(Bloomberg) -- Welcome to Social Buzz, a daily column looking at what’s trending on social media platforms. I’m Caitlin Fichtel, an editor on Bloomberg’s Breaking News team, which monitors everything from company statements to tweets from some of the most prominent people in the financial world. Here’s your daily look at what the internet is talking about.

Musk Reclaims World’s Wealthiest Title

Elon Musk reclaimed his spot as the world’s wealthiest person after LVMH CEO Bernard Arnault saw shares in his luxury empire LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton SE decline in Paris trading. According to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index, Musk is worth $192.3 billion while Arnault’s net worth sunk to $186.6 billion. 

US Birthrate Declines

The US birth rate declined slightly last year after picking up in 2021 from a multi-decade low in 2020, when the pandemic struck. US births dipped to 3,661,220 last year from 3,664,292 in 2021, according to provisional 2022 birth data released Thursday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Center for Health Statistics.

Debt-Limit Deal Passes in House

The House passed debt-limit legislation forged by President Joe Biden and Speaker Kevin McCarthy that would impose restraints on government spending through the 2024 election and avert a destabilizing US default. Lawmakers from both parties joined to approve the bill 314-117 Wednesday evening, sending the measure to the Senate for consideration as a default deadline draws near. The vote cements Biden’s reputation for pragmatism and working across party lines as he seeks a second term and allows McCarthy to claim success in his first major test as speaker.

Cruise Passenger Search Suspended

The Coast Guard suspended the search for a passenger who is believed to have fallen off a Carnival Cruise ship east of Florida, NBC News reported, citing officials. The passenger, 35-year-old Ronnie Peale, fell off the ship around 4 a.m. local time on Monday morning.

Danny Masterson Found Guilty

Actor Danny Masterson, who starred in That ‘70s Show, was found guilty on two of three counts of rape at his second trial, The Associated Press reported. Masterson could get 30 years to life in prison for the crimes. 

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--With assistance from Alex Tanzi, Erik Wasson and Billy House.

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