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Have been up for best drama, but it's bizarrely relegated to foreign language. Thankfully, three women are up for best director Regina King's one night in Miami. Chloe's Owls, Nomad Land and Emeralds. Banales promising young woman, though I would have made 1/4 spot for Kelly Records. First Cow and I was glad to see Palm Springs and Borat nominated for best Picture comedy musical, but they'll have to go through Hamilton, which isn't even eligible for the Oscars. Jason Fraley wtlv news, all right. As the Pentagon aims to root out white nationalists and other forms of racism in the military. The Navy has now released nearly 60 recommendations to combat racial and gender based discrimination among its sailors. A Navy task force finds that the service needs to doom or to address hate speech and a lack of diversity among its top officials. The Hill reports. The recommendation span across recruiting, career development and retention suggestions include using artificial intelligence when selecting sailors for promotion in order to reduce potential bias. The Defense Department aspiring hundreds of members from its advisory boards the Pentagon's completely reviewing its advisory committees after they became a battleground toward the end of former President Trump's administration. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin relieved nearly all members of about 40 advisory committees, including the defense and policy boards. Pentagon spokesman John Kirby says the review will look at the efficiency of the committee's This review allow him to make sure the advisory committees Are in fact providing the best possible advice to department leadership. Before leaving office, Trump fired a handful of board members and replace them with politically divisive candidates like his former campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski. Scott Mosconi federal news network. A major expansion has been okayed now for one of Northern Virginia's larger mosques. A big sticking point was traffic. The Prince William Board of County Supervisors voted unanimously to approve the permit that will allow the expansion of the Dar al nor community center on Holy Road near Dale City. Right now, it's 12,000 square feet, It'll grow to 88,000 square feet. The mosque is fronting $51,000 to help build a new traffic light to help vehicles get in and out of the lot. And Prince William County police will be making for congregants don't illegally parked in the neighborhood. It'll be at least a year before the expansion can open to the public. Near log unstained. W T O P News got the latest on the wizard straight ahead in sports. It's 10 44 get a fresh new look at Ashley Homestore's beat.