'The Internet? Bah!:' Revisit just how wrong scientist Clifford Stoll was in 1995 on the future of the web.
A conflicting collection of pre-recorded punditry evokes a strong reaction from the U.S. president.
When Anne Gorsuch was EPA administrator in 1983, her actions and scandals almost ruined the EPA. Now a new bill wants to completely abolish the agency.
Donald Trump's upcoming soiree is shaping up to be the least benign presidential inaugural ceremony in American history.
The spy chief submitted his letter of resignation but says he will stay on until the end of the Obama administration.
In honor of Election Day 2016, Newsweek presents 60 years worth of election covers, from 1956 to 2016.
Staff Writer Stav Ziv took top honor as Best New Journalist and Senior Writer Abigail Jones received the Front Page Award for Magazine Interview.
Trump supporters can’t name one scenario that might help mitigate the effects of climate change.
Even pre-#TrumpTapes, the GOP nominee has been trailing Clinton overall and in two crucial swing states.
Essential reading about the two presidential nominees, before they go (candidly) head-to-head.
The contentious presidential campaign is making the politically polarized U.S. even more so.
The Bernie Sanders supporters were in full throat until the first lady managed to shift the mood.