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The outside of Twitter's headquarters in San Francisco last month. The upheaval at the influential social media company threatens to make political violence worse around the world, according to human rights activists. Constanza Hevia/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Untangling Disinformation

Twitter's chaos could make political violence worse outside of the U.S.

Under the chaotic changes unleashed by Elon Musk, Twitter users in the U.S. are confronting problems that have long plagued the social network in other parts of the world.

The outside of Twitter's headquarters in San Francisco last month. The upheaval at the influential social media company threatens to make political violence worse around the world, according to human rights activists. Constanza Hevia/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Twitter's chaos could make political violence worse outside of the U.S.

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Rep. Hakeem Jeffries, D-N.Y., ran unopposed for the position of House Democratic leader. He replaces Rep. Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., who announced she would not run for the top leadership post after Democrats lost control of the House in the midterms. J. Scott Applewhite/AP hide caption

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Rep. Hakeem Jeffries elected as leader of the House Democrats

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