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May 21, 2018

Soldier's Wife Sold Baby on Facebook She Said Died in Childbirth
Sergeant Steven Garcia was told his baby had died, but soon found out himself entangled in a legal battle involving kidnapping charges and a cheating spouse.

Newsweek
May 21, 2018

North Korean Hackers Spying on Defectors Using Facebook to Spread Android Malware
As North Korea teases deals with the U.S. and South Korea, its hackers are infecting defectors' smartphones, a cybersecurity firm has warned.

Newsweek
May 21, 2018

Hitler Did Not Escape to the Moon or Argentina, He's Still Dead, Study Concludes
Tooth fragments discovered in Berlin in 1945 belong to Hitler, proving he died as the Allies approached.

Newsweek
May 21, 2018

Santa Fe Shooting: Vote Out Politicians 'Only Offering Prayers' Says Houston Police Chief
"We need to start using the ballot box and ballot initiatives to take the matters out of the hands of people that are doing nothing."

Newsweek
May 21, 2018

How Much Exercise Will Keep Your Heart Healthy? Scientists May Have the Answer
A new study has pinpointed how much exercise could prevent the heart from ageing.

Newsweek
May 21, 2018

South Carolina Jailbreak: Everything We Know About Hunt for Escaped Murder Suspects
One man has been found, but two remain at large.

Newsweek
May 21, 2018

Man Accused of Punching Pregnant Deaf Woman and Service Dog Aboard Flight
The FBI has taken over an investigation into the incident.

Newsweek
May 21, 2018

Border Patrol Detained Two U.S. Citizens For 'Speaking Spanish' at Gas Station
"I saw that you guys are speaking Spanish, which is very unheard of up here," the border patrol agent said.

Newsweek
May 21, 2018

Baby Born on Island That 'Bans' Childbirth for First Time in 12 Years
The mother said she did not know she was pregnant.

Newsweek
May 21, 2018

Queqiao: China's New Satellite Will Bridge the Gap to the Far Side of the Moon
China also has its sights set on asteroids, Mars and the Jupiter system.

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May 21, 2018

Russian Restaurants Buy Fake Tripadvisor Reviews for $570 to Impress World Cup Fans
Some outlets have seen a huge spike in people leaving comments.

Newsweek
May 21, 2018

Fifty Beautiful Photos of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Royal Wedding
The ceremony infused the British monarchy with a blast of modernity.

Newsweek
May 21, 2018

John Oliver Goes After the Royal Family: 'Some of the Most Repressed People on Earth'
The British comedian had a few thoughts on the royal wedding.

Newsweek
May 21, 2018

Food Recall: Potentially Deadly Salmonella Found in Ziyad Tahini Paste Sold at Walmart
Salmonella kills hundreds of people in the U.S. each year.

Newsweek
May 21, 2018

North Carolina Man Accused of Ramming Car into Restaurant, Killing His Daughter, Daughter-in-Law
Employees at the Surf and Turf lodge said that Roger Self took his family to the restaurant before leaving and ploughing his car into the area where they were seated.

Newsweek
May 21, 2018

'This Is My House': Steph Curry Rebuked by His Mom After Outburst in Game Three
Curry scored 35 points in Game Three as the Warriors took a 2-1 lead in the series.

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May 21, 2018

'Emaciated' Cougar Mauls Two Washington Cyclists, Killing One
The fatal attack was the first by a cougar in the state for almost a century.

Newsweek
May 21, 2018

Transfer News: Rivals Swoop for Chelsea's £100-Million Star, Manchester United Close in on Toby Alderweireld
Who's going where this summer?

Newsweek
May 21, 2018

Liberal Mayor Assaulted by Far-right Mob at War Memorial Event
Yiannis Boutaris, 75, was hospitalized after the attack in the Greek city of Thessaloniki.

Newsweek
May 21, 2018

Frontier Flight Passenger Assaulted Two Women Before Urinating on Seat
Drunk man detained by police after flight lands in Charleston, South Carolina.

Newsweek
May 20, 2018

What Happened To Duck? Why He Left ‘Naked and Afraid XL' Early
"It really hurt us to lose him."

