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Elon Musk fans say they’re ‘immediately unfollowing’ tech billionaire after Channel 4 documentary

Viewers of the Channel 4 documentary Elon Musk: Superhero or Supervillain? have heaped scorn on the SpaceX founder.The documentary focused on Musk, the tech billionaire whose public behaviour and online persona have generated considerable controversy over the years.As well as highlighting Musk’s achievements, Superhero or Supervillain? delves into some of the more dubious aspects of Musk’s life and businesses, including a multi-million dollar lawsuit Musk’s company Tesla faced over allegations of racism. Viewers shared their thoughts on the series on social media, with some writing that they hadn’t known about some of the criticisms levelled at Musk until now.“Immediately...
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High school student runs sub-4 minute mile, breaking record set in 1965

A high school senior has broken a track and field record set in 1965 by running a sub-4 minute mile during a high school race, without a pacer. Gary Martin has gotten extremely close to breaking this record during other track meets this year, but at the Pennsylvania Catholic League Championship (PCL) on Monday, he finally ran a mile in 3:57:98.

Voices: Republicans want to ban abortion and starve immigrant babies because of the Great Replacement Theory

The nationwide baby formula shortage is caused by numerous factors: there are supply chain issues related to Covid, and there was a closure of a major plant because of safety concerns at the beginning of the year. It’s a nonpartisan, logistical issue, without much potential for racist animus.Or so you’d think. But a number of leading Republican politicians have been quick to use the shortage to whip up hatred.Texas Governor Greg Abbott attacked the Democratic Biden administration for providing formula to immigrant infants held in detention. Elise Stefanik, the third-ranking Republican in the House of Representatives, tweeted: “White House, House...

After GOP freakout over Roe demonstrations, DeSantis criminalizes peaceful protests outside homes

This article originally appeared on AlterNet. Florida's right-wing Republican Governor Ron DeSantis on Monday signed a bill into law that criminalizes peaceful protests in residential neighborhoods. The draconian restrictions on free speech were levied in response to the nationwide explosion of demonstrations directed at the United States Supreme Court's anticipated...

Five Reasons the Mavs Will Beat the Warriors

As we advance to the conference finals, we have a rarity: There isn’t an odds-on favorite to win the NBA championship. The Warriors hold the best odds of the four remaining teams, perhaps because their track record of recent success with this core is so much more extensive than that of the other ...

Ukraine war sanctions force Russia to lower safety and environmental standards for new cars

Moscow — Russia has eased safety standards for cars produced on its territory, such as dropping the requirement for airbags, after Western sanctions over the war in Ukraine caused a shortage of electronic components and car parts. In a decree signed on May 12, the Russian government announced a list of reduced requirements to certify some types of new vehicles produced in the country.

Video of Horse Asking His Friend for Help at Mealtime Has People Amazed

Alexa, play "With a little help from my friends" by The Beatles. It's the perfect soundtrack we need for this viral TikTok video posted by @longfieldequestrain that has over 1.7 million views and 232.5K likes. The clip reminds us that sometimes to get by, we need a little help from our friends.

Chris Paul reveals his retirement plans

Despite the infamous end of the season and a convincing defeat in the seventh game of the semifinals of the Western Conference of the NBA Playoffs by the Dallas Mavericks, Chris Paul, an experienced Phoenix Suns playmaker, said that this was not the last match of his career. "You play...

Rapist who killed woman found tied up in lake convicted 35 years later

A “predator” who raped a teenager and murdered a woman whose bound and gagged body was found in a lake has been convicted decades after his “horrendous” crimes.Serial attacker Donald Robertson was charged last year after a police cold case team found new DNA evidence linking him to the death of Shani Warren in April 1987.The body of 26-year-old Ms Warren, who lived in Stoke Poges in Buckinghamshire, was found in Taplow Lake on the Easter weekend that year.Her car was abandoned in a layby on the A4, with bin bags containing remnants of grass from Ms Warren having recently...

Tyshon Brownlee, 19, charged in shooting and robbery of Dakotah Earley in Lincoln Park

CHICAGO (CBS) -- A 19-year-old man has been charged with the shooting and robbery of 23-year-old culinary student Dakotah Earley earlier this month, as well as four other armed robberies.Tyshon Brownlee, was arrested in Oak Park. He is charged with one count of attempted murder and five counts of armed robbery. He was ordered held without bail at a bond hearing Tuesday afternoon. He is due back in court on May 25 at the Skokie courthouse."In these instances involving this defendant, we have five innocent victims, and a community that has been terrorized," Cook County State's Attorney Kim Foxx said Tuesday...
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Dolphins defensive players have told GM Chris Grier they can't believe the transformation on offense

The Miami Dolphins are entering a new era in 2022, but it's also one that could bring immediate success. The front office made one of the offseason's most intriguing hires in head coach Mike McDaniel, and then completely revamped the offense -- from the offensive line to the running backs to the wide receiver room. However, this Dolphins team doesn't move forward unless quarterback Tua Tagovailoa does.