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Seinfeld, in all its eight-season glory, hit Hulu today. See you in a few weeks. (USA Today)

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—An autopsy of Freddie Grey revealed that he was killed by one "high-energy injury" to his neck and spine, which is suspected to have occurred when the police van made a fast stop. Regardless his death is being ruled a homicide, since police officers didn't take the necessary precautions. (Baltimore Sun)

—Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal is expected to announce his bid for presidential candidate today. (New York Times)

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—Etsy, Walmart, eBay, Sears, and Amazon have banned the sale of Confederate flags in solidarity with protests against the flag after the shooting in Charleston last week. (Wired)

—Anyone looking for their next Kit Harington fix can get it on new thriller Brimstone. (The Hollywood Reporter)

—A severe heat wave in Pakistan, where temperatures have soared as high as 113 degrees, has killed nearly 750 people. (The Guardian)

—Yikes. Photos have emerged of New York Times editors making fun of mass killings. (Gawker)

—There are going to be *more* Spider-Man movies, and the titular role will be played by 19-year-old Brit Tom Holland. (Variety)

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