Testosterone-fueled Buck Gores Georgia Man Trying to Scare It With Broom
The man spent eight hours in the ER and needed multiple stitches after the attack.
Death Valley 1,000-Year Floods Seen From Space in Before and After Images
The hottest place on Earth saw almost a year's worth of rainfall in just three hours.
Man Delighted after Leukemia Treatment Turned His Gray Hair Back to Brown
An unusual side effect of the cancer drug nilotinib has been revealed in a medical case report.
The Arctic Lakes Where Methane Makes Water Roar in a Violent Rolling Boil
"We are standing at the threshold," Katey Walter Anthony, who has spent her career understanding methane emissions, told Newsweek.
Roe v. Wade—Will Women Really Be Jailed for Abortion?
There is little public appetite for severe punishments, but the women who will be worst affected will be the poorest in society, law experts tell Newsweek.
Yellowstone Volcano Area Hit by Biggest Earthquake for 5 Years
The magnitude 4.2 earthquake hit about 20 miles from the north-east entrance to Yellowstone National Park.
Arctic Hotspots From Siberia Wildfires Seen From Space as Russia Burns
The thermal anomalies showing huge heat sources were captured by NASA's Aqua satellite.
Horrific Footage of Russia Wildfires Shows Siberia Graveyard Burning
The wildfires burning across eastern Russia have killed around 20 people so far.
Pig Used in Human Heart Transplant Had Virus, Patient 'Looked Infected'
Experts say the virus may have contributed to the death of David Bennett Sr., who died two months after the groundbreaking surgery in Maryland.
Female Sterilization Searches Shoot Up in the U.S.
Newsweek looked at Google search data for female sterilization methods after Politico reported that Roe v. Wade could be overturned.
Skinwalker Ranch: The UFO Hotspot in Utah That Has Men Obsessed
With newly released Pentagon reports and a government task force dedicated to their study, UFOs are going mainstream.
Peering Into the Deadliest, Most Destructive Tornadoes with Supercomputers
Leigh Orf, who creates simulations of storms, became interested in tornadoes as a child after an F4 came very close to his home.
Monstrous Paddlefish as Heavy as a Baby Rhino Breaks Tennessee Record
The behemoth fish weighed in at 120 pounds—over 10 pounds more than the previous record-holder.
Cannibal Fish with Fangs Washes up on California Beach
The mystery fish was identified as a lancetfish, a species that is of huge interest to scientists.
Lightning Strikes Car During Iowa Tornado as Storms Pummel America
Scientist William Bunting told Newsweek that this year's tornado season is currently "well above average," with the peak yet to come.
Italian in Shanghai Quarantine Shows Bleak Reality of Having COVID in China
Alessandro Pavanello was collected by authorities on April 9 after testing positive for the virus.
Diver Gets Mouth Cleaned by Fish in Deep, Deadly Blue Hole
Dominik Černý was just outside a submarine sinkhole that is thought to have the most diver fatalities in the world, with over 100 deaths in the last two decades.
Pet Capuchin Monkey Coco Chanel Stolen from Minnesota Car Parked at Store
Coco's owner Zaurice Steward told Fox9 she feels like she failed as a parent and that she knows the monkey will be "terrified."
Fishermen Catch Big Shark Being Eaten by Huge Mystery Sea Creature
Fisherman Sammy Hitzke told Newsweek the shark was alive when his men hooked it off the coast of Australia.
Fungi Appear to Talk in a Language Similar to Humans
There were differences in terms of language complexity between species, with ghost fungi and split gill fungi having a larger lexicon.
Toothy Anglerfish Filmed at Bottom of Ocean, Over 3,000 Feet from Surface
The footage was taken by Nautilus Live as part of an expedition to the protected Kingman Reef National Wildlife Refuge.
Watch As Snake Pulled Out of Toilet at Office
A snake catcher was left with the unenviable task of sticking his hand in a toilet bowl to extract a green tree snake that is thought to have followed a frog into the bathroom.
Rare Venomous 'Blue Dragon' Sea Slug Found on Texas Beach
Erick Yanta told Newsweek he was very glad he did not touch it when he realized the species was able to store venom from the Portuguese man o' war.
Forest Full of Mysterious, Prehistoric Giant Jars Discovered
Study author Nicholas Skopal told Newsweek that they have "only scratched the surface of the stone jar sites, and there must be more."
Scientists Gave Lions the Love Hormone Oxytocin To See What Would Happen
The lions had oxytocin sprayed up their noses as they sniffed meat at a wire fence.
Earth's Core Appears To Be Leaking Primordial Helium From the Big Bang
Scientists say about 4.4lbs of helium-3 escapes from Earth's interior every year.
Earthquake Just Hit Europe's Supervolcano Campi Flegrei
The magnitude 3.6 quake comes as scientists analyze long-term unrest at one of the world's most populated active volcanoes.
Wild Dolphin 'Identifies as a Porpoise,' Learns to Speak to Porpoise Pals
Kylie the dolphin was recorded making porpoise vocalizations over a period of two years.
Black Mamba Vs Feisty Mongoose Filmed in Tense Standoff
Warren Friedman told Newsweek he often sees black mambas around his property, with one even crawling into his letterbox.
Apocalyptic Crazy Ants Invaded Texas and Blinded Baby Rabbits with Acid
Ecological battle with tawny crazy ants brought to an end with a deadly fungal pathogen that turns their fat into spores.