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Feb 20, 2018

Who Is Jackie Hill-Perry? Lecture by 'Ex-gay' Christian Poet Sparks LGBT Protest at Harvard
The Christian poet and activist told the audience that queer people are "broken."

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2018

North Korean Leader's Sister Sparks Pregnancy Rumors in South Korea
North Korea's ruling family may soon be welcoming a new member, according to sources in Seoul.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2018

Ivanka Trump May Discuss U.S.-North Korea Talks Plan During Winter Olympics Visit
"Issues of mutual interest could naturally be on the table during the process of the visit," South Korean foreign ministry spokesman Noh Kyu-duk said.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2018

Clarence Thomas: The Case To Impeach Supreme Court Justice Over His Alleged Sexual Misconduct
A second woman has accused Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas of sexual assault, and a campaign to impeach him is looming.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2018

UNICEF: 1 Million Babies Live Less than a Day Due to Poor Healthcare
"Newborns die because they are poor," said UNICEF's executive director.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2018

Iran Threatens to Flatten Tel Aviv and Kill Netanyahu if Israel Attacks
The threat followed Israel's warning that it could carry out direct attacks on Iran.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2018

5G Breakthrough: Vodafone and Huawei Claim ‘First Call in the World'
The demo reportedly reached speeds higher than 2Gbps (gigabits per second).

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2018

Can a Lawyer (Michael Cohen) Pay a Witness (Stormy Daniels) Hush Money to Silence Her?
Did Trump's lawyer breach legal ethics by paying $130,000 to Trump's girlfriend?

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2018

Florida Shooting: 50 Percent of Americans Now Want Nationwide Ban on Assault Weapons, Poll Shows
The majority of respondents also said the president and Congress were not doing enough to prevent mass shootings.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2018

Where Is Sammi Giancola? Snooki Instagrams ‘Jersey Shore' Picture Without Ronnie's Ex
"So it's been 9 years since our crazy asses were introduced to the world."

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2018

Europe: Measles Rates Are Rising Because Parents Are Refusing to Vaccinate Their Children
Vaccination rates in some European countries are extremely low.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2018

Russia Is Worried That Hackers Will Meddle in Its Election. No, Really
Moscow continues to deny it tried to rig the 2016 U.S. presidential election or any other foreign votes.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2018

Phases of the Moon Delay NASA's New Planet-Finding Telescope Launch for Nearly a Month
An intriguing feature of its orbit ties this telescope's destiny to a lunar schedule.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2018

Team USA Vs Czech Republic: Where to Watch as U.S. Men's Hockey Team Look to Secure Spot in Olympic Semi-final
Czech Republic stand between Team USA and a third consecutive Olympic semi-final.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2018

‘Antifa' Protests Derail Taake, a Norwegian Black Metal Band Accused of Neo-Nazi Sympathies
The band, which once displayed a swastika onstage, denies that it supports Nazi politics.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2018

Trump's Alleged Affairs Have Piqued Public Interest More Than the Sexual Assault Accusations Against Him
Is the media coverage of President Donald Trump's alleged extramarital affairs driven by Americans' prurient interests?

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2018

Who is Alex Van Der Zwaan, Special Counsel Robert Mueller's New Defendant?
The defendant allegedly has ties to the Ukraine government.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2018

Nikolas Cruz Friend Ariana Lopez Reveals He Talked About Murdering Parents and Significant Others
"He would post pictures of 15 or more firearms just on his bed."

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2018

Trump Faith Adviser Skips Bible Session in the Holy Land Because He Might Crash LGBT Party
The anti-gay campaigner's visit to the Israeli parliament has been scrapped because it would clash with an annual LGBT event.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2018

Iraqi Court Convicts a Dozen ISIS Widows to Death, Life in Prison
The 12 women claimed they were duped and forced by their husbands to join them in Iraq.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2018

Cardi B ‘Caught' Jamming To Fergie's National Anthem Rendition, Viral Memes Claim
She was actually bopping to "Bartier Cardi."

