On Monday, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the 303 Creative LLC vs. Elenis case.
The Bureau is conducting three times as many domestic terrorism probes as it was five years ago—and spending less on LGBTQ, race, antisemitism.
Chinese protesters are risking it all to challenge the 'Zero COVID' strategy. 'There's a direct correlation' to the U.S., says an American arrested 33 times.
An expert told Newsweek it's possible that Iranian authorities will carry out death sentences and then claim that those executed were agents of foreign powers.
Since the killings of four students last month, police have not said anything about a suspect or person of interest, and no weapon has been found.
One of the most tranquil luxury stays in the world, the Baglioni Resort Maldives is a 5-star luxury resort located on the remote natural island of Maagau in Dhaalu atoll.
One of Europe’s economic wonders, the country of fire and ice is a global hotspot for sustainable solutions, with a business environment that is fast-moving and focused.
In Japan, construction and energy companies have responded by implementing sustainable business practices as the Nippon nation looks to lead the way towards a greener future.
While Japan has faced stiff competition from regional competitors in recent decades, Nippon companies still dominate when it comes to high mix, low-volume B2B technologies excelling in niche fields where they are reputed for their high-quality technologies that cannot be replicated by regional peers.
Famous for its overwater villas, rustic-luxe design, and magical blue lagoon, Gili Lankanfushi was named the number-one hotel in the Maldives, and top 5 in the world, in the 2018 TripAdvisor’s Travellers’ Choice awards. Located on its own private island, Lankanfushi, the luxury resort is only a 20-minute speedboat ride from Male airport, which means guests can arrive and begin unwinding in their villas within an hour of landing – all without the stress of a seaplane.
Russia launches a new round of missile strikes on Ukraine Monday. Follow Newsweek for the latest.
The MoveOn petition accuses the former president of violating the 14th Amendment over his actions around the January 6 riot.
A viral tweet alleges Jill was a 15-year-old babysitter for the president's family before they were married.
Atatiana Jefferson, a Black woman, was fatally shot by the white former police officer through a window in Fort Worth, Texas.
A woman accused Horner of being a rapist in a Facebook post from 2019, three years before his arrest in the case of Athena Strand.
"But we're not just gonna sit there and take no for an answer," DeSantis said on Monday. "We wanna cut through bureaucracy."
Hip-hop icon Kanye West, who announced he's running for president, has come under fire for his antisemitism in recent weeks.
The Donald Trump-endorsed candidate's campaign for the Georgia Senate seat has been met with a string of controversies and scandals.
The suspect confessed to kidnapping the 7-year-old girl from the driveway of her Texas home and later directed police to her body, officials say.
President Joe Biden got big laughs for his zinger regarding George Clooney's marriage to lawyer Amal Clooney.
"Utterly void of conscience and lies without qualm," Owens tweeted of fellow right-wing commentator Yiannopoulos on Sunday.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's husband wore a hat and glove to the Kennedy Center Honors on Sunday.
The "Good Morning America" host and co-star Amy Robach's relationship went public last week.
Josh rips into Donald Trump for recently hosting a dinner with Ye and other less-than-palatable guests at Mar-a-Lago. Then we're joined by Matthew Tyrmand, an investigative journalist and conservative activist, to talk about recent troubles in Brazil and the future of national populism in Europe.
Amid COVID protests, the totalitarian state is trying to choke dissent on U.S. soil through surveillance, intimidation and even violence, a Newsweek investigation reveals
In the latest trailer for Harry and Meghan's Netflix docuseries, the prince discussed his family and the couple's relationship with the press.
"A graduate student doing a Master of Divinity program is now magically a double major, also getting an MBA," a senior academic said regarding Olivet's fraud.
In a game of turnout, Libertarian votes are probably Walker's best chance at victory.
Salamondra Robinson has said she wants the FBI to do more and make arrests over the death of her daughter.
An investigation was launched into the Glenwood Resource Center following allegations that some vulnerable residents had been used as human guinea pigs.
News comes after comments from Tehran suggested otherwise.
Barrett has not recused herself from the case despite calls for her to step down due to her affiliation with anti-gay Christian groups.