Study suggests weakening of the field resulted in reduced protection from UV rays, leading to mammalian extinctions on Earth.
Fortunately, the earthquakes were not powerful enough to cause any damage or injuries on the surface.
New species named Fostoria dhimbangunmal discovered in collection of 100 million-year-old fossils.
Messier 90 belongs to a vast collection of more than 1,200 galaxies known as the Virgo Cluster, which has a diameter of 15 million light-years.
Many tourists still come to Angkor Wat with an outdated, romanticized notion of a deserted ruin emerging from the mysterious jungle.
YouTubers Deji and KSI continue their brotherly feud, this time with an 80-minute response video.
If rolled out globally, the islands could offset the total global emissions from fossil fuels.
Humans and our primate ancestors have been making and using stone tools for millions of years.
Apple's iOS 13 beta 1 releases June 3. Find out how to download and install the developer software or sign up for the public beta, here
There are three different physical processes responsible for accelerating particles to vast speeds.
The whales, capable of diving thousands of feet into the ocean, are little-understood by scientists.
AI devices, heads-up displays, smart license plates and more are make drivers safer.
Less than half of crowdfunded projects meet their goals, but these speakers, sleep trackers, puzzles and more killed it on Kickstarter and Indiegogo.
Newsweek presents the winners and some of the recognized images in categories such as Wrecks, Behavior and Underwater Portraits.
Venus, Earth and Jupiter's tidal forces influence the solar magnetic field.
Are YouTube and Snapchat down, not working? Entire regions of U.S. affected by social media outage.
Google Maps has a new speed trap alert that drivers are finding pretty handy. Find out what the alert means, how to report speed traps you’ve found and more.
Archaeologists think the boat may have met a fiery end.
The myth that children are visual, auditory and kinesthetic learners robs them of opportunities, a professor of educational psychology told Newsweek.
The planet is the first of its kind to be discovered in the "Neptunian Desert"—the region immediately surrounding stars where no planets similar in size to Neptune are found.
In 2018, nonprofit Gotham Whale spotted 272 whales in New York City waters.
Troy Billett is working to provide power and purify water around the world, one box and one village at a time.
These supernovae showered the Earth with cosmic rays between around 8 million and 2.6 million years ago, potentially leading to an uptick in lightning strikes and, consequently, wildfires.
The discovery could have significant implications in the search for signs of past life on the Red Planet.