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Newsweek
Jan 24, 2020

British Entrepreneur Suggests Raising Money for Australian Bushfires by Selling Koala Fur Scarves
Ryan-Mark Parsons' proposal has been called "gross" and "sick."

Newsweek
Jan 24, 2020

National Peanut Butter Day 2020: Peanut Butter Deals at Walmart, Target and More
We look at the history of the classic legume spread and where to get the best peanut butter discounts and offers.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

MSNBC Host Argues With GOP Rep. Mark Meadows Over Whether Trump Seeking Biden Probe Was 'Proper': 'Not a Hypothetical'
GOP Rep. Mark Meadows argued with MSNBC host Ari Melber about whether President Donald Trump allegedly attempting to pressure Ukraine into launching an investigation of former Vice President Joe Biden would be "proper" or "hypothetical."

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

#YangSurge Trends After Latest Emerson Poll Ranks Andrew Yang 4th Nationally Among 2020 Candidates
After an Emerson poll was released Thursday which put entrepreneur Andrew Yang in fourth place among Democratic presidential candidates, the hashtag #YangSurge became a trending topic on Twitter.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

Kamala Harris Reportedly Weighing up Endorsing Joe Biden After Former VP Said He'd Consider Her As His Running Mate
One day after Harris dropped out of the 2020 race, a reporter asked Biden whether he'd consider Harris as his running mate. "Of course I would," he responded.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

Nearly 100,000 Gallons of Red Wine Spill Into Los Angeles-Area River After Tank at Vineyard Springs a Leak
The Rodney Strong Vineyards reports that no one was hurt during the spill.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

After GOP Blocks New Evidence, Fox News Says There's No New Information in Trump's Senate Impeachment Trial
After Senate Republicans blocked the introduction of new evidence at President Donald Trump's impeachment trial, Fox News repeatedly criticized Democrats for failing to present new evidence at the trial.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

Tucker Carlson Says Vindman Should 'Go Work for Ukraine,' Nunes Suggests He 'Will at Some Point'
Fox News host Tucker Carlson said Thursday that impeachment hearing witness Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman should "go work for Ukraine" to which Representative Devin Nunes said, "Maybe he will at some point."

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

Who Are The NBA All-Star Starters? When is The NBA All-Star Weekend in 2020?
Chicago, which hosts the annual game next month, last held the All-Star Game in 1988 at Chicago Stadium, which was one of the most notorious All-Star weekends in league history.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

After Bernie Sanders Leads Trump by Widest Margin in 2020 Poll, President Says 'Dems Will Never Allow Him to Win'
President Donald Trump said in a Thursday tweet that the Democratic Party would "never allow" Senator Bernie Sanders to win his party's nomination for president.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

Elizabeth Warren Confronted by Father About Student Loan Plan in Iowa: 'Those of Us That Did the Right Thing Get Screwed?'
Senator Elizabeth Warren was confronted at a campaign event by a father upset over her plan to forgive student loan debt.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

Stolen Marc Chagall Painting Goes on Auction After Disappearing for 19 Years
'Jacob's Ladder' was stolen in 1996 and later turned up in in the safe of a elderly Jerusalem woman after her 2015 passing.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

China Confirms First Coronavirus Death Outside of Epicenter of Disease Outbreak
The death was an 80-year-old man who travelled from Wuhan, the epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak, to Hebei, a province bordering Beijing.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

'Marsha' Trends After GOP Senator Blackburn Questions Vindman's Patriotism, Admits to Reading Book During Impeachment Trial
"How patriotic is it to badmouth and ridicule our great nation in front of Russia, America's greatest enemy?" Blackburn said of Vindman.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

'Pokémon Go' Lunar New Year Event: Darumaka Debuts, Start Time and Everything You Need to Know
Shiny Gyarados can be caught in the overworld during the event.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

Australian Open 2020: How to Watch Coco Gauff vs. Naomi Osaka Third-Round Match, Start Time, Live Stream
The 15-year-old American and the two-time Grand Slam winner cross paths in a major tournament for the first time since the U.S. Open last year.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

