Former pharmaceutical executive and convicted securities fraudster Martin Shkreli claims he has been lobbying Elon Musk through mutual friends to regain access to his original X (formerly Twitter) account, alleging that Musk's actions contradict his stance on free speech; Shkreli believes Musk may be jealous of him and his machismo.
Elon Musk's father expressed concerns that his billionaire son could be assassinated and criticized a recent article in The New Yorker as a coordinated attack on him by the "shadow government."
Elon Musk says Twitter will file a defamation lawsuit against the Anti-Defamation League, accusing them of falsely accusing him and the platform of being antisemitic and blaming them for Twitter's falling U.S. advertising revenue.
Elon Musk is engaging with white nationalists and antisemites on Twitter, supporting a campaign to ban the Anti-Defamation League from the platform.
Anti-Defamation League CEO Jonathan Greenblatt criticizes Elon Musk for boosting the antisemitic #BanTheADL campaign and considering a lawsuit against the civil rights group, calling his behavior dangerous and irresponsible.
Elon Musk ordered the shutdown of his Starlink satellite communications network to prevent a Ukrainian sneak attack on the Russian naval fleet, fearing it could escalate to a nuclear war, according to a new biography by Walter Isaacson.
Elon Musk's decision to thwart a Ukrainian mission to combat Russian warships exposes the dangers of relying on philanthropy for national security and highlights the problematic interaction between Western capitalism and national security.
Summary: Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy expresses frustration over Russian air superiority and slow Western support, while Elon Musk reveals he refused a Ukrainian request to activate Starlink in Crimea for an attack on Russia's fleet.
Lawmakers on both sides need to hold Elon Musk accountable for assisting Russia by turning off a Starlink satellite to thwart a Ukrainian attack, as his close ties to Putin and his unilateral decision-making raise alarm bells about his support for war crimes inflicted by Russia on Ukraine.
Elon Musk's refusal to allow Ukraine to use Starlink internet services for a surprise attack on Russian forces in Crimea has prompted the U.S. military to consider the need for explicit language in future contracts regarding the use of purchased products or services in war.
Russian President Vladimir Putin praised Elon Musk as a "talented businessman" during his speech at the Eastern Economic Forum, while also mentioning Russia's willingness to support private businesses, including its own space programs, following the recent failure of a lunar mission.
Elon Musk's denial of Ukraine's military access to SpaceX's Starlink internet services, which could have prevented an attack on Russian warships, has prompted Sen. Elizabeth Warren to call for an investigation and question whether the government has enough control over foreign policy decisions made by billionaires.
Elon Musk is threatening to sue the Anti-Defamation League over claims that their statements about rising hate speech caused a significant decrease in advertising on the site, despite Musk's public statements and actions becoming increasingly unhinged.
Elon Musk faces backlash and accusations of treason over his decision to deny Ukraine access to Starlink during their conflict with Russia.
Elon Musk's leadership at X (formerly Twitter) is being questioned by the U.S. Department of Justice regarding the company's compliance with the Federal Trade Commission's consent order on data privacy and security, as investigations reveal a chaotic environment and potential violations.
Elon Musk faced tough questions about his involvement in the Ukraine-Russia conflict and Vladimir Putin's praise during a recent interview, but chose not to respond.
Elon Musk has refused to answer questions regarding claims that he prevented a Ukrainian attack on Russian warships by withholding the use of his Starlink satellite network, despite accusations of enabling Vladimir Putin and causing civilian deaths.
Three Democratic senators are seeking answers from Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin regarding whether Elon Musk or other commercial satellite providers restricted the Ukrainian military's access to communication networks and whether the Defense Department has the authority to intervene, following reports in Walter Isaacson's biography of Musk that he prevented the Ukrainian armed forces from using Starlink satellite communication terminals to attack Russian ships in Russian-held southern Ukraine.
The Senate Committee on Armed Services is planning to investigate Elon Musk over his decision to shut off access to SpaceX's Starlink in Crimea during the Russian invasion of Ukraine, questioning the extent of Musk's control over the use of his network and the potential national security risks posed by contractors independently discontinuing services.
Elon Musk refused to allow Ukraine to use SpaceX's Starlink satellite communications to launch a surprise drone submarine attack on Russian forces in Crimea, citing concerns of a nuclear response from Russia. This decision has drawn praise from Russian President Vladimir Putin and has prompted a Senate probe into Musk's actions. Additionally, Musk is set to meet with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to discuss artificial intelligence. However, Musk is also facing accusations of tolerating antisemitic messages on his social media platform.