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Kamala Harris Dancing To Cardi B Joins List Of Other Politicians Who’ve Gone Viral [Video]Kamala Harris Dancing To Cardi B Joins List Of Other Politicians Who’ve Gone Viral

This video of Sen. Kamala Harris dancing to Cardi B’s ‘I Like It’ while preparing for a speech has gone viral. Harris's communications director Lily Adams shared the short clip on Twitter.

Newsweek -   02:02

U.S. Recognizes Venezuela Opposition Leader Juan Guaidó As President [Video]U.S. Recognizes Venezuela Opposition Leader Juan Guaidó As President

The United States, Brazil, Canada and other nations have recognized Juan Guaidó as the interim President of Venezuela following a motion by the National Assembly deeming Nicolás Maduro an illegitimate leader.

Newsweek -   01:09

Wilmer Valderrama Chokes Up After U.S. Recognizes New Interim President Of Venezuela [Video]Wilmer Valderrama Chokes Up After U.S. Recognizes New Interim President Of Venezuela

Actor Wilmer Valderrama shared an emotional message of solidarity with Venezuela on social media moments after the U.S. recognized opposition leader Juan Guaidó as interim president.

Newsweek -   00:36

Chinese Researchers Clone Five Gene Edited Disease Monkeys [Video]Chinese Researchers Clone Five Gene Edited Disease Monkeys

Researchers in China have cloned five monkeys from a gene edited individual susceptible to certain diseases. Footage from the Institute of Neuroscience at the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Shanghai shows the monkeys in an incubator.

Newsweek -   00:48

Trump Blames 'Radicalized' Democrats After Pelosi Cancels His State Of The Union Speech [Video]Trump Blames 'Radicalized' Democrats After Pelosi Cancels His State Of The Union Speech

Nancy Pelosi has barred President Trump from deliver his speech from House chamber until government is reopened.

Newsweek -   00:20

‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ Director Bryan Singer Accused Of Sexual Assault [Video]‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ Director Bryan Singer Accused Of Sexual Assault

4 men have accused Bryan Singer of sexual assaulting them as minors in the late ‘90s, according to The Atlantic.

Newsweek -   01:34

Could Kamala Harris Win In 2020? [Video]Could Kamala Harris Win In 2020?

Kamala Harris is a junior Senator of mixed race ancestry hoping to make history by becoming president. A rising star in the Democratic Party, Harris has caught national attention for her outspoken attacks on the Trump administration. But who exactly..

Newsweek -   08:21

Chris Brown Released After Being Detained In Paris On Suspected Rape Allegations [Video]Chris Brown Released After Being Detained In Paris On Suspected Rape Allegations

Chris Brown was released from police custody in Paris after being detained on allegations of aggravated rape and drug violations brought forward by a 24-year-old woman. The assault allegedly took place in a hotel suite after the 2 met at a nightclub..

Newsweek -   01:37

Sean Hannity Awkwardly Gives Ocasio-Cortez New Nicknames [Video]Sean Hannity Awkwardly Gives Ocasio-Cortez New Nicknames

Conservative host Sean Hannity tried to give Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez new nicknames, proposing “O-socially...O-socialist-o” in a radio segment.

Newsweek -   00:20

Bebe Rexha Calls Out Designers Who Won't Make Her Dresses Because She's 'Too Big' [Video]Bebe Rexha Calls Out Designers Who Won't Make Her Dresses Because She's 'Too Big'

The pop songstress calls out on Twitter designers for refusing to dress her for the 61st Annual Grammy Awards on February 10.

Newsweek -   00:49

Political Figures React To Supreme Court Grant For Trump's Military Transgender Ban [Video]Political Figures React To Supreme Court Grant For Trump's Military Transgender Ban

Many political leaders were outraged by the Supreme Court's decision to ban transgender soldiers from serving in the military. Kirsten Gillibrand also shared a video showing Army leaders saying they have no problem with transgender people's service in..

Newsweek -   02:00

Chris Cuomo: Trump 'Plays Favorites When It Comes To Bigotry' [Video]Chris Cuomo: Trump 'Plays Favorites When It Comes To Bigotry'

Chris Cuomo claims that President Donald Trump 'plays favorites' when it comes to 'bigotry', highlighting that he ignored Steve King, but defended the Convington kids.

Newsweek -   00:35

Top 10 World’s Best Countries [Video]Top 10 World’s Best Countries

The US News & World Report has published the annual rankings of the world's "best" countries based on a range of categories, including its allure as a travel destination, business friendliness, cultural influence, modernness, entrepreneurship, quality..

