Elon Musk, the man behind cutting-edge companies Tesla and SpaceX, recently bought Twitter for $44 billion. What followed has been a chaotic period for the social media platform, during which Musk has invited back some users who had previously been banned or otherwise restricted; fired employees en masse; and rolled back content moderation. To what end? Correspondent Luke Burbank talks with tech journalist Kara Swisher and cybersecurity expert Alex Stamos about Musk's impact on the company so far.
The Senate minority leader previously said he had no hard feelings toward the men, but his actions said otherwise.
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Doctors are warning of a dangerous fungal illness rapidly spreading across the country, especially those living or visiting the California and Arizona areas.
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During a recent taping of 'Today With Hoda and Jenna,' NBC journalist Hoda Kotb called out Jenna Bush Hager for misunderstanding the topic discussed on the air.
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2 House Republicans caught saying Ilhan Omar removal was the 'stupidest vote in world' before begging reporters to not tell GOP leadership what they said
Two House Republicans blurted out what they really thought about Thursday's vote to oust Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar in what they thought was private.
The debate might've been even weirder than we thought.
- Buccaneers Wire
See what Rob Gronkowski had to say to Tom Brady following the GOAT's second retirement announcement
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George Kittle always makes sure the vibes are in good shape on the 49ers' sideline. Even in a season-ending 31-7 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles.
Trump says that if he's reelected he won't use the powers of the presidency to punish his enemies, but adds that he'd be 'entitled to a revenge tour'
In an interview with Hugh Hewitt, Trump went on a tirade against news outlets that reported on Russian interference during the 2016 election.
Michele Gile provides continued coverage on the tragic incident that occurred in Dana Point on Wednesday, when a cyclist was struck from behind by a vehicle before the driver got out and stabbed him. Authorities have now identified both the victim and the suspect involved.
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It appears that former Oregon star Dillon Brooks hit Donovan Mitchell...below the belt on Thursday night. NBA Twitter had some thoughts after the scuffle.
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An elementary school teacher in Homestead was charged Wednesday with having sex with one of his students. The relationship, police said the 13-year-old victim told them, was “romantic” after referring to him as her “boyfriend.”
In a new interview, Meghan Markle opens up about how she and Prince Harry were initially not able to afford their $14 million home in Montecito after stepping..
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‘Just a Hall of Fame player that didn’t create controversy’: For Jordan Spieth, one LIV member is missed more than others
"He was a friend of mine. He is a friend of mine. I just haven't seen him. But I always really enjoyed playing with him and being around him."
- Patriots Wire
This was Bill Belichick's statement regarding Tom Brady's retirement on Wednesday.
Tom Brady is looking back at special times with the people closest to him, which include ex Bridget Moynahan, with whom he shares son Jack
- Broncos Wire
Tom Brady is retiring again, and the Broncos had a perfect response.
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AOC to GOP: Don't tell me you're condemning antisemitism when a Republican 'who has talked about Jewish space lasers' gets a plum committee assignment
"This is about targeting women of color in the United States of America," she says of the vote to remove Rep. Ilhan Omar from the foreign affairs committee.
Mahogany Geter, a model in Tennessee, was born with lymphedema in her left leg, which she says caused it to eventually swell to 100 pounds.
Legendary billionaire investor Nelson Peltz is suing his daughter’s wedding planner after her over-the-top marriage to David Beckham’s son
Billionaire investor Nelson Peltz is fighting legal battles on multiple fronts.
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A powerful surge of Arctic air diving south will bring some communities their coldest air in years.