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Newsweek
Oct 24, 2021

Adorable Video Shows Newborn Baby Chimp Adopted By Aunt After Mom's Mystery Illness
A Swiss zoo created circumstances favorable to a mother taking care of two newborns: her son and her niece.

Newsweek
Oct 24, 2021

11 Beauty Products on Amazon You Need in Your Life Right Now
From Dead Sea mud masks and retinol serums to makeup remover pads and cleansing brushes, these are our top picks for Amazon beauty products in 2021.

Newsweek
Oct 24, 2021

The Easiest Herbs to Grow Indoors
These easy-to-grow herbs are a great to way add some fresh flavors to your home-cooked meals.

Newsweek
Oct 24, 2021

Dog Experts Warn Against 'Disturbing' TikTok Trend: 'Stop It'
The "terrifying" trend sees dog owners pretend to agressively speak in the face of their pet, but experts warned Newsweek it could make them "turn round and bite."

Newsweek
Oct 24, 2021

Cat Years to Human Years: Your Feline's Lifespan Explained
From kitten to mature cat, our pets go through various stages of life. Newsweek consulted the experts on a feline's lifespan and how to convert cat years to human years.

Newsweek
Oct 24, 2021

We're Living Through the Greatest Transfer of Wealth From the Middle Class to the Elites in History | Opinion
If we allow the current trend to continue and big government to grow larger, this consolidation will keep eating away at your wealth instead of providing more opportunities for economic prosperity.

Newsweek
Oct 24, 2021

AOC Backs Dog in 'Tax the Rich' Skirt in Halloween Parade
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez turned heads when she wore the "Tax the Rich" gown at the Met Gala.

Newsweek
Oct 24, 2021

Glenn Youngkin Targets Education in Virginia Gov. Race, Says He'd Ban Critical Race Theory
"What we won't do is teach our children to view everything through a lens of race," Youngkin told supporters at a rally.

Newsweek
Oct 24, 2021

The 20 Biggest Fallers in Rolling Stone's Updated 'Greatest Songs' List
Rolling Stone music magazine has updated its "500 Greatest Songs of All Time." These songs fell the most places.

Newsweek
Oct 24, 2021

You Can Now Get Paid $1,170 to Test Nerf Blasters—and You Get to Keep All the Toys
Calling all big kids and game fans, you can now get paid $1,170 to test out Halo Nerf blasters.

Newsweek
Oct 24, 2021

Sony NB10 Neckband Speaker Is Only Good for People Working From Home
Instead of wearing headphones all day while working from home, Sony is proposing wearing a speaker around your neck.

Newsweek
Oct 24, 2021

10 Pumpkin Carving Ideas For the Perfect Spooky Jack-O'-Lantern
You've found your perfect pumpkin, all you've got left to do before Halloween is figure out what you want to carve on it. Here are some of our favorite designs.

Newsweek
Oct 24, 2021

Barack Obama Rips GOP Candidate for New Jersey Gov. Over 'Stop the Steal' Rally Denial
"When you've got a candidate who spoke at a 'Stop the Steal' rally, you can bet he's not going to be a champion of democracy," Obama said.

Newsweek
Oct 24, 2021

'I'm a 54 Year Old Sex Worker, I'm in The Top 1 Percent of OnlyFans Earners'
There is such a market for mature "MILFs" and I hadn't known that previously. I have older fans, but my core fan base are aged 25-40. I suspect these younger men are not going to date someone my age, but they like the fantasy.

Newsweek
Oct 24, 2021

Jason Sudeikis Mocks Joe Biden Smelling Women's Hair in SNL Opening
The SNL cast also made fun of Joe Biden's poor approval ratings during the Biden segment.

Newsweek
Oct 24, 2021

Powerball Results, Numbers for 10/23/21: Did Anyone Win the $86M Jackpot?
The Powerball numbers on Saturday were 10, 30, 51, 57 and 63. The Powerball was 20 and the Power Play was 2X.

