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  • Magic Mushrooms: The Almost Safest Illegal DrugMagic Mushrooms: The Almost Safest Illegal Drug
    Just kidding, they’re illegal. Okay, so this isn’t an actual mushroom—it’s a soap bubble. But if you were high right now you’d totally think it was a mushroom.
  • Bernie’s Followers are Taking Over Democratic PartyBernie’s Followers are Taking Over Democratic Party
    Visit one of Donald Trump’s rallies across the country in 2017, and you will still find red “Make America Great Again” hats lending color to muted bleachers and screaming fans. At
  • Trump Road Show Stops in IsraelTrump Road Show Stops in Israel
    U.S. President Donald Trump said Monday there is now a “rare opportunity to bring security and stability and peace” to the Middle East, as he arrived in Israel for his first visit there
  • Ford Names New CEO to Head Troubled Car CompanyFord Names New CEO to Head Troubled Car Company
    RepublishReprint Ford Executive Chairman Bill Ford, unhappy with the auto-maker’s slipping market share and declining share prices, has named James Hackett, 62,  to replace current CEO Mark
  • Marco Rubio Dismisses Trump’s ‘Witch Hunt’ ClaimMarco Rubio Dismisses Trump’s ‘Witch Hunt’ Claim
    Days after President Donald Trump called the probe into his campaign’s alleged collusion with Russia “the single greatest witch hunt of a politician in American history,” Republican
  • Can the U.S. Government Control Healthcare Cost?Can the U.S. Government Control Healthcare Cost?
    Quora Questions are part of a partnership between Newsweek and Quora, through which we’ll be posting relevant and interesting answers from Quora contributors throughout the week. Read more
  • Russia Hit Hard in Global Ransomware AttackRussia Hit Hard in Global Ransomware Attack
    Russia has confirmed its Interior Ministry was targeted by a global cyber-attack using hacking tools reportedly created by the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA). Tens of thousands of computers
  • Trump Mulls West Wing Shake-Up of Key Staff MembersTrump Mulls West Wing Shake-Up of Key Staff Members
    Donald Trump is reportedly considering a team reshuffle that could result in a number of key players facing the axe. According to White House sources, the president may have a “huge reboot” of
  • Scientists Propose Mining Moon to Reach MarsScientists Propose Mining Moon to Reach Mars
    By Gary Li, Ph.D. Candidate in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, University of California, Los Angeles, Danielle DeLatte, Ph.D. Student in Aeronautics & Astronautics, University of Tokyo,
  • Surgeons to Use Hepatitis-Infected Hearts in TransplantsSurgeons to Use Hepatitis-Infected Hearts in Transplants
    Kiran Shelat was willing to try almost anything to get off dialysis. Every night, the civil engineer was hooked up to a machine for 10 to 12 hours, often suffering excruciating muscle aches. And he
  • Men Gang Rape, Murder Woman in IndiaMen Gang Rape, Murder Woman in India
    An Indian woman was gang-raped and then brutally murdered by men who smashed her skull with bricks after she had threatened to inform authorities, police in the northern state of Haryana said on
  • Kara McCullough Wins Miss USA Pushing for ‘Equalism’Kara McCullough Wins Miss USA Pushing for ‘Equalism’
    Miss District of Columbia, a physical scientist working at the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, took the Miss USA crown to the country’s capital for the second consecutive year. Born in Naples,
  • Colin Kaepernick may be ready  to walk away from the NFLColin Kaepernick may be ready to walk away from the NFL
    There’s been a ton of speculation about Colin Kaepernick and why he remains unsigned. Given his national anthem protest, he’s too controversial. He’s on a vegan diet and has lost weight. He
  • One in Five Australians Victim of Revenge PornOne in Five Australians Victim of Revenge Porn
    One in five Australians has experienced some form of revenge porn, a new survey has revealed. The report shows that people from marginalized communities are particularly vulnerable to the abuse,
  • Americans Divided on Right to Have Internet AccessAmericans Divided on Right to Have Internet Access
    Two-thirds of Americans believe access to the internet is a privilege, not a human right, according to a new survey published this week. The survey of 2,000 Americans, conducted by cybersecurity and