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By Brian Melley, Associated Press
U.S. District Judge James Donato said that Trump failed to show Twitter violated his First Amendment right to free speech.
By Damian J. Troise, Alex Veiga, Associated Press
Stocks are slumping on Wall Street, erasing a rally from a day earlier, as markets assess the looming fallout from the Federal Reserve's stepped-up fight against inflation.
By Associated Press
Parliament’s digital committee asked the Tesla CEO on Wednesday to give evidence about his proposals “in more depth.”…
By Tom Krisher, Associated Press
Elon Musk's request to scrap a settlement with securities regulators over 2018 tweets claiming he had the funding to take Tesla private is being denied by a federal judge in New York.
By Damian J. Troise, Associated Press
Stocks remained shaky in morning trading on Wall Street Wednesday after a big sell-off on tech stocks a day earlier.
By Kenichi Serino, Justin Stabley, Hannah Grabenstein
After weeks of speculation, Elon Musk will buy social media platform Twitter for $44 billion, PBS NewsHour spoke to three experts in the fields of social media, communications and democracy about the purchase.
By Anjana Susarla, The Conversation
Twitter, more than other social media platforms, fosters real-time discussion about events as they unfold. That could change now that Musk has gained control of the company.
By Barbara Ortutay, Amanda Seitz, Associated Press
Tesla billionaire Elon Musk has successfully arranged to buy Twitter for about $44 billion, intending to turn it into a haven for free speech. But the social platform has been down this road before, and it didn't end well last…
By Stephanie Sy, Courtney Norris
Elon Musk and Twitter announced a $44 billion deal Monday for Musk to buy the company and take it over. The deal would be the largest to take a public company private in decades. It's also led to major concerns…
By Jill Colvin, Associated Press
Trump told Fox News that he will instead focus on his own platform, Truth Social, which has been mired in problems since its launch earlier this year.
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