Newsweek
Oct 24, 2021

Bernie Sanders Says Medicare Expansion Will Remain in Spending Bill: 'Not Coming Out'
Sanders' remarks came after Biden called the inclusion of Medicare expansion in the spending bill a "reach" earlier this week.

Newsweek
Oct 23, 2021

Joe Biden Leads Donald Trump By 2 Points in Hypothetical 2024 Matchup: Poll
Neither Biden or Trump have officially announced a bid for 2024. However, Trump has repeatedly teased a return to the White House and 2024 campaign since leaving office.

Newsweek
Oct 23, 2021

Roger Stone Claims COVID Vaccination Has 'Injured or Killed Millions of Americans'
Stone said Dr. Anthony Fauci should be "prosecuted" while speaking at an anti-vaccination conference in Nashville.

Newsweek
Oct 23, 2021

New Incase A.R.C. Travel Bags Can Go Anywhere and Do It in Style
The new range of bags from Incase can handle daily work use or overnight travel. Plus, they do it with an eye on sustainability.

Newsweek
Oct 23, 2021

Obama Assails Republican Push to Restrict Voting as He Stumps for McAuliffe in Virginia
"You have to ask yourself, why is it Republicans don't want you to vote?" the former Democratic president told a crowd of about 2,000 people in Richmond.

Newsweek
Oct 23, 2021

Majority of Americans Mistakenly Believe Violent Crime Worse Now Than 30 Years Ago: Poll
Violence has jumped since the start of the pandemic, but it's still nowhere near the levels seen three decades ago, according to FBI data.

Newsweek
Oct 23, 2021

The 20 Favorite Tax Havens of the Very Wealthy
Low taxes, political stability and lax regulations make these countries very attractive for the wealthy.

Newsweek
Oct 23, 2021

GoFundMe for 'Rust' Cinematographer Halyna Hutchins' Family Tops $120K in First 24 Hours
More than 1,500 people had donated funds as of Saturday afternoon, following the 42-year-old's death on Thursday.

Newsweek
Oct 23, 2021

Professor Resigns Amid Investigation Into 'Homophobic and Misogynistic' Blog Posts
"Did you know that women peak physically at age 16?" University of Montana computer science professor Rob Smith allegedly wrote.

Newsweek
Oct 23, 2021

'Dune' Director Denis Villeneuve Breaks Down 'Technically Complex' Sandworm Scene
Villeneuve spoke to Newsweek about one of his favourite scenes in the movie, which introduces House Atreides to the harsh reality of Arrakis.

Newsweek
Oct 23, 2021

America's 10 Most Rat-Infested Cities
Rodent activity increases during the cold weather as rats seek shelter in warm areas with food and water.

Newsweek
Oct 23, 2021

Missouri Paper Blasts House Republicans After Bannon Contempt Vote, Says GOP 'Coddles Criminals'
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch editorial board said the "shameful roster" is "once again running interference for a lawless ex-president."

Newsweek
Oct 23, 2021

Ex-Trump Comms Director Slams Lauren Boebert for Trolling Alec Baldwin: 'Have Some Empathy'
The Republican congresswoman drew backlash from figures on both ends of the political aisle after she sent a snide remark to Baldwin following the fatal shooting on the set of the film 'Rust.'

Newsweek
Oct 23, 2021

Biden Approval Plummets Double Digits Among Independents Since June: Poll
Although Joe Biden started out his presidency with significant public support and popularity, a series of crises have plagued the administration.

Newsweek
Oct 23, 2021

Injured Director of Alec Baldwin's 'Rust' Film 'Gutted' by Fatal Shooting of Cinematographer
"I am humbled and grateful by the outpouring of affection we have received...It will surely aid in my recovery," said director Joel Souza.

Newsweek
Oct 23, 2021

Unions Demand $500 Vaccine Incentive Payments Also Go to Already-Vaccinated NYC Employees
"We are furious with the $500 the mayor is offering unvaccinated employees," according to the United Federation of Teachers

Newsweek
Oct 23, 2021

Petitions for Monthly Stimulus Checks of $2,000 Surpass 3.5 Million Signatures
Six ongoing stimulus petitions have collectively drawn over 3,501,333 signatures and continued to receive support this weekend.