NWA Hard Times: Start Time, Card & How to Watch Online
The new NWA Television Champion will be crowned. Get the start time and streaming details for the Hard Times pay-per-view right here.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

How to Watch 'Chilling Adventures of Sabrina' on Netflix: Part 3 Release Date, Time and More Show Info
"Chilling Adventures of Sabrina" returns to Netflix with a bundle of Season 2 episodes on Friday.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

Twitter Rips Trump for Claiming He Will Save Social Security One Day After Suggesting He's Open to Cuts in Entitlement Programs
President Donald Trump appeared to reverse his previously stated position on cutting funding for Social Security Thursday and Twitter users took him to task for it,

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

How to Watch 'Grey's Anatomy' Season 16 Winter Premiere, 'Station 19' Crossover Event
'Station 19' and 'Grey's Anatomy' will combine for a two-hour premiere event on Thursday night.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

MLB Should Reinstate Pete Rose, Members of the 1919 White Sox After Lenient Punishment to Astros and Red Sox
Major League Baseball won't strip the Astros or Red Sox of the World Series titles, and players who took steroids are still eligible for the Hall of Fame. It's time to reexamine letting Pete Rose and certain members of the 1919 Chicago White Sox back in the fray.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

Adam Schiff Says Putin is Thanking God No One Is Accusing Russia of U.S. Election Interference Thanks to Trump
Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) said that Russian President Vladimir Putin is thanking God that U.S. election interference suspicion has been deflected away from Russia and onto Ukraine due to the actions of President Donald Trump at the Senate impeachment trial on Thursday.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

House Democrat Uses Fox News Poll to Argue Trump Wanted Biden Probe to Help His Reelection Campaign in Senate Impeachment Trial
"And then on July 25th, after years of not caring what the vice president did, does President Trump ask for an investigation into his formidable political rival in the 2020 election."

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

Playwright Bess Wohl Arrives on Broadway With 'Grand Horizons'
Everything seems to be coming together for playwright Bess Wohl with three New York productions, culminating with her Broadway debut.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

2020 Australian Open: How to Watch Serena Williams, Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic Third-round Matches, Start times, Live Stream
Williams faces China's Wang Qiang, while Federer takes on Australia's John Millman and Coco Gauff plays Naomi Osaka.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

Republican Group Launches Website Calling for Trump's Removal, Pence Presidency: He's Not the 'President of Anyone's Dreams, He Isn't Trump Either'
Republican group Defending Democracy Together announced a new website and video Thursday advocating the removal of President Donald Trump as president and the installation of Vice President Mike Pence into office.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

Alan Dershowitz: Why Anti-Trump Zealots Won't Stop Me Defending Our President's Constitutional Rights | Opinion
In the face of ferocious partisan attacks, I will continue to do what I've been doing for 55 years: defending the Constitution and the rights of controversial people.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

NFL Pro Bowl 2020 Skills Showdown: Rules Explained, TV Schedule and How to Watch Online
Lamar Jackson, Deshaun Watson and Russell Wilson are all in action in the traditional curtain-raiser of the Pro Bowl weekend.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

Fans Build Small Shrine to Mr. Peanut in His Hometown After Brand Mascot 'dies' in TV Ad
People had left a number of items at the statue in honor of the legendary legume, including a bag of Planters peanuts.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

How to Watch NBA All-Star Game Roster Announcement, and Who Are The Players Most Likely To Be Chosen
On Thursday night, the 10 starters and two captains for the 2020 NBA All-Star Game will be revealed.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

Democrats Look to Trump Allies Lindsey Graham, William Barr in Making Their Case the President Abused His Power
House impeachment managers use Republicans' words from the past to dispel the notion that a president cannot be impeached for acts that do not amount to crimes.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

AOC Dismisses CEOs Criticizing Her and Bernie Sanders: 'Saving This Comment for the Next Time Wall Street Asks for a $700 Billion Bailout'
The CEO of BP said in an interview this week that the Green New Deal was "unrealistic," while the outgoing CEO of JPMorgan took aim socialism.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

Former Obama Campaign Manager Calls Bernie Sanders 'the Worst Candidate' to Beat Trump
Jim Messina, Obama's 2012 campaign manager, told an MSNBC panel that Senator Bernie Sanders was "the worst candidate" to beat Donald Trump in a general election.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

WWE Royal Rumble 2020 Predictions: Our Picks to Win Each Match on Sunday
Will an NXT competitor win one of the rumble matches?

