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It’s Merrick Garland, a chief federal appeals court judge.
Garland, 63, is a surprising pick from a president who has discussed his desire to remake the federal courts — both in terms of traditional diversity but also in terms of experiential diversity.
The first Russian warplanes left Syria less than 24 hours after Putin announced Russia would pull most of its military out of the war zone. Moscow began conducting airstrikes in September to help Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's offensive against rebel and jihadist groups.
It's South Africa.
FIFA admitted for the first time Wednesday that its officials accepted bribes in exchange for awarding World Cup hosting, including a $10 million bribe from South Africa to host the 2010 World Cup.
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It's government corruption.
The demonstrators are calling for President Dilma Rousseff to be impeached and for stronger investigations into money laundering and corruption.
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It’ll shut down its breeding facilities for good.It’ll phase out its theatrical killer whale shows.It’ll no longer breed the orcas in captivity.All of the above
It's all of the above.
SeaWorld said it will no longer breed the orcas in captivity and will phase out its theatrical shows. The company said it planned to replace these shows with “new inspiring, natural orca encounters.”
It's introducing an algorithm.It's making you pay for premium filters.It's removing ads and sponsored posts.It's partnering with Tinder.
It's that it's introducing an algorithm.
The platform says it will reorder posts to display “the moments we believe you will care about the most.” With the move, Instagram becomes the latest social platform to introduce algorithmic filtering to its feed.
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It's Indiana Jones.
Ford will return as Indiana Jones in the series’ fifth film. Steven Spielberg, who directed all four previous films, will helm the as-yet-untitled project.