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Mar 04, 2021

Lindsey Graham Offers 'Waffle House' Plan to Dems Worried About $15 Minimum Wage
"I don't mind looking at increasing the minimum wage in a responsible way," Graham said. "That will be easier for business and get us to where we want to go."

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

100 Baby Names That Dominated the 1970s
From song titles to famous fictional characters, find out why these 100 monikers topped the list of most popular names in the 1970s.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

The 17 Dog Breeds That Are Easiest To Potty Train
Pet parents will know that potty training puppies is never a painless experience—but some dogs make it easier than others.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

Majority of New Yorkers Don't Want Andrew Cuomo to Resign Despite Recent Scandals: Poll
The poll also found that 59 percent of New Yorkers don't want him to run for re-election in 2022.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

Congressional Review Act Could Allow Dems to Strike Down Trump-Era Rules
Congressional Democrats and President Joe Biden could move to quickly invalidate many federal rules imposed during the waning days of the administration of former President Donald Trump, with or without the cooperation of Republicans.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

Iraq Militias at the Center of U.S.-Iran Tensions to Protect Pope Francis
A spokesperson for the Popular Mobilization Forces told Newsweek that the militia collective "is participating in the process of securing the visit of Pope Francis," and, "specifically in Mosul, securing the churches there."

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

47 Plants That Begin to Bloom in March
From vibrant lilacs to unique bleeding hearts, here is why everyone should be on the lookout for these 47 plants as they start to bloom this month.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

Video Shows Malaysian Man Beaten in NYC Subway as Anti-Asian Hate Attacks Spike
In 2020, 122 incidents of anti-Asian-American hate crimes occurred in 16 of the nation's most populous cities—a nearly 150 percent increase over 2019.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

Fact Check: Will Georgia Bill Make it a Crime to Give Food and Drinks to Voters?
In Georgia, new House Bill 531 passed through the state House of Representatives on Monday. It would enforce new voting restrictions and has sparked controversy while it awaits a state Senate vote.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

Fact Check: Are Anal Swabs to Test For COVID-19 Mandatory in China?
Some Chinese health officials believe using anal swabs to test for COVID-19 to be the most effective method. They say traces of the virus may last longer in the digestive tract than in the respiratory tract.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

Fact Check: Did House Democrats Vote to Ban Voter ID Nationwide with HR-1?
Democrats in the House passed their signature voting rights and anti-corruption bill, HR-1, on Wednesday. No Republicans crossed party lines to support the bill. With conservatives' hardline opposition to HR-1 comes a host of allegations about what the legislation accomplishes would accomplish.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

Don't Sleep on Canned and Boxed Wines—Here are 5 to Try
Quit sleeping on fun wines. We've rounded up the essential celebrity, canned and boxed wines to try in 2021.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

AMD RX 6700 XT Specs Comparison Vs RTX 3070 and 3060 Ti: Which Card is Best?
AMD revealed its RX 6700 XT GPU on Wednesday, but does it really stand a chance against NVIDIA's RTX 3070 and 3060 Ti? Based on the initial release, here's how we think the new card will perform.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

I Voted Trump. I'm Willing to Give Biden a Shot—If He Delivers on COVID Relief | Opinion
Even this Trump voter is looking to President Biden and members of Congress to keep their word, step up and pass relief for Americans now.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

Biden Must Expose China's COVID-19 Cover-Up | Opinion
The United States' ability to prevent the next pandemic is riding on the outcome of the investigation into COVID-19's origins. The pandemic's impact on the American economy and society shows the consequences of getting it wrong.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

GOP West Virginia Governor Suggests Abbott Trying to Do 'Macho Thing' by Lifting Mask Mandates
"We're going to do the smart thing in West Virginia," Governor Jim Justice said, noting that he'd continue to follow the advice of experts.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

Gretchen Whitmer Says Social Media 'Absolutely' Plays Role in U.S. Extremism
The Michigan governor spoke with actors Chris Evans and Mark Kassen about homegrown domestic terrorism, which she said is "a real and growing concern."

