Mr. Musk called on Twitter to provide more data about the number of spam and fake accounts on the social media site.
Buckingham Palace says the visit, ahead of the line's opening on 24 May, is a "happy development".
Liver specialist discusses warning signs of pediatric liver disease that resulted in transplants in some children
Russia’s Foreign Ministry is warning this week that Sweden’s plan to apply for NATO membership will “inflict considerable damage to the security of Northern Europe and Europe as a whole.”
The discounter said the significant jump in fuel prices, higher labor costs and aggressive inventory levels weighed on the company's profits.
Social media posts by the 18-year-old White man suspected of shooting and killing 10 people at a Buffalo supermarket Saturday reveal he had been planning his attack for months.
Global shares recovered on Tuesday on optimism about an easing of China's crackdowns on tech and COVID-19, but concerns about rising prices and slowing growth worldwide set a nervy tone elsewhere in markets.
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Elon Musk escalated a public feud with Twitter's CEO early Tuesday, saying his acquisition of the social media company "cannot move forward" until he sees more information about the prevalence of spam accounts.
Turkey, which joined the alliance in 1952, is a crucial player in NATO, boasting the second-largest military in the 30-member group after the United States.
Iran-backed Hezbollah has lost its parliamentary coalition majority in a Lebanese election that delivered significant gains to its rivals as well as to a protest movement that swept the country in a 2019 uprising.
Apple is reportedly testing the use of a color display from E Ink as an external screen for a foldable device, according to noted analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. He adds that the E Ink display is also being tested in “tablet-like applications.”
A House panel is set to hold a public hearing on Tuesday on "unidentified aerial phenomena," popularly known as UFOs, a high-profile moment for a controversial topic that has long been relegated to the fringes of public policy.
Japan said on Tuesday it would start conducting "test tourism" in the form of limited package tours in May as a way of gathering information prior to a full re-opening of the country to tourism.