Gas prices are trending higher during a time when Americans are already feeling the effects of inflation.
President Joe Biden announced on Thursday that federal offenses of simple marijuana possessions would be pardoned.
"If we're being intellectually honest, Herschel Walker won the primary because he scored a bunch of touchdowns back in the '80s," Geoff Duncan said.
There has been speculation the special master in the Donald Trump classified documents case may leave over "biased" decisions by the presiding judge.
No Great Resignation or quiet quitting here. Newsweek's new ranking reveals the top companies doing what it takes to win the hearts and loyalty of employees.
Biden said that the world would "end up with Armageddon" if Putin followed through on his nuclear weapon threats.
Dr Oz has narrowed his Democratic Party rival's lead in the crunch Senate race, according to a new poll.
Republican Herschel Walker, who is running for a U.S. Senate seat in Georgia, denies claims he paid for his girlfriend's abortion in 2009.
North Korea's strongman leader, Kim Jong Un, has conducted nearly 40 missile tests this year.
The palace's reactionary policy for staff after the Sussexes royal exit has been called an "example of shutting the stable door after the horse has bolted."
"There is a special place in hell for this guy," Merced County's sheriff said about the suspect.
Scientists have found why dinosaurs were on the decline before their extinction.
A joke about annexing Kaliningrad to Poland and the Czech Republic was taken seriously by many in Russia.
An fulfilment center in Albany, New York, is the latest facility to catch fire.
Ron DeSantis and Joe Biden praised one another for their response to Hurricane Ian but social media users were quick to make jokes about their interaction.
Seven publications, including Newsweek, lost 68,504 followers on Monday and Tuesday, sparking speculation that Facebook's owner Meta has purged bot accounts.
"Incompetent military leaders" are to blame for the retreat of Russian President Vladimir Putin's troops in Kherson, said Kirill Stremousov.
Surface colors and countless craters can be seen in this image of the moon, which is the result of 360 individual photos combined.
Monozukuri is the manufacturing philosophy that courses through the veins of Japanese industry, from the largest companies to the smallest. It is a philosophy focused on high-quality craftsmanship, innovation, the pursuit of perfection, and meeting the ever-changing demands of customers and society on which the ‘Made in Japan’ brand has built its unmatchable global reputation over the past decades.
Huge domestic demand, resurgent consumer confidence, strong government investment, and exports performing “exceptionally well” “will ensure that India reigns as the world’s fastest-growing economy over the next few years, driving world growth”, according to a recent paper by global professional services company Deloitte.
During the pandemic, there has been a lot of attention on kindergarten through high school reading and writing skills, along with new phrases coined like COVID learning loss, interrupted learning and COVID reading gap.
Josh gives an update on his home state of Florida in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian before he speaks with Rachel Bovard, senior director of policy at the Conservative Partnership Institute, about Big Tech, the antitrust, and the problems with the Republican establishment.
"Last night, CENTCOM forces conducted a raid in northeast Syria targeting a senior ISIS official," Colonel Joe Buccino said in a statement sent to Newsweek.
Researchers have identified what looks like a fossil from the extinct shark—and the discovery could provide evidence about its migratory habits.
Big questions remain about how China's president would respond if Russia uses nuclear weapons in Ukraine.
The former president is asking the highest U.S. court to act, and an expert told Newsweek it's a "classic scorched earth, heavily bankrolled" litigation tactic.
Fourteen states no longer have any clinics providing abortions as of October 2, which marked 100 days since the Supreme Court's decision overturning Roe.
Rainbow fentanyl—regular fentanyl dyed with food coloring—is an opioid drug responsible for 80 per cent of all overdose deaths in New York City.
The Florida governor has been attacking the "national regime media" in an attempt to deflect criticism for officials' response to the storm, experts say.
While the discomfort of a recession will be felt by most of us, there are ways to prepare your finances to see yourself through any economic turmoil.