Days after talks resumed between the United States and Taliban negotiators to end America's longest-running war, an American convoy near Bagram Airfield was targeted by a car bomb.
A week of social media chaos has shown how vulnerable British voters are to disinformation, whether it is being directed from abroad or closer to home.
The Department of Homeland Security lashed out at the doctors on Tuesday, branding them "radical political activists."
Newsweek partnered with STEM.org to rank America's Best STEM High Schools. We found successful schools in every region of the country.
Longines has combined the femininity of materials and dynamic lines to create the new Conquest Classic. Perfectly suited for the women of today, it remains faithful to the brand's iconic elegance while offering new dials that mix mother-of-pearl, diamonds and touches of pink.
Architects do much more than plan and design houses, factories, office buildings, and other structures. You might be surprised how diverse the career can be. Find out more.
It is important to check whether a school is accredited by a credible global accreditation body and meets internationally agreed quality standards. EQUIS gives you that piece of mind.
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The world is shrinking and the concept of a "global marketplace" has never been more appreciable. Which universities are best preparing tomorrow’s international thought leaders?
The Justice Department's inspector general is testifying about the FBI's counterintelligence probe into the Trump campaign and potential links to Russia, which was a precursor to the Mueller investigation.
Eric Holder, who was attorney general in the Obama administration, attacked William Barr in an op-ed for "running political interference for an increasingly lawless president."
There is a chance Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn will become prime minister after the U.K. election—and, unlike Conservative Party leader Boris Johnson, he is no friend of President Donald Trump.
"I have lots of people lobbying me," said freshman Representative Elissa Slotkin. "But I'm going to do what I was trained to do as national security professional and as an intelligence officer, which is make my own decision based on what I think is right."
Iran has vowed to defy "hegemonic powers" trying to limit its naval capabilities and has sought to court major Eastern powers amid tensions with the West.
The reported executive order would help the Education Department crack down on anti-Semitism on college campuses, but also stifle boycott movements targeting the state of Israel.
Authorities have not yet said how the suspects, killed during a shootout with police, obtained their firearms or whether they did so legally.
A Tuesday meeting between President Donald Trump and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov ended with Lavrov later contraindicating the White House's readout of the meeting, which states Trump warned against Russian election interference.
The negotiations have not been finalized, but they are a correlation of the country's growing legalization of marijuana—from medicinal to recreational.
Google and Facebook missed making the top 10 in Glassdoor's "Best Places to Work" list, a position which they've historically occupied.
The attorney general has continued to defend President Donald Trump's attacks on the FBI, even after many of his conspiracy theories were debunked.
The snowy streets of Europe aren't the only places to shop for gifts while sipping on hot chocolate. Stay stateside and visit these holiday markets for a wintry wonderful shopping experience.
Vineyard technology is extending from robots to the creation of a new type of disease-resistant grape that may be the solution for the wine region's future production.
Books have always had the ability to transport readers, whisking them away to faraway lands. Cozy up and plot your next getaway at these unique bookstores around the world.
Christmas isn't just an odd holiday in North America. All over the world, people celebrate in wacky ways on December 25, such as rollerblading to church in Venezuela and making a reservation at KFC for Christmas Eve dinner in Japan.
Colombia is living a moment. With President Iván Duque one year into his tenure, the Andean nation is shrugging off its unfair reputation and proving just how vast its previously untapped potential was.
Qatar is one of the fast-growing regional economies and among the most promising in the MENA region, maintaining balanced growth rates despite various global challenges.
As the Skywalker saga comes to a close, celebrate its powerful storyline with Newsweek’s Special Edition. Featuring behind-the-scenes photos of some of the galaxy’s most beloved Jedis.
Commemorate the compassionate legacy of one of the most beloved children’s programming hosts with Newsweek Special Edition. Featuring photos and articles from his life and a first look at the new film starring Tom Hanks.
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