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Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Woman Who 'Ditched' Grandchild's Birth for Wedding Backed Online: 'Selfish'
"A wedding is not just a party," one commenter assured. "It's a once in a lifetime event."

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Neighbor Backed for Not Inviting 'Screaming' Girl To Bounce House Party
"It's like she sees a bug, she screams. She thinks someone is chasing her, she screams. She jumps off a swing, she screams," the man wrote.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Joe Biden Mocked for Saying He Was 'Raised in the Puerto Rican Community'
President Biden visited Puerto Rico on Monday and pledged $60 million in disaster relief aid as the island recovers from Hurricane Fiona.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Peter Thiel's Dating App Reveals What Women Want: Manly Men | Opinion
Men: dare to be different, and you'll be rewarded and find yourself swimming in a large pool of potential mates.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Ukraine Getting More HIMARS from U.S. in New Aid Package
Ukraine's stock of the long-range missile system will be boosted to 20 under new U.S. military assistance, with more on the way.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

'Which Elon Musk Do You Like?': Zelensky Responds to Tesla CEO's Poll
Zelensky responded to Musk's "peace" plan by asking his followers if they prefer a pro-Ukraine version of Musk or a pro-Russia version.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

New Mom Slammed for Using Sister's Deceased Baby's Name for Her Own Child
One user said, "She should've asked permission first of all. But hiding it until it was legal and not easily changed was 10000% deliberate."

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Stepmom Refusing to Spend Money on Husband's Adopted Child Sparks Outrage
"You shouldn't revoke her access to the cards," one commenter advised. "You should revoke her access to the kids."

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Trump Defamation Lawsuit 'Doesn't Have Much Chance': Legal Expert
In the lawsuit filed Monday, Trump's lawyers ask for $475 million in punitive damages for what they claim was a "campaign" of "libel and slander."

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Atlantic Storm Potentially Churning Toward Similar Path as Hurricane Ian
Forecasters say there is a 40 percent chance of another cyclone developing. But at the moment, there are no indications another Ian is imminent.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Putin Ally Says Russia Should Not Expect 'Good News' as Ukraine Advances
"For a certain period of time, things won't be easy for us," Russian state TV presenter Vladimir Solovyov said. "We shouldn't be expecting good news."

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

North Korea Missile Flies Over Japan, Prompting Take Shelter Warnings
The reported North Korean missile launch prompted the U.S. Embassy in Tokyo to alert its citizens as well.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Read The Onion's Hilarious Supreme Court Filing in Defense of Parody
The Onion is supporting an Ohio man arrested for making a Facebook page satirizing his local police department.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Biden Says He Was 'Politically' Raised in Puerto Rican Community
"I was sort of raised in the Puerto Rican community at home politically," Biden said during his visit to the hurricane-ravaged territory.

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Oct 03, 2022

Man Bashed for Saying Late Wife Wasn't 'Love of His Life' but New Wife Is
One user questioned, "Why would you insult her this way? She doesn't deserve it."

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Amber Heard Spain Trip: Publicists Say Such Moves Not a Good Look for Stars
The actress is facing criticism for vacationing in Spain after saying she can't afford to pay Johnny Depp the millions a court ordered her to pay him.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Russia State Media Blames Twitter Trolls for Elon Musk Peace Deal Criticism
"When someone tries to steal the wheels of your Tesla, it doesn't make them legal owner of the car or…the wheels," Lithuanian President Gitanas Nauseda tweeted.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Internet Stunned as Pregnant Woman Labels Boyfriend a 'Pushover And a Wuss'
"Sounds like this incident in her mind was the last straw of a slew of other things she deems wuss-like-behavior," one commenter noted.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Grounded: How to Get Gold Cards
Learn how to get Gold Creature Cards in 'Grounded.'

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Kanye West's 'White Lives Matter' Shirt Slammed by Social Justice Advocates
Many social justice advocates were outraged by the move, with one person writing on Twitter: "It's not just anti-Black, it's buffoonery."

