The claim features in "The Fixers," a new book about President Donald Trump's relationships with former attorneys and advisers.
Wasps belonging to the genus Acrotaphus are notable for their size as well as their striking coloration.
Royal Canadian Mounted Police said three travelers forced to endure temperatures as low as -58F.
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 Great British Baking Show" on Netflix is about to lose one of its hosts as Sandi Toksvig stand down to work on other projects—but there are a number of possible replacements.
Although the rain wouldn't be enough to extinguish the flames, authorities said it would go a long way toward containment.
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.
Around a million common murres are thought to have died from starvation after a 2015-16 heatwave ravaged their food supply.
"If Trump arrives along this road, he will be a good man," Assad said, to which Putin laughed before replying, "He will change for the better."
The president told a rally in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, that he was unhappy with water and energy regulations.
The charity arm of the global sports brand is helping to build a new public athletic facility at the planned Obama Presidential Center in Chicago.
Supporters of the left-wing candidates were not necessarily transferable from one to the other, said one pollster.
A German tourist has suffered severe leg injuries in a possible shark attack on a beach in southern Thailand.
Anyone in the states should watch for changing conditions including avalanches, heavy snowfall or rain, strong wind or rapidly warming temperatures.
Trailer for David Attenborough: A Life on Our Planet shows veteran broadcatser telling viewers how we can save the planet.
Camels were first introduced to Australia by the British in the 1800s.
The team said their work also debunked the hypothesis that being exposed to a male partner's pheromones may affect the timing of the menopause.
New research adds weight to the idea that people became less hairy via sexual selection, with results suggesting women with higher levels of disgust prefer clean-shaven men.
The distortions in News Corp media were so egregious that even Rupert Murdoch's son James has launched a public critique.
"Australia. Our hearts and thoughts are with you," Koch wrote in a Twitter post.
From expanding restrictions on family planning funding to provoking war with Iran, the president's foreign policy reads like a wish list for many conservative evangelical Christians.
The "presolar grains" were extracted from a meteorite that crashed in Australia 50 years ago.
A 26-year-old surfer has suffered a foot injury "possibly from a shark" off the coast of North Carolina, local authorities have reported.
"Viruses, like all organisms, adapt and evolve," co-author Joel Wertheim told Newsweek.
Because of the breeding program Diego was a part of, the world population of the giant Galapagos tortoise has nearly doubled.
Biological evidence suggests the Carib were indeed present in the Bahamas when Columbus arrived. Researchers say it lends more support to his claims of cannibalism.
"The New Pope" is HBO's follow-up to "The Young Pope," with John Malkovich's John Paul III joining the cast alongside Jude Law for more papal plots.