Tesla facing Justice Department investigation over Elon Musk tweets

  1. Tesla facing Justice Department investigation over Elon Musk tweets  Washington Post
  2. Thai Cave Diver Sues Elon Musk For Defamation  Wall Street Journal
  3. Kimbal Musk: Elon working hard for Tesla shareholders, focus is on delivering the Model 3  CNBC
  4. Are You All Caught Up On Tesla? There’s Always More  Bloomberg
  5. Diver Who Helped With Thai Cave Rescue Sues Elon Musk for Calling Him a ‘Pedo’  TIME
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Elon Musk tweets new images of SpaceX's forthcoming BFR spacecraft

Elon Musk tweets new images of SpaceX's forthcoming BFR spacecraftThat’s one big effing rocket. With the imminent reveal of the mystery passenger who will be flying around the moon in SpaceX’s forthcoming BFR, Elon Musk tweeted two new renders of the spacecraft. SEE ALSO: SpaceX books its first passenger to fly around the moon The 106 metre (347 feet) long ship was first announced last year, and Musk said the ship will contain up to 40 cabins which will have enough space for 100 people.  BFR’s booster will be powered by 31 Raptor engines, while the ship itself will have 7 Raptor engines, which appear to be arranged like a honeycomb. pic.twitter.com/dUpiavvM1Z — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) September 17, 2018 pic.twitter.com/d1KEp44zjm — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) September 17, 2018 In another tweet, Musk confirmed a forward-moving wing near the nose that appears to retract or expand when required. Forward moving wing — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) September 17, 2018 You might’ve already spotted SpaceX’s new render of the BFR ship, when the company announced that it had signed a passenger to fly around the moon on Thursday. Musk hinted it might be a Japanese passenger, prompting Twitter to throw out names of very rich people like entrepreneur Yusaku Maezawa and legendary video game designer Hideo Kojima. SpaceX has signed the world’s first private passenger to fly around the Moon aboard our BFR launch vehicle—an important step toward enabling access for everyday people who dream of traveling to space. Find out who’s flying and why on Monday, September 17. pic.twitter.com/64z4rygYhk — SpaceX (@SpaceX) September 14, 2018 SpaceX will reveal the identity of the passenger on Monday, Sept. 17 at 6 p.m. PT via webcast.  Is it you? WATCH: Someone designed a toiletry kit you actually will want to use


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Trump's Hurricane Maria Tweets Get Rare Republican Pushback In Florida

  1. Trump’s Hurricane Maria Tweets Get Rare Republican Pushback In Florida  HuffPost
  2. Trump Rejects Death Toll in Puerto Rico Reported by His Own Government  New York Times
  3. Chef Jose Andres, who fed Puerto Rico after hurricanes, slams Trump: ‘This is insane’  CNBC
  4. Nearly 3000 people died in Puerto Rico in the wake of Hurricane Maria  USA TODAY
  5. Why Trump’s tweets about Puerto Rico are obviously untrue  Washington Post
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Apple supplier stocks dip as Trump tweets threats over China tariffs

Apple supplier stocks dip as Trump tweets threats over China tariffsDonald Trump has seemingly triggered a drop in the shares of China-based suppliers of Apple Inc after threatening price increases against the tech giant on Twitter. The president claimed “prices may increase” for the world’s most popular smartphone provider thanks to “massive tariffs we may be imposing on China,” in a message calling on Apple to manufacture its products in the US. “Apple prices may increase because of the massive Tariffs we may be imposing on China – but there is an easy solution where there would be ZERO tax, and indeed a tax incentive,” he wrote on Saturday afternoon.


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Two Dolphins kneel for anthem, and Kaepernick tweets to thank them

  1. Two Dolphins kneel for anthem, and Kaepernick tweets to thank them  ESPN
  2. Trump, Colin Kaepernick tweet about national anthem protests during NFL’s first Sunday  Washington Post
  3. NFL: Trump’s toughest tweets knocking players for kneeling during national anthem  USA TODAY
  4. Kenny Stills Carries Colin Kaepernick’s Torch by Continuing to Kneel  New York Times
  5. Two Dolphins’ protests during national anthem continue into regular season opener  Miami Herald
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NFL: Trump's toughest tweets knocking players for kneeling during national anthem

  1. NFL: Trump’s toughest tweets knocking players for kneeling during national anthem  USA TODAY
  2. Trump tweets about the NFL anthem as Dolphins’ Kenny Stills, Albert Wilson take a knee in Week 1  Washington Post
  3. Trump mocks NFL for ratings drop in season opener; suggests numbers would improve if players didn’t kneel  Fox News
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