Elon Musk has increased his offer to buy Twitter, and a new filing has outlined the finance commitments behind the $46.7 billion offer.
Musk Makes Big Twitter Announcement: Board Salary Will Be $0 If I Take Over - That'll Save $3M Per Year
As Elon Musk attempts a hostile takeover of Twitter, he has announced that board members will no longer be paid.
Twitter staffers reportedly are 'super stressed,' with some saying they are 'working together to help each other get through the week.'
A bird appeared to strike President Joe Biden with a dropping during an Iowa speech, leaving white residue on the Democrat's suit.
Elon Musk Now Able to Straight Up Buy Twitter, Pursue Hostile Takeover After Refusing Board Membership
Elon Musk's massive share in Twitter and his decision to not join the board could signal that he is positioning himself to takeover Twitter.
Watch the Bizarre Moment Biden Pulls Something Out of His Pocket and Eats It During Middle of Obama Speech
It was embarrassing, but it wasn't even the most cringe-worthy moment for Biden as he was upstaged in his own White House.
Musk, a self-described 'free speech absolutist,' is taking a very prominent role at Twitter, and some at the company aren't happy about it.
'At times Mr. Biden looked dazed and confused, struggling to command his sentences, and drifting into incoherence.'
Denzel Washington Speaks Publicly for First Time After Will Smith Oscar Slap: 'Only Solution Was Prayer'
Denzel Washington has finally spoken out about the incident of Will Smith slapping Chris Rock at the Oscars.
The 'Die Hard' star's family members said they 'wanted to bring his fans in because we know how much he means to you, as you do to him.'
Disney came out strongly against Florida's 'Don't Say Gay' bill and Gov. DeSantis has fired back at the company with strong criticism.
'We have a president that has no idea what the hell he's doing and has no idea even where he is,' Trump said during the Georgia rally.
Americans who get their world news just by skimming headlines seem to know more about the international situation than Kamala Harris does.
President Biden somehow survived the State of the Union address, but he was back at it with humiliating gaffes one day later.
Sen. Joe Manchin still disapproves of Biden's ideas for a social spending plan, as he commented after the State of the Union address.
The remarks came during a speech at the White House to celebrate Black History Month, which ended on Monday.
In his speech, the ambassador also made a sharp allusion to Russian President Vladimir Putin, implicitly likening Putin to Adolph Hitler.
He thinks parents are schlepping their kids to McDonald’s to 'hear' the internet better and only a $1 trillion infrastructure bill can help.
'A lot of the world sees Joe Biden and just laughs at the statement he made yesterday,' Arkansas Sen. Tom Cotton said during the interview.
The Biden administration is set to announce new rules that reportedly will push vaccine mandates on Americans.