President Biden's Inflation Reduction Act has been described as the biggest action on climate change ever from the U.S.—but will it last?
The clock is already at the closest point to doomsday as it has ever been. Could it move closer when it is reset?
A cyber security company has revealed the ways you can notice if someone has been looking at your messages.
Researchers have identified what looks like a fossil from the extinct shark—and the discovery could provide evidence about its migratory habits.
The asteroid is 530 feet across and weighed around 10 million times more than the spacecraft that was launched into it.
Rainbow fentanyl—regular fentanyl dyed with food coloring—is an opioid drug responsible for 80 per cent of all overdose deaths in New York City.
"Higher optimism is linked with lower inflammation, healthier lipid levels, and higher antioxidants," professor Eric Kim told Newsweek.
Surface colors and countless craters can be seen in this image of the moon, which is the result of 360 individual photos combined.
In a Facebook post, OCEARCH announced its first southbound shark of the year.
Bodies decompose at a variety of rates depending on the temperature, humidity, insects and clothing, leading to difficulties identifying individuals.
A video posted to Facebook shows the fish flowing down a lane, appearing to suffocate as the water runs dry. The phenomenon is so far unexplained.
Food shortages linked with climatic conditions, a rapidly growing population and a move to an autocratic regime preceded the city's demise.
Since July there have been roughly 800 quakes in the area as part of an ongoing spike in seismic activity.
Boa constrictors are a commonly kept pet snake in the U.S., with 113,000 live specimens having been imported into the U.S. between 1977 and 1983.
"Today, law enforcement has a huge step up compared to what they did 20, 30 years ago," former FBI agent Thomas O'Connor told Newsweek.
A pillar of light was spotted over a Russian town near the border with Ukraine, sparking theories it could be linked to a top-secret weapon.
"You might have one on your hat, you might have one on your back," Marianne Gauldin of the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources told Newsweek.
Charles Nelson, chief business officer at Cemvita, told Newsweek "the ground is our equipment, so we don't have to build anything new to be able to do this."
The massive landmass will be barely recognizable, with an enormous ocean on one side of the planet.
The moon can seem giant-sized when it is low in the sky, "but this seemingly large size isn't real," said Susanna Kohler from the American Astronomical Society.
The Draconids take place between October 6 and 10 and some years can produce up to 1,000 meteors per hour.
Images of the two highly venomous eastern browns were shared by snake catcher Jake Stinson.