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Mr. Musk called on Twitter to provide more data about the number of spam and fake accounts on the social media site.
Experts who track the hackers’ actions said the group had recently begun to shift its focus to countries in Central and South America, perhaps as retaliation against nations that have supported Ukraine.
In a filing on Tuesday, Twitter said it was still committed to its agreement with Elon Musk and urged shareholders to vote in favor of it.
Russia’s war in Ukraine is combining with a global tightening of credit and an economic slowdown in China to sow misery in low- and middle-income countries.
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The Texas senator challenged a federal law that put a $250 cap on repayments of candidates’ loans to their campaigns using postelection contributions.
Sharp differences have arisen between Pope Francis and the Russian Orthodox Church over the invasion of Ukraine
In remarks at a conference in Dallas, he also decried the recent protests at justices’ homes and said conservatives would not adopt such tactics.
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Mr. Musk said he wanted to confirm Twitter’s findings that spam and fake accounts make up less than 5 percent of its users.
The traffic was robust in March and April, reflecting the time it takes for sanctions to come into effect and an enduring profit motive for trading Russian energy.
An internal memo shared with employees said the platform’s general manager and general manager for revenue would be departing.
Latin American heads of state are threatening to skip the event in Los Angeles, putting at risk the White House’s agenda in a region gripped by upheaval.
The Swedish economist, who died last week, gifted the world a wry essay that skewers the limitations of his field
By Ana Swanson and Alan Rappeport
Russia’s president is calculating that Western leaders will tire before he does of a protracted struggle in Ukraine, especially if the price is turbocharged inflation and energy shortages.