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

Almost Half of Americans Have No Confidence in Biden to Deal With China: Poll
Pew's study also found that a majority of Americans say that the U.S. should work on promoting human rights in China, regardless if it harms economic relations between the two countries.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

Senate Advances COVID Relief Bill With Kamala Harris as Tie-Breaking Vote
The U.S. Senate voted 51-50 on Thursday to advance President Joe Biden's coronavirus relief bill, bringing the sprawling $1.9 trillion package one step closer to being passed.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

As a Black Child in Houston, my Dr. Seuss Moment Was About Thomas Jefferson | Opinion
If our ideals as a society live up to our better angels, then those ideals can be sacred because they lift up humanity. And we become enlightened.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

China Wants 'Mutual Respect' from U.S., Warns Rival Alliances Won't 'End Well'
Secretary of State Antony Blinken said the world should "work the way we want" as it serves "the American people," but Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Wang Wenbin rejects an order "defined by individual countries for the purpose of holding onto their hegemony."

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

'Married at First Sight' Fans Are Fed Up With 'Disrespectful and Immature' Chris
The 27-year-old from Georgia is the Season 12 cast member that viewers cannot stand.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

Lindsey Boylan Says She's Not Focused on Punishing Andrew Cuomo, 'I Just Want the Abuse to Stop'
Boylan said she was moved to speak out against the governor after seeing he had been floated to lead the U.S. Justice Department under President Joe Biden.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

The Two-State Solution Won't Save Itself, Mr. President | Opinion
A fragile stability seems to be lulling the new U.S. president and his team into complacency—but things risk getting out of hand very quickly if nothing is done.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

After Calls to Defund Police, Democrats Consider 20% Increase to Capitol Police Budget, Making It Biggest Force in the U.S.
Acting USCP Chief Yogananda Pittman requested an increase in USCP's 2022 budget to $619.2 million, a 20 percent hike from last year's budget.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

Biden's Commerce Secretary Praises Trump's China Tariffs as 'Effective'
Gina Raimondo described China's behavior as "anti-competitive" and "coercive," adding that the nation's "human rights abuses are horrific."

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

Ebay Is Removing Listings for Discontinued Dr Seuss Books, Citing 'Offensive Materials Policy'
"We have a strict policy against hate and discrimination to ensure our platform remains a safe, trusted and inclusive environment for our global community of buyers and sellers," the company said in an email on Thursday.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

Donald Trump's YouTube Channel Will Remain Suspended Over Risk of Violence, CEO Says
"It's pretty clear right now that there is still an elevated risk of violence," YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki said Thursday.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

Bitcoin Destined to Be the World's Currency, Value to Reach 'Infinity,' Crypto Trader Claims
"This national currency's only 50 years old, it's already showing extreme signs of weakness," Kraken CEO Powell said, "and pretty soon I think people are going to start measuring the price of things in Bitcoin."

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

QAnon Theorists Switch Date to March 20 After No Trump Inauguration, Call the 4th 'False Flag'
Right-wing conspiracists who support QAnon began to express doubt over the significance of March 4—which they previously believed to be the date of Donald Trump's re-inauguration—last month.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

Women Accusing Cuomo Won't Come Out on Top | Opinion
Andrew Cuomo very well may have said the inappropriate things being reported, but none of the women were physically harmed by what was at most unwanted flirtation.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

Alabama Governor Breaks With Fellow Republicans, Sides With Biden on Mask Order
Governor Kay Ivey extended the statewide mask mandate until April 9, which will not be extended upon expiry.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

Richard Barnett, Capitol Rioter Who Put Feet Up on Pelosi's Desk, Calls Incarceration 'Not Fair'
Richard Barnett's frustration over his pretrial detention boiled over on Thursday when faced with the prospect of spending another month in jail.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

100-Year-Old McDonald's Employee Celebrates Birthday With Local Community
Ruthie Schuster is "famous for her singing and dancing around the dining room, and she brings joy to our restaurant team and all our customers every day that she works," said McDonald's owner Michael Delligatti.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

Donald Trump Rebukes WSJ After Editorial Board Suggests the GOP Look Past His Presidency
"Fortunately, nobody cares much about The Wall Street Journal editorial anymore. They have lost great credibility," the former president said in a statement.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

Sex Assault Suspect Falls to His Death From Apartment While Fleeing Police
The man tried to escape by heading "to the roof of the building and hanging over the ledge," said officers in Washington, D.C. He died at the scene.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

Adam Kinzinger Suggests Former Military 'More Apt to Be Radicalized'
A recent study found about 20 percent of those who have been charged in connection with the riot at the U.S. Capitol on January 6 have served in the military.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