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2018

After Olympics, U.S. and South Korea Will Again Hold Military Drills Despite the North's Protests
North Korea condemned the expected military drill for damning a small chance for peace.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2018

Watch: Anderson Cooper Berates Donald Trump For Playing Golf, Tweeting During Florida Shooting Victims' Funerals
Trump has made the 17 deaths about himself, according to Cooper.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2018

Meet Sebastian Kurz, the World's Youngest Prime Minister
The problems Austria's chancellor is facing, from immigration to xenophobia, are as old as they are intractable.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2018

People Carve Love Notes Into Beached Blue Whale and Take Smiling Selfies Atop Carcass
The 66-foot mammal washed up on the southern coast of Chile.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2018

Right-wing Conspiracy Theorists Blame Anti-Gun Rallies and Teen Activism on George Soros
David Hogg, a Florida student who has been critical of politicians, has been attacked personally by right-wing activists.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2018

Taíno: ‘Extinct' Indigenous Americans Never Actually Disappeared, Ancient Tooth Reveals
The genetic discovery confirms descendants' long-held beliefs.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2018

Police Who Help ICE Detain Undocumented Immigrants Could Be ‘Breaking Fourth Amendment,' Experts Say
Lawyer argues that only immigration officers can execute arrest warrants for civil violations of immigration laws.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2018

Police Who Help ICE Detain Undocumented Immigrants Could Be ‘Violating Fourth Amendment,' Experts Say
Lawyer argues that only immigration officers can execute arrest warrants for civil violations of immigration laws.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2018

Fake News Game Wants to ‘Vaccinate' People Against Russian Trolls
Bad News lets you take on the role of "fake news-monger" to teach you the tactics of trolls.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2018

Face of Trump Dating Site Dropped After His Child Sex Conviction Resurfaces
Barrett Riddleberger was convicted of indecent liberties with a minor after filming a sex tape with a 15-year-old girl in 1995.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2018

Having a Sibling Can Make You More Empathic, New Research Shows
In a new study, we were able to remove the influence of parents.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2018

CPAC: French Far-Right's Marion Maréchal-Le Pen to Address GOP Leaders
Critics have denounced CPAC for inviting the politician, renowned for her anti-Islam and anti-immigrant views.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2018

Strippers and Pole Dancing at Funerals Faces New Crackdown in China
It's China's latest move in a long-standing war against funeral strippers.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2018

Plants Appeared on Land 100 Million Years Earlier Than Scientists Thought
The advent of land plants changed the planet forever.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2018

Rare Einstein Letter Thanking American Who Helped Jews Escape Holocaust Emerges in Chicago
The letter, which could be worth thousands, has been locked away in a safety deposit box for half a century.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2018

This Country Is Changing Its Stalin-imposed Alphabet After 80 Years
Kazakhstan was one of the last countries to keep the controversial alphabet ordered by Russia.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2018

White House Official Blasted for Calling Florida Shooting a ‘Reprieve' From West Wing Scandals
The anonymous aide's comments were torn apart on Twitter.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2018

Telugu 'Text Bomb' Will Crash Your iPhone in Seconds—Here's How to Fix It
A ‘text bomb' wreaked havoc last week by causing Apple devices to crash. Here's how to stop it.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2018

Video Shows North Carolina Teacher Body-Slamming 12-Year-Old Student in Fight Over Valentine's Day Chocolate
The child's family is suing both the teacher and the school.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2018

Video Shows North Carolina Teacher Body-Slamming 12-Year-Old Student In Row Over Valentine's Day Chocolate
The child's family are suing both the teacher and the school.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2018

How Much Is Kirk Cousins Worth? Redskins QB About to Hit Free Agent Market
Cousins looks set to leave Washington as free agent.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2018

Who Is Mechie, Blac Chyna's Ex-Boyfriend? Singer Claims He Is Man in Leaked Sex Tape That Chyna's Lawyer Dubbed 'Revenge Porn'
Chyna's lawyer said they will ask police to investigate the video leak.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2018

