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Newsweek
Dec 10, 2017

Thirteenth Human Foot Discovered Near Salish Sea?, ?British Columbia
More than a dozen feet have been discovered in the area.

Newsweek
Dec 10, 2017

The Trump Family's Full-Employment Plan: A Job For Every Lawyer
Trump Jr.'s attorney-client privilege claim opens up countless jobs for American lawyers.

Newsweek
Dec 10, 2017

Africa: Devastating Report Reveals Widespread Slaughter of Giraffes and Elephants for Tails, Tusks and Meat
Wildlife trafficking continues to affect the elephants, giraffes, buffalo and antelope in Garamba.

Newsweek
Dec 10, 2017

Donald Trump and Trump Jr. Carry Out Father Son Attack On The Media
The pair lambasted erroneous reports over the weekend.

Newsweek
Dec 10, 2017

Texas State Trooper Calls Border Patrol On Passenger While His Five-Month-Old Daughter Sits In the Back, Video Shows
Texas Highway Patrol are getting immigrants deported for having tinted windows and other minor traffic stops.

Newsweek
Dec 10, 2017

Donald Trump Jr. Might Be Subpoenaed After Dodging Russia Questions In House Probe
Trump Jr. invoked 'attorney-client privilege' to avoid answering questions about a conversation with his father, a panel member said.

Newsweek
Dec 10, 2017

Robert Mueller And Company Should Be Locked Up, Fox News Host Jeanine Pirro Says
The outspoken TV host also has the president's ear.

Newsweek
Dec 10, 2017

North Korea Threat: Nuclear War May Be ‘A Tiny Tantrum Away' Nobel Peace Prize Winner Warns
Beatrice Fihn said people could choose to ditch nuclear weapons or life.

Newsweek
Dec 10, 2017

Alabama's Roy Moore to Sexual Assault Accusations, ‘I Never Molested Anyone, I Did Not Recognize Any Of These People'
He repeatedly denied the allegations in a sit-down interview with a local Alabama television show on Sunday.

Newsweek
Dec 10, 2017

Who Is Doug Jones? Meet the Civil Rights Activist Trying to Beat Roy Moore and Trump in Alabama
Doug Jones hopes to become the first Democrat to win an Alabama Senate seat in 25 years, but he faces an uphill battle.

Newsweek
Dec 10, 2017

Did The Pope Just Smack Down Trump? Pontiff Throws Subtle Shade On Twitter
The Pontiff and the president do not see eye-to-eye on a number of issues.

Newsweek
Dec 10, 2017

Trump Loves Showing Off The White House Bathrooms
The president especially enjoys letting people peek inside the toilet near the Oval Office.

Newsweek
Dec 10, 2017

Pope Francis Prays For World Without Nuclear Weapons Amid Trump And Kim Tensions
The Pope said 'working with determination to build a world without nuclear arms' would help protect the weakest and most disadvantaged citizens of the world.'

Newsweek
Dec 10, 2017

Russia Probe: Bannon Warns Trump He Is Getting 'Happy Talk' From Lawyers And He Should Be More Aggressive
Trump and some of his aides reportedly believe the probe is coming to a close.

Newsweek
Dec 10, 2017

Donald Trump's Sexual Misconduct Accusers Have The Right To Be Heard, U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley Says
Any women who felt violated should be heard, Haley said.

Newsweek
Dec 10, 2017

Who Is Todd Kohlhepp? Convicted Serial Killer Says There's More Dead That Haven't Been Discovered
Kohlhepp pleaded guilty to seven counts of murder in May.

Newsweek
Dec 10, 2017

Three Arrested After Masked Youths Launch Firebomb Attack on Swedish Synagogue
Children were forced to take refuge in a synagogue basement as attackers attempted to torch the building.

Newsweek
Dec 10, 2017

Kim Jong Un Celebrates Missile Launch By Visiting A Sacred Volcano Where His Father Was Supposedly Born
According to the Korean Central News Agency, a state-run media organ, Kim's visit to Mount Paektu gave him a moment to reflect on the 'emotion-charged days when he realized the great historic cause of completing the state nuclear force without yielding even a moment.'

Newsweek
Dec 10, 2017

Cold War: Can a New President in Cuba Win Over Trump and End the Castro Era?
The chances Cuban President Raul Castro''s apparent successor Vice President Miguel Diaz-Canel will thaw President Donald Trump''s modern day Cold War with the Communist-ruled country are slim, analysts say.

