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CNN fact-checks Musk's claims Apple wants to remove Twitter app
CNN correspondent Donie O'Sullivan breaks down claims from Twitter CEO Elon Musk that Apple wants to remove the Twitter app from its App Store. #CNN #News
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Why this native Hawaiian is celebrating Mauna Loa eruption
CNN chief climate correspondent Bill Weir explains the cultural and religious significance of Hawaii's Mauna Loa eruption. #CNN #News
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GOP strategist breaks down how Trump's dinner impacts 2024 run
CNN political analyst April Ryan and CNN political commentator Alice Stewart discuss former President Donald Trump's dinner that Holocaust denier Nick Fuentes attended and Elon Musk’s leadership at the helm of Twitter so far. #CNN #News
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Neil deGrasse Tyson explains what NASA's discovery means for life beyond Earth
Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson reacts to a discovery on Mars and what it could mean for life beyond Earth. #CNN #News
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NASA rover discovery reveals there may have been life on Mars
Caroline Smith, who works at the Natural History Museum, discusses a new discovery made by a NASA rover that may provide evidence of past life on Mars. #CNN #News
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Hear from couple who delivered twins from 30-year-old frozen embryos
Twins Lydia and Timothy Ridgeway were born to Philip and Rachel Ridgeway on October 31 from what may be the longest-frozen embryos to ever result in a live birth, according to the National Embryo Donation Center. CNN's Dr. Gupta shares their story. #CNN #News
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Donald Trump’s Twitter account reinstated
CNN media analyst Sara Fischer reacts to Twitter reinstating former President Donald Trump’s account on the social media platform. The former president’s account was banned after the January 6th attack on the Capitol. #CNN #News
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Author says Elon Musk’s antics are ‘jazz hands from a billionaire’
Author and writer Kara Swisher reacts to billionaire Elon Musk’s latest changes to Twitter. #CNN #News
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Sam Bankman-Fried says 'F**k Regulators', Musk’s Twitter ultimatum and making TikToks instead of ads
Crypto critic Bennett Tomlin tells Nightcap’s Jon Sarlin that Sam Bankman-Fried may be a bad apple, but the things he did were not unique in the crypto world. Plus, CNN’s Clare Duffy on why Twitter employees are confused and fearful. And The New York Times’ Kalley Huang explains the challenge of making ads on TikTok that aren’t cringe. To get the day’s business headlines sent directly to your inbox, sign up for the Nightcap newsletter. 00:00 - Welcome to "Nightcap" 00:30 - SBF tells Vox reporter: "F**k regulators" 05:43 - Elon's ultimatum to Twitter employees 10:11 - TikTok as an advertising powerhouse
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See the moment Artemis I rocket launches for trip around moon
NASA has launched the most powerful operational rocket in the world in a third attempt to kick off its historic Artemis I mission — an uncrewed test flight around the moon. CNN's Kristin Fisher has the reports. #CNN #News
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Twitter founder Jack Dorsey apologizes after Elon Musk lays off staff
Twitter's founder Jack Dorsey apologized for growing the company too quickly after Elon Musk laid off thousands of employees. #CNN #news
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CNN's Richard Quest explains concerns around the timing of Twitter layoffs
One week after it was acquired by billionaire Elon Musk, Twitter laid off thousands of employees in departments across the company, in a severe round of cost cutting that could potentially upend how one of the world’s most influential platforms operates. CNN's Richard Quest reports. #CNN #News
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Color of Change president recaps meeting with Elon Musk
Twitter CEO Elon Musk met with civil rights leaders, the Anti-Defamation League and others to discuss cracking down on hate speech on the social media platform. Color of Change President Rashad Robinson gives his takeaways from the meeting. #CNN #News
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Inside Musk’s Twitter, Musk echoes Donald Trump, and an antitrust earthquake
“Nightcap’s” Jon Sarlin asks the New York Times’ Mike Isaac about the most significant changes Elon Musk is making at Twitter. Plus, CNN’s Oliver Darcy on why Musk’s style is very similar to Donald Trump’s. And the Institute for Local Self-Reliance’s Stacy Mitchell explains the new legal reason a judge blocked the merger of Penguin Random House and Simon & Schuster. To get the day’s business headlines sent directly to your inbox, sign up for the Nightcap newsletter. 00:00 - Welcome to "Nightcap" 00:30 - Inside Elon Musk's Twitter 03:54 - Elon Musk's reign as “Chief Twit” 10:30 - Publishing mega-merger blocked