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

New Coronavirus Not an International Public Health Emergency, But Countries Advised to Be Ready for 'Potential Evolution'
The virus' ability to spread from one person to another has raised concerns that there could be a significant international outbreak.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

'Joe Exotic' Sentenced to 22 Years for Shooting Five Tigers, Plotting to Murder Animal Rights Activist
Joseph Maldonado-Passage, better known as "Joe Exotic," has been sentenced to 22 years in prison for his role in various crimes of animal abuse and attempted murder for hire.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

What Comes Next for Michelle Carter? Woman Involved in Suicide-Texting Case Released Early From Prison
Carter was reportedly released early on good behavior.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

Who Are The Original Cast Members Left on 'Grey's Anatomy' After Justin Chambers' Departure?
Three of the nine series regular actors from the 'Grey's Anatomy' 2005 premiere are still scrubbing in, including Ellen Pompeo as the show's titular character, Meredith Grey.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

'Apex Legends' Season 4 Assimilation Revealed - Forge, Sentinel & Release Date
"Apex Legends" Season 4 is almost here, and we have the first details to prove it. Time to meet Forge and learn the release date of the new Battle Pass.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

Trump Administration Faces Backlash Over Proposed Disability Benefit Changes As President Creates Uncertainty Over Entitlement Funding
The proposed rule change is expected to increase the number of disability reviews and cut benefit payouts by more than $2 billion.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

Fox News Judge Says Any GOP Senator Who Told Trump He'll Be Acquitted Is 'Unworthy of Sitting as a Juror' In Impeachment Trial
"The evidence is ample and uncontradicted" for removing the president from office, Andrew Napolitano argued.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

Kansas City Royals Catcher Salvador Perez to Become U.S. Citizen at Fan Event
"I thank God, my mother, my family, the Royals, and all those who have supported me during this process towards becoming a United States Citizen," Perez said in a press release issued by the Royals.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

Iran and Saudi Arabia Express Potential for Talks Amid Middle East Tensions
Saudi Arabia's foreign minister said Riyadh would talk if Iran accepts it "cannot further its regional agenda through violence," while Iran's own top diplomat said Tehran "remains open to dialogue with its neighbors."

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

Teen Complains to Police After Fake ID He Bought Online Never Arrives
The unidentified minor forwarded not only money but also his private personal information to an unknown party.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

Texas Mother Stole $300,000 While Volunteering for Son's Youth Baseball Group
Jennifer Sue Witteveen is jailed for eight years after comitting fraud against Mansfield Youth Baseball Association.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

Who Is Nominated for the Grammys 2020? See the Full List of Nominations
The 2020 Grammys will take place at the Los Angeles' Staples Center on Sunday, January 26.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

'RuPaul's Drag Race' Season 12 Contestants Revealed: Meet the Queens Competing to be Next 'Drag Superstar'
The new season of the drag queen competition premieres on VH1 on February 28.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

#VoteThemAllOut2020 Trends as Trump's Republican Allies Stand Firm Behind the President During Impeachment Trial
Twitter users voiced frustration at the tactics employed by Republican senators, seeking to block new witnesses.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

Why Is 'Sopranos' Actress Annabella Sciorra's Testimony So Critical to Criminal Case Against Harvey Weinstein?
Although Sciorra is not technically a complaining witness, her testimony is needed for Manhattan prosecutors to prove the charge of predatory sexual assault.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

