The current occupant of the White House does not represent the views of the majority of Americans.
The decision was marred by poor timing—as it was made following criticism of the Trump Administration for border separations.
President Trump claims this is "the best economy in the history of our country." So why are his own policies wrecking it?
Newsweek spoke to Reverend James Martin, S.J., an American Jesuit priest and the editor-at-large of the Jesuit magazine “America.”
Netanyahu announced Israel’s per capita GDP had risen to $42,115—ranking Israel 24th in the world.
Even if the Pentagon budget were cut in half, the United States would still outspend China, Russia, Iran, and North Korea combined.
This is a crisis—but we won’t find the remedy in more punitive measures that take us back to the war on drugs.
Lots of supposedly smart people laughed when Trump suggested the days of 3 or even 4 percent annualized growth might be just around the corner.
Deprived of purpose, too many men turn to empty substitutes for true manliness: a macho culture that prizes sexual conquest or physical strength.
It's done nothing to stop women being denied the smallest of freedoms, yet Saudi Arabia has served on the UN Human Rights Council for over a decade.
The domestic propaganda and international legitimacy win for Kim can't be emphasized enough.
To all of the good dads out there—thank you. Not enough is written about you.
Moscow’s government is sending tons of waste into the surrounding regions—and residents are fighting back.
It should’ve been a carefree night of dancing, laughing and celebrating life.
"Coastal communities face a crucial question: whether they can rebuild in ways that make them better-prepared for the next storm while also conserving their natural resources."
In the Kasai, girls are preferred to boys in conflict because they are 'better' at following rules.
The crux of America’s crisis: Our system of government was designed to constrain power, but Trump doesn’t want his power to be constrained.
Between protests in Gaza, arson kites, a cancelled game with Argentina and an enormous Pride parade, Israel remains a study in contradictions.
The three-day policy forum is attended by senior politicians, central bankers, elite financiers and the heads of some of the world’s largest companies.
This is paradise according to Islam, Judaism, Christianity...and Eric Clapton.
The people who know most about issues of American governance have spent their lives studying them.
Let’s stop pretending that we can enact gun control without impacting responsible gun owners.
Evidence suggests that diabetes drugs might be an effective treatment for Alzheimer's patients.
Only once in our history—in 1861—did enough of us distrust the system so much we succumbed to civil war.
Her sympathetic attitude towards Trump runs counter to the image Hollywood portrays—that he’s a bigoted, evil demagogue.
Childlike robotic models or "pedobots" could normalize the sexualization of children.
Misleading headlines might encourage patients to alter their treatment—with potentially tragic consequences.
The #WearOrange campaign invites everyone who agrees we can do more to save American lives from gun violence to do one simple thing.
The most important question is whether killing prisoners with nitrogen is cruel and unusual, the constitutional threshold for death penalty implementation.
Trump should apologise for his hateful statements.