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Disney Dreamlight Valley: How to Cook Ratatouille
Learn how to cook Ratatouille, a 5-Star meal, in Disney Dreamlight Valley to impress Remy.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Russia Fails Five Separate Times to Advance in Donetsk in Single Day
Ukraine repelled attacks in five cities in the region, the latest setback for Russia, officials said Monday.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

VA Abortions Won't Hold Up to Scrutiny | Opinion
People in the pro-life movement wanta states' rights approach.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Women Pro Soccer Players Told They'd Never Be Better Than '16-Year-Old Boy'
An investigation led by former U.S. Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates found widespread verbal and sexual abuse in U.S. women's soccer.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

'Birth Control Damaged My Libido, Coming Off Changed My Life'
Within three months, I really started to experience the world differently.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Military Women Need Options Too | Opinion
You need to have choices to navigate, because almost anything in this world is not one size fits all.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

As Iran Hits Kurdish Foes, U.S. Also Worries About Turkey's Strikes in Iraq
"We have repeatedly expressed our concerns regarding Turkish operations in Iraq," a State Department spokesperson told Newsweek.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Ukraine Posts Photo of Iranian Drone That Official Denies Giving to Putin
The U.S. Treasury Department has already imposed additional sanctions on Iran for the program.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Billy Eichner's New Movie: Did Homophobia Doom It Or Was It Something Else?
Eichner's "Bros" underperformed in its opening weekend, which he blamed on homophobia. A box office expert cited other reasons to Newsweek.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Destiny 2: How to Get No Time to Explain
How to pick up the time-bending Exotic weapon with peculiar traits that you'll want to use all the way through Destiny 2.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Trump Is 'Cornered Animal' That Will 'Damage' the GOP: George Conway
George Conway believes the former president is in major legal hot water that will ultimately upend the Republican Party.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

'Couldn't Find Anyone to Kill': Nikolas Cruz Says Why Mass Shooting Ended
A jury is decided on Cruz's sentence after he pleaded guilty last year to 17 counts of murder and 17 counts of attempted murder.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Kremlin Mouthpiece Who Said West Lost 'Appeal' Has American Teach Her Kids
Margarita Simonyan is described by the U.S. State Department as "one of Russian President Vladimir Putin's main faces of propaganda and disinformation."

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Democratic Senator at Risk of Losing Seat Targets Flash-Mob Crime
The announcement comes a few weeks ahead of the midterm elections in which Cortez Masto will face Adam Laxalt, who holds a slight lead in recent polls.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Residents Praise FL Sheriff as Officials Investigate Hurricane Ian Deaths
Lee County Sheriff Carmine Marceno is under public scrutiny after his storm response, but many residents are leaping to the sheriff's defense on social media.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Disney Dreamlight Valley: How to Get Seaweed
Learn how to get Seaweed, an important crafting material in Disney Dreamlight Valley.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Liberated Lyman Citizens Greet Ukraine Soldiers With Tears, Hugs: Video
The last of the Russian occupying forces were driven out of Lyman, Ukraine, by Saturday night.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