Newsweek -   01:42

5 Foods That Have Anti-Aging Properties [Video]5 Foods That Have Anti-Aging Properties

Several things like wine, or cheese for example, get better with age. However, the same cannot be said about our skin. The first signs of aging start appearing from your mid-20s. While we cannot reverse the aging process, we can surely slow it down...

Newsweek -   03:48

Joe Biden Criticizes Trump Administration During MLK Jr. Event [Video]Joe Biden Criticizes Trump Administration During MLK Jr. Event

During a Martin Luther King Jr. Day event on Jan. 21, 2019, former Vice President Joe Biden took aim at a spirit of hate he believes has been re-awakened and legitimized under the current Trump administration. Many pundits believe this speech is a..

Newsweek -   00:27

Chris Brown Arrested In Paris Following Rape Allegations [Video]Chris Brown Arrested In Paris Following Rape Allegations

Chris Brown has been arrested in Paris on allegations of aggravated rape and drug violations brought forward by a 24-year-old woman. The assault allegedly took place in a hotel suite after the 2 met at a nightclub in the city. 2 others identified as..

Newsweek -   01:31

Oscars 2019 Nominations: Biggest Snubs And Surprises [Video]Oscars 2019 Nominations: Biggest Snubs And Surprises

From "Black Panther" making history to Bradley Cooper being shut out of the Best Director category for "A Star Is Born," here are the biggest snubs and surprises from the 2019 Oscars nominations.

Newsweek -   03:03

France And Germany Sign ‘European Army’ Deal [Video]France And Germany Sign ‘European Army’ Deal

German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron have signed a deal that brings them closer to forming a "European Army."

Newsweek -   01:05

Black Panther Makes Oscars History With ‘Best Picture’ Nomination [Video]Black Panther Makes Oscars History With ‘Best Picture’ Nomination

"Black Panther" has made Oscars history by becoming the first superhero movie to be nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture.

Newsweek -   01:05

Arizona Lawmaker Proposes Porn Tax To Fund Border Wall [Video]Arizona Lawmaker Proposes Porn Tax To Fund Border Wall

Arizona State Rep. Gail Griffin (R) has presented a bill to potentially end the feud over President Trump's $5.7bn request.

Newsweek -   01:01

Did Trump's Lawyer Rudy Giuliani Reveal There are Tapes? [Video]Did Trump's Lawyer Rudy Giuliani Reveal There are Tapes?

President Trump's attorney Rudy Giuliani says he listened to tapes while refuting reports that the president directed Michael Cohen to lie. Veuer's Justin Kircher has the details.

Veuer -   01:07

Colorado Republican Claims Whites And Blacks Were Lynched In Near Equal Numbers [Video]Colorado Republican Claims Whites And Blacks Were Lynched In Near Equal Numbers

Lori Saine, a Republican representative, stood on the Colorado House floor on January 18 and told her colleagues that whites and blacks had been lynched in near-equal numbers in the late 1880s for simply being Republican.

Newsweek -   01:30

Scientists Reveal 'Ideal Diet' To Save People And The Planet [Video]Scientists Reveal 'Ideal Diet' To Save People And The Planet

An international team of experts has warned we must drastically change how we produce and eat food in order to successfully feed a global population expected to hit 10 billion by 2050. Music Credit: Audioblocks 'Binary Code'

Newsweek -   03:49

'MAGA' Hat Student Denies Mocking Native American Elder [Video]'MAGA' Hat Student Denies Mocking Native American Elder

The teenager at the center of controversy regarding a viral video some are calling racist has condemned "misinformation and outright lies" regarding media reports in a statement released Sunday. 

Newsweek -   02:22

Report: Mexican Drug Traffickers Disrupt Vampire Bat Study [Video]Report: Mexican Drug Traffickers Disrupt Vampire Bat Study

Researchers studying the venom of vampire bats in Mexico had their work interrupted by drug cartels. Veuer's Justin Kircher has the story.

Veuer -   00:56

5 Things You Did Not Know About Probiotics [Video]5 Things You Did Not Know About Probiotics

Here are the five thing you didn't know about probiotics. Probiotics are foods or supplements that contain living microorganisms that help to cultivate good bacteria in our bodies. But it is said that one should discuss with a dietitian before taking..

