Over the weekend, South Korea was forced to push its alert level to its highest point after at least six deaths were reported.
"We demand an apology from [Chris Matthews]—and we're still waiting for [Chuck Todd's] apology," IfNotNow said.
The archives, which open on March 2, chronicle a fraught period for the Vatican, during which time it remained silent about the Holocaust.
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Enter the sweepstake for your chance to meet music sensation Adam Lambert and attend the live taping of his appearance on Newsweek Conversations.
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Sanders has garnered 34 delegates and emerged as the clear front-runner after winning the popular vote in the first three Democratic presidential primary contests.
The CBS News/YouGov poll revealed that Republicans are far more confident than Democrats, with 90 percent of GOP registered voters expecting the president to win re-election.
"He won Iowa. He won New Hampshire. He won Nevada," Marianne Williamson told a crowd at a Sanders rally in Austin, Texas.
Intelligence officials had reportedly warned House lawmakers that Russians will continue their attempts to interfere in the 2020 election.
The Vermont senator made political history Saturday with his Nevada caucuses victory, becoming the first candidate from either party to win the popular vote in all three early states.
He also suggested that billionaire Michael Bloomberg "spend millions in South Carolina" to defeat the Vermont senator.
The Department of Homeland Security banned use of the social media platform on department-issued mobile devices.
The 64-year-old died after his homemade steam-powered rocket crashed moments after takeoff near Barstow, California.
The widely condemned rule is expected to roll out across all 50 states on Monday.
Fans showed up with all kinds of signs to shame the Houston Astros for being found guilty of sign-stealing, only to have their own signs confiscated.
The new Harrison Ford-led adventure vehicle has been projected for a $28 million opening.
Several airlines are offering lower prices for flights to Asia, while others have reduced their services to the region due to falling demand.
In honor of the Notorious B.I.G.'s 2020 induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, here's a look at how the icon moved rap from a counterculture into the mainstream.
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Newsweek's top fiction and nonfiction spring books to entertain and excite your imagination from the blustery days of late winter until the sun shines in the spring.
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.
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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.