That’s the year Gifford, who played both offense and defense, led the New York Giants to an NFL championship (it wasn’t called the Super Bowl back then).
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It's shade balls
Los Angeles is using 96 million “shade balls” to help with water conservation. They’re tiny, plastic balls that block sunlight to slow evaporation, according to the Los Angeles Times.
It’s a move that separates the company’s core advertising-driven businesses from its more experimental projects. Don’t worry, the Google name still exists; Google Inc. is just now the largest subsidiary of Alphabet.
They are Carter, 90; George H.W. Bush, 91; Bill Clinton, 68; and George W. Bush, 69. Carter served as president from 1977 to 1981.
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It's Tom Brady
A federal judge on Wednesday grilled an attorney representing the NFL over the lack of direct evidence linking New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady to under-inflated footballs used during the AFC Championship game. Meanwhile, the artist who drew the sketch, Jane Rosenberg, told the New York Times, “I apologize to Tom Brady for not making him as good-looking as he is.”
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It's Naomi Campbell
Campbell covered the September issue in 1989 and Halle Berry was the second black woman to land the spot, in 2010. Check out Beyonce’s cover here.
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The partnership will allow Sesame Street to almost double its episodes per season, producing 35 episodes a year, up from 18.
The moves have sparked fears “that the world’s second largest economy is in worse shape than investors believed,” The Guardian writes.