In nearly 1,500 pages of newly released documents, the FBI details its thorough investigation into the mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School.
Prison inmates in Texas have raised $53,000 to give Hurricane Harvey victims.
There were about 1,166 people killed by police in 2015 and only 523 were reported, a study found.
Florida Governor Rick Scott deleted voicemails in which nursing home workers pleaded for help in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma. Eleven people later died at the facility.
On Friday, the Nigerian military called a pro-Biafra group "terrorists." By Monday, it had changed its tune.
The power of music can unite communities during times of tragedy, experts tell Newsweek.
MS-13 is among gangs categorized as the biggest threat to public safety based on relationships with Mexican cartels and high levels of violence and transnational crime.
Clinical trials on a prospective type 1 immunization are set to begin next year.
The U.S. criticized Russia for not helping to fund a women's shelter in Kitezh, but according to legend, the city has been underwater for centuries.
Researchers at New York University have found that tweets with "moral and emotional" language are more likely to go viral.
A new study of plays during the 2014 World Cup games finds protocols for head injury assessment weren't followed at least 60 percent of the time.
An increasing amount of research shows that BMI and weight are not necessarily the main indicators of a person's health.
Those who try to dodge serving on the Ukrainian front serve time in a penal colony.
Russia has delivered a batch of shoulder-fired Igla-S air defense missile systems to Brazil and has planned on sending Panstir-1 air defense and artillery systems.
A new study finds surprising links between dementia and those who sleep more than nine hours a night.
Just as the World Health Organization releases its first-ever list of such pathogens, a new study reveals an alarming spike in antibiotic-resistant bacterial infections among children. And infectious disease experts are scared.
According to experts, the next Hitler will appear wrapped in a flag, promising protection from Islam.
The experiences of real migrants and their journeys are forgotten amid political debate.
The GOP nominee and his surrogates have tried to undermine Newsweek's cover story, which shows how one of Trump's companies violated the Cuban trade embargo. They have left all the facts unchallenged.
Clinton will have to firm up her support among Democrats to win.