'Could Be Months' Before Floridians Allowed Into Homes After Hurricane Ian
Search and rescue operations are still underway in the town of Fort Myers Beach, and evacuated residents have been told to stay out of the area.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Fact Check: Did Vladimir Putin Smuggle Washing Machine Out of East Germany?
Russia's Vladimir Putin, a KGB agent at the time, is said to have brought appliance home after the Cold War ended.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Biden's Popularity in Key Swing States Is Troubling Sign for Democrats
"Low presidential approval make Biden a target in competitive races in these key states," Brandon Rottinghaus, told Newsweek.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Fact Check: Did Russia Send XVI Century 'Tsar Cannon' to Ukraine Front?
As Ukraine's forces press on, images have been shared of Russia's forces using antiquated hardware.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Michelle and Barack Obama Celebrate 30 Years Together: 'I Won the Lottery'
"These last 30 years have been an adventure, and I'm grateful to have you by my side," the former first lady wrote in an Instagram post.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Key Detail in Polls May Be Hiding GOP Victories, Political Consultant Warns
Political mistrust could play the biggest factor in inaccurate polling in 2022, Ohio-based consultant Mark Weaver said.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Fortnite: How to Survive a Storm
The storm itself is actually a sentient being, and it's a dangerous area that you must stay away from if you don't want to die.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Ukraine Diplomat Aims 4-Letter Blast at Elon Musk's Russia Peace Proposal
Under Musk's peace deal, Crimea, a region Russia annexed in 2014, would formally become part of Russia.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Kim Kardashian Crypto Case Is Giving Kendall Jenner Fyre Festival Vibes
The SEC announced a $1.26 million settlement with Kardashian on Monday over her promotion of EthereumMax. Her little sister ran into similar trouble in 2020.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Grounded: How to Get Weed Stem
Find out how to get Weed Stem early and easily in Grounded.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

U.S. Getting Ukraine to Finish Line Sets 'Tone' for China: Nikki Haley
The former U.N. ambassador made the comments after new threats from China against the U.S. and the West regarding Ukraine's NATO's membership request.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Russia Cracks Down on Quality of Recruits for War After Fierce Criticism
Thousands of drafted Russians are being sent home after being sent recruitment notices, despite them not meeting standards of age, fitness, or experience.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Marjorie Taylor Greene Asks Kamala Harris if White Husband Is 'Worth Less'
The GOP congresswoman accused Harris of pushing for "equity" in regards to Hurricane Ian aid, but the White House dismissed her criticism as "inaccurate."

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Harry Styles Gives Democrat Beto O'Rourke a Shoutout During Texas Concert
Democrat Beto O'Rourke is trailing behind Republican Greg Abbott in the race for Texas governor.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Ukraine, NATO Negotiations Should Begin Immediately: Lithuania
Granting Ukraine membership to NATO would compel the alliance's 30 member nations to actively defend Ukraine against Russia.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Forecasters Monitoring What's Next in the Atlantic in Wake of Ian
Weather experts are closely watching the Caribbean Sea as a disturbance is predicted to enter these waters during the latter part of next week.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Dog's Unique Friendship With Owner's Fish Delights Internet
Morty the corgi's owner says he "visits the fish whenever he's out in the yard" and was once "so excited" he jumped into the pond to see them.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

As Florida Reels From Ian, a Lookback at Hurricane Charley
Hurricane Charley was the first of the 2004 Atlantic hurricane season and left a trail of destruction in its wake.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Stockton Serial Killer Victims Had Four Things In Common
The Stockton Police Department confirmed to Newsweek that an investigation showed that each of the five victims was "ambushed."

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

'Stop the War' Beauty Pageant Makes Russia, Ukraine Roommates
Miss Grand International is a Thailand-based beauty pageant with a "Stop the War and Violence" campaign, according to its website.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Why Kim Kardashian Was Fined for Her Crypto Ad and Matt Damon Wasn't
The SEC alleged that Kardashian failed to disclose a $250,000 payment to publish a post on her Instagram account promoting EthereumMax's EMAX tokens.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Couple Invoicing Bride $2,000 After Being Uninvited to Her Wedding Praised
Wedding expert Poppy Sienna told Newsweek, "I can completely understand why the couple feel as if they can't justify spending all this money."

