Why Twitter Spaces is drawing extremists

Twitter Spaces, an app offering audio chat rooms, has become a place where extremists thrive. Photo by Shutterstock.

Twitter Spaces launched last spring and soon attracted anti-vaxxers, white supremacists, and ISIS recruiters. The company did little to curb hate speech and even helped the content go viral in some cases, according to the Washington Post’s Elizabeth Dwoskin.  

The Jan. 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol was just practice, and Trump’s GOP is better equipped to undermine the next election, says the Atlantic’s Barton Gellman.

At Michelin-starred restaurant Bros in Italy, food writer Geraldine DeRuiter was served foam, “frozen air,” and meat-infused molecules. She says the meal has changed her view of fine dining.

On Tuesday, Golden State Warriors guard Steph Curry broke the record for the number of three-pointers made by any player.