Newsweek
Dec 10, 2017

Security Guard Stabbed in First Terror Attack Since Trump Jerusalem Decision
A security guard is in critical condition and a 24-year-old Palestinian man in custody following the incident.

Newsweek
Dec 10, 2017

The Trump Curse? Fox News Connects Lindsey Vonn's Insults Of The President To Olympic Skier's Back Injury
Vonn''s anti-Trump comments turned her into an immediate target for right-wing media.

Newsweek
Dec 10, 2017

Trump Should Worry About U.S. Unskilled Labor And Stop Blaming Mexico for Job Losses, Official Says
Trump''s idea that the U.S. does not benefit from trade is not based on reality, Mexico's Secretary of Tourism Enrique de la Madrid Cordero told Newsweek.

Newsweek
Dec 10, 2017

Super Putin: Exhibition Depicting Trump's Favourite Russian as Superhero Opens in Moscow
Putin is depicted as a musclebound superman and sporting champion in a new Moscow exhibition.

Newsweek
Dec 10, 2017

North Korea Nuclear Threat: Is the U.S. Preparing For War? More Drills Expected This Week
The practice sessions come after North Korea slammed Trump as a 'mentally deranged dotard' on Saturday.

Newsweek
Dec 10, 2017

Trump Watches CNN and 'Morning Joe' To 'Get Fired Up,' Report Says
'He sometimes 'hate-watches' CNN to get worked up, especially Don Lemon.'

Newsweek
Dec 10, 2017

Alabama GOP Senator Slams Roy Moore, My State 'Deserves Better'
He wrote-in his vote for a different Republican, but did not say which one.

Newsweek
Dec 10, 2017

U.S. Travelers Are Safe in Mexico, Tourism Official Says, Despite State Department Reports
Mexico tops the list of U.S. tourist deaths caused by homicide in 2016, but Secretary of Tourism Enrique de la Madrid Cordero stresses American travelers are safe.

Newsweek
Dec 10, 2017

Alabama Has The Worst Poverty In The Developed World, U.N. Official Says
'I think it's very uncommon in the First World. This is not a sight that one normally sees. I'd have to say that I haven't seen this.'

Newsweek
Dec 10, 2017

This Extremely Common Drug Given to Alcoholics Also Kills Cancer Cells, and We Finally Know Why
Scientists have finally figured out why the common alcoholism medication benefits cancer patients.

Newsweek
Dec 10, 2017

California Wildfires: Governor Slams Trump For Paris Climate Agreement Pullout, Warns Blazes Might Be 'New Normal'
He said Trump has a 'reckless disregard for the truth.'

Newsweek
Dec 10, 2017

North Korea Nuclear Test May Have Moved The Earth's Crust With Aftershocks, Study Finds
The test from early September was the likely cause of two tremors detected Saturday near the North Korean nuclear testing site Punggye-ri.

Newsweek
Dec 10, 2017

Learn to Say Astronomy, Constellation, Solar Eclipse, and More in Sign Languages
'Imagine fingerspelling out 'electromagnetic spectrum.''

Newsweek
Dec 10, 2017

Thousands of Israelis Protest in Tel Aviv As Corruption Allegations Levelled at Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu
Police estimate that as many as 10,000 took part in the demonstration—the second against the prime minister in as many weeks.

Newsweek
Dec 10, 2017

Winter Meal Prep: Can Crock Pots Give You Lead Poisoning?
No, you don't have to give up this kitchen must-have.

Newsweek
Dec 10, 2017

Clashes Outside U.S. Embassy in Beirut as Demonstrators Protest Against Trump Jerusalem Decision
Police fired tear gas at the crowd after protesters attempted to break down a metal gate blocking access to the embassy compound.

Newsweek
Dec 10, 2017

Climate Change Might Make Chocolate Taste Better, Which Gives Us Mixed Feelings
Researchers examined various cocoa bean plants from Bolivia.

Newsweek
Dec 10, 2017

Best 'Star Wars' Movie Ever? 'The Last Jedi' First Reactions Praise Mark Hamill in 'Emotional' and 'Unexpected' Sequel
Early audiences are raving about Mark Hamill's performance as Luke Skywalker.

Newsweek
Dec 10, 2017

Reporter Apologizes For Sharing Misleading Trump Rally Photos — President Still Wants Him Sacked
'It was a bad tweet on my personal account, not a story for Washington Post. I deleted it after like 20 minutes. Very fair to call me out,: wrote Weigl after his error was pointed out.

Newsweek
Dec 10, 2017

Ancient Egypt: Two Mysterious 3,500-Year-Old Tombs Reveal Mummy and Vast Treasures in New Excavation
'Our ancient Egyptian ancestors are bestowing their blessing.'

