Why nutrition is playing more of a role in treatment—and prevention—of the disease.
The World War I killing grounds offers a timely place for reflection on the 100th anniversary of America’s entry into the war.
Berry was one of the early innovators of rock 'n' roll with songs such as 'Johnny B. Goode,' 'Maybellene' and more.
Detoxifying cleanses have gained popularity and even celebrity converts, but are they really all that miraculous?
Musicians from the Muslim-majority nations in Trump's original executive order combat bigotry and xenophobia on stage.
'I Called Him Morgan' details the short career of the hard bop trumpeter who was gunned down at only 33 in 1972.
Delivering seizure-triggering images to epileptics through Twitter is a crime. But most of us, even the Twitter trolls, don't know why such flashes of light affect the brain.
High culture has never appealed to President Donald Trump, who once threw his coat over a Donald Judd floor piece.
Titanic wreckage is protected under UNESCO law.
A new study confirms what psychologist Stanley Milgram showed more than 50 years ago: the disturbing extent to which people will obey orders even when those orders cause pain in others.
An analytics specialist created a 'gloom index' to find out.
Donald Trump's lawyer on Wednesday demanded an apology from Snoop Dogg for a video that features the rapper aiming a toy gun at the president.
Essayist's new volume collects slivers of stories from America's past: a trip across the South in 1970 and the Patty Hearst trial.
Rejecting the use of marijuana to fight the U.S. opioid epidemic, Sessions suggested stronger criminal enforcement, treatment options and prevention methods.
The former Doobie Brothers and Steely Dan singer/keyboardist discusses the Last Waltz 40 Tour and offers a heated view of the state of the union.
Visual artist Julian Opie hopes to be part of a powerful market with a growing interest in Western artists.
The ketchup-maker has brought to life fictional ads Draper pitched in “Mad Men,” but not those of his protégé.
What should viewers expect? ISIS, O.J. Simpson and the thing that "kills more black people than anything."
"We can't restore our civilization with somebody else's babies," the Iowa congressman tweeted on Sunday. It wasn't the first time he's advocated for cultural purity.
By 19, Marin Minamiya had quietly scaled two Himalayan mountains. Now she's skiing the North Pole.
In many cases, TV movies led the way for queer representation in popular culture, taking the chances the film industry often wasn’t willing to take.
The video for “Lavender” also rails against police brutality.
Newsweek staffers dish out their best advice for making the most out of a snowy situation.
Amy Krouse Rosenthal recently penned a dating profile essay for her husband, in anticipation of her death.
Snow is coming. Stay inside and catch season two of “Love,” season three of “American Crime,” “Marvel’s Iron Fist” or the film “Burning Sands.”
Listening to the new Dirty Projectors album feels a little like eavesdropping on a therapy session.
“Come From Away” takes you to a place where you didn’t know you wanted to go, and makes you not want to leave.
The former vice president discussed the future of cancer research at South by Southwest.
“This bill seems almost universally hated in Washington," says Oliver. "It is truly the Ted Cruz of health care legislation.”
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