Donald Trump posted again for the first time in three years since being banned from various social media, taking to X, the platform formerly known as Twitter to post his mugshot.
Extremism researchers say online rhetoric from the far right has heated up since Trump was indicted. But they're not seeing signs that it will translate to collective violence.
The social media company is letting a two-year ban, imposed after Trump supporters stormed the U.S. Capitol, expire.
It is an about-face for the tech giant, which had blocked Trump's social media app from Google Play, its app store, over content that can incite violence.
Regulators including the SEC are investigating a planned merger between a shell company and former President Donald Trump's social media startup.