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Call the team at American Eagle dot com at 8 7 7 web 9 one that's 8 7 7 web now one. This is WTO news. 8 23 here on WTO, The White House is going to ask the U.S. Supreme Court to reinstate the president's student debt cancellation plan. The Justice Department is fighting to give Biden's plan alive after it was halted by two federal courts in recent weeks. It is asked a federal appeals court in New Orleans to suspend a decision striking down Biden's plan, and in the same filing it announced it intends to ask the Supreme Court to overturn a St. Louis appeals court that halted the plan. The filing warned that Americans will face financial strain if the plan remains stalled in court when loan payments are scheduled to restart in January. Almost 26 million people already have applied for the relief with 16 million of route. Norman hall, Washington. Virginia's attorney general has agreed to investigate events leading to the shooting deaths of three University of Virginia students and the wounding of two others. After returning to campus on a charter bus late in the weekend, the request came in from UVA leadership. In a letter to Virginia, attorney general Jason miara is the president and the rector of UVA, ask him to appoint an outside special counsel to review the school's response to the shooting and the university's efforts to assess the potential threat posed by the accused shooter Christopher Darnell Jones. It came to life this week that the university's student affairs office was aware of a weapons possession conviction against Jones in February 2021, but failed to notify the university judiciary committee. That student run body could have enacted disciplinary action against Jones. UVA is also asking the special counsel to review university policies and procedures and recommend any areas for improvement. Sarah Jacobs news. A lot of wine is going to be poured in about a week as the nation sits down to Thanksgiving dinner. The election information website wise voter looked at the most popular types of wine state by state across the country. It says the most popular wine in Maryland is Sauvignon blanc, followed by Pinot Noir and Cabernet Sauvignon for Virginia Pino is the one that came in first, then Sauvignon blanc and Cabernet, D.C. was not included in this research. I'm going to send an email to the company here and make sure they start, including the nation's capital. By the way, the state that consumes the most wine per CAPiTA is Idaho and the state where people drink the least amount is

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