Newsweek
Oct 23, 2021

Powerball Drawing For 10/23/21, Saturday Jackpot is $86 Million
Saturday night's 10/23/21 Powerball jackpot is worth $86 million, with a cash-value option worth $60.9 million.

Newsweek
Oct 23, 2021

Georgia Man Used COVID Relief Loan on $57,000 Pokemon Card: Prosecutors
Prosecutors said Vinath Oudomsine lied about his business when applying for the loan, and used a portion of the funds to buy the card.

Newsweek
Oct 23, 2021

Cori Bush Says Manchin, Sinema 'Don't Care' About People, Just Their Donors
The progressive lawmaker urged the moderate senators to "come and talk to the people who actually live out what you're trying to overlook."

Newsweek
Oct 23, 2021

Parents Slam Suspension of Black Students Reacting to Racist Video Sent by Classmate
"I have never felt rage like this in my life," said one parent. "To know that this video was sent directly to my kid."

Newsweek
Oct 23, 2021

Homecoming Weekend Shooting Sees University Students Gunned Down During Off-Campus Party
Eight people were shot, and one died from his injuries, police reported Saturday.

Newsweek
Oct 23, 2021

Oklahoma State Rep Slams Governor Kevin Stitt for Saying 'No Such Thing' as Nonbinary
"If we are continuously saying like, 'You're not real, you have to suppress that part of you,' what is that going to do to our community?" Oklahoma's Mauree Turner, the nation's first nonbinary state lawmaker, asked.

Newsweek
Oct 23, 2021

Florida Election Officials Call on GOP to Stop Stolen Election Claims After Being Threatened
"Many of us have been threatened by our fellow citizens who have been led astray by these deceptions," the Florida Supervisors of Elections said.

Newsweek
Oct 23, 2021

Clarence Thomas Celebrates 30 Years on Supreme Court, Is Now Leading Conservative
Thomas recently surprised many seasoned Court observers by asking the first question of the new term.

Newsweek
Oct 23, 2021

Right-Wing Pro-Trump Event Aiming for 10,000 Attendees Sees Less Than 1,000 on First Day
In a nod to QAnon, the event in Utah opened with a prayer for God's protection from a "satanic cabal."

Newsweek
Oct 23, 2021

Bride and Groom Tumble Over During Wedding First Dance: 'Falling in Love'
Video shared on Instagram shows the moment a couple fell onto the floor.

Newsweek
Oct 23, 2021

Ex-GOP Strategist: Republicans 'More Radical' and 'More Committed' to Trump 'Lie' Since 1/6
"The Democrats have done nothing since coming into office," Lincoln Project co-founder Steve Schmidt also said during an appearance on MSNBC.

Newsweek
Oct 23, 2021

North Korea Says Biden's 'Reckless' Pro-Taiwan Remarks Could Have 'Tragic Consequences'
President Joe Biden stirred controversy Thursday when he said the U.S. has a "commitment" to defend Taiwan against a potential Chinese attack.

Newsweek
Oct 23, 2021

Burglary Victim Told to Collect Evidence on His Own Due to Police Staffing Shortage
After Kirk Andrews called the police again, he was told "that nobody would be coming out and said it was due to COVID restrictions."

Newsweek
Oct 23, 2021

Obsessed With Crystal Tok? 11 Magical Accessories Every Amateur Witch Can't Live Without
Crystals are making a comback in 2021 thanks to TikTok. Check out 11 magical accessories for crystal lovers, amateur witches and more.

Newsweek
Oct 23, 2021

Mike Lindell's Alabama Election Hack Claim Countered by GOP Official: 'Didn't Have Any Issues'
The MyPillow CEO previously told 'The Jeff Poor Show' that there were "five different ways" hackers could access Alabama's voting machines.

Newsweek
Oct 23, 2021

Head Armorer on Alec Baldwin Movie 'Rust' Was 'Nervous' About Experience Level Before Taking Job
Actor Alec Baldwin fired a loaded prop gun Thursday, killing the film's director of photography Halyna Hutchins and wounding writer-director Joel Souza.

