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A megadrought has been affecting vast swathes of the western United States for more than 20 years.
"I understand there are many problems with America right now but does this outweigh the sadness my children will feel growing up without a father?"
Helping Ukraine and tackling Russia will be priorities at the meeting held at Schloss Elmau in Germany's Bavarian Alps.
Monkeypox, usually seen in Central and West Africa, is currently spreading across non-endemic countries, including Europe and North America.
"There's what, 51 more other states you can go to," Walker said of Abrams after denouncing her for referring to Georgia as the "worst state" to live in.
Eva Mireles' husband, Ruben Ruiz, had attempted to save her after he received a phone call from her telling saying "she had been shot and was dying."
Washington and Beijing have traded words and sanctions on human rights abuses in Xinjiang, but now the U.S. is transferring some of the burden onto the business community.
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The Taiwan Policy Act of 2022 aims to strengthen U.S. ties with Taiwan and help the country protect itself against any potential aggression from China.
A spokesperson for Arizona Iced Tea told Newsweek: "not to worry our price here is still 99¢."
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The United States could soon be hit by a severe shortage of diesel exhaust fluid (DEF), impacting drivers already hit with record-high fuel prices.
"The media should be professional enough not to ask such questions," Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told RIA Novosti.
Former President Donald Trump said that the third hearing was postponed due to "very poor television ratings."
At a time of growing income inequality and diminished opportunity, a return to basic skills education promises a new future for America's working class.
Newsweek has everything you need to know on what is occurring in Knoxville, if there's a power outage and if so how long it's expected to last.
A Shell gas station in Rancho Cordova lost $16,000 after the worker's mistake, which he has admitted and taken responsibility for.
After Russia's invasion of Ukraine in February, players from both nations were banned from international tennis competitions altogether.
Newsweek has everything you need to know on today's weather forecast, including a coastal flood advisory and which states are affected by it.
Most economists do not believe the Federal Reserve will raise rates by 0.75 percentage points in 2022.
The world's nine nuclear-armed countries have increased their nuclear spending by $6.5 billion in 2021 from the previous year, a report by ICAN has found.
No one expects the Human Rights Council to become a beacon of freedom and justice. Yet we should still expect the council to do its job and debate real human rights abuses, particularly the most egregious violations
Now is the moment for the international community to stand in solidarity and decisively act to protect the human rights of people in all nations, rich and poor, north and south, who are suffering the unjust impacts of fossil fuel-driven climate change.
Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko has publicly championed the role of import substitution in lessening reliance on Western products.
The president-elect of the Philippines faces a major fine in relation to a human rights class-action lawsuit linked to his father's rule.
Gas demand and prices are expected to continue growing as summer begins.
Even with unprecedented sanctions imposed on Russia, experts say Putin won't run out of war funds anytime soon due to oil revenue.
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