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Business · Austin

Musk reaches deal to buy Twitter for $44 billion

38% Center coverage: 275 sources
Elon Musk has reached an agreement to buy Twitter for roughly $44 billion. The deal was cemented roughly two weeks after the billionaire first revealed a 9 percent stake in the platform. Twitter said the deal is expected to close sometime this year and is subject to the approval of Twitter stockholders and regulators.See the Story
Business · Menlo Park

Apple, Meta turned over user data to hackers using forged requests

41% Left coverage: 34 sources
Bloomberg is reporting that Apple and Meta provided customer data to hackers who claimed to be law enforcement officers. The hackers apparently used forged emergency data requests to get customers addresses, phone numbers and IP addresses.Normally, requests for that information are fulfilled when companies are presented with a search warrant or subpoena.See the Story
Europe

Millions Of Mosquitoes Genetically Modified In Florida, To Be Set Loose In US

36% Left coverage: 25 sources
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has approved two more years of testing Oxitec's genetically modified mosquitoes. The male mosquitoes, OX5034 Aedes aegypti, carry daughter-killing genes that get passed generation to generation. Those inheriting the sabotage gene will grow up to mate with normal females, dooming their daughters too.See the Story
Breaking Bad

The Only ‘Better Call Saul’ Season 5 Recap You Need To Watch Ahead Of Tonight’s Premiere

71% Left coverage: 7 sources
The final season of AMC's Better Call Saul debuts tonight. Jimmy McGill aka Saul Goodman continues the inexorable transformation into his Breaking Bad persona. The first two episodes of the final season will air from 9:00-11:30 pm ET on AMC and AMC+. An encore presentation will start at 11:30.See the Story
Shang-Chi

No, Deadpool was never going to be in "Shang-Chi" confirms Marvel Concept Artist

67% Left coverage: 3 sources
Previously unseen concept art for Shang-Chi shows that Marvel considered introducing Deadpool much earlier. The mutant would fight none other than Proxima Midnight (Carrie Coon) in the brief scene. That sounds out of this world, to be more precise. But Marvel might have toyed with all sorts of ideas for that brief cameo scene.See the Story
US & Canada

2024 Total Solar Eclipse Will Be Last One in US Until 2045, Scientists Say

Coverage: 5 sources
The 2024 total eclipse of the sun is expected to start in Mexico, make its way through the U.S. from Texas to Maine and on through the eastern tip of Canada. Those directly along the path of totality will have the best views. It is never safe to look directly into the sun, even if it's partially obscured.See the Story
Volcano

NASA Snaps Photos of Underwater 'Sharkcano' Erupting

Coverage: 4 sources
NASA's Operational Land Imager-2, located aboard the Landsat 9 satellite, took striking snapshots of the submarine volcano, called Kavachi, erupting earlier this month. The volcano is located about 15 miles south of Vangunu Island, part of the Solomon Islands east of Papua New Guinea. It earned its nickname after a 2015 expedition found two species of sharks, along with active microbial communities, living within the volcano's crater.See the Story
NASA

Webb Space Telescope To Provide Details of Two Intriguing “Super-Earths” in the Milky Way

Coverage: 2 sources
The James Webb Space Telescope is just weeks away from full operation. The first investigations planned for the first year are studies of two hot exoplanets classified as super-Earths. The lava-covered 55 Cancri e and the airless LHS 3844 b are similar to Earth in size and composition.See the Story

Hubble telescope discovered a new galaxy with mysterious surroundings

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
NASA is using Hubble to study galaxies like NGC 474. Hubble recently captured an image of the galaxy up close, revealing more about its size. Scientists estimate the galaxy to be 2.5 times larger than our own Milky Way galaxy. Because of its interesting features, scientists have studied the tidal shells that surround the galaxy.See the Story

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