We talked to two guys named Bernie Sanders. They're both leaning toward Trump.
The Republican presidential candidate broke away from his campaign to preside over his company’s new investment.
A majority of Israelis trusts the billionaire magnate more on protecting Israel's security.
Less than half of Trump supporters said they would vote for him because of his political stances.
We put Donald Trump on our cover in 1987. "God forbid that our society would ever put such a man in the White House," one reader responded.
They're rich. They're famous. And they're all in for Donald Trump. Why?
Thousands waited in line for hours to see the struggling presidential candidate speak.
Pop star Aaron Carter tells "Newsweek" that he identifies with Donald Trump: "We do the same kind of thing."
The TV presenter says the Republican frontrunner would be more moderate in office.
It's really, really easy.