Newsweek
May 20, 2018

Venezuela's Presidential Race: Nicolás Maduro Wins Amid Fraud Allegations
Maduro called for elections early this year, despite widespread rejection from several countries in the Western Hemisphere.

Newsweek
May 20, 2018

Trump Could Be 'Walking Into A Trap' With Mueller Interview, Giuliani Warns
The president's lawyer said they need to know more about the FBI informant.

Newsweek
May 20, 2018

NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio Preparing City For Marijuana Legalization, Instructs NYPD To Halt Arrests
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is set to instruct NYPD to stop arrests of New Yorkers smoking weed in public while additionally forming a task force to ease what he sees as an inevitable full-on legalization of recreational marijuana.

Newsweek
May 20, 2018

Food Cravings Could Be Cut With Magnetic Brain Stimulation, New Obesity Study Shows
The technique is already used to treat major depression.

Newsweek
May 20, 2018

Roger Stone To Be Indicted For Financial Dealings In Mueller Probe, Former Trump Advisor Sam Nunberg Says
"Mueller is treating all Trump associates as if they are the Mafia," Nunberg added. "And he is very selective about that."

Newsweek
May 20, 2018

Texas GOP Candidate's Trust Fund Paid His Children To Marry Someone White
Vic Cunningham wanted his children to marry someone of the opposite sex who was the same race.

Newsweek
May 20, 2018

Pope Francis Allegedly Tells Gay Man 'God Made You Like this and Loves You'
If true, this represents another step forward for LGBT acceptance within the Catholic Church.

Newsweek
May 20, 2018

Texas Lt. Gov. Thinks Abortion, Video Games Show 'Culture Of Violence' That Leads To School Shootings
"Psychologists and Psychiatrists will tell you that students are desensitized to violence, may have lost empathy for their victims by watching hours and hours of video violent games," Dan Patrick said in the days following the Santa Fe shooting.

Newsweek
May 20, 2018

Stunning Photos of Hawaii's Mount Kilauea's Volcanic Eruption
Beautiful, but dangerous.

Newsweek
May 20, 2018

Donald Trump Demands DOJ Investigation Into FBI, Obama Administration Election Spying Claims
President Donald Trump demanded a U.S. Department of Justice investigation into allegations that the DOJ or the FBI infiltrated his presidential campaign -- something he suggested was ordered by the Obama administration.

Newsweek
May 20, 2018

How to Watch 2018 Billboard Music Awards: Live Stream Red Carpet and Performances
Singer Kelly Clarkson will host the musical event.

Newsweek
May 20, 2018

Who Is Melanie Trump? President Donald Trump Appears to Forget His Wife's Name
"Melanie is feeling and doing really well."

Newsweek
May 20, 2018

Who is Mahmoud Abbas? Palestinian Authority President Taken to Hospital Following Surgery
The leader has been president of the Palestinian National Authority since 2005.

Newsweek
May 20, 2018

Appointment Of Special Counsel In Russia Probe Was 'A Mistake,' Says Alan Dershowitz
The attorney said an independent commission would have been a better idea.

Newsweek
May 20, 2018

Who is Jonathan Oddi? Alleged Trump Resort Gunman is Porn Actor Who Adores First Lady Melania
Jonathan Oddi, 42, was arrested Friday after allegedly opening fire in the lobby of the Trump National Doral Golf Club in Florida.

Newsweek
May 20, 2018

Obama Education Chief Arne Duncan: Boycott US Schools Until There's Gun Control
Former Education Secretary Arne Duncan proposed that parents hold a nationwide boycott of schools until U.S. gun laws are changed to protect students.

Newsweek
May 20, 2018

Al Sharpton: White Supremacy On Its 'Last Breath' After Royal Wedding
The minister and civil rights activist praised the wedding but criticized the U.K.'s history with race.

Newsweek
May 20, 2018

Ebola Outbreak 2018 Update: Virus has Killed 26 People in Recent, Deadly Congo Epidemic
In 2014-2016, Ebola killed more than 11,000 people.

Newsweek
May 20, 2018

Jim Carrey Paints Unflattering Portrait Of Kent State Student Who Posed With AR-10 in Graduation Photo
The depicted student was clearly not fond of the artwork.