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Frozen Embryos for IVF Raises Risk of High Blood Pressure: Research
While most IVF pregnancies are healthy, scientists have called for careful consideration of risks prior to a "freeze-all" approach for embryos.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Will Democrats Hold the Senate? Pollsters and Bookmakers Sharply Divided
A confusing picture is emerging, as polling predicts the Democrats have the best chance of success, while betting sites say Republicans are more likely to win.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

China Warns U.S. of Grave Consequences if Ukraine Joins NATO
In a nuclear war, "there will be no security for anyone, not for Ukraine, and not for the world," the Global Times wrote in an editorial on Sunday.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Man Praised for Demanding Dad Pay for Damage He Did to Girlfriend's Phone
Psychiatrist Carly Snyder, M.D. told Newsweek there was definitely something "odd" about the circumstances around the story.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Hooters Server Takes Revenge on 'Weird' Customer in Video: 'Find His Wife'
"We all uncomfortable now," said Hooters server Lydia P. Warren. "My flash on. We all uncomfortable now, huh?"

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

What is Racial Gerrymandering? Supreme Court Takes Aim at Alabama Voting
Three federal judges, including two appointed by former President Donald Trump, ruled in January that Alabama must draw new congressional maps.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

When Are the Dark Circles Under Your Eyes Not Down to Being Tired?
Dermatologist Dr. Fatima Fahs told Newsweek that "they can be a sign of more dangerous health conditions like anemia or low iron."

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Old Dog Adopted to Spend Last Days in Loving Home After 14 Years in Shelter
Stuart had been in a shelter since 2008. Now, he lives away from "concrete kennels and loud noise."

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Florida River Submerges City After Breaking 110-Year-Old Flood Record
The Peace River in Arcadia crested at more than 25 feet. Parts of the inland city were still underwater days after Hurricane Ian passed.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Moment Woman Realizes Her Cat Is Stuck up a Tree During a Storm Goes Viral
At one point, the owner says she will need to call the fire brigade to rescue the cat, but another voice can be heard saying "it's going to cost a fortune."

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Groomer Hilariously Imitates Dog Breeds at Her Salon: 'So Accurate'
The groomer mimics some notable dog breeds, including huskies, poodles, cocker spaniels and Yorkshire terriers.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Expert Slams 'Blonde' for 'Violent, Exploitative Portrayal' of Abortion
Netflix's movie "Blonde" has angered many, and researcher Steph Herold told Newsweek that the film contributes "to stigmatizing narratives about abortion."

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Kim Kardashian's Crypto Fine Raises Questions About Matt Damon
The actor's Crypto.com ad has become a point of discussion on social media following Kardashian's recently announced settlement with the SEC.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Loneliness Can Double the Risk of Type 2 Diabetes: Study
People suffering from diabetes produce stress responses that elevate cortisol levels in the body, leading to insulin resistance.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Stockton Serial Killer's Behavior Creates Strong Chance of Getting Caught
Stockton police in California believe they have CCTV footage of the serial killer they're after. Prof David Wilson told Newsweek, "I think he will be caught."

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Bitcoin Mining Nearly As Bad as Crude Oil for Climate: Study
Researchers say that the mining of bitcoin is creating climate damages in excess of a coin's value.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Mean Girls Day: What the Cast Looks Like 18 Years Later
The 2004 cult classic has its own national day of celebration, thanks to one iconic scene.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

'Seen Nothing Like It': Floridians Pick Up the Pieces After Hurricane Ian
Hurricane Ian has wreaked havoc across communities in Florida, leaving many without homes and possessions.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Meghan Tries to Swerve 'Spectacle' of Father's Testimony Against Her
Meghan Markle's lawyers have asked a court to stop her half-sister from seeking evidence that "will harm Meghan."

