Some of the photos "don't match forensically" and all "had to go through some type of transformation to change sizes."
Psychiatrist Dr. David Spiegel testified on Monday in Heard's defense and has been slammed online by Depp fans.
"I would cut a small bite-sized portion from the center of the triangle, spear it with my fork and then place it into my mouth," said Lucy Challenger.
Various social media users have claimed the plastic bristles remind cats of being groomed by their mothers. We asked vets and animal behavior experts if there's any truth in this.
Pollster Carly Cooperman told Newsweek that the senator "is not looking to play kingmaker as much as he prioritizes fighting for a progressive agenda."
International Criminal Court prosecutors tell Newsweek what the challenges of building a case against Russia are and how Ukrainians can help gather evidence.
Child psychology experts tell Newsweek that having schools open in the aftermath of traumatic events can provide critical stability for children.
A use-of-force expert testified he didn't think a reasonable officer would have believed there was an imminent threat of danger in the situation.
Legal experts explain to Newsweek how the November 30 shooting may change the responsibility parents and schools may face in future incidents.
"The country can have confidence that the jury spoke in a unanimous voice of accountability based on the evidence," Michael McAuliffe told Newsweek.
"'Reasonableness' seems like a simple word, but it plays the most significant role in determining this case," former federal prosecutor Michael McAuliffe said.
Black Lives Matter protesters, Second Amendment defenders, and legal experts have all weighed in on the trial and its not guilty verdict. Who is right?
"I think it's a fair bet to say we're either going to have a verdict this morning or they're going to claim they're hung," attorney John Birdsall said.
"A significant portion of the gun safety movement's current agenda is likely to come under attack in the coming years," UCLA's Adam Winkler said.
"This is dangerous misinformation that can cause harm to both people who use opioids and to members of the law enforcement community," the petition reads.
"We have to be very careful about not automatically assuming the reasons why they're not taking the vaccine," Jennifer Jones Austin, CEO of the Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies, told Newsweek.
"If ever there was a time to Put. People. First—it is now, my friends," Orman wrote in her weekly newsletter.
The experts told Newsweek what campaigns should be doing when expecting an extended ballot count.
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"I think nobody knows more about campaign finance than I do because I'm the biggest contributor," Trump claimed years ago, well before Michael Cohen pleaded guilty.