"The behavior that we're seeing from the president continues to worsen," Steve Schmidt warned.
Journalist Thea Pedersen, who documented the alleged white phosphorous burn victims at hospitals in northeastern Syria, described to Newsweek graphic scenes of discolored, dead skin that, despite decades of experience, doctors said they "had never seen before."
Today, there are more than 10,000 species that have been added to the Reptile Database. These are some of the strangest.
"It can't happen in politics on any side of the aisle," the president's son said, despite widespread concerns about his own family's business interests around the world.
The FCC filed paperwork with the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) on behalf of SpaceX, requesting permission for the production and deployment of 30,000 Starlink satellites.
A round-up of where to buy gift suggestions from the experts for Christmas 2019. Plus, everything is under $50!
"I'm so angry about the Doral corruption that I can barely see straight," said Walter Shaub, the former director of the U.S. Office of Government Ethics.
A recent study conducted by healthybabyfood.com says that 168 brands of baby food include toxic heavy metals which might damage a baby's cognitive development.
The monthlong UAW strike against GM may be over with concessions to workers — but here's what experts say about who really won.
Blakely Elementary in Bainbridge Island, Washington has canceled its annual Halloween Parade citing reasons of inclusion and equity.
Perkins County Schools suspended their policy on transgender people using identity-appropriate restrooms after the superintendent received death threats.
A staunch ally of pro-democracy Russians, McFaul is only the second U.S. ambassador to be declared persona non grata by the Russian government.
"I do not think you need an amendment to the Constitution. I think the question is do you need congressional action or can the executive act on their own," Ken Cuccinelli said during a breakfast event hosted by Christian Science Monitor.
While the federal government appears to be heading in the opposite direction, the experts we spoke to remain cautiously optimistic that the country can change things around.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution takes the developments of the Third Industrial Revolution a step farther.
Two Pennsylvania state senators introduced Senate Bill 350 on Tuesday which would allow adults 21 and older to possess, cultivate and purchase cannabis from licensed retailers.
"I mean, giddy-up, let's do it," Stephanie Ruhle suggested.
Internet-addled consumers diagnosing headaches as brain tumors or freckles as skin cancer are a joke as old as the internet itself— but those who consult "Dr. Google" often end up better off.
The results, online security company SiteLock said, were reminiscent of what it sees when working with small businesses. More than half the candidates are using out-of-date cybersecurity software.
2019 TA7 is classified as a near-Earth object because its orbit around the sun takes it within 121 million miles of the star, and 30 million miles of Earth.
The U.S. "has been assisting the Russian forces to navigate through previously unsafe areas quickly," a senior Pentagon official told Newsweek.
"Istanbul, you've seen the picture of Ivanka Trump and Donald Trump going and opening up Trump Towers," Joe Scarborough said in regards to the president's controversial Syria withdrawal.
David Burns, who funded the research privately, says he is aware of the huge pitfalls in the concept.
It comes as further criticism was heaped on President Donald Trump—his actions described as "careless and callous" by former diplomat Brett McGurk.
Scott Walker was criticized for using public funds to pay for over 800 flights after he appeared to mock Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez for allegedly spending almost $300 on a haircut.
Hawaii police said divers recovered clothes identified as belonging to Alan Delatorre. They indicated "damage to the clothing to be attributed to sharks."
Netflix is no longer the only streaming service in town. With Disney and Apple launching their own services, experts warn that a lull in illegal downloading is coming to an end.
"There is a project to eradicate Kurds," SDF spokesman Mustafa Bali said. "Therefore, our first duty is the protection of our people, border and soil."