Students or adult professionals who turn to the internet for online degrees promising brighter futures in a matter of weeks--or even days--should think twice when presented with offers that appear too good to be true, U.S. Department of Education (ED) officials say.

ED on Feb. 1 unveiled a new web site, intended to crack down on the swath of phony online degrees that have begun cropping up in both private and public sector jobs in recent months. Rather than take a job applicant's word for it, employers now have at their disposal a master list of...

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