Newsweek
Dec 09, 2017

Trump To Record Robocall for Alabama's Roy Moore
President Donald Trump will record a robocall for Alabama GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore.

Newsweek
Dec 09, 2017

North Korea Blasts ‘Dotard' Trump For 'Wicked' Jerusalem Decision
North Korea expressed 'firm support and solidarity for Palestinians and Arab peoples struggling to win their legitimate rights.'

Newsweek
Dec 09, 2017

Watch: Fireball Shooting Across The Sky Captured By Police Dashcam
It was seen across 13 different states.

Newsweek
Dec 09, 2017

Guns Are Causing 'Crisis' in the Second Most Dangerous City in America, St. Louis Mayor Says
St. Louis is 'at a crisis level,' Mayor Lyda Krewson said.

Newsweek
Dec 09, 2017

Portrait of Hillary Clinton Set Off Security Dogs At A Florida Art Exhibit
A painting of Hillary Clinton set off security dogs at the Art Miami exhibit in Miami, Florida.

Newsweek
Dec 09, 2017

Trump Thinks Bernie Sanders Will Run Against Him ‘In A Wheelchair' In 2020
Trump, the oldest president to be inaugurated in the U.S., is only five years younger than Sanders.

Newsweek
Dec 09, 2017

Cheaper Generic Version of Viagra Will Be Available Soon
It'll be available starting Monday.

Newsweek
Dec 09, 2017

Diversity Is Not America's Strength, Republican Congressman Steve King Says
Congressman Steve King tweeted on Friday that America's strength has nothing to do with diversity.

Newsweek
Dec 09, 2017

Russia Probe Is Far From Over As Mueller Seizes Thousands Of ‘Hot' Documents From Manafort
Investigators have obtained 15 search or seizure warrants.

Newsweek
Dec 09, 2017

Physics Breakthrough: New Form of Matter, Excitonium, Finally Proved to Exist After 50-Year Search
Excitonium is such uncharted territory that scientists don''t yet know what its properties are.

Newsweek
Dec 09, 2017

Clash Royale Sets Its Sights On Esports Glory
The Clash Royale Crown Championship World Finals were an important first step for Supercell's mobile esports ambitions, but weren't free of a few stumbles.

Newsweek
Dec 09, 2017

President Donald Trump Watches At Least Four Hours of TV a Day, Associates Say
He typically starts his day with CNN at 5:30 a.m., according to The Times, tunes into 'Fox and Friends,' of course, and sometimes watches 'Morning Joe.'

Newsweek
Dec 09, 2017

Trump Impeachment Process is Just Getting Started, Says Texas Democrat Who Forced First Vote
Al Green says he will not 'give up' in his efforts to help impeach President Donald Trump.

Newsweek
Dec 09, 2017

Is It Possible To Have Sex With A Ghost? British Woman Does It—And Is Loving It
A woman in England has said she has sexual intercourse with over 20 ghosts, but is that even possible?

Newsweek
Dec 09, 2017

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo's Office Defends Hiring Practices Amid FBI Probe
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo's office dismisses FBI probe.

Newsweek
Dec 09, 2017

Police Officer Broke a Shopper's Leg for Stealing a Tomato, Realized He Was Wrong, and Filed a False Report
As Carnegay lay bleeding on the floor of the Walmart, King searched him and found the receipt for the tomato he thought was stolen.

Newsweek
Dec 09, 2017

Ivanka Trump's ‘Special Place In Hell' For Child Predators Comment Trolls Roy Moore Rally
The truck blasted audio of Ivanka Trump''s comment on a loudspeaker for hours.

Newsweek
Dec 09, 2017

Bizarre Antarctic Bacteria That Live on Air Alone Could Show Exactly How Alien Life Works
The discovery opens up the tantalizing possibility that on other planets, life forms that need only atmospheric gas to survive exist, too.

Newsweek
Dec 09, 2017

‘Saturday Night Live' Season 43 with James Franco: Everything You Need to Know Before Show Airs
SZA will hit the 'SNL' stage with tracks from her Grammy-nominated album 'CTRL.'

Newsweek
Dec 09, 2017

Boycott Breitbart: Seth Rogen is Refusing to Appear on Sirius XM, Which He Accuses of 'Supporting' Steve Bannon
In a tweet Friday, Rogen said he won''t 'appear on the same service that has decided to support Steve Bannon.'

