Musk to seek exemption from Iran sanctions for Web access
Elon Musk’s hopes to operate his satellite internet firm in Iran require permission from the Treasury Department, which said Tuesday it welcomes applications to support internet freedom in the country, which is largely isolated from western economies.
9/11 families outraged over potential plea deals for terror attack orchestrators
Families of victims of September 11 are outraged over reports that plea deals are in the works for five defendants accused of orchestrating the attacks nearly 21 years ago. The plea deals would take the death penalty off the table, instead allowing the defendants to remain in Guantanamo Bay indefinitely. Catherine Herridge reports.news.yahoo.com
Judge: Musk can use Twitter whistleblower but not delay case
Elon Musk will be able to include new evidence from a Twitter whistleblower as he fights to get out of his $44 billion deal to buy the social media company, but Musk won’t be able to delay a high-stakes October trial over the dispute, a judge ruled Wednesday.
Elon Musk cited a Putin speech in private texts with a banker saying the Twitter deal wouldn't make sense 'if we're heading into World War 3'
Private texts revealed in a hearing Tuesday show that Elon Musk said he wanted to "slow down" his deal to buy Twitter after Russia invaded Ukraine.news.yahoo.com
Video of 6-year-old Chinese girl crying after being told she looks like her father goes viral
After being told that she resembles her father, a 6-year-old girl in China expressed disappointment and embarrassment for not taking after her mother’s appearance. The unnamed girl from Suqian, Jiangsu province of eastern China, was seen on video bursting into tears and complaining to her mother that she is not happy with her looks being compared to her father’s. The disappointment reportedly occurred after a family friend commented that the 6-year-old resembled her father.news.yahoo.com
5 takeaways from Twitter whistleblower Peiter Zatko
Startling new revelations from Twitter’s former head of security, Peiter Zatko, have raised serious questions about the security of the platform’s service, its ability to identify and remove fake accounts, and the truthfulness of its statements to users, shareholders and federal regulators.
The AP Interview: GM's Barra talks electric vehicles, future
The economy is a bit wobbly, but General Motors CEO Mary Barra isn’t backing off of an audacious prediction: She pledges that by the middle of this decade, her company will sell more electric vehicles in the U.S. than Tesla, the global sales leader.
EXPLAINER: What happens next in the Musk-Twitter saga?
Twitter has sued Tesla CEO Elon Musk in an attempt force him to complete his $44 billion takeover of the social media company by accusing him of “outlandish” and “bad faith” actions that have caused the platform irreparable harm and “wreaked havoc” on its stock price.