Newsweek
Oct 23, 2021

VIDEO: 'Star Wars' Buffs Build Life-Size X-Wing After Mandalorian Ship Destroyed By Bad Weather
The six cosplayers had intended to create a fan-fiction video featuring both spaceship replicas.

Newsweek
Oct 23, 2021

Two-faced Cat Goes Viral With Video Proving She Is Natural
A video of a cat with a face which is wholly different on both sides has gone viral on TikTok with more than 15.5 million views.

Newsweek
Oct 23, 2021

Brazilian Prince and Bolsonaro Ally Linked to Donald Trump's Social Media Site
Luiz Philippe of Orléans-Braganza is chief financial officer of an acquisition company merging with Trump Media group.

Newsweek
Oct 23, 2021

California Assistant Principal Apologizes After Posing With Trump 2024 Flag
The action sparked controversy on the campus at Royal High School in Simi Valley.

Newsweek
Oct 23, 2021

Sail Boat Skipper Seized in Largest-Ever Cocaine Bust of its Kind
An international police operation netted three arrests in the largest-ever cocaine bust on a yacht.

Newsweek
Oct 23, 2021

'Squid Game's' Wi Ha-jun Recalls He 'Didn't Have Money For Bus Fare' As Aspiring Actor
The rising "Squid Game" star spoke to Newsweek about life before the series, opening up about humbling circumstances and mental health struggles.

Newsweek
Oct 23, 2021

Nancy Grace Believes Brian Laundrie Murdered Gabby Petito: 'I Mean Murder'
The Fox Nation host said "there is not going to be justice for Gabby."

Newsweek
Oct 23, 2021

Facebook Quashed Attempt to Launch GOP-alternative Patriot Party After 1/6
Patriot Party groups arose in response to unfounded claims that the 2020 election had been affected by fraud.

Newsweek
Oct 23, 2021

Anthony Fauci Facing Quiz Over NIH Funding for 'De-barking' Beagle Puppies
The lawmakers' letter highlighted reports of "costly, cruel, and unnecessary taxpayer-funded experiments on dogs."

Newsweek
Oct 23, 2021

Can We All Just Admit That Wes Anderson Movies Are…Not Great?
Wes Anderson is adored by fans and critics alike, but there is a case to be made that his films are alienating, repetitive and just a little overrated.

Newsweek
Oct 23, 2021

German Shepherd Attacks Vacuum Cleaner to Save Owner in Hilarious Viral Video
A German Shepherd was quick to come to his owner's defence when he believed the man was being attacked by a vacuum cleaner—and it makes for hilarious viewing.

Newsweek
Oct 23, 2021

93 Pet Names from Movies Every Film Buff Should Know
Want to name your new furry friend after a movie star? Here are some of the most memorable animal names in Hollywood history.

Newsweek
Oct 23, 2021

The Comprehensive Holiday Gift Guide for Anyone 13 and Up
Are you shopping for a teenager this holiday season? Use this holiday gift guide as the ultimate resource for buying what teens want, need and actually will use.

Newsweek
Oct 23, 2021

Cold-Weather Running Gear: What You Need to Exercise in Winter
These running shoes, pants, hats, jackets and other gear for cold and wet winter weather will conquer your distance goals.

Newsweek
Oct 23, 2021

Woman Reveals What a Pug and German Shepherd Cross Looks Like: 'Gremlin'
A pet groomer claimed people have "never seen a dog like this before," as she revealed the pug and German shepherd mix was called Goblin.

Newsweek
Oct 23, 2021

Jim Clyburn Says Democrats Are Close to 'Sweet Spot' on Build Back Better Cost
The House Majority Whip told MSNBC that he had "questioned" if the proposed $3.5 trillion bill could be paid for.

Newsweek
Oct 23, 2021

Duran Duran on Working With Legendary Producer Giorgio Moroder: 'He's the Maestro'
For their new album "Future Past," the famed British band collaborated with the electronic music pioneer.

