High school personality traits may predict dementia in later life

According to a study published in JAMA Psychiatry, students that displayed higher levels of maturity and calmness were less likely to develop dementia in older age, or develop the condition later. | Continue reading


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NBC hired “Wikipedia whitewasher” to downplay connections to Lauer and Weinstein

Ronan Farrow's explosive new book "Catch and Kill" alleges that Lauer raped a "Today" show co-host. | Continue reading


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The air above Antarctica just got hot fast

Rare atmospheric phenomena called sudden stratospheric warming started at the end of August. | Continue reading


@newsweek.com | 7 days ago

Coral Have a Survival Strategy to Recover from Deadly Warming Events

The findings are some rare good news for corals around the world, which are facing numerous severe threats. | Continue reading


@newsweek.com | 7 days ago

Sea 'boiling' with methane discovered in Siberia

The researchers were able to scoop the bubbling water out of the sea with buckets. | Continue reading


@newsweek.com | 8 days ago

U.S. Has Highest Proportion of Climate Deniers, Survey of 28 Countries Finds

Six percent of Americans denied that the climate is changing, while an additional 9 percent said the climate is changing but human activity is not responsible. | Continue reading


@newsweek.com | 28 days ago

Human Corpses Keep Moving for over a Year After Death, Scientist Says

Research at an Australian "body farm" could have implications for future crime scene investigations. | Continue reading


@newsweek.com | 29 days ago

Behind the Scenes in Putin's Court: The Private Habits of a Latter-Day Dictator

A day in the life inside the iron bubble of the West's public enemy number one | Continue reading


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45% of millennials say cost of living hold them back from buying homes

More than other generations, Millennial respondents also used retirement savings to pay for their first house. | Continue reading


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Anti-Putin Politician Facing Kremlin Raid Uses Drone to Fly Hard Drives Away

Novosibirsk's mayoral candidate Sergey Boyko filmed the drone outside his high-rise apartment block. | Continue reading


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Teenager loses memory every two hours after being kicked in the head

The teenager has to be reminded every day that her uncle is no longer alive, and has to read over detailed notes each afternoon to remember what was said in class that morning. | Continue reading


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"He's had two acts and he's still going to have a third," Klobuchar said. | Continue reading


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Why is cannibalism the ultimate taboo for humans?

Even in the starkest of situations, the act of eating another human's flesh remains almost beyond contemplation. | Continue reading


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Hong Kong Residents to Form 20-Mile Human Chain, Mimicking Baltic Way

The protest along the border with China on August 23 to call for freedom is a homage to actions across the Baltic states in 1989. | Continue reading


@newsweek.com | 1 month ago

Russia Is About to Send a Humanoid AI Robot to the International Space Station

Skybot F-850, also known as Fedor, will take off from Baikonur on the Soyuz spacecraft on August 22. | Continue reading


@newsweek.com | 2 months ago

Fracking in U.S. and Canada Linked to Worldwide Atmospheric Methane Spike

"The commercialization of shale gas and oil in the 21st century has dramatically increased global methane emissions", said the scientist behind the study. | Continue reading


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"GitHub had an obligation, under California law, to keep off (or to remove from) its site Social Security numbers and other Personal Information," the suit says. | Continue reading


@newsweek.com | 2 months ago

Have you sold out your digital twin?

Right now, after you click "I agree," companies face almost no legal limits on what they can do with your personal data for their own profit. It's past time for us to take back the right to our | Continue reading


@newsweek.com | 2 months ago

Yuval Noah Harari under fire for removing Putin criticism from Russian version

The author replaced criticism of Putin with attacks on President Donald Trump and softened his description of Moscow's annexation of Crimea. | Continue reading


@newsweek.com | 2 months ago

Kagome Metal: New Exotic Quantum Material Developed by Scientists

The new material could be used to create devices that don't lose any energy, such as "dissipation-less" power lines and superfast electronic circuits. | Continue reading


@newsweek.com | 2 months ago

Unprecedented Lake Appears in Frozen, High Altitude Landscape

Towards the end of June, Europe experienced a sweltering heatwave that saw the mercury rise to record highs in some areas. | Continue reading


@newsweek.com | 3 months ago

Jobs Talks About His Rise and Fall

From the NEWSWEEK archives: The onetime whiz kid professes no bitterness toward Apple, but he is plainly hurt by his abrupt ouster. | Continue reading


@newsweek.com | 3 months ago

UCLA professor stole missile secrets for China, faces 219 years in prison

Yi-Chi Shih sourced sensitive microchips from an American company whose customers include the U.S. Air Force and DARPA. | Continue reading


@newsweek.com | 3 months ago

Buzz Aldrin: Stephen Hawking Said We Should 'Colonize the Moon' Before Mars

The former NASA astronaut has told of a conversation he had with the renowned scientist. | Continue reading


@newsweek.com | 3 months ago

Dalai Lama Says a Female Successor Must Be Attractive

The Buddhist leader doubled down on comments he made in 2015 when he said an unattractive female Dalai Lama would be useless. | Continue reading


@newsweek.com | 3 months ago

We Wanted to Dry the Nazis Out

White supremacists forced to attend Shield and Sword Festival with no alcohol thanks to activists and court-ordered ban. | Continue reading


