“Turkey’s agreement to let NATO invite Finland and Sweden to join is excellent news for the free world. True, we should be curious about any secret agreements that may have been made, and at whose expense (e.g., the Kurds), but, nonetheless, the overall picture is bright.”
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Tech companies like Meta can hide details about how posts or keywords have been promoted or hidden from view, said Brooke Erin Duffy, a professor at Cornell University who studies social media.
Sherry Colb, S.C. Wong professor of law at Cornell Law School, argues that even pro-life Americans should find the ruling deeply troubling because it treats the sacrifice that women undertake in reproduction as if it were a minor inconvenience. In particular, the opinion manifests no appreciation for what women who do not want to be pregnant endure when the government compels that status upon them.
“Unless there is something to arrest that process, we would end up with giant planets mostly close to their host stars,” said Jonathan Lunine, an astronomer at Cornell University. “Is inward migration really a necessary outcome of the growth of an isolated giant planet? What are the combinations of multiple giant planets that could arrest that migration? It’s a great problem.”
“I think that the sense that court consists of Republicans and Democrats, conservatives and liberals, is accurate and growing,” said Michael Dorf, professor of law.
Sharon Sassler, professor of public policy, says, “Rent costs have a far more pernicious effect on the less educated — especially when it comes to relationship progression and stability.”
Eswar Prasad, professor of international trade policy and economics, discusses the politics the Fed will have to consider when dealing with inflation ahead of the midterm elections.
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