Newsweek
Dec 09, 2017

NASA Photos Show California Wildfires From More Than 200 Miles Above Earth
The smoke-filled images were taken from the International Space Station.

Newsweek
Dec 09, 2017

Medical Nightmare: Woman Contracted Pancreatic Cancer From Transplanted Organ, Lawsuit Claims
So is it possible to get cancer from a donated organ? The answer seems to be yes.

Newsweek
Dec 09, 2017

Gloating Trump Renews Attacks on 'Fake News' After CNN Corrects Russia Probe Story
Trump accused CNN of making a 'vicious and intentional mistake' after the network issued a correction for a report.

Newsweek
Dec 09, 2017

Hundreds of Pounds of Dunkin' Donuts Coffee Part of Bribery Charges for Massachusetts State Senator
This senator's extensive list of alleged bribes includes quite a lot of Dunkin' Donuts coffee.

Newsweek
Dec 09, 2017

Snowstorm Benji: How Many Inches of Snow Will Fall?
Parts of the Northeast will see 6 inches.

Newsweek
Dec 09, 2017

Legal Pot: Canada Will Sell Marijuana in Liquor Stores
Nova Scotia's sole alcohol distributor will sell the drug in its stores and online, as a few other provinces are doing.

Newsweek
Dec 09, 2017

'Making a Murderer' Miscarriage of Justice? Brendan Dassey Conviction Upheld at Appeals Court, Despite Considerable Doubt
A Wisconsin judge previously overruled the conviction because Dassey had been coerced into confessing.

Newsweek
Dec 09, 2017

Will There Be a White Christmas? This Map Tracks Where Snow Is Likely to Fall On December 25
This map will tell you what your chances are.

Newsweek
Dec 09, 2017

Twitter Users Trying to Ban ‘Dangerous Conspiracy Theorist' Mike Cernovich, Who They Accuse of ‘Weaponizing' Social Media
A petition highlights harassment campaigns allegedly initiated by Cernovich, as well as things he had written in the past about women.

Newsweek
Dec 09, 2017

Immigrant Youth to Congress: You Have Two Weeks to Pass the Dream Act
If Congress doesn''t pass the Dream Act, nearly 14,000 more young immigrants will lose their protections from deportation.

Newsweek
Dec 09, 2017

Ivanka Trump Touts Low Latino Unemployment Rate As Deportation Arrests Soar
'We are just getting started!' Ivanka Trump tweeted.

Newsweek
Dec 09, 2017

Roy Moore And Trump Are Not Facing A 'Lynch Mob,' Despite What White Politicians Say
Politicians and political figureheads like to say that their critics constitute a 'lynch mob.' Those politicians could use a history lesson.

Newsweek
Dec 09, 2017

Technology You Can Wear: New Stretchy Bio-Battery Could Be Powered by Your Sweaty Gym Socks
This futuristic fabric bio-battery is now in the works.

Newsweek
Dec 09, 2017

Bryan Singer's Teenage Ex-Boyfriend Claims 'X-Men' Director Plied Him with Drugs, Hosted 10-Man Gay Orgies
Bret Tyler Skopek is speaking out after Singer was sued for alleged rape in 2003.

Newsweek
Dec 09, 2017

Bryan Singer's Teenage Ex-Boyfriend Claims 'X-Men' Director Plied Him with Drugs, Hosted 10-Men Orgies
Bret Tyler Skopek is speaking out after Singer was sued for alleged rape in 2003.

Newsweek
Dec 09, 2017

BMW Is Designing Bike Lanes for City Skies With Roofs and a Pleasant Atmosphere
This isn't the first time a government has tried to make a bike project like this happen.

Newsweek
Dec 09, 2017

Donald Trump Jr.'s Twitter Is Just As Bad As His Father's
The president's eldest child has the same Twitter habits as his dad.

Newsweek
Dec 09, 2017

Trump Jerusalem Fallout: Two Dead After Israeli Rocket Strike on Gaza
The Israeli army said it was responding to three rockets fired from the enclave towards Israeli towns Friday.

Newsweek
Dec 09, 2017

Iraqi Prime Minister Declares 'End of War' Against ISIS
In a separate statement, the Iraqi military declared the country 'totally liberated' from ISIS.

Newsweek
Dec 09, 2017

Ancient and Enormous South American Rock Art Mapped for First Time Reveals Mysterious 100-Foot-Long Snake
'The thing that surprised us the most was the sheer size of some of the engravings.'

Newsweek
Dec 09, 2017

Trump's Approval Rating Shows Plummeting Popularity Among White Voters, Just Like Obama at End of His Term
The Republican appears to be losing the base that put him in the White House.

