For Kremlin critics, the much-vaunted anti-corruption campaign is a sham aimed at boosting Vladimir Putin’s image ahead of Russia's presidential election.
Volcanic ash, often a waste material, could change how we build our cities.
This is the first of two parts of a major study evaluating the potential health effects of BPA. The final conclusions won't be available until 2019.
Creators Ben Sinclair and Katja Blichfeld use pot to tell some of TV's most memorable stories.
Suspect Anthony Crawford accused of stabbing 35-year-old while she ran through Washington neighborhood.
This "exceptionally bright gem is always spectacular to see,” an astronomer told Newsweek.
A sentencing hearing was scheduled for October 4.
Girls were found to be better at reading and writing from as early as fourth grade.
Dang Thi Ngoc becomes Vietnam's first female president, until the National Assembly appoints a new leader next month.
Newsweek has looked through the archives to see how sports had changed in the four and a half decades since Billie Jean King took on Bobby Riggs.
In her new book, "These Truths," Lepore illuminates the direct line between the country’s polarized past and divided present.
The new poll contrasted with one from a day earlier that showed Ted Cruz with a nine-point lead.