Batesian mimicry is where a harmless species avoids predators by pretending to be a dangerous or toxic one.
According to a new study, consuming potatoes may be just as effective as popular carbohydrate gels for an athlete's performance.
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.
Tropical storms often provide the perfect conditions for tornadoes to form when they make landfall.
Although the vote today takes place in the British House of Commons, it could have ramifications of key issues concerning the White House and average Americans.
Barcelona looks to make it four wins in a row when it takes on Eibar on Saturday but the focus will likely be on pro-Catalonia protests.
Russia fired nuclear-capable missiles across the continent for its Thunder 2019 drills, and just a day later the U.S. commenced its own Global Thunder exercises as it secretly sent bombers to Europe.
After all, the so-called separation of church and state exists to protect the church from the state—not vice versa.
A British airline passenger with a severe, potentially fatal, nut allergy wasn't allowed to fly on an Aerolineas Argentinas plane after she alerted cabin crew about her condition.
Kansas authorities have announced that they are close to completing testing on a backlog of over two thousand rape kits that had gone unprocessed for years.
From 1990 to 2017, more than three-quarters of high-fatality mass shootings involving large-capacity magazines occurred in states which lacked a ban on those devices.
The president will speak at his re-election campaign's third rally in a week.
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.
Despite the defendant's ingenuity in implementing the fraud, he himself fell prey to another financial scam, the Justice Department said.
Diane von Fürstenberg has many titles: fashion tycoon, the queen of the wrap dress, and now godmother of the Statue of Liberty.
Nelson Estrella-Rojas and wife Joann Estrella claim that a Taco Bell commercial deceived them into thinking that their Chalupa Cravings Boxes would be five dollars each.
There's a lot of research in consumer behavior that disputes the notion "more is better." It says many of us, when confronted with too many options, either make poor decisions or avoid decisions altogether. But not true for everyone.
A viral app that identifies your celebrity lookalike is making the rounds on social media.
"He told me he was going to participate in a hunger strike because of the abuse he endured in detention," said Roylan Hernandez-Diaz's wife, Yarelis Gutierrez.
"Modern Love" is Amazon Prime's all-star cast adaptation of the "New York Times" column of the same name. Here's everything you need to know about the series including its release date, cast, trailer and plot.
A new study from Spain's University of Cordoba suggests that young people who display a competitive or hostile personality are more likely to use illegal drugs.
A new trailer may premiere on Monday, October 21, heralding the start of ticket presales for the December release.
Newsweek has learned that President Trump was given alternative Syria withdrawal plans involving UN peacemakers and diplomatic pressure, but opted instead for a speedy exit.
A report released Wednesday detailed research suggesting that single-payer health care reforms, also known as "Medicare for All," would cost about $32 trillion over 10 years.
Massachusetts Senator Ed Markey said the decision was "unjust and wrong" and called on Congress to pass the Equality Act.
"As with people without psoriasis, making healthy lifestyle changes might lower the risk of cancer," the co-author of the study told "Newsweek."
The report says that the labor board, which is supposed to protect the interests of workers, has "elevated corporate interests above those of working men and women and have routinely betrayed the statute they are responsible for administering and enforcing."
The federal government is set to resume executions with the drug pentobarbital, despite concerns it might violate the Eighth Amendment.
"I'm living with a sense of urgency on this problem because [I] go home to my community, like millions of Americans who live in communities where these weapons, where these gunshots are real every single day," Booker said.