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Newsweek
Sep 26, 2020

How Many Nominees Has the Senate Rejected From Serving on the Supreme Court?
It's rare to be nominated to the Supreme Court—it's even rarer for a person to have their nomination rejected.

Newsweek
Sep 26, 2020

'I Wouldn't Date My Partner Exclusively Until He Proposed—This Is What Our Marriage Is Like'
Nine years ago, I was excelling in my career, but my love life was a disaster. The truth is that even though I was "a catch" on paper, my love life was a string of miserable experiences.

Newsweek
Sep 26, 2020

Mega Millions Results, Numbers for 9/25/20: Did Anyone Win the $24 Million?
The Mega Millions lottery is drawn every Tuesday and Friday.

Newsweek
Sep 26, 2020

NASA Astronaut Voting from Space Encourages Americans to Vote From the Ground
Astronauts are able to vote from space thanks to a 1997 Texas law sponsored by a senator who was upset about an astronaut who missed the 1996 presidential election.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

Maryland Man Sentenced to Year in Jail for Throwing Two Parties Amid Pandemic
Shawn Marshall Myers received a sentence of a year in jail for violating Maryland Governor Larry Hogan's emergency orders in March.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

Trump Says Pelosi Isn't to Blame for Stimulus Deadlock, China Is
Pelosi "is only doing it for political reasons. Not your fault," the president said. "You know whose fault it is? China's fault."

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

Trump Says the Black Lives Matter Movement Is 'Destroying Many Black Lives'
While Trump never specified how the movement is destroying Black lives, he did lie several times about the group at Friday's "Blacks for Trump" rally.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

Donald Trump Says Democrats Would Have Nominated New Supreme Court Justice Faster
"I'm watching the Democrats saying how terrible it is that we're appointing," President Donald Trump said. "We have the right. We won the election."

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

Court Removes Trump's Public Lands Chief, Finds He Served Unlawfully After Dem Governor Sued
The U.S. Department of Interior called District Court Judge Brian Morris' decision "outrageous."

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

Health Care Replaces the Economy as Greatest Concern Among Americans: Poll
According to Friday's poll, 19 percent of all Americans consider health care to be the greatest issue facing the U.S. today.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

WWE 'SmackDown' Results: What Happened on the 'Clash of Champions' Go-Home Show
Alexa Bliss and Lacey Evans go one-on-one this Friday.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

'Pretty Lame Excuse': Texas Democratic Party Chair Joins Trump In Criticizing Biden's Low-Key Campaign
"I thought he had his own plane," Texas Democratic Party Chairman Gilberto Hinojosa said. "He doesn't have to sit with one space between another person on a commercial airline like I would."

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

CDC COVID-19 Door-to-Door Surveyors Pulled After Residents Shout Racist Slurs, Threats
One Latina worker said she was called a particular anti-Latino racist slur "more in the last week than in her entire life."

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

Barack Obama Endorses Democrat Who Would be First Transgender State Senator If Elected
"In 2020, I've been endorsed by the man I was proud to vote for and work for," Delaware state senate candidate Sarah McBride tweeted about her endorsement by former President Barack Obama.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

House Democrats Developing New Scaled-Back Stimulus Package—Here's What We Know
The proposal is expected to include another round of direct payments, small-business loan funding, help for restaurants and the domestic airline industry.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

COVID-19 Vaccine Has 98 Percent Success Rate in Johnson & Johnson Early Trial
"We encourage Americans to enroll in the vaccine trial," President Donald Trump said during a Thursday press conference.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

McCloskeys Give Viral Gun-Holding Photo Holiday Card to Protester Yelling 'Abolish the Suburbs'
The St. Louis couple were making copies of a holiday card displaying their gun-toting photo, according to the protester, who posted a video of the incident.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

Donald Trump Flipped This Wisconsin County in 2016, and 2020 Looks Like a Repeat
"People are coming in left and right. They want signs, they want hats, they want the Trump T-shirt—you name it. It's been unlike anything I've seen in politics," one lawmaker told Newsweek.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

Joe Biden, Donald Trump Campaign Yard Signs Pilfered in Florida County
Lawn signs from both Biden and Trump campaigns have been disappearing from lawns in Jefferson County, Florida. One local party official says it's a subtle form of aggression.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

Former Intelligence Agency Director Who Briefed Trump Says He Endangers the Nation's National Security
"Before this election, I have never spoken out for or against a candidate for any office," Robert Cardillo wrote. "But I can be silent no longer."

