What's next for student debt relief; Number of homeless veterans drops : Here & Now Anytime NBC News senior congressional reporter Scott Wong and Radio Iowa news director Kay Henderson discuss the latest news from uncalled congressional races. Then, a judge in Texas has just dealt another blow to President Biden's student loan forgiveness plan. USA Today education reporter Chris Quintana explains what happens next in the legal fight as a pause on payments is set to expire in December. And, the Department of Veterans Affairs announced an 11% drop in homeless veterans since the start of the pandemic, the largest drop in more than half a decade. CEO of the National Coalition for Homeless Veterans Kathryn Monet talks about how this drop came to be but warns that it could be a temporary win.

What's next for student debt relief; Number of homeless veterans drops

What's next for student debt relief; Number of homeless veterans drops

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NBC News senior congressional reporter Scott Wong and Radio Iowa news director Kay Henderson discuss the latest news from uncalled congressional races.

Then, a judge in Texas has just dealt another blow to President Biden's student loan forgiveness plan. USA Today education reporter Chris Quintana explains what happens next in the legal fight as a pause on payments is set to expire in December.

And, the Department of Veterans Affairs announced an 11% drop in homeless veterans since the start of the pandemic, the largest drop in more than half a decade. CEO of the National Coalition for Homeless Veterans Kathryn Monet talks about how this drop came to be but warns that it could be a temporary win.

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