Newsweek
Oct 23, 2021

Lauren Boebert, Donald Trump Jr Troll Alec Baldwin Over Prop Gun Tragedy
The actor was reportedly told he was handling a "cold gun" on the set of Rust before the weapon was discharged, killing cinematographer Halyna Hutchins.

Newsweek
Oct 23, 2021

Kyrsten Sinema Harder to Find Than Waldo and Carmen Sandiego: MSNBC Contributor
The Arizona senator has faced criticism for her opposition to the proposed $3.5 trillion Build Back Better Act.

Newsweek
Oct 23, 2021

CCTV Captures Man's Very Relatable Reaction to Tripping and Dropping Food
One person was so distressed by the footage, they claimed it should have been posted with "a trigger warning."

Newsweek
Oct 23, 2021

Could Alec Baldwin Face Jail Time for Fatal Shooting? Legal Experts Weigh In
Alec Baldwin has expressed his "shock and sadness" after an accidental shooting on the set of his Western film "Rust" left cinematographer Halyna Hutchins dead.

Newsweek
Oct 23, 2021

Mega Millions Numbers for 10/22/21: Did Anyone Win the $108 Million?
After weeks of the jackpot growing, there was one big winner on Friday night.

Newsweek
Oct 23, 2021

Indonesian Police Shut Down Facebook Page, Charge Man in Selling of Exotic Animals
The illegal trade of wild animals involves billions of dollars internationally.

Newsweek
Oct 22, 2021

Houston Astros, With Cheating Scandal Still Lurking, Back in the World Series
The Astros beat the Boston Red Sox on Friday to advance to their third Fall Classic in five years.

Newsweek
Oct 22, 2021

Hitchhiker Who Disappeared 50 Years Ago ID'd Using DNA From Child He Didn't Know He Had
Winston Arthur Maxey III was 15 years old when he left his Boise home to pursue a better life in the spring of 1971. He was found dead weeks later in Oregon.

Newsweek
Oct 22, 2021

Assistant Director Told Alec Baldwin He Was Working With 'Cold Gun' Before Shooting
"Cold gun" is a term used to indicate that a prop gun is safe to use and not loaded with live ammunition.

Newsweek
Oct 22, 2021

North Port Police Installed Hidden Cameras Outside Laundrie Family Home
Some of the devices went up before 23-year-old Brian Laundrie disappeared; others were installed after.

Newsweek
Oct 22, 2021

ABC Cop Drama 'The Rookie' to Only Use Airsoft Guns on Set After 'Rust' Shooting
"There will be no more 'live' weapons on the show," said showrunner Alexi Hawley.

Newsweek
Oct 22, 2021

Virginia Democratic Party Sues Postal Service Over Delays in Delivering Election Materials
"Through no fault of their own, these voters will be denied their fundamental right to vote," the lawsuit states.

Newsweek
Oct 22, 2021

Florida Man Pays $50 Daily Fine to Hang 'Trump Won' Banner, Plans 'Let's Go Brandon' Sign
The man said he has no intention of removing his banner and that he can easily pay the fine. He also said the sign may refer to someone other than the former president.

Newsweek
Oct 22, 2021

Pennsylvania School Board Gets Violent Anti-Semitic Threats Following Mask Mandate
The threats included phrases like "Death to the Jew" and "Good men are waking up to the Jew sickness."

Newsweek
Oct 22, 2021

Joe Biden Finally Outdoes Kamala Harris on Border Visit Gaffes
President Joe Biden said on Thursday that he's been to the U.S.-Mexico border before and he knows it well. His only recorded trip was on the campaign trail in 2008.

Newsweek
Oct 22, 2021

Homeless Man Set on Fire, Burning 50 Percent of His Body
People with burns on 50 percent of their bodies will likely stay in hospital for about three months and undergo 10 to 15 surgeries.

Newsweek
Oct 22, 2021

California Woman Broke Into Home, Changed Locks and Said She and Kids Lived There: Police
Police said they found the lock on the front door damaged and "multiple doors wide-open in the back of the house."

Newsweek
Oct 22, 2021

California Hires Border Wall Contractors to Screen, Vaccinate Migrants
The company is expected to help with COVID response along California's southern border through a $350 million contract with the state.