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

Snyder Cut: Zach Snyder's Spending $70 Million to Reshoot 'Justice League'
A new reports claims that Snyder's budget to finish his version of the superhero epic has ballooned.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

Antonov An-26 Military Plane Crashes in Ukraine, Killing at Least 22
According to reports, there are two survivors who have sustained severe injuries, while the search is ongoing for four more passengers.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

'Animal Crossing' Nintendo Switch: Where to Get Special Edition Console
Currently, only certain retailers have the special console available online.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

Skincare and Snakes? Ulta Beauty Shoppers Interrupted When a Venomous Snake Slithered by The Brow Bar
The Kentucky incident may make you think twice about in-store shopping.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

Democrats' Election Advice to Candidates: Make It All About Health Care
A two-page messaging strategy memo sent to House Democrats and candidates across the country further represented the belief among party leaders that the vacant Supreme Court seat Republicans are so quickly trying to fill could be a winning issue for Democrats at the ballot box.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

RBG Fought for Working Moms. It's Time for America to Do the Same | Opinion
Mothers are facing impossible expectations in the COVID-19 pandemic—and it hurts all of us. Employers and national leaders must take action.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

Kyle Rittenhouse's Mother Receives Standing Ovation at Wisconsin GOP Event
On Thursday night, Rittenhouse's mother, Wendy and his lawyer, John Pierce, attended a Waukesha County Republican event, and were applauded by the crowd, after being brought on stage by conservative commentator Michelle Malkin.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

Democrats Cross the Line on Judges | Opinion
The Democrats, whose frustration is causing them to lash out, are promising to leave no stone unturned in their attempt to upend Trump's coming nomination.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

'Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War' Beta: How to Get a Free Xfinity Code
"Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War" will soon be hosting a multiplayer beta, and Xfinity customers can get in early. Learn about the process here.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

Tucker Carlson Wins Defamation Lawsuit After Fox News Argues His Viewers Know to Watch His Show With Some 'Skepticism'
Karen McDougal's lawyer, Eric Bernstein, filed the lawsuit in December 2019 alleging the TV show host defamed McDougal during a segment that aired on the channel one year earlier.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

New Stimulus Deal Before Election Day Looks Increasingly Unlikely
The Grand Canyon-like gap between the two parties on how to address the struggling economy has persisted for months. Only this time, the election is just 39 days away and a fierce partisan battle over a Supreme Court vacancy is consuming Congress.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

Day After Breonna Taylor Police Indictment, Cardi B Says 'Nobody But a Wall Is Getting Justice'
In a video posted to her Instagram, the rapper called out people who defend the charges in the Breonna Taylor case.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

How to Watch 'Father of the Bride 3': New 'Mini-Movie' With Steve Martin and Other Original Cast
The long-awaited reunion follows its predecessors "Father of the Bride" and "Father of the Bride Part II" from 1991 and 1995, respectively.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

How the Election Will Be Won | Opinion
The 2020 election is all about what kind of country America wants to be. And President Trump should prevail.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

This Is How Much Radiation You'd Be Exposed to If You Visited the Moon
Long-term moon missions could pose "substantial risks" to astronauts from space radiation, according to a study.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

'Destiny 2' Xur Inventory & Location September 25: Telesto & Citan's Ramparts
"Destiny 2" has a new Xur inventory for the week of September 25 that includes Telesto and Citan's Ramparts. Read our tips to figure out how your Legendary Shards should be spent.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

Edward Said: American Intellectual, Palestinian Patriot, Breaker of Dogmas | Opinion
Politics have degenerated to dreary trench warfare. We miss thinkers like Said, who challenged prejudice and stood by their principles—but would cross divides and engage in debate even with their most strident opponents.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

Innovators Should Turn to a Frontier as Challenging as Space: Food Poverty | Opinion
All too often, the ideas that get people excited tend toward the futuristic, like rocket ships and quantum computers. In an unequal society, these sorts of things don't benefit those most in need.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

Da'Vonne Rogers Called Out 'Big Brother' for Having No Black Winners
"Not seeing a face that looks like mine is very discouraging," she said in her eviction speech on Thursday night.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

Auschwitz Museum Director Asks President of Nigeria to Pardon 13-Year-Old Boy Jailed for 'Blasphemy'
In a letter to Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari on Friday, museum director Piotr Cywinski said that he can't stay silent after the conviction and sentencing of 13-year-old Omar Farouq's for offensive words said during an argument with a friend.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

White House Chief of Staff Seeks to Clarify Trump's Peaceful Transition of Power Comments
Asked whether he will commit to a peaceful transition of power if he loses the election, Trump said earlier this week that he will "have to see what happens."