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SpaceX is back with Falcon Heavy rocket launch. See the moment of liftoff
SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy — a towering, three-pronged vehicle that is the most powerful operational rocket in the world — returned to the skies on Tuesday for the first time since mid-2019. #cnn #news
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NASA launches study on 'unidentified aerial phenomena'
NASA is launching a study on unidentified aerial phenomena, commonly known as UFOs. The group of 16 people will gather data on unidentifiable events in the sky and release its findings to the public in mid-2023. CNN's Kristin Fisher reports. #CNN #News
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'Don't use the same password': Watch how easy it was to hack this CNN reporter
Three years after being challenged to hack CNN's Donie O'Sullivan's personal data, Cyber security expert Rachel Tobac demonstrates how vulnerable his online passwords continue to be. #CNN #News
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NASA engineer breaks down new Webb telescope images
NASA engineer Mike Menzel breaks down the new Pillars of Creation images from the James Webb Space Telescope, showing the earliest moments in the lives of stars, with CNN's Jake Tapper. #CNN #News
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Tesla’s speed bumps, Kanye’s Parler games and supermarket mega mergers
With the electric vehicle market heating up, CNN’s Peter Valdes-Dapena joins “Nightcap’s” Jon Sarlin to talk how Elon Musk can keep Tesla at the top. Plus, The New York Times’ Lauren Hirsch on how the proposed Kroger-Albertsons could affect your grocery bill. And does Kanye West know what he’s getting with his proposed purchase of Parler? The Verge’s Makena Kelly on Ye’s Parler trick. To get the day’s business headlines sent directly to your inbox, sign up for the Nightcap newsletter. 00:00 - Welcome to "Nightcap" 00:25 - The challenges ahead for Tesla 04:32 - Ye to purchase Parler 08:20 - Supermarket mega merger
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Are you a mosquito magnet? This could be why
CNN's Tom Foreman explains why some individuals could be more attractive to mosquitoes than others, according to a new study. #CNN #News
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NASA mission successfully changed the motion of an asteroid
The Double Asteroid Redirection Test successfully changed the trajectory of the asteroid Dimorphos when the NASA spacecraft intentionally slammed into the space rock on September 26, according to the agency. The DART mission, a full-scale demonstration of deflection technology, was the world’s first conducted on behalf of planetary defense. The mission was also the first time humanity intentionally changed the motion of a celestial object in space. #CNN #News
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Elon’s about-face on Twitter and the future of internet free speech
Pivot’s Kara Swisher tells “Nightcap’s” Jon Sarlin what Twitter would look like under Elon Musk’s control. Plus, “OC” actor Ben McKenzie on why Kim Kardashian’s crypto fine blew up his phone. And Slate’s Mark Joseph Stern on what two US Supreme Court cases could mean for Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act. To get the day’s business headlines sent directly to your inbox, sign up for the Nightcap newsletter. 00:00 Welcome to "Nightcap" 00:28 How Elon Musk could change Twitter 05:33 Kim Kardashian fined $1.26M for crypto promotion 10:40 Supreme Court to hear cases on internet speech
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Watch SpaceX launch marking historical moment
SpaceX and NASA launched a crew of astronauts who hail from all over the world on a trip to the International Space Station Wednesday. The mission, including astronauts Nicole Mann marks a historic moment, as Mann not only became the first Native American woman ever to travel to space. She’s also serving as mission commander, making her the first woman ever to take on such a role for a SpaceX mission. #cnn #news
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Neil DeGrasse Tyson explains why we need planetary defense
In humanity’s first test of asteroid deflection technology, NASA’s DART spacecraft deliberately crashed into the Dimorphos asteroid on Monday at 7:14 p.m. ET. Astrophysicist Neil DeGrasse Tyson joins CNN’s John Berman and explains the importance of a planetary defense system. #CNN #News
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See the moment NASA’s DART spacecraft collides with asteroid
A NASA spacecraft has successfully slammed into an asteroid called Dimorphos. The Double Asteroid Redirection Test mission, also known as DART, spacecraft has been traveling to reach its asteroid target since launching in November 2021. On Monday, it hit its target, going about 13,421 miles per hour. CNN Space and Defense correspondent Kristin Fisher and Col. Cedric Leighton (Ret.) join CNN’s Erin Burnett to discuss. #CNN #News
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