The debate was a free-for-all brawl. Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz took turns lashing at Donald Trump, trying to portray him as a man with many insults but little substance.
Millions want caffeine removed from their coffee. Millions more want caffeine added to their soda. Little-known caffeine factories, scattered across the world, satisfy both desires.
It was a crossfire many Republicans opposed to Donald Trump have waited to see, and not always patiently. Had it come earlier, it might have kept some of the other candidates in the hunt longer.
In challenging the FBI, Tim Cook has put himself and Apple front and center in a national debate on digital privacy. But a look at his record makes his confrontation with the government inevitable.
After the reforms approved earlier Friday, Switzerland's Gianni Infantino will have fewer powers than outgoing President Sepp Blatter. Blatter, disgraced by a bribery scandal, isn't in attendance.
More Republicans have voted in early primary states than ever before, while Democratic turnout has dropped off from 2008's historic numbers. But that might not equal success in November for the GOP.
Former Solicitor General Ted Olson is one of the most prominent lawyers in America. He's taken up Apple's fight against the FBI over an encrypted iPhone.
In the weeks between North Korea's nuclear test and rocket launch, 4,000 new American troops have arrived in South Korea. They're still adjusting to challenges, both big and small.
Although 84 percent of teenage boys and young men said they believed avoiding a partner's pregnancy was important, only 42 percent had heard of emergency contraception, researchers in Colorado found.
The suspect, identified as Cedric Ford, is believed to have started shooting 90 minutes after he was served. Three people were killed and more than a dozen wounded before Ford was killed, police say.