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

Trump's Plan to End Tax That Funds Social Security Is Extremely Unpopular, Even Among Republicans
"We will be, on the assumption I win, we are going to be terminating the payroll tax after the beginning of the new year," President Donald Trump said during a news conference last month.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

Former GOP Congressmen Endorse 'Not Perfect' Joe Biden Over 'Reckless Trumpian Chaos and Division'
"Joe Biden is not a perfect man, but he is a man of humble decency," Charles Djou and Mickey Edwards wrote in an op-ed Friday.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

China or America: Who's Really 'Bossing the World?' | Opinion
China's conception of multilateralism puts the world at peril.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

Democrats Prepare for Battle Beyond Election Day
As the late-summer turned to fall, Democratic groups were planning for all eventualities, including a contested election—and that was before President Donald Trump chilled his opposition across the country, refusing to commit to a peaceful transfer of power.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

Iran's Missiles are the Real Threat | Opinion
It is important that the U.S. and its allies focus on the ballistic missile threat and see the nuclear program as part of a wider weapons system, instead of allowing Iran to pretend that each part of its weapons program is independent.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

After BTS Grammy Museum Interview TV Personality Slams Band and Fans Are Furious
It came in defense of another comment some deemed offensive.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

Louisville Church Where Breonna Taylor Protesters Hid Surrounded by Police After 9 p.m. Curfew
Around 20 protesters were inside the First Unitarian Church of Louisville's sanctuary, and at least 50 protesters remained outside in its courtyard in an hour-long standoff with the Louisville Metro Police Department.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

Does Joe Biden Own an Island Near Epstein's? Conspiracy Theory Spreads As Election Approaches
The baseless claim attempting to link Biden with the deceased sex offender continues to appear on Facebook and Twitter can be traced back to niche online communities, including QAnon.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

Does Joe Biden Own an Island Near Epstein's? Conspiracy Theory Spreads on Social Media As Election Approaches
The baseless claim attempting to link Biden with the deceased sex offender continues to appear on Facebook and Twitter can be traced back to niche online communities, including QAnon.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

Breonna Taylor's Mother 'Never' Had Faith in Kentucky Attorney General: 'We Are Never Safe'
No one was charged in Taylor's fatal shooting by police, a long-awaited decision that the family said is not justified.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

George Clooney's 'The Midnight Sky' Shows an Apocalyptic Future Too Close for Comfort
The Netflix film, also starring Felicity Jones and Kyle Chandler, is headed to Netflix this December.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

Hunter Biden and Tuesday's Debate | Opinion
The latest Senate Republican report on Hunter Biden has offered a new twist for the presidential election.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

Video of RBG's Personal Trainer Doing Pushups in Front of Late SCOTUS Judge's Casket Goes Viral
Bryant Johnson, Ruth Bader Ginsburg's longtime personal trainer, honored the late trailblazer with pushups before her casket as she lay in state in the U.S. Capitol.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

Read Mark Zuckerberg's Remarks to Staff About Breonna Taylor
In a Thursday all-hands meeting, Zuckerberg addressed the ruling for the officers in Breonna Taylor's killing and spoke about issues the social network has faced recently.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

When Will Trump's Drug Discount Cards Be Distributed? Medicare Recipients to Receive $200
While delivering a speech on healthcare in Charlotte, North Carolina, the president discussed his America First Healthcare Agenda and outlined a "historic plan to benefit our great seniors."

