Republican senator has told Fox News that GOP members should make their opposition to the proceedings heard, which he says are a "threat to the presidency."
"'Are we alone?' is one of the biggest unanswered questions," said study first author Howard Chen.
People largely do not become addicted to opioids after visits to the emergency room for car crashes, falls and other types of acute injuries that might warrant prescription painkillers, a new study shows.
"Research like this is important, as it could help us to understand more about breast cancer risk and possible new ways to treat it," an expert told "Newsweek."
Concern over the possible health implications of e-cigarette use is growing as more people take up vaping and vaping-related injuries become more commonplace.
The controversy started over the weekend when it was revealed the wives of two tech titans had a much smaller credit limits on their Apple Cards than their husbands.
His doctors say "we consider e-cigarettes as 'much safer than tobacco' at our peril'."
Molly Montgomery said the current State Department is "far from having swagger" and is instead "limping along at the moment."
The warning comes amid a U.S.-wide outbreak of vaping-related lung injuries.
Oleg Sokolov, 63, fell into St Petersburg's Moika river with a backpack that contained Anastasia Yeshchenko's arms, in addition to the shotgun used to kill her.
Bill Maher ridiculed Facebook and CEO Mark Zuckerberg for creating a "stupider" culture of people who no longer read, but defended the social media network's decision not to fact-check political advertisements.
President Donald Trump's facing an uphill battle courting black voters, but it doesn't seem to be deterring him.
The teaching of science, technology, engineering and math is critical for America to compete globally. And in order to educate the inventors, entrepreneurs and leaders of tomorrow, we must transform STEM education today.
The song is one of 23 unreleased tracks that will drop in November.
"Florida woman" stories will now include a 33-year-old orangutan named Sandra who was granted legal personhood in 2015 and recently moved to Florida.
Discussing ISIS' new head, a senior State Department official said that "we intend to subject him and any other ISIS leader to unrelenting pressure, using all the tools at our disposal."
"Feasibility is just one weapon of the climate denier for inaction," a Sanders' campaign spokesperson told Newsweek.
Among more than 3,000 registered voters, Warren seems to be the top choice in four states that experts call the "Democratic Blue Wall," a historically blue area of the Upper Midwest that turned red in 2016.
A day after Turkey's Recep Tayyip Erdogan confirmed reports that Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi's wife, sister and brother-in-law were detained, he said a DNA test proved one of his children was in custody as well.
Reed is scheduled to be executed on November 20.
Trump has repeatedly called on China to do more to stem the flow of fentanyl into the U.S., where it is helping drive the opioid crisis.
Pyongyang warned that the planned aerial drill will "throw a wet blanket" on struggling negotiations.
Defense lawyers for former movie mogul Harvey Weinstein are attempting to get an expert on "false memory" to testify at Weinstein's upcoming trial, but prosecutors are opposing the move.
An autism expert told Newsweek "even if you have lived all of your life without the diagnosis, finding out that you have autism can be a very positive experience."
"Everything is at stake," James Melville warned, "regarding our reputation, our effectiveness, our power, our influence, what we can get done in the world."
The French president warned that America's withdrawal will not derail the initiative, and said he deplores such a move.