Russia’s top business leaders saw their fortunes fall precipitously.
Eliot Higgins, the man behind Bellingcat, talks to Newsweek about Syria, chemical weapons and Russian disinformation.
"There definitely are people out there that care about cats with cancer.”
“I have a lot of complicated feelings about this photo,” said Kelly of his image.
Computer simulations will help scientists better understand the smallest and densest known stars.
Researchers studied almost 131,000 people in London.
Germany’s lofty goal of switching to renewable energy gets a gritty reality check.
How the grass-roots movement sparked a national conversation.
Researchers investigated why wasps are seen in such a negative light.
Mark Judge, a former classmate of the Supreme Court nominee, faces scrutiny after he was said to be present during Kavanaugh's alleged sexual assault in the 1980s.
The Trump administration has announced plans to limit numbers to 30,000 next year.
A United Nations senior adviser accused of a long trail of sexual misconduct against younger male subordinates was fired after almost 15 months of investigation by U.N. officials.