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

No, The Weeknd's 'King of the Fall' Isn't a New Song But You Can Finally Listen to It
The song originally dropped in 2014.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

Republicans Mitch McConnell, Kevin McCarthy Skip Ruth Bader Ginsburg Ceremony Despite Invites
It is rare for members of the Big Four—the top leaders in both chambers—to miss such historic and significant ceremonies at the Capitol, particularly for those who lie in state.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

'Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links' Zexal World Release Date, Cards & More Revealed
Yuma's ace monster Number 39: Utopia will be the cover card for the upcoming main box.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

Woman Sues Disney Claiming Son with Autism Refused Entry to Store for Not Wearing Mask
The claimant said her child, who is unable to wear a mask because he has autism, was distraught over the incident.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

Child With Autism Removed From School After Staff Presume Coughing Tic Is Coronavirus Symptom
The boy was reported to have been evaluated by nurses and placed in a containment room before his mother arrived at the school.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

Amy Coney Barrett's People of Praise and the Role of Women, According to Former Members
People who once belonged to the self-described charismatic Christian community told Newsweek women are expected to be "absolutely obedient" to their husbands as well as male leaders.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

Ahead of Election, Unemployment Is Falling Faster in Sharpest Obama-Trump Swing Counties
The unemployment rate in some of the counties that swung most from Obama to Trump is better than the U.S. average.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

Carole Baskin's Next 'Dancing With the Stars' Song Is 'The Circle of Life' But It Has a Morbid Message
Here's why the "Tiger King" star may cry while dancing.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

Trump Lower than Obama, Xi and Putin in Poll Revealing World's Most Admired Men
Obama deposed Bill Gates from the top slot in the YouGov poll of more than 45,000 people across 42 countries and territories.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

UN Human Rights Council Ignores Real Abuses to Attack Israel | Opinion
The Human Rights Council reserves a spot on its agenda to condemn the Jewish state—the sole country-specific item—whereas human rights issues in the entire rest of the world are shoved into one solitary agenda item.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

Is the Apple Face Mask For Sale?
The Apple face mask was designed by the engineering teams that usually work on iPhones and iPads.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

Biden's Swing Voter Problem Isn't SCOTUS. It's the First Election Debate | Analysis
While pundits are obsessing about the nomination battle for RGB's replacement, an analysis of social media conversations shows swing voters are much more interested in seeing how Biden will perform against Trump.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

Watch this Wholesome TikTok of Joe Biden Buying Balloons and Flowers
And of course he's rocking his signature aviators.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

The Republican Senators Up for Re-Election Who Are Underperforming Trump in the Polls
Donald Trump is more popular than GOP senators contesting key races in Iowa, Montana, North Carolina and South Carolina.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

'Exceptionally Rare' Mutant Diamondback Rattlesnake Discovered in Florida
Eastern diamondbacks grow to an average of 3 to 6 feet in length and can weigh up to 10 pounds, making them the longest and heaviest venomous snakes in North America.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

Highsnobiety Vows To Never Cover Tory Lanez Again After 'Disgraceful' and 'Toxic' Album Release
He's been accused of disrespecting a Black women.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

In Pennsylvania, a Crucial State for Trump, Mail-in Ballots Can Still Be Counted Days After Election
Pennsylvania, along with three crucial swing states, plans to extend the deadline for receiving mail-in ballots in order to ensure people get their votes in.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

Woman Sues School Division For $150,000 For Forcing Children To Wear Face Masks
In her claim, the woman from Ontario, Canada said her children were unable to wear masks for "any period of time."

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

Louisville Officer Shot in Protests Applauded by Fellow Officers Upon Return to Work
Officers Aubrey Gregory and Robinson Desroches were shot on Wednesday evening at protests.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

Where Can You Buy Kanye West's 2020 Campaign Hoodie? Right Now, You Can't
The rapper tweeted a photo of a supposed 2020 hoodie that says "Kanye 2020 Vision," but there's nowhere you can buy it yet.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

'Fargo' Season 4 Release Date: When the New Season Starts and How to Watch
"Fargo" Season 4 is finally coming out, three years after the last edition of the FX and Hulu show was released - and fans will soon be able to watch it on TV and online.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

Ex-Pence Aide Goes After Donald Trump in New Ad, Says He's Putting Law Enforcement in Harms Way
"He is putting our law enforcement in harm's way purposefully because he thinks it serves his agenda," Vice President Mike Pence's former Homeland Security and Counterterrorism adviser said.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

