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Business Insider reported on Thursday that SpaceX paid $250,000 in 2018 to settle claims by an unnamed private jet flight attendant who accused Musk of exposing himself to her.
Bush made the comments in a speech during an event in Dallas on Wednesday, while he was criticizing Russia's political system. He jokingly blamed the mistake on his age as the audience burst into laughter.
Lorna Klefsaas gave her son Sivert $1,800 to stay off social media until he was 18. And he did.
Rep. Kristin Robbins, R-Maple Grove, said she became concerned after reading a series of “disturbing” news reports detailing how algorithms guided children toward content about eating disorders and drug use. Worried for the safety of her own children and others, Robbins introduced a bill.

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Research says customers more easily swayed by personal stories of an individual medical odyssey than via traditional forms. Critics worry regulators are too responsive to media-savvy advocates, touting illness-awareness messages, platformed by powerful interests.
Former President Trump tells Fox News he won't return even if account is reinstated.
Musk's offer price of $54.20 per share, which was disclosed in a regulatory filing on Thursday, represents a 38% premium to Twitter's April 1 close, the last trading day before the Tesla CEO's more than 9% stake in the company was made public.
Patrick Jary’s TikTok account, @patriotickenny, has 1.8 million followers.
Welcome to the trend of "goblin mode" — the phenomenon of embracing and owning your inner, perfectly imperfect, binge-watching, junk food-eating sloth.
A 2021 study by European researchers notes the hours of media consumption for children increases with their age. The average for 8-year-olds was 4 hours and 28 minutes a day and the average for 12-year-olds was 8 hours and 14 minutes. Social media use is recommended at 30 minutes per day.

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The shock drop, which comes before Amazon earnings later in the day, spilled over to Europe where technology led sectoral fallers with a decline of 2% and soured the mood across global financial markets in another busy day of central bank meetings.

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