As the demand for energy rises, miniaturized nuclear power plants could be a climate-friendly new source. But some critics aren't so sure
If armed violence erupts in 2024, the fate of the nation might well be decided by a simple fact: a big subset of the Republican Party has been systemically arming itself for this very reason.
Delta has shown how destructive new strains of COVID can get. Scientists fear future mutations of the virus could be even worse: "Delta on steroids."
The 39-year-old star's new media venture, A Starting Point, is bringing politicians directly to the most engaged young cohort in modern American history.
Evans and Kassen talked exclusively with Newsweek about "A Starting Point" and the need to get young people interested in politics and issues.
Could Cheney, along with other prominent Republicans on the outs with the party because they have withheld fealty to the former president, mount their next election bids as independents—or even form a third party?
A failing healthcare system has long left Americans sick and unprotected. This may be the moment to cure what ails it.
The coronavirus could mutate into a variant that renders current vaccines weakened or obsolete—before the rollout reaches the 150 million or so people needed to achieve herd immunity. Is it already too late?
Facebook is investing heavily in Virtual Reality technology with the goal of increasing user engagement. But some people are worried it will raise the stakes in the social-media company's surveillance of users.
Chaos over mail-in ballots and distrust of the results could trigger an existential crisis for American democracy.
Silicon Valley wants to do for medicine what it's done for retail, finance and other sectors of modern life. Here's what that digital revolution could mean for you.
Precision medicine is changing how cancer is diagnosed.
Medical researchers have known for decades that the pipeline for new drugs to stave off bacterial infections would one day run dry. That day is now at hand.
Antibiotics have saved countless lives over the years, but as deadly bacteria grow immune, those miracle drugs stop working.
Autonomous cars will remake your world - mostly for the good, and sooner than you think.