Fox News Poll Shows Voters in PA, OH and NV Trust Biden Over Trump on SCOTUS Nomination
The poll's findings come as Democrats and Republicans continue to spar over who should be responsible for nominating a new Supreme Court justice.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

'Animal Crossing: New Horizons' Fall Update Brings Halloween Festivities & More
The special edition "Animal Crossing" Nintendo Switch will also be returning to retailers.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

How to Watch WayV's TikTok Stage Voice On Performance Without the App
No TikTok? No problem.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

Outrage as Whole Foods CEO Says Ignorance and Poor Choices Cause Obesity
In an interview with The New York Times, John Mackey said healthy eating is not an "access problem," but a "market demand problem."

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

Here's How Aaron Sorkin Would Write Election Night 2020
"For the first time, his Republican enablers march up to the White House and say Donald it's time to go," Sorkin revealed at the San Sebastian Film Festival.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

'Fortnite' Creative 5 Best 'Fall Guys' Map Codes to Play With Friends
"Fortnite" and "Fall Guys" collide in these five awesome map codes. Squad up and earn a different kind of crown with your friends.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

Toddler Shoots 12-Year-Old Cousin After Finding Gun On Bed
The 2-year-old was playing in a house in Alabama when he picked up the weapon and fired it at the other child.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

Trump's Dangerous MAGA Kitsch | Opinion
The president's "patriotic education" commission does not highlight American exceptionalism but rather his fondness for the tactics of authoritarian regimes.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

Missing a Stimulus Check Payment? People Have Less Than a Week to Claim Children
Many people received their proper payment automatically, but those who receive federal benefits may be missing out on at least $500.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

Lowe's Kobalt Chainsaw Recall Due to 'Laceration Hazard,' Might Not Turn Off
No injuries have been reported and consumers have been advised to immediately stop usage of the chainsaws.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

'The Comey Rule': Actor Amy Seimetz Calls the Events 'A Precursor to What's Happening Now'
"Regardless of how you feel about the FBI, there's an interesting story being told," Seimetz told Newsweek.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

Trump Has Narrow Lead Over Biden in Key Swing State of Iowa: Poll
Fifty percent of registered voters in the state said they'd vote for Trump, compared with 44 percent for Biden.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

Sharks May Start Feasting on Hundreds of Dead Whales in Mass Stranding Off Tasmania, Authorities Warn
Since Monday, over 450 long-finned pilot whales have been stranded on the shores of Macquarie Harbor in Australia.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

Coronavirus Outbreak at Oregon Seafood Plant As Nearly 100 Workers Test Positive
The plant is partnering with the state to respond to the cases that have been tied to "Labor Day social activities," the company confirmed.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

Amy Coney Barrett Clear Favorite Over Barbara Lagoa To Be Trump's Supreme Court Pick: Bookmakers
The serving U.S. Court of Appeals judge is considered the frontrunner to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died last week.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

Ellen DeGeneres Less Admired Than Melania Trump After Year of Scandal: Poll
The TV host has fallen to the last place of YouGov's annual "world's most admired" poll after a summer plagued by toxic workplace allegations.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

What Tory Lanez Says About Megan Thee Stallion Shooting on New Album 'Daystar'
Tory Lanez has been accused of shooting rapper Megan Thee Stallion in her feet after a party in July.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

Herd Immunity Study Rand Paul Cited Against Fauci Actually Refutes Senator's Claim
The paper Paul cited suggested herd immunity could be reached at just over 40 percent, which is far below the 22 percent infection rate in New York.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

Trump's Pre-Election Run of Better Approval Rating Polls Has Ended
The president's average approval rating has stagnated at around 43 percent since the start of the month.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

Kosovo, Serbia May Rename Shared Lake After Trump in Honor of Recent Deal
Two two Balkan nations signed a historic economic cooperation agreement earlier this month, as part of a push for a full peace deal.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

Knife Attack Near Former Charlie Hebdo Offices Leaves 4 People Injured
The French satirical magazine recently republished images of the Prophet Muhammad.

Newsweek
Sep 25, 2020

Russia Vows to Retaliate If U.S. Senators Impose Sanctions over Navalny Poisoning
U.S. senators have introduced a bi-partisan bill titled the "Holding Russia Accountable for Malign Activities Act of 2020."

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