House Speaker Paul Ryan finally announced he’ll be voting for Donald Trump, in an op-ed published by his hometown newspaper in Janesville, Wisconsin.
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman said Donald Trump’s Trump University “was really a fraud from beginning to end.”
On Wednesday, President Barack Obama gave a speech endorsing the expansion of Social Security for the first time.
OPEC ended its meeting in Vienna with no change in oil production levels, perhaps a sign that member countries couldn’t reach an agreement.
Snapchat has reportedly passed Twitter in daily usage, with 150 million people using the messaging service every day.
Seventy-two new emoji will be added to the Unicode standard later this month.
Elon Musk explained why it’s likely that our reality is really an advanced simulation.
Taylor Swift has broken up with DJ Calvin Harris, prompting predictions of a new wave of hit songs.
Photo: Republican U.S. presidential candidate and businessman Donald Trump (C) stands between rivals Senator Marco Rubio (L) and Senator Ted Cruz (R) before the start of the Fox Business Network Republican presidential candidates debate in North Charleston, South Carolina, January 14, 2016. REUTERS/Chris Keane