In honor of the 100,000 American lives lost to the pandemic, Newsweek’s iconic logo is grey.
Representative Ro Khanna says Silicon Valley can be a model for the nation. But first, it needs "humility" and new privacy rules.
The embattled Environmental Protection Agency administrator took to Washington a little too eagerly. Now he might be heading back to his hometown of Tulsa.
"I'm disappointed about our side about being silent about serial harassers and abusers, including the one sitting in the White House," Mona Charen said at CPAC.
Facing a potential Democratic wave in November, the president returned to the popular themes of his last campaign to rally conservatives for a tough midterm battle.
Christie left the governor's mansion earlier this week with a 14 percent approval rating. Trump should take note.
The departure underscores the extraordinary consequences of the publication of Fire and Fury, Michael Wolff's book about the turbulent Trump administration.
The political firebrand is willing to 'get up and fight' for the soul of the GOP, despite Roy Moore setback.
Associates of the former White House strategist dismissed as "fake news" a report that he'd consider a White House bid if Trump doesn't run for re-election in 2020.
Despite the losses in Alabama and Virginia, Donald Trump's former chief strategist believes the movement he has come to represent will topple the Republican establishment.
Fox was wildly successful before Trump, and has been in a swoon since he became president. But can too much love be fatal?
The conservative tax cut advocate spoke to Newsweek about the GOP's plan, the role of government and why liberals want to make cats fly.
The film adaptation of David Finkel's book is an unsentimental treatment of the difficulties veterans face when the fighting stops.
An undeveloped island in San Francisco Bay will soon offer world-class public art, not to mention an unbeatable view.
Stephen K. Bannon delivered a blustery, forceful defense of Trump and Trumpism, reliving the glory days of the presidential campaign and holding steadfast in his conviction that Trump's presidency would yet accomplish its grandest goals.
The presence of AntiFa was an ominous sign that an anarchic element can easily hijack what is an otherwise peaceful demonstration.
The first authorized documentary of Christopher Wallace is a portrait of a hip-hop master but also of a place called Brooklyn.
Think of Joshua Green's book as the snack food to tide you over until the full takedown meal.
Only in a society lacking civic faith could so many people believe that a young man was murdered for forwarding what turned out to be embarrassing work emails.
We know of the time before crack. We are not yet in the time after.
"There is nothing noble in being superior to your fellow man," Hemingway once said. "True nobility is being superior to your former self."
"During the '60s and '70s, art was beautifully done, but there was no violence."
The ever-loyal commentator lashed out at Trump's "cry-baby" critics in the conspiratorial liberal media.
The Trump team is using errors by CNN and The New York Times to discount all journalism, save for stories that serve its interests.
Scholar Daniel Matt spent 18 years translating the ancient text into English, making accessible a strain of Judaism that emphasizes personal spirituality over rationality.
With the travel ban and border wall stalled, Trump turns to cruelty to keep immigrants out.
The unity Trump had called for in the wake of the shooting of Representative Steve Scalise was not to be found in this campaign-style speech.
Kelly showed herself to be a responsible and assiduous interrogator even if she had little to show for it in the end. Alex Jones, meanwhile, came off like a sweaty paranoiac.
In the final installment of his Putin interviews, Stone reveals he has more in common with the Russian president than we thought.
The site can't pivot away from right-wing click-bait to sober, deeply reported news any more than Trump can pivot away from paranoid tweets.
The Attorney General may not have revealed much in his testimony, but the reactions say plenty about the state of America.