"The President looks forward to their continued participation and is confident that the Members will help expeditiously end this brazen political vendetta on behalf of the American people," the White House announced.
A new poll shows that 71 percent of Republicans believe that witnesses should testify during President Donald Trump's impeachment trial.
The worsening situation at makeshift camps in Idlib province comes as Russian-led airstrikes saw at least 18 people killed on Tuesday.
Shahab Dehghani's attorney told Newsweek he had a valid F-1 student visa at the time of his deportation.
With interest from international investors up 70 percent in 2019, Saudi Arabia is becoming an investment powerhouse—a transformation supported by its flourishing financial services industry and rapidly expanding private sector. Read more.
We’re used to doctors bustling in and out when in hospital, but it’s the reassuring presence and professionalism of the nursing staff that we rely on. What sets the best ones apart?
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.
Newsweek is launching a new Weather section in partnership with The Weather Channel
Logic dictates that when you need a good personal injury attorney, you’re going to be in a stressful, vulnerable and overwhelming situation. It is vital that you speak to an attorney who can ensure that you are not taken advantage of. We look at some of the leaders in the field.
A heated debate over Republican rules preceded President Donald Trump's impeachment trial in the Senate.
The U.S. military said "an unknown Jordanian extremist" who is "a loyalist to the Jordanian kinglet" may be plotting to attack Tower Barracks in Grafenwohr or Tower Barracks, Dulmen, according to a report seen by Newsweek.
Senator Elizabeth Warren has joined calls for Shahab Dehghani's deportation to be halted.
Survivors of the pseudoscientific practice aimed at changing a person's gender or sexuality linked to suicide shared their experiences with Newsweek.
Experts in the field have hailed the "exciting" discovery but cautioned that it is still at an early stage for cancer immunotherapy research.
Clinton also said she would not "go there yet" when it came to deciding on whether endorse Sanders if he gets the Democratic nomination.
The cutting-edge camera can capture motion like shockwaves and possibly even the signals that travel through neurons—but don't expect to get your hands on one anytime soon.
"A trial with no evidence—no existing record, no witnesses, no documents—isn't a trial at all," said Democratic Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer.
The eldest son of the civil rights activist said the African American community would exist in "a different way" if it was as well off as the president suggested.
"Mike Pence does indeed know the guy," Joseph Bondy wrote on Twitter as he posted footage of his client with the vice president and second lady Karen Pence.
Ayatollah Ali Khamenei suggested Washington does not want his regime's "religious democracy" to succeed.
How will the trends of the last year and decade evolve and shape the way we travel in 2020 and beyond? We talked to a few experts to find out.
Despite the dangers, tourists continue to flock to these volatile places for incredible views and to take a peek at Mother Nature's temperamental hotspots.
In honor of the 100th anniversary of the passing of the 19th Amendment, which guaranteed women's right to vote in the U.S., we look at other impressive female advancements over the past 100 years.
A recent revival of falconry offers a thrill to visitors who stand to play an integral role in efforts to protect the majestic Maltese bird.
President Volodymyr Zelensky’s government has been given the largest mandate in modern Ukrainian history, ensuring the passing of long-awaited judicial and land market reforms. Find out more.
Discover how a new pro-business government has acted quickly to introduce reforms that are stimulating economic growth, fast track large-scale developments and attract investments to both traditional and emerging sectors.
The rewards for a career in the legal profession are many and varied, and demand for lawyers is high. So which schools produce the best lawyers?
The world desperately needs sharp, incisive and capable journalists to cut through the noise with measured and nuanced takes on today's pressing issues. For these looking to find their voices, an education at a leading journalism school is invaluable.
International schools are not created equal and each one possesses a unique blend of qualities and educational specializations. Find out which one is best for your child.