But Rebecca Vilkomerson, executive director of Jewish Voice for Peace, told Newsweek she's "grateful" for the congresswoman showing "her outrage" at the detention of migrants.
On the third anniversary of the Pulse nightclub massacre in Orlando, Florida, when 49 people were killed by a gunman, survivor Brandon Wolf calls on us to honor them with activism.
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President Donald Trump frequently reminds us that "all options are on the table" in enforcing U.S. policy, could that lead to war in Iran, North Korea, Syria, Ukraine or Venezuela?
Individuals with mutation to the CCR5 gene have a 21 percent increase in mortality rate, study finds.
“I’m sorry to interrupt, but you keep saying, we’re not helpless. So, I’m saying: what would have prevented this tragedy?” Tapper asked Booker again, after the 2020 candidate failed to address the specifics of gun control.
Michael Bronski, Professor of the Practice in Activism and Media Studies of Women, Gender and Sexuality at Harvard University, speaks to Newsweek about the origins of Pride Month and the Stonewall Uprising.
704 of this year's cases were reported from January 1 to April 26, which means 277—over a quarter of the number of cases reported to date—have surfaced in the last five weeks.
Blink 182's co-founder Tom DeLonge has been fascinated by UFOs for years. Now he's partnering with HISTORY on a new series featuring eyewitnesses and former military personnel who have never spoken out before.
Most Americans take clean drinking water for granted as a convenience of modern life.
While the 2019 version is a big improvement from the 1992 animation, it still uses tired stereotypes.
“We’re sending a clear message that every girl, no matter where she’s born, has a right to live free of violence,” said Representative Lois Frankel, speaking of female genital mutilation.
The first message sent by Morse code’s dots and dashes across a long distance traveled from Washington, D.C., to Baltimore on Friday, May 24.
Billy Chemirmir was arrested in May 2018 and charged with the murder of one woman. This week, he was indicted by two different grand juries for 11 other killings.
“Be on the lookout for Iraq 2.0 justifications. I’m not even kidding,” one U.S. military official told Newsweek.
Antibiotics have saved countless lives over the years, but as deadly bacteria grow immune, those miracle drugs stop working.
“We all know perfectly well that so far there are no such weapons in the world, no one else, except us, except Russia,” Russian President Vladimir Putin said.
Few things would better safeguard religious freedom than if American evangelicals regained their leadership position on religious freedom.
Sinking a boat in the bayou, getting arrested in Atlanta and wrestling with veterans in Texas wasn’t exactly what comedian Jordan Klepper envisioned when embarking on his new Comedy Central docuseries.
The report includes 47 case studies spanning from 1941 to 2003, detailing a legacy of mixed results through World War II, the Cold War and the so-called war on terror.
The proposals would incur significant opposition from Republican lawmakers and organizations like the National Rifle Association.
"The communal aspects of Ramadan are often a way to collectively organize around issues that are critical to a young and vibrant community, Dr. Homayra Ziad told Newsweek.
The skeletons were found at a burial site where rituals are believed to have taken place.
The source of water on Earth and other planets like Mars is hotly debated in the planetary science community.
"It's sad, but most people can't even tell you what the word 'dementia' means," said Dr. John DenBoer.
More than 600 cases of the infection, which can be fatal if it gets into the bloodstream, have been reported.
The GOP quickly jumped on Joe Biden’s history of losing. He "has been running for president and losing since the ’80s, 2020 won’t be any different," read a Republican National Committee statement.