PS5 and Xbox Series X/S Restock Confirmed at Walmart Thursday
Gamers looking for the Xbox Series X/S will have to get to their computers sooner than potential PS5 buyers.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

Deb Haaland Confirmation as Interior Secretary Likely, as 2nd GOP Senator Supports Nomination
"I have decided to support this nomination today, to support the first Native American to hold this position," Senator Lisa Murkowski of Alaska said on Thursday.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

Robo-Police Dog Has People Worried About Secret Surveillance and Unmanned Weaponry
The NYPD's announcement about a recent investigation involving a robot dog has left people with concerns about its future uses and sci-fi scenarios.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

Dogecoin Creator Billy Markus Wants Elon Musk to 'Literally' Send His Crypto to the Moon
Markus, the currency's co-founder, told Newsweek he thought it would be "really cool" if Musk could somehow blast some of the crypto into space.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

'Pokémon Go' Tour Kanto Bonus Event: Start Time, Research Tasks and More
Be sure to pick up your bundles and complete the tasks before the event ends in early April.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

Texas GOP Mayor Doubles Down on Calling Greg Abbott's Removal of Mask Mandate 'Premature'
"We're definitely not out of the woods yet," said Fort Worth, Texas Mayor Betsy Price.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

'Apex Legends' Caustic Takeover and Chaos Theory Event Revealed With Big Update
"Apex Legends" has a new event on the horizon themed around Caustic. Here's everything you can expect after the huge update arrives March 9.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

21 Standout Whiskeys, Vodkas and Tequilas You Must Try in 2021
We sampled dozens of whiskeys, bourbons, vodkas and tequilas, and these are the 21 spirits that you need to try in 2021.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

Tom Cruise Joins TikTok After Deepfake Videos of Movie Star Go Viral
Three bizarre and highly realistic deepfake videos of the "Mission Impossible" actor appeared on the platform in recent days.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

China Becomes First Country With 1,000 Billionaires: Report
The 10th edition of the Hurun Global Rich List, published by Shanghai-based Hurun Report, has Tesla CEO Elon Musk at the top for the very first time among the world's 3,228 known billionaires.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

Man Finally Arrested After 18 Months for QAnon Conspiracy Theory Vandalism on Landmark Rock Formation
Mark Russo has been arrested in connection to a high-profile vandalism case that featured the QAnon slogan "WWG1WGA."

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

Stimulus Check Calculator: How to Estimate How Much of the $1,400 Payments You'll Get
Direct payments are expected to phase out faster than they did in the first two rounds, and an estimated 17 million people may be outside the cutoff.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

Madison Cawthorn Challenger's Twitter Following Grows 20 Times in One Day
The freshman Republican congressman is facing accusations of sexual harassment and misconduct, which he denies.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

Billy McFarland, Fyre Festival Organizer, Reveals Biggest Lie He Told
The fraudster is currently serving a six-year prison sentence after pleading guilty to two counts of wire fraud.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

BLM Say George Floyd Policing Act Goes 'Nowhere Near Far Enough'
The bill would ban chokeholds and create national standards for policing, as well as outlawing "qualified immunity" for law enforcement.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

Did Greg Abbott Get Vaccinated Just Before Lifting Texas Mask Mandate?
Some Texas Democrats have accused Abbott of endangering lives with his decision to lift restrictions.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

Mississippi, Only State to See Spike in COVID Cases Over Past Week, Eases Restrictions
According to data from the COVID Tracking Project, Mississippi saw a 62.4 percent increase in cases over a seven-day period. On February 23 the state was reporting an average of 358.3 new cases a day, but this number has since increased to 581.9, as of Tuesday.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

How Can Britney Spears Perform Hundreds of Shows But Still Be Under Conservatorship?
The singer performed a total of 248 shows during a four-year residency at the Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino in Las Vegas.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

Andrew Cuomo's Sexual Harassment Bill Lowered Bar for Complaints, Eliminated 'Severe' Requirement
The Democratic New York governor has been accused of sexually harassing three women—including two of his former employees.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

Donald Trump's 2024 Election Chances Surge After CPAC Speech—Bookmakers
At the conference on February 28, the former president once again refused to acknowledge that he lost November's election.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

New Jobless Claims Rise Again as Congress Continues to Debate Biden's $1.9 Trillion Stimulus Package
More than 1 million American workers filed new unemployment claims for the 50th consecutive week.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

