Missouri became the first state to invoke its trigger law banning all abortions in the state, except for in cases of medical emergencies.
The FDA has cleared the way for Juul's biggest rivals to keep tobacco-flavored e-cigarettes on the market, but a similar approval might not happen for Juul.
The White House said it would "leave it up to other countries to set their policy on gun ownership" but that the U.S. would not introduce a handgun ban.
"If [Trump] were to reengage on Twitter, the potential for messy, undisciplined primaries increases dramatically," GOP strategist Alex Patton told Newsweek.
The South Korean multiplayer battle video game PUBG, which is short for PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, was also banned.
The shortage of lithium supplies and the instability of the nickel market is showing up in the cost of EV battery cells.
After Connie Uhre claimed she would no longer allow Native American guests at her hotel, protests erupted around the city.
An "inevitable" recession would follow a ban on Russian gas imports, Sewing said.
"FINA maintains its strongest condemnation of the Russian invasion of Ukraine," the sporting organization stated.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis threw his support behind the bill on Monday, saying it would be "entirely inappropriate" for teachers to discuss gender identity.
Second-year law student Brittany Murphee warned that banning CRT "declares that Mississippians are structured in hate and rooted in a great deal of ignorance."
"I think of [the ban of his book 'Maus'] as a harbinger of things to come," the author and illustrator said.
The Holocaust survivor-themed graphic novel was banned over concerns about "naked pictures" and language like "God Damn."
YouTube says the conservative commentator tried to circumvent its one-week ban on his content, but Bongino disputes their version of events.
Robert Bastress told Newsweek that even West Virginia's "fairly conservative" Supreme Court "would seriously question" the constitutionality of HB 4071.
"I'm not giving up, and I stand in solidarity with the intersex community in its fight for bodily autonomy, dignity and choice," Scott Wiener said.
A new glitch has been discovered in "Fortnite" that allows you to unlock the frozen Polar Peely outfit early. Here is why you shouldn't use this exploit.
The Senate approved a bill banning imports from China's Xinjiang region in a move to hold China accountable for alleged human rights abuses against Uyghurs.
The outright lifetime ban was implemented in 1992 after thousands of Canadians became infected with HIV after being exposed to contaminated blood products.
Facebook is banning pages representing businesses controlled by Myanmar's military, a day after a $150 billion lawsuit was filed against the company.
MSNBC has denied any knowledge of the individual claiming to be a reporter with the network who is accused of attempting to photograph jurors.
The former president claims his social media platform will "stand up to the tyranny of Big Tech."
Ho Chi Minh City, whose population is about 10 million people, will finally allow residents to leave their homes and essential businesses to open on Friday.
"The Taliban are not friends of Afghanistan, they are our enemies. Only enemies would want to destroy your history and your music," said pop star Aryana Sayeed.
United Airlines CEO Scott Kirby said the company's mask-related incidents have decreased 50 percent this year.
The ban was issued for "special security reasons," the Federal Aviation Administration said.
The new average one-way driving distance to an abortion clinic would be 20 times the distance Texans previously traveled for an abortion after six weeks.
Following his Twitter suspension, Alex Berenson said: "I can't wait to hear what a jury will make of this."
"I am not going to back away from that with the threat of him withholding my salary," Alachua County School Board Vice Chair Tina Certain told Newsweek.
"Don't believe this Delta variant nonsense. [If] you start showing up with all these masks and nonsense, I will ask you to leave."