"This case is about the rightful ownership of the famed Newsweek brand," says the suit, which asks a New York court to cancel a 2018 deal.
Authorities in Akron, Ohio, revealed Sunday that Walker was unarmed when law enforcement fatally shot him last week.
Jeff Bezos shared his tweet as Americans face crippling gas prices at the pumps.
This includes Fourth of July weekend, one of the biggest times for air travel in the U.S.
Boston Mayor Michelle Wu called the group's action cowardly.
Eileen and Nicole travel to Palm Springs to drive up a mountain (on the pavement) and on the King of the Hammers course in the new Ford Bronco Raptor. Then Nicole sets off for Arizona to drive the new Cadillac Escalade V-Series. They also share what mittens and the Chevrolet Traverse have in common.
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Russia's defense minister Sergei Shoigu told President Vladimir Putin that Russia's troops have "full control over Lysychansk," according to the ministry statement.
The airport told travelers to allow additional time for travel after they cleared a security threat on Sunday afternoon, and temporarily suspended some service.
Civilians are not allowed to own full automatic firearms in Denmark, and semi-automatic weapons and handguns require special authorization.
"I took it as a Spot Ricky picture for my partner and daughter," the owner said.
Thousands came out to protest constitutional reform plans that would have weakened the status of the autonomous Karakalpakstan province.
"Wordle" is a global phenomenon with millions of players who take part to solve daily puzzles.
President Joe Biden's evolving views on abortion have come under scrutiny in the wake of the SCOTUS's Roe v. Wade ruling.
Residents are called upon to help fight any aggressions, whether it's from Moscow or Minsk.
First responders on Saturday were able to locate the man's hand and bring it to the hospital where he had already been taken for treatment.
Seeking an abortion will become more difficult for victims, including young girls, in a post-Roe world, critics argued.
The Defense Department announced more missile systems and ammunition are being provided to Ukraine.
The president's approval rating may be a bad sign for Democrats as they face difficult midterm elections this November.
"Goodbye racial undertones! It's my favorite and re-theming will only make it better," one Twitter user wrote of the updates..
Set to become the world’s third-largest economy within the next ten years and with a population projected to surpass 1.5BN, India is becoming a global powerhouse.
Josh Hammer reflects on a week of historic conservative victories at the Supreme Court. Then we're joined by Dr. Kevin Roberts, newly minted president of The Heritage Foundation, to talk about the path forward.
Beau was a sweet and obedient yellow lab mix, a rescue who instantly won my heart.
A potential Department of Justice investigation of the former president could upend both parties' campaign strategies in crucial midterm elections.
One expert said a bigger BRICS bloc "could, in theory, facilitate economic linkages and step into gaps that U.S. institutions are not filling due to sanctions."
Last July, President Joe Biden made a series of inaccurate predictions on the pandemic, the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan and rising inflation.
Trump's chances of returning to the White House have dramatically fallen since the damning testimony of Cassidy Hutchinson.
New data shows that industrial production and manufacturing dropped in May compared to 2021.
Bill Adams, chief economist for Comerica Bank told Newsweek the "jury is still out" on whether there will be a recession as some analysts have predicted.
The Brennan Center for Justice warned that the Supreme Court's decision in Moore v. Harper could "enable partisan interference in ballot counting."