Radio Host Demands Meghan Markle Be Stripped of U.K. Citizenship—Which She Does Not Have
Meghan Markle faces call to be stripped of her U.K. citizenship from a right wing radio host over her tell-all Oprah Winfrey interview—but the duchess was never made a British citizen.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

Biden's 'Neanderthal Thinking' Remark Prompts Furor in Mississippi, Texas
"When President Biden said that we were all Neanderthals, it struck me as someone who needs to get outside of Washington, D.C., and actually travel to Middle America," Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves, who recently lifted the statewide mask mandate, said in response to the president's remarks.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

How Much Elizabeth Warren's Net Worth Tax Would Cost Prominent Politicians
The Massachusetts senator's proposed legislation could cost Donald Trump around $39 million.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

Dr. Fauci Urges Texans, Mississippians to Wear Masks As Mandates Lifted
The public health official said "now is not the time to pull back" as some governors relax COVID restrictions.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

Americans Want Joe Biden to Take on China, but Aren't Sure He Will: Poll
The majority of Americans now see China as an enemy or competitor, with less than 10 percent considering Beijing a partner.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

Viral TikTok Video of Spooky Mirror Sparks 'Candyman' Comparisons
A woman investigating a mysterious mirror does not find a murderous spirit, but the reality is almost as creepy.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

QAnon Shaman Jacob Chansley, From Jail, Calls Senate Sacred Space, Says He Stopped People Stealing Muffins
The Capitol rioter said it "wounded" him "deeply" that Trump did not pardon him, but he said he does not regret his loyalty to the former president.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

As Stimulus Debate Rolls On, Most Want Congress To Do More To Ease Hardship
Polling has shown many Americans have struggled to pay for basic living costs in recent months, as the COVID-19 continues to pose hardships across the nation.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

'Smash Ultimate' Pyra/Mythra Release Time: When and How to Download Latest Fighter
The release of Pyra and Mythra will be joined by new Mii Fighter Costumes.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

Pyra and Mythra 'Smash Ultimate' Release Date, Differences Revealed in Demo
Pyra and Mythra's play styles in "Super Smash Bros. Ultimate" are very different.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

Joe Biden's Plan to Cancel $10K of Student Debt Is More Popular Than Eliminating $50K: Poll
Public support for eliminating student loan debt dropped 16 points when the amount of debt cancellation was increased to $50,000, according to a new Monmouth University survey.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

The Eight Sleep Mattress—The Smart Bed of the Future Here Today
Eight Sleep's Pod Pro mattress provides temperature control and sleep tracking, making it incredibly smart. Is this smart mattress worth its cost?

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

Cops Surprised by Crocodile During Drug Bust at California Home
The animal was "submerged in a poorly secured tank with rancid water" and police said it could have easily escaped into a nearby waterway.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

Tsunami Warning in New Zealand Issued After 7.3 Earthquake Hits Island
A 7.3 earthquake hit the northeast coast of the island country, and officials are warning that a tsunami may follow.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

Why Meghan Markle Has Not Been Asked to Take Part in Bullying Probe
Buckingham Palace announced they will "look into" claims Meghan Markle bullied two PAs out of the royal household—but she and Prince Harry have not been invited to take part.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

Paramount : All the Devices You Can Watch the New Streaming Service On
Paramount is the new streaming service, available now across multiple devices, including Android, iOS and Roku. Here's are all the devices you can watch the new streamer on.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

'Fortnite' Harvest Fruit and Vegetable Locations For Week 14 Challenges
"Fortnite'' Week 14 Challenges tell players to harvest fruits and vegetables. In this guide, we'll reveal at least seven different places you can get the job done.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

These QAnon Predictions All Failed To Come True
The conspiracy theorists' belief that Donald Trump will be inaugurated as president is not their first wild claim that has failed to come to fruition.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

'Fortnite' Visit Restaurant Kitchen Locations For Week 14 Challenges
"Fortnite'' Week 14 Challenges ask players to visit two different restaurant kitchens. In this guide, we'll reveal all four kitchen locations on the map.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

'Fortnite' Collect Cookbooks from Pleasant Park Locations For Week 14 Challenges
"Fortnite'' players must collect Cookbooks from Pleasant Park and Craggy Cliffs to complete their Week 14 Challenges. In this guide, we'll reveal where four books are located.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

