Forty-three people have died in military service this year, and just nine families have confirmed they've heard from President Donald Trump.
The president falsely accused the Clintons of profiting from a major nuclear industry deal.
The comedian said her solution to sexual harassment was the "Pull Out Your Dick, Get Replaced By a Chick" policy.
People who used drugs like magic mushrooms or LSD were 12 percent less likely to have assaulted someone and 18 percent less likely to have been arrested for violent crime.
The U.S. ambassador to the United Nations firmly told Russia, "Don't interfere in our elections."
"I feel like I did murder her," he told police at one point. "I helped her so much."
A majority of Americans see North Korea as a more immediate threat than ISIS or Russia, but they do not see eye-to-eye with the White House's strategy.
Italian Actress Asia Argento has left Italy after she says the media attacked her for sharing her story of how Harvey Weinstein assaulted her.
Not since Reagan’s first year in office has change and disruption come so fast from the White House.
President Donald Trump has made another explosive and unsubstantiated suggestion on Twitter.
The AG offer Senators a new account of how he engaged with Russian officials.
“When I hear Spencer saying, ‘For us, it is to conquer or it is to die,’ I hear echoes of ‘Mein Kampf,’” a University of Florida historian tells Newsweek.
How much El Chapo will reveal and what will become of his cartel are the two outstanding questions now that his fate is all but sealed.
Newsweek spoke with former intelligence and law enforcement officials to find out how Russian intelligence operatives would have approached trying to collude with the Trump campaign.
President Trump never gave a formal address of the attack, nor condolences, even after the White House confirmed he was briefed on the deaths.
Rep. Frederica Wilson's staff have reported multiple threatening phone calls in row over president's treatment of dead soldier's widow.
An old copy of Newsweek with the autograph of Steve Jobs on its cover will soon be up for auction and consignor Diane Williams is hoping for big money.
George W. Bush's ethics chief says Trump doesn't understand pain of military families because he "stayed home during Vietnam with his sore foot."
People were more concerned about the threat from North Korea than from ISIS.
The gender wage gap persists, and the reasons for this issue are complex.
A judge's sign-off is still needed to make the settlement effective
The president mentioned Kelly's son, who was killed in Afghanistan in 2010.
Senator John McCain said the Trump administration is not being upfront about what happened in Niger.
Girls have always surpassed boys when it comes to the number of adoptees from foreign countries to the U.S., until now.
The free speech advocate said the president's finances make him vulnerable, as does "road kill" in his past.
Robots kill more people than sharks. And the CDC worries it will only get worse.
Analysts say North Korea may have to move on to other tunnel testing sites or build new ones.
Hashtags like #PrayForSomalia and #IAmMogadishu, referring to the terrorist attack that killed 300, failed to trend on social media.
Remember when Trump said he'd "always wanted" to be awarded a Purple Heart?
Fusion GPS has accused House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes of an "abuse of power."