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Business · San Francisco
Musk says suspended Twitter accounts will be granted amnesty ‘next week’
Elon Musk on Thursday said “a general amnesty” for suspended Twitter users will begin next week after he posted a poll over whether the platform should take action to restore affected accounts. See the Story
56% Center coverage: 151 sources
US & Canada · Anchorage
Murkowski defeats Trump-backed challenger in Alaska Senate race
Alaska Republican U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski has won reelection, defeating a fellow Republican who was endorsed by former President Donald Trump. See the Story
56% Center coverage: 88 sources
Europe · Paris
Balenciaga says it’s sorry for holiday ads depicting children holding teddy bears in bondage gear
Luxury fashion house Balenciaga has apologized for featuring children cuddling teddy bears dressed in bondage gear in its latest advertising campaign.See the Story
47% Right coverage: 51 sources
Latest News Stories
Elon Musk says Twitter should release logs on censoring Hunter Biden laptop story
Elon Musk revealed that he believes Twitter should release the chat logs regarding their decision to restrict sharing a story from The New York Post on Hunter Biden's laptop. Mr Musk responded to a tweet from the account @alx asking for the new owner of Twitter to look into the company's decision to not allow people to tweet The Post's story.See the Story
83% Right coverage: 6 sources
Twitter · San Francisco
‘Correct’: Musk agrees with Dinesh D’Souza about 'one-way' Twitter censorship
Twitter CEO Elon Musk said he agreed with Dinesh D’Souza regarding the social media platform’s history of targeting conservatives.See the Story
100% Right coverage: 6 sources
Twitter · Washington
White House releases turkey day ‘talking points’ for family dinner
Ahead of the upcoming holiday weekend, the White House has unveiled a series of Thanksgiving “talking points” touting the Biden administration’s accomplishments.See the Story
88% Right coverage: 17 sources
Biden calls for 'stricter gun laws' before GOP takes House: 'The idea we still allow semiautomatic weapons to be purchased is sick'
During a press event in Nantucket, Massachusetts, on Thanksgiving, President Biden told reporters that he would push Congress to enact "stricter gun laws" before Republicans take control of the House of Representatives at the start of the new year, the New York Post reported.The president railed aga...See the Story
100% Right coverage: 2 sources
'The dinner tables turned': PETA posts cartoon of turkey family preparing to eat a human
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals posted a tweet the day before Thanksgiving that depicted a family of turkeys, or more specifically human bodies with turkey heads, preparing to eat a human being for dinner."POV: The dinner tables turned & a family is gathering around your dead body to share why they're thankful," PETA tweeted. Jerry Dunleavy of the Washington Examiner mockingly replied to the post, tweeting, "the turkeys must be destr…See the Story
100% Right coverage: 1 sources
Business · San Francisco
Musk polls Twitter users on amnesty for suspended accounts
Elon Musk has posted a poll on Twitter about whether the platform should offer a “general amnesty” to suspended accounts as long as they have not broken the law or engaged in “egregious spam.” See the Story
41% Center coverage: 80 sources
FIFA · Doha
FIFA charges Ecuador over fan chants at World Cup opener
Discriminatory chants allegedly by Ecuador fans at the World Cup opening game led FIFA to open the first disciplinary case of the tournament on Tuesday.See the Story
50% Left coverage: 22 sources