Sweden’s true-crime podcast “Spår” led to Kaj Linna’s release from jail.
Netflix's new 10-part comedy sounds absurd, but it grips you like a headlock.
Even Trump's biggest late-night critic was impressed by his swift and decisive response to the mass shooting.
Olaf, Anna and Elsa will be back in theaters in November.
The filmmaker argues that Whitney Houston just wanted to retire from public life but was forced to continue working until her tragic demise.
The comedian joked that Trump's cabinet meetings have a "check-your-balls-at-the-door" policy.
Parents of Sandy Hook victims have criticized Kelly and NBC for giving him such a prominent platform to air his views.
Trump's alleged attempt at influencing Comey could be as big as Watergate if the people involved were smarter, says Oliver.
The singer returns to Spotify on the same day rival Katy Perry releases her new album. Hmm.
Jack Antonoff takes Newsweek inside his euphoric '80s-inspired pop record "Gone Now."
Net-a-Porter—which sells luxury brands like Gucci and Prada—will no longer stock fur, a move which has been welcomed by animal welfare groups.
"The Late Show" host puts the tough questions to Trump, including about Russian election rigging.
The U.S. president has managed to offend a lot of people in the past week.
The Princess Leia actor left her mark on "Star Wars" and, apparently, Isaac's face
CBS won the season and beat NBC's "The Tonight Show" for the first time in over 20 years.
The president is keeping Colbert from talking about other totally important topics on "The Late Show," like a rat café in San Francisco.
India's greatest sporting hero speaks with Newsweek about his new movie and that special feeling of being out in the middle.
"The spirit of the people of Manchester will grow even stronger," says the British host of the "Late Late Show."
The pop star says she is "so sorry" after a bomb attack kills 22 people at her concert on Monday night.
Donald Trump and "Spicey" led "SNL" to its highest-rated season in over 20 years. Here's why.