Mike Pence Caught on Hot Mic Telling Israeli Prime Minister Trump is 'Unstoppable, Like Somebody Else I know' at Holocaust Forum
The vice president made the remarks at the 2020 World Holocaust Forum in Jerusalem.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

The 2020 Election is The Greatest Evangelical Test—And We're Failing It | Opinion
Political engagement is fashioned as cringeworthy and general apathy is praised as a morally superior virtue. This has consequences: Millions of evangelicals in the United States are still not registered to vote.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

'Kingdom Hearts' Project Xehanort Releasing in 2020 with New Games After Re: Mind
New "Kingdom Hearts" games on the way. Learn all there is to know about Project Xehanort and a possible fourth mainline game in the works after the DLC.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

Megyn Kelly Calls Out Wrong Film Studio Over Robert Downey Jr. Blackface in Tweet About NBC Firing
The former NBC host appeared to suggest hypocrisy in NBCUniversal's treatment of her compared to the use of blackface in "Tropic Thunder." But "Tropic Thunder" was released by a rival studio.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

Prince Charles Appears To Snub Mike Pence At Holocaust Remembrance Event
Numerous world leaders, dignitaries and royals have traveled to Israel for the World Holocaust Forum marking 75 years since the liberation of the Auschwitz death camp.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

Republican Senator Tweets Video of Himself Saying Trump Never Asked Ukraine to Investigate Biden, Despite Video Showing Trump Doing it
Senator Mike Braun tweeted a video of himself saying that Trump didn't ask foreign leaders to investigate the Bidens, despite Trump publicly calling on Ukraine and China to investigate them in October.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

Trump Admin's 'Reckless and Capricious' Rollback of Clean Water Rule Threatens Drinking Water, Environmentalists Warn
The Trump administration is set to announce its replacement for the Obama-era WOTUS rule. Environmentalists say it is "reckless and capricious."

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

'ARMY SUPPORTS SEVEN' Trends As BTS Fans Seek Votes for Best Music Video at iHeartRadio Awards
Fans have urged people to vote for the K-pop sensation, who are nominated in the Best Music Video category.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

'Mortal Kombat 11' Joker Kombat Kast: Start Time & How to Watch Online
Learn more about how Joker plays in "Mortal Kombat 11."

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

Bank Calls Cops on Black Man Attempting to Deposit Racial Discrimination Settlement Check From Employer
Sauntore Thomas, 44, has filed a lawsuit against TCF Bank alleging staff there racially discriminated against him when he tried to deposit a check.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

'Power' Season 6 Spoilers: All the Evidence That Tasha Killed Ghost
"Power" Season 6 has just four suspects left in the mystery of who shot Ghost, and the evidence against Tasha St. Patrick has been mounting ever since the death of Terry Silver.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

Danny Masterson Rape Accuser Blames Church of Scientology and 'That 70s Show' Star for Death of Her Two Pet Dogs
Chrissie Carnell Bixler and her rock singer husband blame the religion for dog's death after Bixler accused actor of rape.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

'Pokémon Go' February Community Day to be Voted by Players - Date & Moves Revealed
Vulpix and Rhyhorn will have their Shinies introduced if they win in February's fan-voted "Pokémon Go" Community Day. Get the full details here.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

Senators Say No Deal on Biden-Bolton Witness Exchange In Impeachment Trial: 'This Isn't Like Some Fantasy Football Trade'
The likelihood of such a potential deal seems miniscule, as many Republicans have said they don't believe any witnesses are necessary and Democrats say Hunter Biden is irrelevant to hear from.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

This Is What a 3,000-Year-Old Ancient Egyptian Mummy Sounds Like
Researchers wanted to investigate the feasibility of restoring vocal sounds of ancient human remains.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

Transgender People Who Have Access to Puberty Blockers Are Less Likely to Have Suicidal Thoughts, Study Finds
"Trying to change gender identity is dangerous, and affirming gender identity is protective," Dr. Jack Turban, lead author of the study, told Newsweek.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

