The speech will lay out Sanders’s “vision of a progressive American foreign policy."
Trump’s address was, with a few exceptions, relatively measured and aimed at garnering international support for action against North Korea.
Public display of swastikas and anti-Semitic chants are protected by the First Amendment, and in some states it is lawful to bring firearms to celebrations of Nazi nostalgia. All of this is lawful, but there are consequences.
It was only fitting that the former White House spokesman appeared at Sunday night's Emmy awards.
Ken Burns aims to win hearts and minds with his epic Vietnam series, but loses sight of how we got involved.
Police Officer Jason Stockley was acquitted today in the shooting death of Anthony Lamar Smith. Newsweek reviewed court documents and broke down the arguments.
Trump is making deals with Democrats but is this a return to old-fashioned bipartisanship or more weirdness from The Donald?
Despite all other global phenomena, their unending feud remains larger than life.
Harvard has a funny way of instilling the ideals of government service in its students.
Single-payer fever is sweeping the Democratic Party, but many are resisting—and for good reasons.
Steve Bannon returned to Breitbart News promising "war." So far, however, the right-wing news site has been functioning as his own personal publicity shop.
The U.S. is trying to get China to crack down on North Korea but threats to sanction Beijing just aren’t believable.
Stephen K. Bannon delivered a blustery, forceful defense of Trump and Trumpism, reliving the glory days of the presidential campaign and holding steadfast in his conviction that Trump's presidency would yet accomplish its grandest goals.
Did you watch 'An Inconvenient Sequel'? Probably not. But you should.
The deal with Democrats and the hard and soft lines on deporting Dreamers are signs Trumpland is getting even weirder.
President reaches budget, debt, hurricane-aid deal with Pelosi and Schumer.
The dangerous politics of revanchism are on full display in the Trump administration.
Kicking out Dreamers won't keep the American electorate white forever.
The president has had a years-long obsession with the size and scope of natural disasters.
The strategy to thwart North Korea could work similarly to the strategy that ultimately defeated Moscow.
Rush Limbaugh knows a hoax when he sees one.
Republicans in Congress are hoping to push the wall and the DACA battles into 2018.
When it was published, the "Flight 93 Election" essay published on the Claremont Review of Books website was the most sound argument to vote for Trump. It has not stood the test of time.
Some figures on the right believe the adverse weather was the fault of the LGBT community.
"The alpha males are back," Sebastian Gorka said in December. Now, they're all gone.
A pro-immigration advocacy group is trying to save DACA so some undocumented individuals who entered the country before the age of 16 could remain in the U.S.
The North Korean leader isn’t an irrational wack job. But that doesn’t mean his actions won’t lead to a catastrophic nuclear war.
Scientists and intelligence analysts continue to question whether undetected sound waves could cause a sudden onset of hearing loss.
Fifty years after Israel seized control of the West Bank, the Palestinians may have finally lost their bid for independence.
Donald Trump loves the sheriff’s toughness, ignoring Joe Arpaio’s violation of human rights and democratic norms.