One company is out to prove the private sector can solve the world's ailments.
Donetsk, Ukraine - A pro-Russian rebel stands guard February 26 while Ukrainian prisoners of war are forced to search through the wreckage of Donetsk’s airport for weapons and bodies. The airport was one of the most heavily fought over pieces of territory before the rebels seized it in late January. Since then, they have pushed deeper into Ukraine despite a cease-fire. Since April of last year, the conflict has resulted in more than 6,000 deaths, with hundreds—civilian and military—in the past few weeks, according to the U.N.’s human rights office.Launch Slideshow 4 PHOTOS
The murder of Boris Nemtsov strikes at the heart of the opposition to Vladimir Putin
'Newsweek' spoke with the Russian opposition leader hours before he was gunned down in central Moscow.
The Consumer Financial Protection Board sued Corinthian Colleges, but students are still liable for federal loans.
Despite a series of child abuse scandals, Britain is still losing track of children in care, including hundreds under the age of one.
The makeshift caliphate says it’s targeting Rome. Should Italians have agita?
A Ph.D. student has developed a cream that targets cells, not pigments, to get rid of unwanted ink.
At this point, the technology industry might be better off without any patents.
The black market wildlife trade is growing—as is the stock at the Rocky Mountain Arsenal.
The FDA insists BPA is safe, despite all the science to the contrary.
The documentary "Merchants of Doubt" looks at folks who claimed cigarettes were safe and are now focused on climate change.
Tyler Harvey has a really, really hard time believing he’s the nations’ top scorer heading into March Madness.
Christgau chatted with Newsweek about the research process, today’s rock writing landscape and why people should stop being so prudish about the sex in his book.
The Fallon Fallacy: Jimmy cracks corn every night, racking up YouTube views and Facebook likes with his schtick, but the talk is cheap.