In today's top stories, Andy Jassy has officially taken the reins as Amazon CEO, Jason Miller's social media site Gettr is hacked and NASA's Ingenuity helicopter makes its most challenging flight yet.
Lawyers for the former president's company have pleaded not guilty to charges related to tax evasion and larceny.
The network, called Gettr, has a look similar to Twitter's.
Communities that couldn't get mortgage loans in the 1940s are the same areas without fast home internet service today. There's no easy fix.
The Justice Department was looking for the source of media reports about contacts between Trump associates and Russia, The New York Times reports.
In today's news, the Biden administration changes how it approaches foreign-linked apps, Elon Musk's Boring Loop begins operation in Las Vegas and Amazon's new Sidewalk feature goes live.
The president signs a new order requiring security reviews of apps linked to foreign adversaries.
The site has been blocked in the country, and the government has reportedly ordered authorities to arrest and prosecute Twitter users.
The social network said the former president will remain suspended from its platform until at least 2023.
In today's top stories, Facebook suspends former President Donald Trump for an additional two years, more private citizens are headed to space, and Moderna seeks full FDA approval for its COVID-19 vaccine.
The social network says after that period it "will look to experts to assess whether the risk to public safety has receded."
"From the Desk of Donald J. Trump" is no longer on the former president's website.