The "Healthiest State Index" reported that West Virginia had the highest number of smokers, with nearly 24 percent of adults partaking in tobacco use.
Carlton Cuse, Vera Farmiga and Cherry Jones spoke to Newsweek about their new Apple TV+ show, "Five Days at Memorial."
Emily Parker said Bible Baptist Academy officials said "that they can not educate our child due to the fact that we are a married same-sex couple."
The father of the children rushed to the home after the mother posted an alarming video to Instagram in which she appeared to be covered in blood.
A spokesperson for the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries told Newsweek that the man was in possession of just one too many sharks.
Gas costs peaked nationally at $5.01 per gallon on average in mid-June and have been steadily dipping since.
The Mega Millions jackpot has reached $810 million after not crowning a winner since April.
Dr. Meg Autry's aim is for patients to be able to travel to the ship moored in federal waters to seek care at little to no cost.
"She was screaming—not from pain, but from the emotional trauma she was experiencing," the woman's doctor wrote in an affidavit.
Police said the child was taken to a hospital, but they sadly died as a result of the injuries sustained in the dog attack.
Dr. Meg Autry is spearheading the launch of a ship named "PRROWESS" to operate in federal waters in the Gulf of Mexico.
Snowball the dog's impression of his human companion prompted a mixture of laughter and tears online.
Police said Thursday that the baby was covered with a blanket inside the car that had its air conditioning on, which was "blowing hot air."
Americans caught up in the flash floods across the country have taken to social media to share their videos.
Less than 10 minutes after the Court's ruling was released, Missouri became the first state to invoke a trigger law banning abortions.
Police said the child's father had been taken into custody but had not been charged as of Tuesday.
His soulful voice and classical approach to music is refreshing for those in search of that '70s and '80s musical vibe.
"What did the flavor taste like? Genuinely wondering...I figure if you named it after Jesus, it must have been really good," wrote one commenter.
"We, as public servants, will not engage in a social media war with any one or any organization, as it is improper..." police said.
The Louisiana Republican said taking the drug and running everywhere is a better option than buying gas for vehicles amid record-high prices.
The House Speaker condemned Republican lawmakers "who would stand in the way of saving lives" earlier this week in a letter.
The director of Louisiana's Lafayette Public Library System told Newsweek that the displays should be about everybody, not a segment of the population.
The suspects allegedly "went through a sugarcane field" in addition to local roads and even a state highway before being caught.
A Waffle House spokesperson said Saturday that the company is cooperating with law enforcement during its investigation.
There is little public appetite for severe punishments, but the women who will be worst affected will be the poorest in society, law experts tell Newsweek.
The proposed bill could have sent people seeking abortions and providers to prison, as well as outlawing certain forms of birth control.
The 5-week-old girl was taken to a nearby hospital but died as a result of her injuries.
Opponents called the bill "insane" and the Republican lawmakers who passed it "monsters."