News organizations are teaming up with tech giants to fact-check stories shared online.
Among white users, prescription opioids seem to be a gateway drug to heroin.
On Monday, the attorney general threatened to cut Department of Justice grants to the cities.
The bureau monitored a Russian crime ring in the building from 2011 to 2013.
China has also provisionally authorized 38 trademarks for Trump and a related company.
The president wants to boost defense spending and gut funding for other agencies.
It’s not easy to sue the president, but that won’t stop these plaintiffs.
In 2017, Kuwait and Bahrain carried out their first state-sanctioned killings in several years.
There has been a 39 percent drop from January to February in the arrest of undocumented migrants.
The experienced diplomat takes the role amid investigations into Trump’s ties with Russia.
The country’s leader, Sultan Qaboos bin Said, has ruled for 46 years but reportedly has terminal cancer.
Sir Jeremy Greenstock speaks to Newsweek about when intervention is justified.
The ex-U.K. foreign minister speaks to Newsweek after Kenya postponed its closure of the refugee camps.