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Facebook Fights ISIS, Blocks Merchandise Sellers

Welcome to #theBrief, the four stories to know about right now—from the editors of TIME

Here are the stories TIME is watching this Wednesday, June 25.

The Supreme Court delivered two major decisions, ruling that Aereo is violating copyright law and must pay broadcasters for the television programs it takes from the airwaves. The court also ruled police cannot search cell phones without a warrant, except in extraordinary circumstances.

Establishment Republicans let out a sigh of relief after incumbent Thad Cochran beat Tea Party challenger Chris McDaniel in the hotly contested Mississippi runoff election.

Facebook joined the fight against terrorism by removing ISIS merchandise sellers from their website while American troops hit the ground in Iraq.

And finally, Luis Suarez chomped down on an opposing player’s shoulder during a World Cup match Tuesday.

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