Some lawmakers paid hundreds of thousands of dollars over the past year alone.
The Cass County Republican Party has circulated the letter of censure to other Indiana GOP county committees.
The Twitter CEO engaged with several users who were critical of former Twitter employees after an internal review showed the company use to "filter" content.
"I've screamed for the children I would never have, the growing old, my friends, the life I was supposed to live," Natalie Fornasier said in an Instagram post.
"The damage led to a massive power outage of approximately 45,000 customers," the FBI in Charlotte, North Carolina, said in a statement.
While Japan’s real estate market has traditionally been dominated by domestic players, the ratio of foreign entities making direct investments nearly doubled in two years, from 19% in 2019 to 38% in 2021, as institutional investors searching for a safe haven to park their money during the pandemic poured billions into Japan during the pandemic.
One of the most tranquil luxury stays in the world, the Baglioni Resort Maldives is a 5-star luxury resort located on the remote natural island of Maagau in Dhaalu atoll.
One of Europe’s economic wonders, the country of fire and ice is a global hotspot for sustainable solutions, with a business environment that is fast-moving and focused.
Lauren Bealore, associate director of state & local policy at Prosperity Now, joins Krital Knight to talk about the decline in black homeownership and what we need to do to fix it.
Security experts told Newsweek that the prisoner swap signals that the U.S. and Russia is returning to Cold War-era patterns.
The Arizona senator has angered party colleagues by blocking several Biden proposals. But she now appears to be reaching out to the base with moves on marriage equality and immigration.
"The first-ever China-Arab States Summit is unquestionably the highest-level diplomatic event since the founding of the PRC," analyst Shen Shiwei told Newsweek.
On Thursday night, the Moscow Police Department said that it was looking into a vehicle that was at the scene on November 13 near where the killings occurred.
Mohsen Shekari was hanged for his role in a protest against the regime. The execution has been widely condemned.
The funds in the National Defense Authorization Act are contingent on Taiwan increasing its defense spending year-on-year.
Aldrich, 22, is accused of killing five people in a mass shooting inside a gay nightclub in Colorado Springs.
Jackie Hegarty, 17, was in second grade during the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting. She now advocates for gun reform in honor of her fallen classmates.
"I have to admit it's been a struggle," Dion said on Instagram. "All I know is singing. It's what I've done all my life and it's what I love to do the most."
Tequilla Long said "justice" would be all those involved in being extradited.
The first inmate put to death by lethal injection in the U.S. was Charles Brooks Jr. on December 7, 1982.
Police are confident they now know the identity of the boy and that they have located his birth certificate after a DNA breakthrough.
"Scientologists are convinced they can cure themselves of diseases like cancer," former Scientologist Remini told "Rolling Stone."
Pedro L. Gonzalez, editor at Chronicles Magazine and senior fellow at the American Principles Project, joins Josh to talk about his big new report, "The Transgender Leviathan," which exposes a hyper-sexualized and profit-seeking agenda being foisted upon America's children.
The women are on the move! Nicole recently flew to Austria to be one of the first journalists to test drive the new Fisker Ocean electric SUV. While she was there, Eileen was in Sweden checking out a new Volvo and exploring Stockholm.
"Moments ago I spoke to Brittney Griner," President Joe Biden posted on Twitter. "She is safe. She is on a plane. She is on her way home."
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy so far appears to be short of the 218 votes necessary to take the gavel.
"I think that we need these veterans to come together and start solving some of these big problems," Gonzales told Newsweek.
Kenneth Mains, a former law enforcement official told Newsweek that the new information released by police "is a big revelation."
A Russian woman was among 25 people arrested in Germany over a suspected plot to overthrow the German government.
Mohsen Shekari, a demonstrator convicted of "waging war against God," was put to death on Thursday morning, according to state media.
Herschel Walker became the final high-profile GOP candidate to lose their midterm election after being defeated by Raphael Warnock in a Senate runoff.
While the Supreme Court discusses 303 Creative LLC v. Elenis, Newsweek looks at how each judge stands on same-sex marriage.