Newsweek
Oct 22, 2021

Handpicked Incoming GOP NC Lawmaker Claims He Was at Jan 6. Riot
The incoming state legislator was chosen to fill a seat left vacant in early October when a former Gaston County lawmaker died.

Newsweek
Oct 22, 2021

Brian Laundrie's Remains Sent to Forensic Anthropologist; Cause of Death Expected Next Week
The partial remains, including a portion of a human skull, found on Wednesday were identified as Brian Laundrie the next day using dental records.

Newsweek
Oct 22, 2021

Lev Parnas Not in Custody After Conviction, Says 'I've Never Hid From Nobody'
U.S. District Court Judge Paul Oetken declined a request from prosecutors to jail Parnas after he was convicted of campaign finance charges on Friday.

Newsweek
Oct 22, 2021

Man With Tattooed Face Tried to Rape Woman Sleeping Next to Boyfriend, Police Say
The suspect claimed that the woman had made sexual advances towards him in a bathroom, but he "told her no" because he "had a curfew and needed to leave."

Newsweek
Oct 22, 2021

Texas Police Officer Fired After Fatal Shooting of Man Following Low-Speed Chase
"They are handing down judgements without giving time for a complete investigation," said the Arlington Police Association.

Newsweek
Oct 22, 2021

Haiti Gets New National Police Head as Hundreds Protest Following Missionary Kidnappings
"We would like for public peace to be restored, that we return to normal life and that we regain our way to democracy," Prime Minister Ariel Henry said.

Newsweek
Oct 22, 2021

Jewish Rights Groups Call Out D.C. Climate Group for Its Alleged Anti-Semitic Stance
Jewish rights leaders rebuke Sunrise Movement's D.C.'s boycott of Saturday's voting rights rally as the group disapproves of the presence of Zionist groups.

Newsweek
Oct 22, 2021

Iranians Losing Faith in Biden and the West, Have Hope for Raisi and the East: Poll
A survey conducted by the University of Maryland and IranPoll showed Iranians were looking to the East amid ongoing disillusionment with the West.

Newsweek
Oct 22, 2021

Giant Dinosaur Footprints Discovered at Patagonia Reservoir
Coast guards discovered the 13 large dinosaur footprints during a routine patrol.

Newsweek
Oct 22, 2021

Colorado Gov. Urges Residents to 'Get Vaccinated' and 'Boosted' as ICUs Near Capacity
"We want you here. We want you to be healthy. Please get vaccinated," Governor Jared Polis said in a plea to unvaccinated residents Thursday.

Newsweek
Oct 22, 2021

Kids Kept in Day Care's Basement Remain "Fearful" As Business Owner Sentenced to 6 Years
"We sleep with the lights on in our house. My kids are anxious. They are fearful of the world," a victim's parent said.

Newsweek
Oct 22, 2021

Navy Vet Pleads Guilty to Sexually Assaulting 2 Women, Killing Another in Catholic Store
Thomas Bruce, 56, will reportedly receive a mandatory life sentence without parole after pleading guilty to first-degree murder.

Newsweek
Oct 22, 2021

Mega Millions Drawing For 10/22/21, Friday Jackpot is $108 Million
Friday night's 10/22/21 Mega Millions jackpot is worth $108 million, with a cash-value option worth $75.7 million.

Newsweek
Oct 22, 2021

Georgia to Offer Moderna, Johnson & Johnson COVID Vaccine Booster Starting Tuesday
People who received both doses of the Moderna vaccine or the single J& J dose can choose which vaccine they would like to receive as a booster dose.

Newsweek
Oct 22, 2021

Prison Transport Officer Will Spend Life Behind Bars After Sexually Assaulting Convicts
"We thank the survivors of these sexual assaults for having the courage to come forward," said the Justice Department.

Newsweek
Oct 22, 2021

Potentially Deadly Rare Bacteria Found in Walmart Aromatherapy Room Sprays Prompts Recall
The aromatherapy room sprays were sold in 55 stores around the U.S. and online from February through October.

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