@newsweek.com | 3 months ago

Facebook Just Blindfolded War Crimes Investigators

Eliminating Graph Search is a disaster for human rights groups—and we were never even asked. | Continue reading


@newsweek.com | 4 months ago

Apple Reveals 'Lisa': Its $50M Gamble (1983)

Like a magician readying his best trick, Steve Jobs waited for the houselights to dim and the crowd to quiet down. A spotlight focused on a table where a bulky shape lay hidden beneath a buff-colored | Continue reading


@newsweek.com | 4 months ago

HSBC Advises Clients to Get Out of Fossil Fuels

In a private report, distributed to clients analysts warn investors of stranded assets. | Continue reading


@newsweek.com | 4 months ago

Extinct Russian Volcano Has Woken Up and Could Unleash 'Pompeii-Size' Eruption

"When a volcano is silent for a long time, its first explosion can be catastrophic," researcher Ivan Kulakov said. | Continue reading


@newsweek.com | 4 months ago

Silicon Valley in Switzerland: The High-Tech Future of Transatlantic Power

A slew of Silicon Valley luminaries are attending the elite Bilderberg conference at a heavily guarded five-star hotel on the shores of Lake Geneva. | Continue reading


@newsweek.com | 4 months ago

Youtuber Incites Homophobic Harassment of Vox Reporter, YouTube Slow to React

“It’s wild that so much public pressure is needed to get them to enforce their own rules.” | Continue reading


@newsweek.com | 4 months ago

AOC and Ted Cruz agree on bill banning Congressmen from becoming lobbyists‬

"Here’s something I don’t say often: on this point, I AGREE with @AOC. Indeed, I have long called for a LIFETIME BAN on former Members of Congress becoming lobbyists. The Swamp would hate it, but perhaps a chance for some bipartisan cooperation?," Cruz wrote. | Continue reading


@newsweek.com | 4 months ago

Google vs. Oracle’s $9B Case Could Be Headed for the Supreme Court

The ‘copyright case of the decade’ is a $9 billion copyright infringement suit Oracle filed against the search giant, Google, nearly 10 years ago. Google is asking for the Supreme Court to hear the case. Will it happen? | Continue reading


@newsweek.com | 4 months ago

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Attorney General Barr has, like many in the Trump administration, Russian connections. Should he, like Jeff Sessions, recuse himself? | Continue reading


@newsweek.com | 4 months ago

School Shamed Six-Year-Old to Return Lunch Because She Didn't Have Enough Money

Grandfather of Anya Howard said that she was “lunch shamed.” | Continue reading


@newsweek.com | 4 months ago

Flat Earthers and the rise of science denial

I went to a Flat Earth convention. Here's what separates science deniers from scientists. | Continue reading


@newsweek.com | 5 months ago

Ohio School closed after enriched Uranium discovered

Piketon, Ohio, residents suggested a nearby gaseous diffusion plant might be responsible for the uranium. | Continue reading


@newsweek.com | 5 months ago

Agent Discovered Dead in Paris Possessed Encryption Key and Classified Docs

The Italian spy has been identified only as "Massimo I." | Continue reading


@newsweek.com | 5 months ago

US Special Forces School Publishes New Guide for Overthrowing Foreign Government

The report includes 47 case studies spanning from 1941 to 2003, detailing a legacy of mixed results through World War II, the Cold War and the so-called war on terror. | Continue reading


@newsweek.com | 5 months ago

Japanese Knotweed: The Invasive Plant That Eats the Value of Your Home

Underneath the plant’s pretty petals is a ruthless assassin with an insatiable appetite for destruction. | Continue reading


@newsweek.com | 5 months ago

Shrimp Are Testing Positive for Cocaine and Scientists Don’t Know Why

Scientists also found ketamine and a banned pesticides in shrimp. | Continue reading


@newsweek.com | 5 months ago

U.S. in UFO Race with China, Russia, Former Senate Majority Leader Suggests

Former Democratic Senator Harry Reid wants the U.S. to obtain UFO technology before China and Russia. | Continue reading


@newsweek.com | 5 months ago

UFOs Invading Military Airspace Multiple Times per Month. Public Won’t Be Told

UFO sightings are a frequent occurrence at military bases, with incursions on their airspace by mysterious aircraft multiple times per month. But the military keeps anything it learns classified. | Continue reading


@newsweek.com | 5 months ago

Sabre, computer system that underpins the airline reservation system, is down

They were reporting not being able to check in or book flights. | Continue reading


@newsweek.com | 5 months ago

ACLU Warns Immigrants of 'Possible Violation of Their Constitutional Rights'

The American Civil Liberties Union and other civil rights organizations issued a travel advisory for Florida on Monday, warning that immigrants could have their constitutional rights violated by legislation the state is considering. | Continue reading


@newsweek.com | 6 months ago

Senator John Kennedy of Louisiana accused his Democratic colleagues of “doing everything they can to create a controversy” over the Mueller report. | Continue reading


@newsweek.com | 6 months ago

Leadership Lessons from 'Game of Thrones'

More than just a show, "Game of Thrones" offers a trove of leadership lessons for managing groups and implementing change. | Continue reading


@newsweek.com | 6 months ago