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Putin's Problems Stacking Up as Kyiv Counteroffensive Exposes Weaknesses
Vladimir Putin has admitted to "mistakes" in his partial mobilization, while Kyiv presses on with its counteroffensive in Lyman and Kherson.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Can You Be Friends With Your Ex's Partner? Experts Say It Is Possible!
Are these two moms who have gone against the "norm" and befriended each other a one-off, or could you befriend your ex's partner too? We spoke to the experts.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

What Is a Hunter's Moon? October 2022 Full Moon Meaning Explained
The Hunter's moon will reach peak illumination around 4:54 p.m. eastern time on Sunday, October 9.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Dog Waiting for Her Birthday 'Pawty' Guests to Arrive Delights Internet
Dogs can form "relationships of comparable qualities with both humans and other dogs," a 2019 study says.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Could 'House of the Dragon' Trigger Incest Survivors?
In its latest episode, the HBO hit pushed further with an incestuous storyline. Could such narratives hurt viewers who experienced incest?

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Kim Kardashian Crypto Bust: How Great Depression Law Was Used to Charge Her
According to the SEC, Kardashian reportedly promoted EthereumMax's crypto asset security without disclosing the $250,000 she had received.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

From The Frying Pan Into the Fire: Post-Covid Business Spending Strategies in a Recession
Here are five strategies leaders can implement to best guide their companies as we transition from a period of inflation into a potential recession.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Bride's Best Friend Applauded Over Response to Sister-in-Law Who Wore White
Wedding planner Mark Niemierko told Newsweek that guests wearing white is a "big no-no," but there are exceptions like Pippa Middleton at her sister's wedding.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Woman Waterproofing Her House Against Hurricane Ian Goes Viral: 'You Tried'
The viral TikTok video showed the woman's flooded home as she and her family tried to save their belongings.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Hurricane Ian Live Updates: Death Toll Rises in Florida
Rescue and recovery efforts continue in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian while President Biden visits Puerto Rico weeks after Hurricane Fiona hit the island. Follow for the latest.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Man's Relationship With His Dog in Restaurant Melt Hearts: 'Best Date Ever'
A woman secretly filmed a lovely moment between a man and his dog.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Kremlin Signs Agreements on 4 Ukrainian Regions Joining Russia
Top news stories on Russia's Channel One from September 25, 2022, to October 2, 2022, covering the war in Ukraine and other international affairs.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Stranger Gives Up Her Pillow for Service Dog to Sleep on Flight: 'Angel'
Almost 8 million people have viewed the video, with one TikToker writing about the woman, "She made my heart smile... What a beautiful human being!"

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Elements To Impress Your Boss and Advance Your Career: Part Two
Relationship building is one of the key components to success.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Babysitter Raped Multiple Children in His Care: Attorney
According to the Ohio Alliance to End Sexual Violence, every year about 30,000 children in the state are victims of some form of abuse or neglect.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

The 'EX' Factor: How Employee Experience Can Help You Win the Talent War
In service-based industries like healthcare, a positive employee experience trickles down to a more positive customer experience.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Orcas Filmed Terrorizing Humpback Whales in Battle off Washington Coast
Marine mammal expert Luke Rendell told Newsweek that interactions are "entirely common" as orcas often hunt humpback whales for food.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Putin Ally Kadyrov is Sending His Teenage Sons, One Just 14, to Front Line
Ramzan Kadyrov addressed his critics in a social media post and accused them of having less spirit, honor and dignity than his three teenage children.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

We Don't Have a Mental Health Crisis. We Have an Economic and Social One | Opinion
Even if we had far more mental health professionals, what would they do against these formidable foes? Prescribe more pills? Americans are already overprescribed.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

King Charles Swerves Potential 'Constitutional Crisis' Over Climate Talks
Royal biographer Robert Jobson told Newsweek: "As Prince of Wales, he had intended to go to COP and make a big speech," but that as king, there may be conflict.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

Charity vs. Solidarity: A Genuine Commitment to Diverse Storytelling | Opinion
We could use solidarity. It will look different for everyone and every corporation. But it's worth our time, our energy, and our dollars; committing to real change over hollow charity.

Newsweek
Oct 03, 2022

We Must Protect Our Democracy | Opinion
The Senate Rules Committee and the bi-partisan 16 member Senate Working Group have made excellent starts on legislation to ensure our democracy's survival.

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