A search is underway for Gabby Petito's boyfriend after a body that police believe is hers was found at Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming. Follow Newsweek's liveblog for all the latest.
Russia's embassy in the U.S. rejected the State Department's criticism of its parliamentary elections that took place over the weekend.
Border patrol agents also recently discovered a hotel room in Edinburg, Texas, that was being used to harbor undocumented migrants.
No effective vaccines or medical treatments were available during the 1918 flu pandemic.
Mike Richards exited his role as "Jeopardy!" host just nine days after he was announced as Alex Trebek's permanent successor.
Newsweek has partnered with Statista to rank the country's Best Physical Rehabilitation Centers.
A State Department spokesperson referred to the Turkestan Islamic Party as "Uyghur terrorists," but would not comment on whether the U.S. would designate it a terrorist organization.
The new variant's additional mutations could give it an advantage in transmission, replication and immune suppression.
"We're hopeful that we can get something sorted today and get the production up and running in the next few days," British Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng said.
Prince Harry has told how he misses Prince Philip "more for my grandmother" Queen Elizabeth II—and described them as "the most adorable couple."
Lauren Cho's disappearance bears some similarities to 22-year-old Gabby Petito, who was reported missing on September 11.
The Fox anchor criticized Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin for mandating U.S. military personnel be vaccinated.
The company's chief scientific officer said a second shot increases protection against the virus and extends the duration of protection.
"He seemed disappointed and he told me in a frustrated tone that 'I have nothing to say,'" his lawyer said. "His words showed that he is not feeling well."
California is currently battling several large active wildfires, including the Dixie Fire, which has burned over 960,000 acres.
Explosions in Jalalabad over the weekend killed 8, some of them Taliban. Reports said there were more Taliban casualties after 3 more explosions on Monday.
Elder says there's more than a single headline in the Los Angeles Times to support his claim of media bias in the gubernatorial recall election.
The company said Indonesia's intelligence agency and nine other government agencies were compromised in the hack by "Mustang Panda."
Bryan Scarlatos said he has "strong reason to believe" more indictments are coming while arguing for more time to review evidence submitted by prosecutors.
Ongoing modernization, internationalization and diversification from oil have laid the foundations for economic resilience and a vibrant society. Discover why Saudi Arabia is looking to the future with optimism.
Newsweek, in partnership with the Leapfrog Group, presents our second annual review of the best infection prevention products, highlighting companies whose products are most promising for helping patients and the healthcare workforce.
In-depth Stories You Don't See Elsewhere About Topics You Want to Read!
All Access + Weekly Delivery.
Choose A Membership That's Perfect for You!
Best of Newsweek via email
Daily news headlines & detailed briefings enjoyed by half a million readers.