"It's a good investment": Young couple buys and renovates old laundromat
In their early thirties, the couple set about to re-vamp a community hub in Charleston, South Carolina.
German shepherd stealing treats off counter is caught on camera
"The sliding lead off the counter made me crack up," commented one TikTok user.
Hearts melt at moment neighboring golden retrievers become best friends
"Let the other dog join in," one TikTok user pleaded to Aubrey's owner.
Moment "teeniest Maltipoo" sits for the first time melts hearts online
"Sooo stinkin' cute. She blends in with the rug," one TikTok user commented on the viral video.
Senior dog adopted before euthanasia lives best life after beating cancer
"Cooper simply needed humans to see value in him," said the 12-year-old rescue dog's new owners.
Woman backed over why she refused to help estranged twin financially
An expert told Newsweek that, often, "respect is not paid to people who may live outside the accepted norms of behavior for that family unit."
Diner creates spreadsheet to split $328 bill she paid after disagreement
Haley, 30, from Pennsylvania shared her bill-splitting method on TikTok, where it has been viewed by thousands of people.
Neighbor's reason for calling cops on "exhausted" parents next door backed
An etiquette professional told Newsweek how a polite atmosphere could be restored between the neighbors.
Dad slammed for refusing to let teen stepson be named guardian for new baby
A mindfulness coach told Newsweek how people can make up after an argument.
From cavemen to cowboys: AI reimagines selfies throughout history
The creator of a series of lifelike historical images said AI could help unlock a deeper understanding of the past.
Mother-in-law refusing to pay towards anything on family days dragged
A finance expert told Newsweek how people can split costs with their family members or friends.
Mom creates custom Lego station for kids with nail glue and spray paint
The mom-of-two from Kansas told Newsweek how she came up with a brilliant way to get her kids' Lego bricks organized.
FCC Media Bureau Denies Due Process, Turns Its Back on Local Broadcast News
By arbitrarily defining "public interest," the Media Bureau—an office within the FCC bureaucracy—has effectively made itself judge and jury.
Cat named Pedro Pspspscal gets forever home: "Moggieolorian"
Two-year-old rescue cat Pedro Pspspscal has found his forever home after gaining viral attention for his inventive name.
Watch moment FedEx driver gets trapped inside his van—"Something was wrong"
"It's not everyday you hear a man yelling from inside a FedEx van," the woman who came to the worker's rescue told Newsweek.
Hearts break as chihuahua now a "single dad" to two boys after mom dies
"A single dad who works too hard, who loves his sons and never stops," one TikTok user commented under a post about Tommy the Chihuahua.
Host not letting friend sleep on "comfy" sofa as it's the dogs' bed cheered
"It is your place and you can decide who sleeps where," said one commenter on the viral post.
States Must Push Ahead With Protecting Kids From Porn
No matter how hard they try, moms and dads simply cannot keep up with the pervasive nature of online content.
Man calling sister "selfish" over name chosen for unborn baby girl cheered
The Redditor revealed that his sister wants to name her unborn daughter Krxstxl.
Watch as "wrecking ball" foster dog gate-crashes owner's work call
The 3-month-old Rottweiler Claude jumped at the chance to introduce himself on a video call. "It's the first, and last, time," the owner told Newsweek.
Cow pretends to be asleep to avoid going outside: "Found my spirit animal"
The Isle of Wight-based farmer told Newsweek that Doris the cow was faking being asleep.
Universal Broadband: A Political Issue or Social One?
No matter how political it sounds, everyone should be aligned around universal broadband.
Dad asking why wife who had twins isn't in the gym 4 days a week slammed
"I find my wife beautiful, but she keeps sizing up in her jeans and then acts confused why," said the husband, who was subsequently panned online.
Man telling sister the real reason their parents are divorcing applauded
An author told Newsweek that siblings often fall out because they blame each other for the things going "wrong" in their lives.
Mom not taking small children on honeymoon backed: "Anxious"
A dating and relationship expert told Newsweek how parents can keep the spark alive in their relationships.
Hearts melt as Jack Russell performs "ballerina" stretch with her tiny legs
The terrier was praised for her technique in the video with 1.1 million views, with one user writing, "I always call this ballerina legs when my girl does it."
Confusion as man finds 7ft "Egyptian sarcophagus" abandoned on sidewalk
"It just fits the peculiarity of London so well," said the Redditor who stumbled on the unusual coffin.
Teacher shares 3rd graders' "tattle forms" and they do not disappoint
Teacher Jillian Magee told Newsweek of the tattle forms, "I started using them as a positive form of communication." Some of her videos have 28 million views.
Man transforms shed off Craigslist into tiny home he rents for $74 a night
From a $1,200 shed found on Craigslist, Daniel created the perfect tiny home in his own backyard in Texas.
Wordle today #638 answer, hints and clues for Sunday, March 19 puzzle
Wordle is a daily puzzle game where players can test their knowledge of the English language.