White House spokesman Sean Spicer apologizes for saying Assad’s chemical weapon atrocities were worse than Hitler’s. Evidently, Spicer forgot about the gas chambers that were in the “Holocaust centers,” otherwise known as concentration camps.
Putin meets with Secretary of State Tillerson after the former keeps the latter waiting and waiting.
Meredith Corp falls short of Time Inc’s takeover bid expectations.
Qualcomm is ordered to refund BlackBerry $814.9 million over royalties for past sales.
HSBC says its clients are already rerouting their business due to Brexit.
Facebook Messenger hits 1.2 billion monthly users, up from 1 billion in July.
Microsoft will show the world new hardware on May 2, but no new Surface Pro.
Can you fall in love with a robot?
Comedian Charlie Murphy (and Eddie’s brother) is dead at 57.
Photo: White House spokesman Sean Spicer holds a press briefing at the White House in Washington January 23, 2017. Reuters/Kevin Lamarque