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  1. Elon Musk: Twitter deal frozen until CEO gives fake account proof

    Elon Musk: Twitter deal frozen until CEO gives fake account proof

    "My offer was based on Twitter's SEC filings being accurate," Musk tweeted Tuesday, again taking issue with fake accounts on the platform.

  2. Sweden applies to join NATO, Finland to come soon after: reports

    Sweden applies to join NATO, Finland to come soon after: reports

    The move comes after Russia threatened retaliation if the northern European country joined NATO. Finland is also expected to apply to join NATO soon.

  3. Twitter's Parag Agrawal needs to be transparent, timely, experts say

    Twitter's Parag Agrawal needs to be transparent, timely, experts say

    In a series of tweets, Twitter's Parag Agrawal broke weeks of silence on the deal with Elon Musk. He needs to communicate faster, experts say.

  4. How a beloved teacher repeatedly groomed girls for sex

    How a beloved teacher repeatedly groomed girls for sex

    Eric Burgess, Rosemead High School's "Golden Boy," repeatedly groomed students for sex. No one stopped him for more than 20 years.

  5. Staff working for Russian oligarchs jobless after EU sanctions: report

    Staff working for Russian oligarchs jobless after EU sanctions: report

    Some staff at Russian oligarchs' villas in Sardinia lost their jobs, while others were suspended without pay, a union leader told The Washington Post.

  6. Gina Raimondo is big business' and GOP's favorite Biden official

    Gina Raimondo is big business' and GOP's favorite Biden official

    As commerce secretary, Gina Raimondo is angling to be president. But is the GOP's favorite Democrat on the wrong side of her own party?

  7. Elon Musk's SpaceX selling shares at $125 billion valuation: reports

    Elon Musk's SpaceX selling shares at $125 billion valuation: reports

    Elon Musk is reportedly looking for ways to replace a $12.5 billion margin loan against his Tesla stake as part of his bid for Twitter.

  8. Minister: UK ready to unilaterally change Northern Ireland protocol

    Minister: UK ready to unilaterally change Northern Ireland protocol

    Brandon Lewis, the Northern Ireland Secretary, said the UK reserved the right to make legislative changes to the deal struck less than three years ago.

  9. Portland Pride Parade rejects JPMorgan's sponsorship

    Portland Pride Parade rejects JPMorgan's sponsorship

    Insider obtained a leaked email detailing JPMorgan's disappointment at being sidelined from the popular Pride parade. Read it here.

  10. North Korea COVID crisis: Another 270,000 'fever' cases, 5 deaths

    North Korea COVID crisis: Another 270,000 'fever' cases, 5 deaths

    The country's poor healthcare system, lack of testing capabilities, and dearth of vaccines created a perfect storm for an unstoppable outbreak.