NTD Good Morning Full Broadcast (Nov. 11)

A federal judge in Texas has ruled on President Biden’s plan to cancel hundreds of billions of dollars in student loan debt. He says the program is unlawful and must be vacated.

It’s the first November hurricane to hit the United States in nearly four decades. At least two people are dead. Find out more about Tropical Depression Nicole that hit Florida on Nov. 10.

The balance of power in the U.S. Senate could come down to Georgia. But the runoff between Sen. Raphael Warnock and Herschel Walker is still four weeks away. Both candidates will hit the campaign trail hard until then. NTD has highlights from their events on Nov. 10.

Topics in this episode include:

1. Two Dead After ‘Nicole’ Hits Florida’s East Coast
2. Federal Judge Rules Biden’s Debt Cancellation Unlawful
3. Oregon Governor’s Race
4. Georgia’s US Senate Candidates Stay on Campaign Trail
5. Waiting Game in Arizona and Nevada
6. Video: Illegal Campaigning at Polling Center?
7. Trump Confirms ‘Special Announcement’ on Nov. 15
8. ‘Moms for Liberty’ Celebrates Success
9. Musk: Twitter Bankruptcy a Possibility
10. Boston to Pay $2.1 Million to Christian Legal Organization
11. California Sues Companies Over Use of ‘Forever’ Chemicals
12. CA: County Court Dismisses Cases, DA Appeals
13. Part of Exploded ‘Challenger’ Space Shuttle Found
14. The Last Bookstore in California Resort Town

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