Newsweek
May 20, 2018

Principal Apologizes To Black Students Over 'Party Like It's 1776' Prom Theme
The Cherry Hill High School East principal apologized to African-American students for a "party like it's 1776" senior prom ticket after complaints that the Revolutionary War era was a time of slavery.

Newsweek
May 20, 2018

Daughter Was Murdered by Santa Fe High School Killer After Rejecting His 'Aggressive' Advances, Claims Mother
"He kept making advances on her and she repeatedly told him no," said the mother of shooting victim Shana Fisher.

Newsweek
May 20, 2018

Even the Youngest of Us Need to Learn to Battle Stress
Kids might not have the same stresses as adults, but they can still benefit from meditative techniques.

Newsweek
May 20, 2018

What is K2? Substance Hospitalizes 25 On One New York Street Corner
K2 has been linked to extreme side effects and even death.

Newsweek
May 20, 2018

The Science of Solo: A Star Wars Story
Solo: A Star Wars Story looks follows the adventures of a young Han Solo.

Newsweek
May 20, 2018

Roger Stone Thinks Trump Might not Run for Re-election in 2020 and Could Instead Head for Golf Course
"I could see him saying, ‘You know what? I don't need this anymore. I made America great again," said Stone.

Newsweek
May 20, 2018

"Shame on You, Jared Kushner": Former Classmates Slam Trump's Son-In-Law and Advisor
"Shame on you, Jared Kushner," one comment reads.

Newsweek
May 20, 2018

Who is Stefan Halper? U.S. Cambridge Professor Named as FBI's Russia Probe Secret Source
The politics professor has been dragged into President Trump's battle with the FBI.

Newsweek
May 19, 2018

Cuba Plane Crash Update: 20 Priests Listed As Victims In Fiery Boeing 737 Crash
Investigators are still in the process of identifying other victims and notifying next of kin.

Newsweek
May 19, 2018

Gay Couple Forced Out of Lyft Ride After Driver Saw Them Kissing: Report
The incident is the latest discrimination controversy to engulf ridesharing platforms.

Newsweek
May 19, 2018

Report: Trump Jr. Also Met Saudi Arabia, UAE Emissary For Campaign Help, Not Just Russia
The meeting stands as the second instance of the president's eldest son working with foreigners to help win the 2016 election.

Newsweek
May 19, 2018

Students Arrested For Protesting At Paul Ryan's Office Following Santa Fe High School Shooting in Texas
"Putting your body on the line is a small price to pay to make sure that others don't have to die," said one student.

Newsweek
May 19, 2018

'Fahrenheit 451' Book Vs. Movie: How Different is HBO's Adaption From Ray Bradbury's Original Novel
One thing's for certain, Montag is just as categorically emo in the movie as he is in the book.

Newsweek
May 19, 2018

Best Buy GCU Program Ending, Amazon Game Deals Also Struggling
Best Buy Gamers Club Unlocked appears to be on its way out, according to a leaked memo.

Newsweek
May 19, 2018

'Saturday Night Live' Season 43 With Tina Fey: Everything to Know Before Show Airs
Nicki Minaj will perform on the sketch comedy show.

Newsweek
May 19, 2018

Donald Trump Mocked by Porn Industry Group For Not Knowing HIV, HPV Are Different
Bill Gates claimed the president was not privy to the differences between the viruses.

Newsweek
May 19, 2018

BBC, J.K. Rowling Troll President Donald Trump With Royal Wedding Crowd Photographs
Sean Spicer probably won't be playing defense on these tweets.

Newsweek
May 19, 2018

In Pictures: 2018 Cannes Film Festival
Held annually since 1946 in Cannes, France at the Palais des Festivals et des Congrès, the festival is headed by a different jury every year, consisting of cinema luminaries.

Newsweek
May 19, 2018

'It Wouldn't Be Surprising' If Trump Paid For Abortions, Fox Guest Says In Planned Parenthood Debate
A Fox guest made the remark while discussing a revived policy that could gut funding to the healthcare provider.

