• In this Friday, May 13, 2016, photo, animation and gaming arts student Lindsey O'Brien works on her project at Moore College of Art & Design in Philadelphia. Students from the all-female arts college stood out without even trying when they attended a conference for video game developers last year. O’Brien says they were basically the only girls in the room. But the male-dominated video game industry is changing as more women get involved in designing, playing and reviewing the games. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)

    After Gamergate, female video game developers on the rise

    PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Students from an all-female arts college in Philadelphia attended a conference for video game developers last year and, without even trying, they stood out.

  • In this Friday, May 27, 2016, photo Jennifer Perelman poses for a photo at her home in Davie, Fla. In an election between two deeply unpopular candidates for president, the difference between winning and losing will come at the margins. Can Donald Trump turn out a few more white men? Can Hillary Clinton win over a few more suburban women? (AP Photo/Alan Diaz)

    Trump’s movement campaign needs adjustments at margins

    TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — Donald Trump calls his presidential campaign a mass movement, but he must show he can coax enough support from voters who twice delivered the White House to Barack Obama.

  • In this May 11, 2016, photo, Jeremy Wiggins poses for a photo in Columbia, Mo. Wiggins, a 20-year-old business administration major at the University of Missouri-Columbia, is a supporter of Donald Trump and has been elected to be a delegate from Missouri to the Republican National Convention where he plans to cast his delegate vote for Trump. While most polls show Bernie Sanders is the overwhelming favorite of millennials, some young voters are taking a serious look at Trump as the primary season rolls on.  (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson)

    Dump Trump? Some millennials aren’t so sure

    COSTA MESA, Calif. (AP) — Brendan De Regla drove three hours and waited in line for half a day to see Donald Trump speak at a rally in Southern California.

  • In this photo taken May 19, 2016, Kenneth P. Chrzastek poses for a photo at his home in Chicago. Taking Social Security benefits early comes with a price, yet more than 4 in 10 Americans who are 50 and over say they'll dip into the program before reaching full retirement age. An Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research poll released Thursday, May 26, 2016, found that 44 percent report Social Security will be their biggest source of income during their retirement years. (AP Photo/M. Spencer Green)

    Many opt to take Social Security before full retirement age

    CHICAGO (AP) — Taking Social Security benefits early comes with a price, yet more than 4 in 10 Americans who are 50 and over say they’ll dip into the program before reaching full retirement age.

  • Britain’s small businesses may hold key to EU vote

    LONDON (AP) — With sparks flying from a welder at work behind him, Simon Boyd’s voice rises as he explains why he believes the United Kingdom should leave the European Union even though his company, REIDsteel, has put up buildings across the 28-nation bloc, from the Netherlands to Poland and Italy.

  • In this photo taken May 7, 2016, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks during a rally in Spokane, Wash. Donald Trump faces a struggle proving himself to white, suburban women, who could be crucial in the November general election.  (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)

    In swing state suburbs, white women are skeptical of Trump

    WESTERVILLE, Ohio (AP) — For Donald Trump to win the White House in November, he’ll need the votes of women like Elizabeth Andrus.