Ohio Pastor and Family Accused of Robbing Sunday School Teacher at Gunpoint
Anthony Morris, 49, and his wife and teenage daughter face charges of aggravated robbery with a deadly weapon.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2018

What Is Umbilicoplasty? The Rise of Belly Button Surgery
Selfie culture has sparked the rise of belly button surgery, according to a plastic surgeon

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2018

Google Retinal Scans Can Predict if You Will Have a Heart Attack
Researchers used AI to predict a patient's gender, smoking status, blood pressure and age.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2018

Columbine Survivor Wants Guns in Schools, Arguing More Kids Would Have Survived Attack if Teachers Were Armed
Patrick Neville said some of his classmates may have survived if a member of staff had been armed.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2018

South Point Casino Robbed at Gunpoint by Woman in Las Vegas
Detectives release image they want to trace in connection with casino cage robbery.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2018

Jupiter's Great Red Spot: Mysterious 200-year-old Storm May Be About to End
In the 19th century, the storm was well over twice the width of Earth.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2018

Man Arrested by ICE While Applying for Legal Status With Husband
Jose "Ivan" Nunez had been living in the U.S. as an undocumented immigrant.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2018

Transavia Airline Sued by Sisters After Fart Fight Got Them Kicked Off Plane
Nora Lachhab, 25, and her unnamed sister, were humiliated when the airline threw them off the plane with the farting passenger.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2018

Ancient Rome: Scientists Explain Geological Mystery That Killed Animals but Not Priests at 'Gate to Hell'
To the disbelief of spectators, all of the animals which entered into the gates perished, while miraculously, the priests emerged unscathed.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2018

Thai Court Says Japanese Tycoon Can Raise His 13 Surrogate Children
The man paid around $10,000 to each woman in a case that helped end commercial surrogacy in Thailand.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2018

Who Is Joel Gisler? Watch Swiss Skier's Scary Crash During Men's Halfpipe at Pyeongchang Winter Olympics
Don't try this at home, kids.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2018

Lion Bites Off Own Tail After Getting Stuck In Freezing Water In Zoo
The animal had bitten it off after it got stuck in a frozen watering hole.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2018

Mitt Romney and Donald Trump Have Buried the Hatchet—But For How Long?
The two men have traded insults for years.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2018

Team USA Men's Hockey On Track For First Gold Medal Since 1980 After Slovakia Win
Team USA beats Slovakia 5-1 to clinch quarter final berth against Czech Republic.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2018

Trump Hits Out At Obama Over Russia Election Meddling After Apparently Deciding He Now Believes In Investigation
The president appears to have forgotten Obama's reaction to the allegations.

Newsweek
Feb 19, 2018

Trump Is The Worst President, Expert Ranking Survey Reveals On Presidents' Day
"Donald J. Trump makes his ranking debut at the bottom of the list," the survey states.

Newsweek
Feb 19, 2018

Fox News' Shep Smith Smacked Down Trump for Not Going After Russia for Election Meddling
The news host broke down the president's Twitter attacks and lack of condemnation of Russia for election meddling.

Newsweek
Feb 19, 2018

North Korean Cheerleader Speaks Out on Psychological Training in Kim Jong Un's 'Army of Beauties'
"We were not just there to cheer, we were told to go into the heart of the enemy," she said.

Newsweek
Feb 19, 2018

Michelle Obama Loves ‘Black Panther' For Inspiring Young ‘People Of All Backgrounds'
"Young people will finally see superheroes that look like them on the big screen," the former first lady tweeted.

Newsweek
Feb 19, 2018

Assemblywoman Asked Aides to Play ‘Spin the Bottle' After Heavy Drinking Following Fundraiser
California's Cristina Garcia was viewed as a major proponent of the #MeToo movement.

Newsweek
Feb 19, 2018

Iceland Angers Jewish and Muslim Leaders Over Proposal to Ban Infant Male Circumcision
Politicians proposing the bill argue that it will protect children's rights.

