"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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Dad backed for laughing at wife's "outdated" baby name choice for son
"Names need to be 2 yeses," said one commenter of the viral post.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The Global War Over AI Already Started
While AI-assisted malware is certainly concerning, what remains the most alarming for the West is how artificial intelligence is changing the future of warfare—even faster than expected.
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.
Horror at billowing black smoke coming from crematory: "That's people"
The video has been viewed more than 21 million times on TikTok where people shared their horror.
Widow praised for why she didn't tell mother-in-law her son had died
"Illness or death can cause havoc in family relationships because it can raise complicated, conflicted feelings," a relationship therapist told Newsweek.
Sibling slammed for going on vacation with sister's ex-husband: "Betrayal"
"Absolutely disgusting behavior from them," said one commenter on the viral post.
Cat in shop for days after falling through ceiling: "He's the owner now"
"Cats live up to the proverb 'curiosity killed the cat,'" the author of 'Being Your Cat' Celia Haddon told Newsweek.
Bride backed for kicking sister out of engagement dinner over her "antics"
"She's the embarrassing caricature of the perpetually online influencer," said the frustrated woman.
Mom urged to dump husband over his obsession—"How do I make him understand"
An expert told Newsweek: "His behavior and response to her not going to the gym/working out and eating butter are definitely signs of emotional abuse."
Woman slammed for "stealing" sister's moment after she announced pregnancy
"I saw it as sharing joy, not stealing it," said the mom-to-be.
Man on high alert after finding "creepy" skulls while hiking in the woods
"We both kinda laughed but we were secretly scanning the area for the rest of the day," the man who found the skulls told Newsweek.
Read neighbors' salty notes on mom's door after she made noise complaint
"Apparently no one in my building cares for kids," the poster said alongside the pictures of the note-based argument.
Renter recalls wild moment she found woman living in the garage—"Shocked"
"I hope she found another safe place to sleep at night," said one commenter on the viral video.
Questions asked as husband uses "flirtatious" emoji with female co-worker
"I am a bit aghast and annoyed at the red hearts," the irritated spouse told the internet.
Spouse urged to leave husband after finding string of "unusual" payments
"I have found lots of withdrawals I know nothing of," the poster explained after seeing the bank statement.
Dog who needs to be "factory reset" has internet in stitches
"My dog is a goofball, and I want the world to see his craziness, so they can laugh, too," owner Ryan told Newsweek.
Laughter at how feisty cat and dog ask for dinner—"Get up and feed us lady"
"Kitty is very vocal so once he's hungry he'll usually come over to have a conversation," said the pets' owner.
Shock as customer pays with rare silver certificate bill from 1930s
First issued by the U.S. government in the 1800s, the holder of a certificate could redeem it for a certain amount of silver.
Renter reveals all the DIY her landlord failed to notice on inspection
"Waking up in an environment that makes you feel good changes how you tackle the day," content creator and interior consultant Kate Lewis told Newsweek.