Manchin and Sanders have clashed in public statements amid divisions among Democrats around the $3.5 trillion infrastructure and social spending bill.
Political strategists have suggested the gubernatorial election's outcome may indicate how voters will cast their ballots during the 2022 midterms.
Éric Zemmour has gone from peddling far-right rhetoric on the French version of Fox News to serious political contender.
Top officials from the Baltic states told Newsweek that Moscow and Minsk are weaponizing vulnerable migrants.
Trump's lawyers said a request by the congressional January 6 committee for records linked to the insurrection were "invalid" under the Constitution.
Naveed sits down with Lincoln Project senior advisor Fred Wellman to explain the reasoning behind the court marshaling viral "accountability" marine, Lt. Col. Stuart Scheller after his sentencing. Plus a nod to Colin Powell after his passing.
Newsweek has partnered with Statista to rank the country's Best Physical Rehabilitation Centers.
Customer care and a robust digital platform are Dubai Islamic Bank's key essentials for staying the course over the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR). DIB's sustainable and innovative banking are facing the future of finance head-on.
The previous record for the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, 97 ships, was just set in September.
"What we are doing in passing this congressional map is a disservice to the people of Texas," Democratic state Representative Rafael Anchia said.
More than 1,000 coronavirus deaths were reported by the Russian government task force over 24 hours, the highest since the onset of the pandemic.
Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah disclosed Hezbollah's numbers in a speech Monday, days after seven people were killed amid the violence on the streets of Beirut.
"He was a classic RINO, if even that, always being the first to attack other Republicans," the former president said of Powell.
Terra Field, a senior software engineer, went viral last week after she criticized Dave Chappelle's Netflix special on Twitter.
Johnson Park Animal Haven sits near the Raritan River, in an area that is susceptible to flooding.
Critics and scientists have decried Britain's transition back to behavior that may have been safe before the pandemic, but now leaves people at risk.
China's months-long energy crisis could last until next spring, but the government says it has boosted production to meet the shortage of supply.
The launch spurred South Korean authorities to voice "deep regret" over continued weapons tests from the North despite its efforts to smooth over tensions.
Lawn and garden equipment and specialty vehicles will be affected by the planned ban on small off-road engines by 2024.
The prosecution and defense attorneys remain straightforward in their questioning of possible jurors in the Ahmaud Arbery case.
Polling by a Beijing-friendly newspaper showed 10 percent of Taiwan's public was interested in some form of "unification" with China.
This ranking features the top 250 hospitals for cardiology and oncology, the top 150 for cardiac surgery and pediatrics and the top 125 each in endocrinology, gastroenterology, orthopedics, neurology, neurosurgery and pulmonology.
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