Insiders say the United States will remain in the Iran nuclear accord, but will soon announce that Tehran is not abiding by the terms of the deal—and try to re-negotiate it.
Outlets like Infowars keep insisting there's a chance the shooter was radicalized.
A new program will have the EPA working with lobbying groups to "reduce unnecessary regulatory burden."
For conservative media outlets, the ease with which assault weapons can be obtained in many states was not an appropriate topic of discussion after the Las Vegas massacre.
Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones is spewing hateful lies about the Las Vegas mass shooting.
“One never engages in a war of words with a psychopath,” one crisis expert says of the NFL's response to President Trump.
The president has long railed against the agreement—and claims he’s made up his mind. But insiders tell Newsweek he’s still mulling his options.
The far-right news site is known for its vitriolic attacks.
Trump’s threat to nuke North Korea has experts poring over the fine print on presidential authority.
Republicans and Democrats alike can learn from the late-night host's campaign against Graham-Cassidy.
Sean Hannity returns to his 9 p.m. slot, which puts him in direct competition with MSNBC's liberal firebrand Rachel Maddow.
The GOP is now divided between the right wing and the really right wing.
A radical right-wing party, AfD, won seats in the German Parliament for the first time in six decades. Germany is not alone in the resurgence of extremism.
The former Fox star goes Tina Fey's "sheetcaking" route by avoiding issues on her morning show debut.
“In both Europe and the United States, the international order…is under great strain,” Sanders said.
The TV host continued his criticism of the latest effort by congressional Republicans to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.
The vessel operators claimed they were heading to China and South Korea but wound up in North Korean ports.
Michael Grimm is back, and possibly running for Congress, after a long and hard fall from grace.
Kimmel blasted Republican Senator Bill Cassidy's effort at a repeal of the Affordable Care Act.
As the former White House press secretary takes off on his image rehabilitation tour, it seems that his remorse, which should be galactic in size, is limited to his statement about Trump’s “historic” inauguration.
The speech will lay out Sanders’s “vision of a progressive American foreign policy."
Trump’s address was, with a few exceptions, relatively measured and aimed at garnering international support for action against North Korea.
Public display of swastikas and anti-Semitic chants are protected by the First Amendment, and in some states it is lawful to bring firearms to celebrations of Nazi nostalgia. All of this is lawful, but there are consequences.
It was only fitting that the former White House spokesman appeared at Sunday night's Emmy awards.
Ken Burns aims to win hearts and minds with his epic Vietnam series, but loses sight of how we got involved.
Police Officer Jason Stockley was acquitted today in the shooting death of Anthony Lamar Smith. Newsweek reviewed court documents and broke down the arguments.
Trump is making deals with Democrats but is this a return to old-fashioned bipartisanship or more weirdness from The Donald?
Despite all other global phenomena, their unending feud remains larger than life.
Harvard has a funny way of instilling the ideals of government service in its students.
Single-payer fever is sweeping the Democratic Party, but many are resisting—and for good reasons.