Donald Trump's bump in popularity may not last for long.
The president has had a years-long obsession with the size and scope of natural disasters.
An in-depth look at America's election system shows how woefully unprepared the nation is for another attack.
Who knows? Maybe one day history will repeat itself.
Donald Trump said he'd be the "greatest jobs president God ever created," but that does not appear to be happening.
The power of music can unite communities during times of tragedy, experts tell Newsweek.
"We saw what was in the president and the first lady's hearts that day, not what was on their feet."
Female candidates may have an unprecedented opportunity to win office in the age of Donald Trump.
Fox News host Jesse Watters claimed "some really weird biblical things" were happening in Texas after Hurricane Harvey.
The president tweeted a talking point made seconds before by a Fox News contributor.
The tears have been steadily streaming ever since Donald Trump's controversial press conference on Tuesday.
Every other recent president swiftly decried the alt-right in the wake of Charlottesville.
The only difference now is that white supremacists believe they have an ally in the White House.
Kellyanne Conway could have one of her highest-earning years in recent history under President Donald Trump.
The hotel defended its signs requiring only Jews to shower before using the pool facilities.
"The same people that are demanding that the Confederate flag comes down are the same people that are insisting that the rainbow flag goes up," said a pundit on Fox News.
The president's trips to his Manhattan residence have already cost the city over $56 million.
Media is constructing a "narrative" by "associating the president with these [racist] groups," Fox host says.
Saudi Arabian fans overwhelmingly supported the pop star after dabbing at his concert.
Democratic operatives tell Newsweek the party needs to embrace progressive issues if it is to have any shot at victory in 2018.
There is no escaping nuclear fallout in general, so you might as well accept your fate.
The White House didn't have a clear answer as to whether the president was advised on his fiery North Korea remarks.
We spoke to aging experts and used photo editing apps to make an educated guess.