After hundreds of chronic pain patients begged the Drug Enforcement Administration to reconsider its proposed cuts to opioid production, the agency told Newsweek it's not responsible for their inability to get prescriptions.
Biden confirms his family won't be in administration as son announces resignation from Chinese private equity company's board.
Hagel explained that insufficient climate change data is "a real and present threat to our national security," citing the danger abnormal storms pose to the military.
Hunter Biden stepped down from the board of a Chinese-backed private equity company and has vowed to cease all foreign work should his father, Joe Biden, be elected president in 2020.
The DEA proposed reducing the manufacturing of prescription opioids for the fourth year in a row, but chronic pain patients are begging the agency to reconsider.
"The DNC and the corporate media are rigging the election again," the Hawaii congresswoman claimed.
"We have verified with the Hong Kong Cybersecurity and Technology Crime Bureau that the app has been used to target and ambush police," Apple said in a statement.
ESPN bans discussing politics
Noted Evangelical preacher and faith leader Franklin Graham linked an uptick in sexually transmitted infections like gonorrhea, chlamydia, and syphilis to extramarital sex and homosexuality.
Yang told Newsweek that "instead of opening outposts in China, Harvard could be opening campuses in the Midwest and using the new locations to expand and experiment with new models of education."
The study co-author told Newsweek the findings give "strong support for providing gender-affirming care to transgender individuals who seek them."
The boy's mother could hear her son screaming from her friend's house during the ordeal.
After asking a state court to declare that she could not be sanctioned for attempting to help her patient end his life, Dr. Barbara Morris was dismissed from her position.
A research study published in the New England Journal of Medicine found that some underutilized asthma treatments may be more effective for African American children, the demographic most likely to have the disease.
Zantac and ranitidine have made a lot of headlines recently, after the FDA made the decision to investigate possible contaminants in ranitidine products.
Versailles, Kentucky became the 14th city in the state to pass a "fairness ordinance," limiting discrimination against the LGBTQ community.
State GOP officials have previously defended the decision by citing the over-one million dollar cost of holding a primary despite the near-certain prospect of Trump's renomination.
Aimee Stephens told her boss she is transgender. Two weeks later her boss fired her because she was no longer going to "represent himself as a man." Here's everything we know about her landmark Supreme Court case.
"Unfortunately, this information will likely confuse consumers," one expert told Newsweek.
Facebook announced Monday that it will not submit speech by politicians to its new independent fact checkers, and "generally allow it on the platform even when it would otherwise breach our normal content rules."
"We listened to what everybody said about what happened last year."
Slowthai made the move at the annual Mercury Awards in London and shouted "F*** Johnson."
The director of national intelligence refused to disclose information to lawmakers on Thursday about a whistleblower complaint reportedly filed against an alleged promise made by Trump to an unknown foreign leader.
Experts tell Newsweek why Japan hasn't signed on to a U.S.-led military buildup against Iran in the Persian Gulf and why Tokyo remains a potential player for peace between Washington and Tehran.
More than 1,300 protesters have been arrested since the unrest began, and a new report has shed light on accusations of cruel and unusual punishment of detainees by police.
Hildegar Camara, who was appointed to lead a job-training company by Fall River, Massachusetts Mayor Jasiel Correia, has agreed to testify in the mayor's corruption trial, after reaching a plea bargain on his own charges.