Newsweek
Feb 19, 2018

High Schoolers in Washington, D.C. Stage 'Lie-In' As Student Cry for Gun Reform Grows Louder
There are also various marches planned in the coming months.

Newsweek
Feb 19, 2018

Secret Service Detains Mar-a-Lago Driver For Firearm While Trump Prepared To Golf
The driver was "briefly detained" and "found to be in lawful possession" of the gun, the Secret Service stated.

Newsweek
Feb 19, 2018

McDougal Payment from American Media Was Trump Campaign Contribution, Watchdog Group Claims to FEC
The decision to buy and not publish a former Playboy Playmate's alleged affair with Donald Trump could have helped his campaign.

Newsweek
Feb 19, 2018

Who Goes Home on ‘The Bachelor' Week 8? Predictions and Spoilers
And then there were three.

Newsweek
Feb 19, 2018

What Is Huffing? Man Found Dead in New York Beside 22 Aerosol Cans and One in His Mouth
Turning aerosol cans into recreational drugs is most common among children and young adults.

Newsweek
Feb 19, 2018

Apple Watches Are Wasting Police Time by Accidentally Dialing 911
An Apple Watch feature designed to save lives by helping to call for local emergency services is wasting critical resources due to a sharp rise in accidental calls, police warn.

Newsweek
Feb 19, 2018

South Carolina Republicans Table Bill to Define Gay Marriage as 'Parody Marriage'
The GOP lawmakers argue same-sex marriages "fail to check out the human design."

Newsweek
Feb 19, 2018

Nikolas Cruz's Foster Family Says Confessed Florida Shooter 'Followed The Rules' And Was 'Very Polite' At Home
Kimberly Snead said in her first TV interview Monday that she'd struggled to find words when she saw Cruz after: "Really, Nik? Really?"

Newsweek
Feb 19, 2018

Dog Food Recall: FDA Finds Deadly Pet Euthanasia in Several Common Brands
Could this poison have come from shelter dogs ground up into pet food?

Newsweek
Feb 19, 2018

Mexico Refuses to Be 'Treated Like a Doormat' Over Trump's Border Wall, Top Election Candidate Declares
Presidential candidate Ricardo Anaya said Mexico will refuse to pay for constructing the border wall, as Trump once insisted would be the case.

Newsweek
Feb 19, 2018

Where Does Donald Trump Stand on Gun Control? President Takes Timid Step in Support of Better Background Checks
On the campaign trail, Trump portrayed himself as a defender of Second Amendment Rights and an NRA supporter.

Newsweek
Feb 19, 2018

Syria and Assad Will Fight Alongside Kurds As Battle Rages Against Turkey in Afrin
Turkish troops could soon be confronting Kurds and Syrian allied forces in the northwest.

Newsweek
Feb 19, 2018

Freshmen Forced to Drink Alcohol from Penis Cup in Bizarre Hazing Ritual
Participants swallowed beer flowing down another student's penis and consumed their own vomit.

Newsweek
Feb 19, 2018

American Who Stole Terracotta Warrior's Thumb Must be 'Severely Punished', China Says
Michael Rohana, 24, broke off and stole the ancient terracotta warrior's left thumb during an 'ugly Christmas jumper party' at the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia.

Newsweek
Feb 19, 2018

WATCH: World's First Footage of Baby Dumbo Octopus
Does it look like Dumbo to you?

Newsweek
Feb 19, 2018

Russians Warned They Will Be Forced to House 'Gay Homestays' in Homophobic Election Advert
Video hoping to boost voting figures in next month's election with bizarre threat.

Newsweek
Feb 19, 2018

Animals Have Stopped Turning White for Winter in Alarming Climate Change Trend
When there's no snow, there's no need for their winter whites.

Newsweek
Feb 19, 2018

First of Its Kind Blood Test Can Spot Autism in Children
Scientists say the test can detect autism disorders with around 90 percent accuracy.

