Charles R. Davis, Business Insider

Charles R. Davis

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Past articles by Charles:

Elon Musk's control of Starlink gives him unchecked power over elected governments

There is a growing consensus that one unelected man should not decide what is or is not a legitimate military target. → Read More

Taliban leader endorses Elon Musk's Twitter, accuses Mark Zuckerberg's Threads of having an 'intolerant' policy on free speech

Anas Haqqani, a senior Taliban leader, said Twitter has "important advantages" over competitors such as Meta's new Threads. → Read More

Trump's claim that he could end Ukraine's war in a day is a 'beautiful' thought but not true, Zelenskyy says

A desire to end the war in Ukraine is admirable but "should be based on real-life experience," Zelenskyy said in an interview with ABC on Sunday. → Read More

Judge blocks new Florida election law, signed by DeSantis this spring, calling it the 'latest assault on the right to vote'

The NAACP of Florida had accused the state of violating the US Constitution by imposing new limits on efforts to register voters. → Read More

After student loan decision, AOC says the Supreme Court is on 'a dangerous creep towards authoritarianism'

Appearing on CNN, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez argued that the court's conservative justices are "acting as though they are Congress." → Read More

Trump demanded Arizona governor find evidence of 'fraud' to overturn 2020 election in newly revealed call

Trump made the demand at the very moment that Republican Gov. Doug Ducey was certifying President Joe Biden's victory. → Read More

A suspected January 6 rioter was arrested after being spotted running towards Obama's house. He had multiple weapons and materials to make an explosive, law enforcement officials alleged.

Law enforcement officials told CBS News that the man, Taylor Taranto, who was spotted in the Capitol riot, had material to make an explosive. → Read More

A federal judge says Florida's new anti-drag law threatens free speech and can't be enforced, at least for now

Florida's anti-drag law was "specifically designed to suppress the speech of drag queen performers," the judge ruled. → Read More

A luxury project in Oman, which includes a Trump hotel and golf course, is being built by migrants earning as little as $340 a month

The project on the Gulf of Oman is "infused with the Trump standard of excellence," according to the Trump Organization. → Read More

Barr says Trump is a 'troubled man' who lied to the Justice Department and deserves to be prosecuted

Barr, who served as attorney general under Trump, told CBS he believes his former boss's conduct in the classified documents case "is indefensible." → Read More

A majority of Republicans now say same-sex relations are immoral after a year of 'groomer' attacks on the LGBTQ community

Republican support for same-sex relations dropped 15% in the last year, according to a recent Gallup poll. → Read More

In Philly, union members say they don't care about Biden's age: 'I never heard someone who is Catholic say the pope is too old'

Union members told Insider that questions over President Joe Biden's age are a distraction from his support for workers and organized labor. → Read More

Firefighters who risked their lives fighting wildfires were paid less than $3 an hour by a federal contractor that broke labor laws, investigators say

The workers spent an average of 70 hours a week fighting wildfires but were only paid a daily rate of $250 or less. → Read More

Lawyer says Trump didn't intend to threaten prosecutor with social media post: 'That is a picture of him showing off an American-made bat'

The former president avoided a gag order on Tuesday, with his attorneys arguing that his social media posts were misinterpreted by critics. → Read More

Gun lobby celebrates 'historic' win in Florida after DeSantis signs bill eliminating permit and training requirements for concealed carry

The NRA hailed the bill as a "momentous step" in the effort to revoke educational and other requirements for concealed carry. → Read More

Employers can't force you to keep quiet to get severance, labor board decides, reversing Trump-era rulings

Employers can't force former employees to waive their rights as part of a severance agreement, the NLRB ruled. → Read More

Kanye West paid white nationalist Nick Fuentes nearly $15,000 out of his 2020 campaign funds

The rapper also paid almost $50,000 to far-right provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos, according to campaign finance records. → Read More

California authorities want to disbar John Eastman for trying to help Trump overturn the 2020 election results

John Eastment tried to convince former Vice President Mike Pence to block the certification of electoral college votes on January 6, 2021. → Read More

A Supreme Court marshal found no 'credible leads' that justices or their spouses leaked the draft Dobbs decision — but also didn't ask them to swear on it either

Unlike court staff, Supreme Court justices were not asked to sign an affidavit swearing they did not leak the draft Dobbs decision. → Read More

Elizabeth Holmes booked a 1-way ticket to Mexico for a friend's wedding while out on bail, prosecutors say

The founder of Theranos was sentenced to more than 11 years in prison last November. She is currently free while her lawyers appeal the decision. → Read More