Musk response to Twitter lawsuit to be made public by Friday

DOVER, Del. — Elon Musk’s answer to Twitter’s lawsuit over his attempt to back out of a $44 billion deal to buy the social media company will be made public by Friday evening at the latest, a judge ruled Wednesday. Attorneys for Musk wanted to file a public version of their answer and counterclaims in … Read more

SEPTA to expand west with new Wawa Station in Middletown Township, Delco

SEPTA’s new Wawa Station will open for service on August 21 in Middletown Township, Delaware County. This announcement represents significant progress in SEPTA’s multi-year project to restore more than 3.5 miles of service west of Elwyn to the new Wawa Station. SEPTA trains have not served the area since 1986. “The restoration of SEPTA service from … Read more

Why movie theaters show so few films now

After “Bullet Train,” Sony’s action flick starring Brad Pitt, hits theaters next week, the movie slate for August, September and October becomes desolate. It’s hard to find any blockbusters in the mix. In fact, there aren’t many films that could open beyond $50 million at the box office until Marvel’s “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever,” which … Read more

‘Damaged goods’: Chris Cuomo poised for massive pay cut in TV anchor gig

Chris Cuomo is poised to take a massive pay cut as he joins NewsNation, a fledgling cable TV channel with a tiny audience, The Post has learned. Cuomo, who was reportedly banking $6 million a year for his ‘Cuomo Primetime’ show on CNN before he was fired last year, will likely earn just a fraction … Read more

Putin’s propaganda machine hammers EU while Brussels sleeps

Press play to listen to this article Just as Sergey Lavrov, Russia’s foreign minister, was about to land in Africa on Sunday, he published an op-ed blaming the West for the looming global food crisis that put millions on the Continent on the brink of starvation. Scores of local media outlets swiftly picked it up. … Read more

Russian missiles target Odesa day after Ukraine grain export deal

KYIV, Ukraine — Russia fired several missiles at the port of Odesa on Saturday, Ukrainian authorities said, raising the question of whether Moscow would abide by a crucial deal struck Friday to unblock Ukraine’s seaports to allow for the transport of millions of tons of grain needed to feed countries in Africa and the Middle … Read more

India’s top court grants bail to Muslim journalist accused of insulting Hindus

Zubair — co-founder of fact-checking website Alt News, which debunks misinformation in the Indian media — was arrested by Delhi police on June 27 after a Twitter user accused him of insulting Hindus in a 2018 post about the renaming of a hotel after a Hindu god. Zubair had already been granted bail for the … Read more

Florida amusement park pauses new sniper-like laser game

ORLANDO, Fla. — The Orlando amusement park where a teenager fell from a ride and died earlier this year has paused a new sniper-like laser shooting game amid criticism following a recent spate of mass shootings. The Bullseye Blast game let riders of the 400-foot (122-meter) Wheel at ICON Park pay an extra $5.95 to … Read more

97.5 The Fanatic’s new afternoon show is locked in

Some cleanup from Wednesday, because at the same time the Flyers we’re uh…”retooling” in free agency. The new afternoon show is locked in over at 97.5 The Fanatic. Tyrone Johnson will continue leading the charge after Mike Missanelli’s sudden departure at the end of May and will be joined by Hunter Brody, Ricky Bottalico, and … Read more