Do you want to put your loved ones at risk? If you're not afraid for yourself, at least be afraid for your grandma or uncle. This virus is scary and it's very real.
The Roman Catholic Church and Orthodox Jewish synagogues in the Brooklyn and Queens borough of New York City sued to challenge attendance limits at houses of worship.
Svetlana Tikhanovskaya told Newsweek she hopes the president-elect "will fulfill his promises" to target the strongman leader Alexander Lukashenko.
California Health Secretary Dr. Mark Ghaly said Tuesday that it was "important to say no even when it comes to the closest people on our family."
The number represents more than one-third of the total COVID-19 deaths reported in the U.S. thus far.
Stop thinking about being a teacher and get started on your path to one of the most rewarding careers in the world. Find out where to get qualified.
With over 15,000 business schools worldwide, it is increasingly difficult for prospective students, executives, corporate partners and other stakeholders to recognize a quality institution. That’s where an EQUIS Accreditation comes in. Find out more.
If you are thinking about a career in Healthcare, you will want to start with the best qualifications from the top schools. Which ones are at the cutting edge?
What does it take to be a leader in Global Education? What sets the best Universities apart from the others on the world stage? Find out more.
Meet the toymakers and brands who are lending a helping hand to science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education.
Introducing Newsweek's first ranking of the financial institutions that best serve their customers' needs in today's challenging times.
In the first part of this special, we rank the best hospitals in cardiology, oncology and endocrinology.
"It is my Great Honor to announce that General Michael T. Flynn has been granted a Full Pardon," President Donald Trump tweeted on Wednesday.
There has been no evidence of mass voter fraud in the 2020 presidential election despite the Trump campaign's claims.
The president has been encouraged to consider granting himself a pardon, though the view on if he can do so is split while public opinion aligns against such action.
A stalemate over a further relief package continues, with differing stances blocking the passage of a deal through Congress.
People who write off the Trump presidency as an aberration or a blip are perhaps missing the true direction of the Republican Party and the American right.
The stock market rally is at odds with claims Trump made during the election campaign that a Biden victory would lead to a crash.
Meghan Markle announced she has lost her second child to a miscarriage and described "watching my husband's heart break as he tried to hold the shattered pieces of mine," in a powerful essay for the New York Times.
Chinese Vice President Wang Qishan also congratulated Vice President-elect Kamala Harris on the same day, China's state-owned Xinhua News Agency said.
Los Angeles County officials are discussing a ban, with the county's public health director warning that hospitals being overwhelmed "is now a very real possibility."
"This does seem suspicious," said law professor John Coffee Jr., but "you need more than suspicions to convict."
The former Fed Chair has a mixed record on fiscal policy, having called for debt-reduction measures that are closer to austerity but also touting the need for "extraordinary fiscal support" in the pandemic.
Mikhaila Peterson was responding to a report that said Penguin Random House Canada's decision to publish her father's new book prompted an outcry among employees.
The advert links to the job application web page of the U.S. Digital Service website.
"The stock market is not the economy," the progressive senator from Vermont tweeted.
The article claims "treasonous swamp rats" in the government are trying to steal the election as the president continues his unsubstantiated claims of widespread voter fraud.
"ICE should listen to the medical and public health experts who want the agency to stop terrorizing our communities and deporting harmless people during this pandemic. It's needless, cruel, and undermines the COVID-19 containment efforts," Warren tweeted on Wednesday.
Rev. Martin Hunter said Emanuel, as Chicago's mayor, helped cover up the murder of Laquan McDonald in 2014 for his own political again.
Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) suggested the commander-in-chief use his pardon powers "effectively and robustly."
Louisiana, Oklahoma and South Carolina top states where people said they will be eating thanksgiving dinner with those outside their own homes.
Delfin Lorenzana has pointed to increased tensions in the South China Sea, adding that his country would be in the line of fire.
Adam Kinzinger of Illinois, a member of the foreign affairs committee, told CNN that Democrats and Republicans agree on '90 percent' of foreign policy.
Beijing's Taiwan Affairs Office stressed the watch list would only include a few "diehard" pro-independence individuals and those who finance them.
Sidney Powell appeared at a recent Trump campaign press conference, though a later statement insisted she was not part of the legal team.
While Americans are celebrating Thanksgiving, Native Americans show a different side to the day by commemorating their ancestors who were killed. On the 50th Anniversary of the Day of Mourning, Indigenous peoples are once again fighting an epidemic and to get their voices heard.
The Texas city is still owned money after Donald Trump held a campaign rally at the El Paso County Coliseum last February.
President-elect Joe Biden has reaffirmed his belief in the Good Friday Agreement and that nothing should put Irish peace in jeopardy.
The kingdom’s groundbreaking hosting of this month’s G20 Leaders’ Summit puts its stunning transformation in the global spotlight. Discover how Saudi Arabia is realizing opportunities for all.
See the latest in AI and tech sponsored by Berlin Partners. Artificial Intelligence is becoming really big in Berlin. A survey of the German AI startup landscape shows that today there are almost as many AI startups in Berlin as in the rest of Germany combined. Don't miss the new section.
These are some of the most highly rated careers areas today. How do you get started in them?
In partnership with Statista, we established a ranking providing information and insights to help you during this challenging time.
The best Art, Design and Architecture schools use a recipe consisting of a blend of ingredients. Read more here.
75% of Roofstock users are first-time real estate investors, and more than half are under 35.
Newsweek partnered with global market research firm Statista Inc. to rank the best U.S. treatment facilities that focus on addiction.
Newsweek has partnered with Statista Inc., the global market research and consumer data firm, to develop the ranking of the world's best hospitals for the third year.
A social media campaign called UnfollowThePres is urging Twitter users to abandon the president's account, saying he will soon no longer be "relevant to our national conversation."
Ahead of a proposed withdrawal U.S. troops from Iraq and Afghanistan by mid-January, national security adviser Robert O'Brien says president wanted "to put a stop to America's endless wars."
The controversy centres on British-made series, "A Suitable Boy," which follows the story of university student, Lata, in her search for a husband in North India in 1951.
The president's vote haul places him in the position of being a continued influence on the Republican Party, with speculation mounting of him being given another chance to run for office.
Joe Biden won the majority of Latino votes, but Donald Trump made gains in some heavily Hispanic cities and counties, leaving Democrats to do autopsies that are critical to the future of the party's big-tent approach.
One of the space rocks measures nearly 160 feet in diameter.
The former Federal Reserve chair called for Americans to receive "extraordinary" support amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov said that as votes were still being recounted, he would not comment on the U.S. election result.