Newsweek
May 19, 2018

Melania Trump Health Update: First Lady Back From Hospital, White House Says
The first lady had an embolization procedure on one of her kidney's Monday.

Newsweek
May 19, 2018

China Lands Nuclear Bombers on Disputed South China Sea Islands In Warning to American Rivals
China's air force said the training was to prepare for the "battle for the South China Sea."

Newsweek
May 19, 2018

NFL Star J.J. Watt to Pay for Funerals of Santa Fe High School Mass Shooting Victims
Nine pupils and one teacher were killed by a gunman in the school's halls Friday/

Newsweek
May 19, 2018

‘Overwatch' Anniversary 2018 Skins Leaked: Bio Torb, Sherlock McCree and More
11 new skins have been leaked for "Overwatch's" Anniversary event.

Newsweek
May 19, 2018

‘Fortnite' Week 4 Challenges Leak - Search Ice Cream Truck & Trap Eliminations
"Fortnite" leaks have revealed the Week 4 Challenges early. Next week you'll need to search between Ice Cream Trucks and get Trap Eliminations.

Newsweek
May 19, 2018

Who Are the Mulroney Twins? Meghan Markle's Page Boy Steals the Show at Royal Wedding
One of the twins displayed an adorable wide smile at the royal wedding, which has since been turned into a viral meme.

Newsweek
May 19, 2018

Pictures of Prince George and Princess Charlotte At Royal Wedding
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's children witnessed history in attending their aunt and uncle's wedding.

Newsweek
May 19, 2018

NRA Has Trump By The P****, NYT Columnist Says After Santa Fe Shooting
The president's close affiliation with the gun rights group again faces scrutiny.

Newsweek
May 19, 2018

Who is the Royal Wedding Cellist? Sheku Kanneh-Mason Wows Congregation
The 19-year-old is a rising star on the British music scene.

Newsweek
May 19, 2018

Radiation from Cell Phones, Wifi Are Hurting the Birds and the Bees; 5G May Make It Worse
The technology interferes with the natural compass of some birds and insects.

Newsweek
May 19, 2018

Is Technology Keeping Us From Reality?
Is the ubiquity of the screens we use making it impossible to be mindful of our reality?

Newsweek
May 19, 2018

Top Democrat Warns GOP Unmasking FBI Informant to Derail Russia Probe May Be 'Illegal'
Republicans are reportedly determined to name an informant who fed information to Russia probe investigators.

Newsweek
May 19, 2018

‘Clash of Clans' Birthday Bash & Builder Games Coming - Everything We Know
"Clash of Clans" has two new events coming to honor the Builder Base. Here's everything we know about the Builder Games and Birthday Bash.

Newsweek
May 19, 2018

Bishop Michael Curry's Royal Wedding Speech References MLK and More
The bishop was invited by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to give an address at the couple's wedding.

Newsweek
May 19, 2018

In Pictures: Royal Wedding Photos of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry
The royal couple just can't get enough of each other.

Newsweek
May 19, 2018

Who is Clare Waight Keller? Meghan Markle's Wedding Dress Designed by Givenchy's Creative Director
Keller is the first female creative director for the French fashion house.

Newsweek
May 19, 2018

In Pictures: Prince William and Kate Middleton at the Royal Wedding
Prince William and Kate Middleton attended college together in 2001.

Newsweek
May 19, 2018

In Pictures: Royal Wedding Photos of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip
The queen wore canary yellow to Prince Wiliam's 2011 marriage to Kate Middleton.

Newsweek
May 19, 2018

Who is Lady Jane Fellowes? Princess Diana's Sister Has an Important Role in the Royal Wedding
All of Diana's siblings will be in attendance at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding.

Newsweek
May 19, 2018

Texas Lieutenant Governor Thinks Doors are to Blame for Santa Fe High School Mass Shooting
"We have to look at the design of our schools moving forward and retrofitting schools that are already built," Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick said.

Newsweek
May 19, 2018

Royal Wedding Celebrity Guest List: Who Celebrated Meghan Markle and Prince Harry?
More than 600 people were invited to St. George's Chapel in Windsor Castle.