Fans Shocked at Video of James Corden and Justin Bieber Not Really Driving in Carpool Karaoke
One Twitter user suggested that James Corden's Carpool Karaoke segment should be renamed Carpull Karaoke.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

Alabama Teen Charged With Murdering His Mother and 13-Year-Old Twin Brothers
Authorities say they believe Landon Durham, 16, stabbed his mother and brothers at their home in Munford, Alabama, before going to school.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

Half Of American Adults Aren't Aware That Six Million Jews Died In The Holocaust, Poll Finds
"As racist ethnonationalism and white supremacy grows across the world, this study is an urgent and unsettling reminder of how little history is informing our understanding of today," Rabbi Alissa Wise told Newsweek.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

With Selfies and Support for Capitalism, 2020 Candidate Elizabeth Warren Presents Herself as FDR's Heir
A new New Deal? Warren, simultaneously a pragmatist and a disruptor, describes herself as a "capitalist to my bones." Is there nothing to fear but fear itself?

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

Trump Senate Impeachment Trial: Time, How to Watch, Live Stream as Opening Arguments Continue
The second day of opening arguments is expected to begin with a focus on Trump's alleged abuse of power, one of two articles of impeachment that were approved in December.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

Video Shows Waist-High Sea Foam Flooding A Spanish Town After Deadly Winter Storm Gloria
The powerful storm has caused at least 10 deaths in Spain.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

'Star Trek Picard' Guest Stars: Which Former 'Star Trek' Stars Will Cameo and How Will They Return?
"Star Trek: Picard" not only sees Sir Patrick Stewart return, but also a number of "The Next Generation" cast members (as well as a "Voyager" fan favorite).

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

'Chilling Adventures of Sabrina' Part 3 Is 'Less About the Romance' Versus Teen 'Finding Herself,' Kiernan Shipka Says
"This season is so much more about Sabrina coming into her own as a person," Kiernan Shipka said of her character on the Netflix series.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

South Carolina Official Who Backed Biden Says She Now Supports Sanders As Best Candidate to 'Fight for a Better America'
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders would work on behalf of "the least, the fallen, the left behind," said South Carolina council member Dalhi Myers.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

How to Hack Your Hotel Room to Get the Best Night's Sleep
Curtains that won't shut? Noisy hallway? The Benjamin Hotel's sleep expert shares the secrets of how to sleep better when you're away from home.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

Bernie Sanders Boasts Double Digit Lead In Swing State New Hampshire With Primary Just Three Weeks Away: Poll
The Vermont senator is a full 12 points ahead of the second place Democratic candidate, Pete Buttigieg.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

National Debt Increased by $3 Trillion During Donald Trump's Three Years as President
When he campaigned for the Oval Office in 2016, Donald Trump said he would eliminate the national debt in eight years.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

Data Breach Exposes Personal Details of Over 30,000 U.S. Cannabis Users
Photograph IDs, phone numbers and home addresses were allegedly among records found in a trove of data left online without password protection. The database was allegedly exposed for over a month.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

Newt Gingrich: Trump Triumphs at Davos as Democrats Attack Him on Impeachment | Opinion
While the Senate trial began, President Donald Trump took his great record and turned it into a sales pitch for the CEOs at the World Economic Forum to invest in America.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

Marianne Williamson Throws Support Behind Andrew Yang, Says Democrats Won't Beat Trump on Issues Alone
To beat Trump, Williamson said candidates need to forge an emotional connection to voters, not just tout their stances on the issues.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

A Surprising Solution to Save American Democracy | Opinion
Here's a better way to break the cycle of economic and political inequality in this country.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

Australia Bushfires Unearth 6,600-Year-Old Indigenous Fish-Trapping System
When bushfires fires hit the Budj Bim Cultural Landscape in southwest Victoria, they removed vegetation and revealed previously hidden sections of an ancient aquaculture system.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

