It's important to ensure your young cat is eating appropriately, so they can get the right nutrients to grow. Experts tell Newsweek how to choose the best kitten food.
Royal Caribbean's new ship weighs over 200,000 tonnes and is 1,188 feet long. It has capacity for 6,988 guests and 2,300 crew members.
The park has the highest amount of mammals in the lower 48 states and the most active geysers in the world, attracting almost 5 millions visitors in 2021.
Mardi Gras returns this week after it's cancelation last year due to COVID-19. Find out about the annual celebration and restrictions on this year's edition.
The primaries in Texas will be a chance for both the GOP and Democrats to gauge the mood in their respective camps and assess the local Texan electorate.
Biden walks into Congress on thin ice this week, with the president struggling in the polls and facing Europe's biggest crisis since WWII
Newsweek spoke to experts to learn about alcohol alternatives, the benefits of not drinking and other ways you can reduce you liqor consumption but still relax.
The acquitted killer has continued to make headlines, including a lawsuit against Trayvon Martin's family, and auctioning off the gun used to kill the teenager.
The laws allow someone to use deadly force if they feel threatened, without the obligation to flee, and have increased monthly homicides by 11 percent.
What do lizards eat? Experts tell Newsweek about the importance of a varied diet for your pet reptile, and some of the best things to feed them.
Former President Donald Trump headlines this year's CPAC and will speak on Sunday.
Gas prices seen in January were the highest in the last 14 years, while the electricity costs recorded last month are the highest ever recorded.
Since the outbreak of the pandemic lumber prices have been extremely volatile and are now surging again, with an over 25% increase in January alone.
Half a century ago, President Nixon did the unthinkable and traveled to China to establish ties with Mao's Communist regime in the midst of the Cold War.
The U.S. orchestrated the racially motivated detention of 120,000 Japanese-Americans, of which almost two thirds were U.S. citizens.
The former Minnesota police officer was convicted of manslaughter for fatally shooting the 20-year-old after she mistook her handgun for her Taser.
In his new book 'America Second', author Isaac Stone Fish explores how China has influenced U.S. politics to advance Chinese interests.
As Djokovic prepares for his return to the courts next week, he still faces significant bureaucratic hurdles and vaccine scrutiny at major upcoming tournaments.
Experts tell Newsweek about the best exercises for hip pain reduction and how perform them safely — from the heel slide to butterfly stretch.
The pair have pleaded not guilty to four counts of involuntary manslaughter.
Harvard Law Professor and race scholar Randall Kennedy has argued against the need to ban the use of the racial slur, claiming it is here to stay.
Here's how you can watch Team USA's men's and women's teams compete for hockey gold at the Winter Olympics.
Many people turn to running as a form to loose weight, but cardio exercise can, in fact, also help build muscle. Newsweek spoke to experts to find out how.