Newsweek -   02:50

Family Guy - 7 Things You Didn't Know About The Animated Series [Video]Family Guy - 7 Things You Didn't Know About The Animated Series

On Jan. 31, 1999, creator Seth Macfarlane debuted Family Guy. In honor of its 20th anniversary, these are seven things you didn't know about the Emmy-nominated comedic animated series.

Newsweek -   02:13

4 Healthy Habits For A Longer Life [Video]4 Healthy Habits For A Longer Life

Here are 4 healthy habits to help you live a longer life.

Newsweek -   01:18

Tips For Dental Health [Video]Tips For Dental Health

Maintaining dental health needs a lot of discipline. From brushing teeth regularly to the kind of paste that we use, here are five tips for dental health. Music Credit: Audioblocks 'Upbeat Fresh Playful'

Newsweek -   03:31

Kamala Harris Releases Video Announcing 2020 Presidential Bid [Video]Kamala Harris Releases Video Announcing 2020 Presidential Bid

Senator Kamala Harris released a video on social media announcing she will be running for President in 2020.

Newsweek -   00:31

What Happens To Your Body When You're Cold [Video]What Happens To Your Body When You're Cold

Cold weather can be unpleasant, and prolonged exposure can be deadly. For this reason, our body responds in a number of ways when we are cold

Newsweek -   03:05

2-Year-Old Toddler Approaches Police With Hands Up As Parents Get Arrested [Video]2-Year-Old Toddler Approaches Police With Hands Up As Parents Get Arrested

Police body-cam footage showed a two-year-old toddler walking towards the police with her hands in the air as her parents get arrested, and the police assure her she is fine letting her mother take her.

Newsweek -   00:27

Donald Trump Shares Video To Celebrate Two Year-Anniversary Of Leadership [Video]Donald Trump Shares Video To Celebrate Two Year-Anniversary Of Leadership

President Donald Trump shared a video to celebrate the two year-anniversary of him taking office. He said Jan. 20, 2017 "would be remembered as the day the people became the rulers of this nation again".

Newsweek -   01:25

Laura Loomer Storms Women's March Stage, Accuses The Organizers Of Hating Jews [Video]Laura Loomer Storms Women's March Stage, Accuses The Organizers Of Hating Jews

Laura Loomer interrupted a speaker during the Women's March in Washington, DC on January 19. In a video shared on Twitter, the right-wing activist appeared onstage attempting to speak over a woman standing at a podium. "The Women's March hates Jews,"..

Newsweek -   00:36

Students In 'MAGA' Hats Mock Native American Elder At Indigenous Peoples March [Video]Students In 'MAGA' Hats Mock Native American Elder At Indigenous Peoples March

A ground of young students wearing "Make American Great Again" hats continuously ridiculed a Native American elder at an Indigenous Peoples March in Washington, DC on January 19. Nathan Phillips, an Omaha tribe elder and Vietnam veteran said he heard..

Newsweek -   02:00

Women's March On NYC 2019 Spreads Message Of Unity Despite Controversy [Video]Women's March On NYC 2019 Spreads Message Of Unity Despite Controversy

The 2019 Women's March drew thousands of people to New York City. Organized by the Women's March Alliance, the rally flooded the streets with demonstrators, protest signs and political chants.

Newsweek -   03:07

Snacks To Help You Sleep [Video]Snacks To Help You Sleep

Here are seven snacks that will help you have a restful sleep.

Newsweek -   02:58

Patrick Warburton On Creating Character Voices Like Kronk [Video]Patrick Warburton On Creating Character Voices Like Kronk

Patrick Warburton breaks down how he developed the voice for his character Kronk in Disney's 'The Emperor's New Groove' and how he stays energized when voice acting.

Newsweek -   01:26

Attorney General Nominee Barr: Trump Would Be Guilty Of Obstructing Justice If He Told Cohen To Lie [Video]Attorney General Nominee Barr: Trump Would Be Guilty Of Obstructing Justice If He Told Cohen To Lie

During the confirmation hearing for Attorney General Nominee William Barr, the nominee asserted under oath that any person, including a president, who convinced a witness to change their testimony would be considered having committed obstruction.

Newsweek -   00:23

Camden Man Viciously Throws Coffee At 16-Year-Old McDonald's Employee [Video]Camden Man Viciously Throws Coffee At 16-Year-Old McDonald's Employee

A Camden man threw coffee at a 16-year-old McDonald's employee on December 21 2018 after complaining that he was waiting too long for his order. The man has now been arrested.

Newsweek -   00:30

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