In the final analysis of swing voters in the 2020 election, Trump dominated online conversations—and didn't end up being to his advantage.
Mexico's leftist president is helping Trump's immigration policies, in exchange for complete American non-intervention in his own affairs—something that may not be as easy under Biden.
Biden has vowed to restore the JCPOA, but some of Trump's actions are irreversible.
The Israeli hard right might find it difficult to get game changers like annexation past a Biden administration, but the Democrat is not seen as likely to roll back Netanyahu's gains under Trump.
A weekly tracker of the social media sentiment of 40,000 swing voters offers troubling signs for President Donald Trump just days before the 2020 election.
For the President, the first shot at an October surprise has landed in his own foot.
A look back at what Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, Trump and others said about Obama's Supreme Court nominee back in 2016.
Biden's impact on voter sentiment, meanwhile, has improved from underwhelming to almost whelming.
The experts told Newsweek what campaigns should be doing when expecting an extended ballot count.
The fierce political gamesmanship over Ruth Bader Ginsburg's seat could ultimately be good for our country and for the Court too. Here's why
The prospect of a Supreme Court fight adds another variable into an already tumultuous presidential election.
Republican lawmakers are anything but champing at the bit to attend a massive political convention featuring thousands of people in the middle of a coronavirus hotspot.
The president has disregarded critics who urge him to wear a face mask and downplayed the severity of the pandemic.
The only mention of the holiday came from White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany, who read a prepared statement from behind a lectern to reporters that she said was from Trump.
NewsGuard's Misinformation Monitor tracks misinformation with exclusive data from five countries. Here's the June 2020 edition.
The growing call among some liberal and racial activists to defund or disband police forces has acted as political ammunition for Republicans and conservatives amid demands for law enforcement reform.
Republicans, already hesitant to dole out more federal relief as the country reopens, view the encouraging numbers as justification to delay—or forgo altogether—additional spending.
Washington, always one step behind reality, couldn't hear what its own commander on the ground was saying: We don't need to federalize the National Guard.
In 1967, black households earned 55 percent of what white households earned. In 2014, it was 61 percent. At that rate of improvement, black household incomes should catch up in 2410—maybe.
You are allowed to go out but you should stay at home but you should support local businesses but you mustn't gather in groups, unless it's outside. But stay at home.
NewsGuard's Misinformation Monitor tracks misinformation with exclusive data from five countries. Here's the May 2020 edition.