A wave of Twitter employees are leaving because they’re unwilling to become “extremely hardcore.” Some users wonder if this could be the death of Twitter.
We talk to lawmaker and crypto expert Rep. Warren Davidson (R-Ohio) about the FTX crypto scandal. He wants to know why the founder is still walking free.
The Massachusetts Department of Public Health allegedly worked with Google to auto-install “spyware” onto people’s phones. The department is now being sued. We speak with the lead attorney in the case.
Taylor Swift responds to the Ticketmaster fiasco—where fans were unable to buy tickets for hours. What does she have to say?
Big news for those suffering from Type 1 diabetes: the FDA approves the first-ever therapy to delay the disease.
Stories in this episode:
1. Twitter Staff Leaving After Musk Ultimatum
2. FTX Bought Its Way to ‘Most Regulated’: Reuters
3. Rep. Davidson: Why Is FTX Founder Not in Custody?
4. Elizabeth Holmes to be Sentenced Friday
5. State Installed Spyware on 1M Phones: Lawsuit
6. Biden Admin Asks SCOTUS for Help on Student Debt Cancellation
7. General Motors Expects EV Profit by 2025
8. Sweden: Nord Stream Leaks Were Sabotage
9. Taylor Swift Responds to Ticketmaster Fiasco
10. ‘Mickey’ Documentary Dives Into History
11. World Cup: Qatar Bans Stadium Alcohol Sales
12. First Treatment for Type 1 Diabetes Approved
13. What Thanksgiving Foods Can Go Through Security?