Oklahoma Student Sues University For $175,000 After Being Bitten In Dorm Bat Infestation
Mary Ledbetter is seeking the damages for physical and emotional trauma and claims she was denied treatment for rabies.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

Family Finds Venomous Snake Lurking Under Swimming Pool Deck
Stuart McKenzie, a snake catcher in Australia, released a video showing how he grabbed the venomous reptile by the tail to stop it slithering out of reach.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

Dr. Fauci Says Donald Trump Missed 'Good Opportunity' to Encourage COVID Vaccine Uptake
The former president reportedly received a coronavirus vaccine in January before he left the White House.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

Anti-Ted Cruz 'Traitor' Mobile Billboards Appear in Senator's Texas Neighborhood
Really American PAC had some of its mobile billboards drive around Ted Cruz's neighborhood with the sign "traitor" as part of a targeted campaign against the Texas Senator.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

Texas Mask Mandate Still Applies to These Stores
As Texas lifts its mask mandate some major retailers, including Target, Starbucks and Best Buy, are keeping a face covering requirement in place.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

U.S. Military Near China a Sign of Joe Biden's 'Insecurity'—Chinese Analyst
U.S. naval deployments are becoming more frequent and focused on China, said maritime specialist Hu Bo.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

Biden Fought for Justice in the Balkans. He Must Do it Again | Opinion
President Joe Biden must prevent the return of injustice in the Balkans.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

Is It Fair for Low Income and Rural Communities to Get the 'Third-Best' Vaccine?
Because it's a single shot, it makes sense for the new J&J vaccine to go to underserved, hard-to-reach communities. But the lopsided vaccine rollout has created a dangerous perception problem.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

Mississippi Mask Mandate Still Applies to These Stores
Workers and customers at some retailers, including Target, CVS and Walgreens, are required to wear face coverings despite the rule change.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

Police Officer Investigated After Video Shows Dog Being Lifted by Collar
Salisbury Police Department (SPD) said the officer had been moved off dog-handling duties while a probe is launched into the incident.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

Iran Warns Europe, Joe Biden Against 'Political Games' As IAEA Showdown Averted
The European JCPOA signatories withdrew a planned IAEA censure of Iran on Thursday, after Tehran threatened a "serious response."

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

All the Shows and Movies Streaming Now on Paramount
Paramount is the new streaming service, offering around 700 movies and nearly 600 series. Here is everything available to watch on the streamer at launch.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

Woke-O Haram Comes for Dr. Seuss | Opinion
The Wokes want Dr. Seuss canceled.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

Prince Philip Heart Procedure Means Days in Hospital As Interview Looms
The Duke of Edinburgh is resting after surgery, raising the prospect his treatment may last until Harry and Meghan's interview airs on Sunday.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

19 Child Actors You Might Not Remember
Some child stars manage to navigate successful Hollywood careers after starting at a young age, such as Leonardo DiCaprio and Drew Barrymore.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

The Viral Singing Starbucks Customer TikTok Video Is Not What You Think
A video of a Starbucks customer singing to an employee has been viewed more than a million times on Twitter.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

How to Change from CBS All Access to Paramount
CBS All Access is getting a major rebranding and becoming Paramount . Here's how you can change from one service to the other and access all the new content.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

GameStop's Meteoric Rise Highlights Hedge Funds' Risky Short Selling Game
Short selling stocks is an inherently risky bet due to the nature of the transaction. So why were there tens of billions of dollars invested in short positions in 2020 if the bets carry an added layer of risk for both retail investors and hedge funds?

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

Tunisia Needs Another Revolution | Opinion
As a young Tunisian woman raised with the principles of the Jasmine Revolution, I'm not willing to give up the gains of the last 10 years.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

QAnon Followers Fixate on 'D.C.' Missing From Washington Maps
Some conspiracy theorists claim there is a hidden meaning in the labeling on online services such as Google Maps.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

Justin Bieber Shares His Phone Number and Sparks a Social Media Frenzy
The Canadian pop star went viral on Thursday morning when he tweeted out a phone number along with a cryptic message.

Newsweek
Mar 04, 2021

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Far More Popular With Democrats Than Joe Manchin: Poll
The two Democratic lawmakers have shared opposing views on issues of late, such as the minimum wage and stimulus checks.

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