Serious hate crimes and the burkini ban in France prompt a discussion of how to combat anti-Muslim sentiment.
All the reviews that aren’t fit to print.
In 1966, we seemed to think the Beatles were finished.
This week we look at Vladimir Putin's influence on U.S. and European politics of the left and right.
Is political choice a good thing? We compare the U.S. presidential race with a cautionary tale from Spain.
Attacks in Nice and Baton Rouge prompt discussion of how to stop violence by individual actors.
"I don't think we should accept that we are on a definite path out," says Corbyn challenger
At least 84 people were killed and 202 wounded after a truck plowed into a Bastille Day celebration in Nice, the third massive attack in France since January.
The British journalist is seen criticizing U.S.-led coalition air strikes on the radical Islamist group's territory.
Beloved author, activist and humanitarian Elie Wiesel, who died Saturday at 87, spoke to Newsweek in 2006.
The former Mayor of London is widely tipped to replace David Cameron as prime minister.
Cameron announced he would step down in the wake of the U.K.'s vote to leave the EU.
The U.K. has voted to leave the European Union after a tumultuous campaign.