Newsweek
Feb 19, 2018

Who Is Anthony Borges? Heroic Teen Shot Five Times Shielding Friends From Florida Gunman
Student Anthony Borges threw himself between the shooter and his friends.

Newsweek
Feb 19, 2018

Government Denies Cannabis to Boy Who Suffers From Rare Form of Epilepsy
Cannabis oil helped him go for up to three weeks without a seizure, after experiencing as many as 30 per day.

Newsweek
Feb 19, 2018

Imran Khan Marries For Third Time To Faith Healer Bushra Maneka
He reportedly sought out the conservative Muslim spiritual guide for advice.

Newsweek
Feb 19, 2018

Who Is Gabriella Papadakis? Figure Skater Suffers Wardrobe Malfunction During Olympics Routine
"It was my worst nightmare at the Olympics," Papadakis said of the wardrobe mishap.

Newsweek
Feb 19, 2018

Bizarre Camouflage Skills of the Cuttlefish Have Finally Been Explained by Science
These marine animals can even change the texture of their skin to make themselves look like coral.

Newsweek
Feb 19, 2018

Bizarre Camouflage Skills of the Cuttlefish Have Finally Explained by Science
These marine animals can even change the texture of their skin to make themselves look like coral.

Newsweek
Feb 19, 2018

'Black Panther' Is Breaking Box Office Records and the Myth That Black Movies Don't Sell: How It's Made History So Far
King of Wakanda. King of the box office.

Newsweek
Feb 19, 2018

Trump Should Pardon Flynn, Gates, Himself and Everyone in the Russian Collusion Investigation, Conservatives Say
Supporters of the president want him to pardon anyone entangled in the Russia probe, including himself.

Newsweek
Feb 19, 2018

Russian Trolls and Fake News Are Set to Get Even Worse, Warns Former White House Advisor
Former White House technology advisor tells Newsweek there's "no one magic silver bullet."

Newsweek
Feb 19, 2018

Russian Trolls and Fake News Are Set to Get Much Worse, Warns Former White House Adviser
Former White House technology adviser tells Newsweek there's "no one magic silver bullet."

Newsweek
Feb 19, 2018

Saudi Arabian Woman Locked in Room and Threatened by Family Seeks Help From Reddit
The woman says she was disowned by her mother and locked in her room, and that her brother is threatening to kill her.

Newsweek
Feb 19, 2018

Russia Investigation: Trump Aide Rick Gates Likely to Testify Against Paul Manafort in Mueller Probe
People with knowledge of the case said that Rick Gates will plead guilty in a matter of days.

Newsweek
Feb 19, 2018

U.S. Soldiers Eat Scorpions, Spiders and Drink Cobra Blood in Annual War Games
Nearly 7,000 U.S. troops are taking part in the 37th Cobra Gold drills held in Thailand.

Newsweek
Feb 19, 2018

White Nationalist Greg Johnson Banned from Seattle Gym After Owner Discovers He's A Member Of The Alt-Right
Greg Johnson was told he was not allowed to train at the Fremont facility.

Newsweek
Feb 19, 2018

Two Kids Dressed as One Tall Man to Get Into Black Panther Screening And It's Awesome
The pair posted their video online, where it has been viewed thousands of times.

Newsweek
Feb 19, 2018

Only Russia or Canada Stands in the Way of First U.S. Women's Ice Hockey Gold for 20 Years
The team beat Finland 5-0 to advance to the final of the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea.

Newsweek
Feb 19, 2018

Donald Trump Jr. Accused of Seeking to Cash in on Father's Presidency With 'Dinner and Conversation' Prize for Indian Investors
Investors in a Trump Organisation property development are being offered an exclusive meal with the president's eldest son.

Newsweek
Feb 19, 2018

Mount Sinabung Eruption: Volcanic Explosion Turns Villages 'Pitch Black' as Smoke Bursts Thousands of Feet in Air
Volcano in Indonesia continues to erupt after laying dormant for hundreds of years.

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