Hulk Hogan, Peter Thiel and the sex tape that brought down the gossip site are part of a larger story about freedom of the press.
The head of Goldman Sachs just blasted off another tweet seemingly slamming the president.
Laci Green calls herself "the very pinnacle of a social justice warrior."
Chaffetz would hardly be the first Republican to trade Capitol Hill for Fox News' studio in Midtown Manhattan.
The discovery of the tunnel dug by Jews to escape extermination by the Nazis raises hopes—and disturbing questions.
Largely liberal California finds itself oddly relevant in the GOP nomination race, as the contenders stump for votes, delegates.
Why is it so hard to to find out who killed Mitrice Richardson? Look no further than the L.A. County Sheriff's Department.
A recent ruling in Oslo is yet another strike against a form of punishment that reeks of medievalism.
By killing the desert, we save those parts of the world that are not desert—a battle of competing visions that Death Valley Jim is fighting.
The Showtime series closely tracked the rising threat of ISIS.
Hungarian director László Nemes's film tells the story of the Jews who worked in the gas chambers at Auschwitz-Birkenau.
"Newsweek" staffers recount what TV shows had them hooked, for better or worse, this past year.
From 'City on Fire' to Jonathan Franzen to Donald Trump's poetry to Alexandra Kleeman, it's been a banner book year.