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Devin Nunes, ranking Republican on the House Intelligence Committee, is suing Twitter for $250 million.

California Congressman Devin Nunes sues Twitter

Devin Nunes, ranking Republican on the House Intelligence Committee, is suing Twitter for $250 million.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Tesla CEO Elon Musk went on Joe Rogan’s podcast Thursday night.

Tesla stock drops after its CEO went on a podcast, smoked weed, used a flamethrower

Tesla CEO Elon Musk went on Joe Rogan’s podcast Thursday night.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

This week, the salacious and often-maligned Gawker.com permanently went dark.

How Silicon Valley brought down Gawker

This week, the salacious and often-maligned Gawker.com permanently went dark.

from The Mixer

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