Newsweek
Dec 09, 2017

Despoiling Our National Parks Betrays Our Democracy
Trump''s decision to commercialize two vast tracts of wild land in Utah runs counter to American values.

Newsweek
Dec 09, 2017

Trump Backs Moore at Florida Rally, Questions Sexual Abuse Allegation
Trump called on Alabama voters to back Moore, who has been accused of sexually assaulting teenagers.

Newsweek
Dec 09, 2017

Roy Moore Quotes Reveal His Extreme Stances on the Bible, Putin and Homosexuality
'There is no such thing as evolution.'

Newsweek
Dec 09, 2017

Is Donald Trump Ending American Democracy?
An author who studies authoritarian regimes says Trump is mirroring the tactics of despots throughout history.

Newsweek
Dec 08, 2017

President Trump Tried to Kiss Another Woman Around The Time He Married Melania
'He said goodbye to me in an elevator while his security guy was there, rather than kiss me on the cheek he leaned in to kiss me on the lips,' former Fox News anchor Juliet Huddy said.

Newsweek
Dec 08, 2017

Man Cements Head in Microwave and Nearly Dies Because That's Not What Kitchen Appliances Are For
Please, please, please, don't try this at home.

Newsweek
Dec 08, 2017

Here Is the Happiest Christmas Song You Will Ever Hear
Move over Mariah, back off Buble, this might just be the 'happiest' Christmas song of all.

Newsweek
Dec 08, 2017

Dina Powell Is Leaving. Is Trump's National Security Team Falling Apart?
One of the key 'adults in the room' is leaving, and it could shake up Trump's foreign policy.

Newsweek
Dec 08, 2017

Trump Pensacola Rally Live Stream: President Campaigns Near Roy Moore's Home State of Alabama
Trump will hold a rally that will take place just 25 miles from the border of Alabama, where Roy Moore is running his campaign for Senate.

Newsweek
Dec 08, 2017

K-9 Ignores Commands and Viciously Attacks Woman Taking Out Her Trash, Body Camera Video Shows
An officer told attack victim Desiree Collins she was 'just at the wrong place at the wrong time, ma''am.'

Newsweek
Dec 08, 2017

How Donald Trump Ruined the Opening of the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum for Actual Civil Rights Leaders
And what the president can nevertheless learn from the museum.

Newsweek
Dec 08, 2017

'Big Little Lies' Gets Season 2, Despite Director Jean-Marc Vallée Once Saying It Never Would
'There is no way; there''s no reason to make a season 2.'

Newsweek
Dec 08, 2017

The Real-Life Strip Club From 'The Sopranos' Is Being Closed Because Of Actual Mob Ties
The real-life strip club made world famous in HBO's fictional 'The Sopranos' television series has been ordered to shut down because of its real-life mob ties. 

Newsweek
Dec 08, 2017

The Real-Life Strip Club From ‘The Sopranos' Is Being Closed Because of Actual Mob Ties
The real-life strip club made world famous in HBO''s fictional 'The Sopranos' television series has been ordered to shut down because of its real-life mob ties. 

Newsweek
Dec 08, 2017

Roy Moore Signed Yearbook of Woman He Allegedly Sexually Assaulted as a Teen, Document Expert Says
'The signature and handwritten notation...were prepared by Roy Moore.'

Newsweek
Dec 08, 2017

Who is Kathryn Rossetter? Actress Alleges Dustin Hoffman Sexually Harassed Her in 1985
Actress Kathryn Rossetter describes a 'horrific, demoralizing and abusive experience' of being subject to Hoffman's abusive behavior.

Newsweek
Dec 08, 2017

Donald Trump Touts Approval Ratings Poll That Shows Most Americans Dislike Him
A Morning Consult/Politico poll out Thursday showed that 45 percent of people said they thought he''s doing a good job.

Newsweek
Dec 08, 2017

Will Roy Moore Win Because of Gloria Allred? Conservatives Say Lawyer Handed Victory to Alabama Senate Candidate
The election is on December 12.

Newsweek
Dec 08, 2017

Australia: Prehistoric Marsupial Lion Wakaleo Schouteni Ambushed Prey From Treetops With Blade-like Teeth
This fossil helps us understand how marsupial lions evolved.

Newsweek
Dec 08, 2017

Donald Trump Jr. Called Russian Interference 'Disgusting' And 'So Phony' While Allegedly Colluding
Trump Jr. received an email offering a decryption key and website address for hacked WikiLeaks documents.

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