Girls in first through sixth grade had been allowed to return to classes, but a lack of guidance for older girls has highlighted ongoing concerns.
The 15-year-old boy told doctors he inserted the cable as he wanted to measure his penis, in a case of "sexual experimentation."
One mom decided to hide $100 under a dirty sock as a reward for whichever one of her kids finally puts it in the laundry.
The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff came under fire amid reports that he'd twice called his Chinese counterpart with assurances that the U.S. would not attack or initiate a war with China.
GOP congressmen told Newsweek the White House must be ready to order military operations against terrorist organizations in Afghanistan if they pose a threat.
Singapore's prime minister hopes the deal will "contribute constructively to the peace and stability of the region and complement the regional architecture."
The family had been living in their new home for less than a week when emergency services responded to an incident there and found the three young girls dead.
An excerpt shared with Newsweek of the upcoming book "Peril" adds another insult to a long list of heated rhetoric exchanged between both leaders.
China's Foreign Ministry was asked about this week's controversy surrounding "secret" phone calls Gen. Mark Milley made to his opposite number in Beijing.
The team of opposition politician Alexei Navalny has accused the tech giants of censorship for the removal of the "smart voting" app.
A "Simpsons" fan decided to get a 142-word rant from Abe tattooed on themselves which has been hailed "amazing and awful."
Fruit flies are unfortunately a summer staple for many homes, but this trick could help put an end to that.
Maj. Bobby Jones has been missing in action since his plane disappeared from radar in South Vietnam on November 28, 1972.
A spiraling number of new COVID-19 patients is overwhelming a growing number of American hospitals as the Delta variant continues to wreak havoc in the U.S. and around the world. Follow Newsweek's liveblog for all the latest.
The new Korean drama starring Lee Jung-jae sees 456 people battle it out in a series of survival games for a 46.5 billion Korean won prize.
"The problem of abortion, abortion is more than a problem, abortion is murder," Pope Francis said. "Scientifically, it's a human life."
Russia's top diplomat says he and his Chinese, Iranian and Pakistani counterparts "can make a difference in the region in helping the Afghan people to get out of the crisis created after the 20 years of the war, launched by the United States and NATO."
An internal document showed Facebook employees alerting their bosses of violent behavior from cartels and human trafficking groups.
"I can only accept the consequences of this judgment as the minister with ultimate responsibility," Foreign Minister Sigrid Kaag said.
Prime Minister Ariel Henry dismissed two government officials this week for seeking to interview him regarding President Jovenel Moïse's assassination.
In Japan, the missile can hit approximately 80 U.S. military installations except those at the northernmost tip of the nation. Whereas in South Korea, the missile could reach all 73 U.S. military bases.
Earlier in the week, rumors flew that the Taliban's pragmatist commander Abdul Ghani Baradar was killed amid a dispute with the ideological section.