One said Kansas center Silvio De Sousa, who picked up a chair and attempted to hit a Kansas State player during the fight, would never play for the university again while others said a 10 game suspension is acceptable.
"There are genuine concerns about the long-term future," said reproductive rights expert Mary Ziegler.
Researchers created a type of diamond that can generate a small electrical current when placed in close proximity to radioactive material. Could it be a new energy source?
The first U.S. case of the virus has been identified in Washington state.
The cutting-edge camera can capture motion like shockwaves and possibly even the signals that travel through neurons—but don't expect to get your hands on one anytime soon.
Survivors of the pseudoscientific practice aimed at changing a person's gender or sexuality linked to suicide shared their experiences with Newsweek.
The duck-billed mammal is currently listed as Near-Threatened on the IUCN Red List.
Experts in the field have hailed the "exciting" discovery but cautioned that it is still at an early stage for cancer immunotherapy research.
The New York congresswoman said most Americans have no interest in foreign wars but have been dragged along by a "powerful and concentrated class" that controls U.S. politics.
Scientists spoke to over 1,000 people at arts and music festivals about their experiences taking psychedelics.
And that wasn't the only wildlife drawn to her property by her night time feedings.
The world's first biometric opioid vending machine was recently launched in Vancouver, British Columbia, in an attempt to reduce overdose deaths.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has it exactly backward. President Donald Trump will be exonerated, and she and the Democrats will be condemned by history.
In this week's Democratic presidential debate, Senators Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts and Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota said they could, and would, take executive action to reduce prices for much-needed drugs as president.
It is time to start investing, America. The cleantech revolution is here for the taking.
Photos of an injured koala sitting next to a dead koala emerged on Wednesday as relief workers attempt to rescue surviving wildlife on Kangaroo Island, Australia.
Benjamin B. Ferencz, 99, said he "cannot stay silent" on what he termed the "murder" of the influential Iranian commander.
Richard Painter, who served as former President George W. Bush's top ethics lawyer, called Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell a "perjurer" after the senator took an oath swearing impartiality in the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump.
Nearly 3,000 leaders from 118 countries are expected to be at the gathering later this month.
The killing of Soleimani by the United States has sharpened Iran's mission, one expert told Newsweek.
Despite a storied past, falconry in the Mediterranean archipelago nation fell into decline. But a recent revival offers a thrill to visitors, who stand to play an integral role in efforts to protect the peregrine falcon.
The New START treaty expires in 2021, and the Trump administration is yet to announce whether it intends to renew.
Gynecologist Dr. Jen Gunter told Newsweek products which claim to tighten the vagina are "medically harmful and playing off patriarchal tropes."
Volcano experts say the danger of another eruption remains high, with more than 100 tremors reported since Wednesday.
The ruling has drawn criticism from experts who cite multiple studies which show the phones do not generate enough energy to cause tumors.
The genetic study involved over 100,000 people.
Researchers also found evidence indicating that Neanderthals collected volcanic pumice stones.
The popular running shoe is reportedly set to be banned when World Athletics announces new regulations.
Both the U.S. and Iran have justified recent military action as self-defense, but neither has provided evidence to prove it.
A German tourist has suffered severe leg injuries in a possible shark attack on a beach in southern Thailand.