microsoft and Adobe and could help them get jobs there, per the WSJ.

Public libraries are now mental health resource centers

Illustration of a book shelf with a health plus made from negative space.
Illustration: Aïda Amer/Axios

Libraries are taking on new duties as resources for people who need mental health help.

Why it works: "Most people feel very comfortable walking into a library to get information" as opposed to a clinic, New York City first lady Chirlane McCray, who helped spearhead one such initiative, tells Axios.