Newsweek
May 19, 2018

Preakness Stakes 2018: Watch Live, Location, Time
The Preakness Stakes is set to happen on a rainy Saturday. Justify will race for the second jewel of the Triple Crown.

Newsweek
May 19, 2018

Is There Life on Mars? This Rover Wants to Find Out
The ExoMars Rover will drill more than six feet underground to search for organic material.

Newsweek
May 19, 2018

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Are Now the Duchess and Duke of Sussex
Prince Harry will be the first Duke of Sussex since 1843, and Meghan the first Duchess in history.

Newsweek
May 19, 2018

Shooter Opens Fire Outside George High School Graduation Only Hours After Santa Fe Killings
The shooting happened near Mount Zion High School at the Clayton County Performing Arts Center.

Newsweek
May 19, 2018

Who Is Doria Ragland? Meghan Markle's Mom Will Ride to Royal Wedding With Daughter
Ragland will accompany Markle in the car ride to Windsor Castle on the day of the royal wedding.

Newsweek
May 19, 2018

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Royal Wedding 2018: Live Updates
The eyes of the world turn to the U.K. as the world's most popular royal family welcomes American Meghan Markle into the fold.

Newsweek
May 18, 2018

How Did Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Meet? Find Out the True Story
Their marriage comes nearly two years after their first date.

Newsweek
May 18, 2018

Royal Wedding Live Stream in U.S: How to Watch, Time, Channel And More
Some networks are slated to broadcast the ceremony.

Newsweek
May 18, 2018

‘Fortnite' Streamer FaZe Tfue Banned From Twitch After Racial Slur
FaZe Tfue used a racial epithet during a "Fortnite" stream viewed by thousands of people.

Newsweek
May 18, 2018

Terry Crews Talks ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine' Season 5 Finale, Cancellation and Revival
"Brooklyn Nine-Nine" star Terry Crews opens up about the show's short-lived cancellation and looks ahead to making Season 6 on "a bigger and better network."

Newsweek
May 18, 2018

Terry Crews Talks ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine's Season 5 Finale, Cancellation and Revival
"Brooklyn Nine-Nine" star Terry Crews opens up about the show's short-lived cancellation and looks ahead to making Season 6 on "a bigger and better network."

Newsweek
May 18, 2018

Kidnappers Threatened to Murder Texas Teen in Text Messages to Mother
Houston Police said Zavion's case is an "ongoing investigation."

Newsweek
May 18, 2018

Who Is Meghan Markle's Maid-of-Honor? Why She Didn't Pick Jessica Mulroney
See who Prince Harry's fiancée chose to be in her bridal party.

Newsweek
May 18, 2018

Cliveden House Hotel: Here's Where Meghan Markle, Prince Harry Will Stay on Eve of Royal Wedding
Meghan Markle will spend the night before her royal wedding to Prince Harry at the Cliveden House Hotel with her mother, Doria Ragland. The pair arrived Friday evening.

Newsweek
May 18, 2018

'Dragon Ball FighterZ' Party Battle: How to Form Your Own Team and Fight
A new update for "Dragon Ball FighterZ" has rolled out and players can now participate in Party Battles. Here how they work.

Newsweek
May 18, 2018

Debunking Stress Myths—How Much Do We Actually Know?
We all know it's a killer, but many of us think we know more than we do.

Newsweek
May 18, 2018

California Senate Candidate Endorses Call to ‘Rid America of Traitorous Jews Like Dianne Feinstein'
An advertisement this week accused Senator Dianne Feinstein of "pretending to be American."

Newsweek
May 18, 2018

High School Tennis Team's 'Racist' Photo Shows White Students with Bags over Their Heads
The photo depicted the Telfair County High School tennis team on a school bus, reportedly after the team lost in the state tournament.

Newsweek
May 18, 2018

Jehovah's Witnesses in Russia Are Having Their Homes Raided, Even in Remote Towns
The raids were conducted by around 150 police officers, who nicknamed their operation "Judgement Day," sources told Newsweek.

Newsweek
May 18, 2018

Meghan Markle's Wedding Day 2018 Photos: England Prepares for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Royal Wedding
Before Prince Harry and Meghan Markle get married, the United Kingdom needs to get ready.

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