'ARK' Genesis DLC PC, PS4 & Xbox Release Date Revealed & Delayed
"ARK: Survival Evolved" Genesis finally has a release date, but it's later than expected. Find out when it's coming to PC, Xbox and PS4.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

'Taylor Swift: Miss Americana' Release Date, Cast, Trailer, Songs: All We Know About Netflix's Documentary
"Miss Americana" is the new Netflix documentary about Taylor Swift that followed the singer as she became "not muzzled any more" over the last year.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

Mississippi Lottery Start Date: Where to Buy Lottery Tickets and Scratch-Off Games in Mississippi?
Mississippi launched scratch-off tickets in November and the state's residents will soon get to play both Mega Millions and Powerball.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

Young Honduran Migrants Kidnapped, Sexually Assaulted in Mexico After Fleeing National Guard: MSF
"Far from enabling people to migrate safely, Mexico's repressive border policy condemns them to greater suffering," Médecins Sans Frontières has warned.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

Watergate Reporter Carl Bernstein Says Six to Nine Senate Republicans Are 'Wobbly' And Want To Make 'Some Kind of Statement'
The co-author of All the President's Men told CNN that Mitch McConnell had a strategy to "wear out his own members" to stop a vote for more witnesses.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

These Victims of the Infamous Vesuvius Eruption Were Baked From the Outside in, Scientists Say
Research has shed new light on one of the most notorious natural disasters in history.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

When Are the 2020 Grammy Awards? Here's Everything You Need to Know
We look at when the 62nd annual Grammy Awards will be taking place and where you can watch the show live, including red carpet arrivals.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

New Footage From 2018 Near-Collision Between U.S., Chinese Warships Shows Sailors Preparing for Impact
The incident occurred in the contested South China Sea, where the U.S. military conducts "freedom of navigation" operations in waters claimed by Beijing.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

Las Vegas Raiders Stadium, Logo, Uniforms and Season Ticket Prices as Franchise Moves From Oakland to Sin City
The Oakland Raiders officially moved to Sin City on Wednesday, kicking off a new era for both the franchise and the NFL.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

'Star Trek: Picard' Timeline: Where Does the New Series Fit in the World of 'Star Trek'?
"Star Trek: Picard" has a timeline that unites the "Star Trek" TV series and the recent movies, as well as taking the CBS franchise into a new century.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

What Started Coronavirus Outbreak in China? Snakes Most Likely Source, Experts Believe
The virus has killed over a dozen people since it emerged in December 2019.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

Trump Impeachment Trial Day Four: What to Watch For As House Managers Make The Case For President's Removal
Over the next two days, Democrats will use their remaining time to demonstrate that Trump had inappropriate dealings with Ukraine

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

Soko Glam's Charlotte Cho Is Leading a Korean Beauty and Skin-Care Revolution
"Skin care doesn't have to be a one-size-fits-all solution at all," Charlotte Cho told Newsweek Conversations.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

Jungwoo Trends As K-Pop Singer Is Reportedly Returning From Hiatus for NCT 127 Comeback Album
The singer, who has been on a temporary career break , is said to be gearing up for a comeback with the K-pop boy band later this year.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

Man Jailed After Posing As Charity Fundraiser To Sexually Assault Women, Police Say
Vaseli Baicu's victims included an elderly woman who suffers from dementia and another woman who was recovering from a stroke.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

Who Won At the Grammy Awards Last Year? All the 2019 Winners Ahead of the 2020 Grammys
Ahead of the Grammy Awards 2020 on Sunday, refresh your memory of the big winners from last year.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

Deaths of Three American Firefighters a 'Terrible Tragedy' Says Australian PM After Plane Tackling Wildfires Crashes
All three aboard the C-130 Hercules Large Air Tanker died after crashing during operations in the Snowy Monaro area of New South Wales.

Newsweek
Jan 23, 2020

Australia Fires Have Likely Damaged or Destroyed Thousands of Ancient Aboriginal Sites
The fires that have devastated Australia began in September. Since then, millions of hectares of land have burned.

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