Art Spiegelman discusses the legacy of "Maus" amid "fascist" book bans
The award-winning cartoonist spoke with Newsweek about his books being banned in schools across the country and how that has impacted his art.
Who is Neal Bledsoe? Actor quits channel after Candace Cameron Bure remarks
"I hope GAF will change, but until everyone can be represented in their films with pride, my choice is clear," Bledsoe said.
Kyrie Irving tweets "being free" image after Nike deal ends
"There's nothing more priceless than being free," read the caption of a gif that the Nets star tweeted on Monday. Nike confirmed that the partnership has ended.
Real ID deadline extension leads to jokes about flying cars, Mars mission
The Department of Homeland Security said Monday that the deadline for REAL ID enforcement is now May 7, 2025.
What is #CandyChallenge? K-pop group starts new dance trend
NCT Dream shared a video dancing to their upcoming song, along with the hashtag #CandyChallenge, encouraging fans to join in on the dance.
Charlamagne tha God slams Kanye West for still wearing Balenciaga
Balenciaga has been under scrutiny for a controversial ad campaign involving children, and Kanye has been criticized this week for his comments about Hitler.
Britney Spears' birthday: A look back at her remarkable year
Friday marks the singer's 41st birthday and a little over a year since she was released from her 13-year conservatorship.
"Apologize to Lisa" trends as BLACKPINK fans call out Spotify
Lisa of BLACKPINK was attacked online after being mistakenly named Spotify's Most Streamed K-Pop Soloist of 2022.
Republican Jewish group tells conservatives: "Enough is enough" with Kanye
On Thursday, the rapper claimed that he made antisemitism "popular" and gave praise to Adolf Hitler on Alex Jones' InfoWars show.
Tory Lanez trial in alleged Megan Thee Stallion assault starts: What's next
Jury proceedings have begun and testimony is set to be heard in the Canadian rapper's trial in connection with the shooting.
"GMA" hosts T.J. Holmes and Amy Robach romance rumors: Fans cite "evidence"
Both "Good Morning America" hosts shut down their Instagram accounts on Wednesday following reports that they were together.
Macron state dinner menu: What Biden is serving French president
The White House is preparing to host its first state dinner under the Biden administration on Thursday.
Stevie Nicks writes handwritten note for Christine McVie: "Don't forget me"
Christine McVie, a keyboardist, co-lead vocalist and songwriter for Fleetwood Mac, passed away on Wednesday at age 79.
Christine McVie mourned in tributes for late Fleetwood Mac member
The legendary Fleetwood Mac singer-songwriter and keyboardist passed away at the age of 79.
Will Smith's skin color gives him "total pass" for Oscars slap: Megyn Kelly
"If Will Smith were white and had assaulted Chris Rock, a black man at the Oscars, he would never work again a day in his life," Megyn Kelly said on Wednesday.
How Spotify Wrapped compares to Apple Music and YouTube's year-end reviews
Spotify Wrapped, Apple Music Replay, and YouTube Music Recap have all been released this week as the world looks back on what they've listened to in 2022.
"AHS" star Isaac Powell talks importance of show's LGBTQ representation
Isaac Powell chatted with Newsweek about "American Horror Story" season 11 and his Broadway origins.
Christian Pulisic as Captain America pic floods Twitter after goal on Iran
The United States took the win against Iran 1-0 on Tuesday and advanced to the knockout stage for the first time since 2014.
Calls grow for Balenciaga to face punishment similar to Kanye West
"I hope yall treat Balenciaga the same way y'all treated Kanye," a Twitter user wrote. Balenciaga still faces criticism for its controversial ad campaign.
Trump disappointed but Biden is too old, says Gene Simmons of KISS
"I am an ageist, depending on the vibrancy and the mental alertness of what you've got," the 73-year-old bassist said in regard to President Joe Biden.
Balenciaga issues "sincere apologies" for ad campaign: Read full statement
"Balenciaga reiterates its sincere apologies for the offense we have caused and extends its apologies to talents and partners," the luxury fashion brand said.
Elon Musk and Stephen King's war of words escalates to Twitter HQ invite
The horror novelist has been one of Musk's biggest critics since his Twitter takeover in October.
#FreeKesha movement explained as Kim Petras defends working with Dr. Luke
The hashtag is currently trending after singer Kim Petras defended working with music producer Dr. Luke on social media.
Heroic 11-year-old runs into apartment fire to save 2-year-old sister
"If I didn't save my sister I would've been mad at myself because I could've saved her easily," 11-year-old La'Prentis Doughty told local station WBOC.
AOC blames inflation on "monopoly power," from Ticketmaster to groceries
The ticket broker is under investigation after chaos ensued during the presale of Taylor Swift's coming tour tickets.
Donald Trump Jr. says "the West ceded moral high ground" to Qatar
Qatar has been a controversial choice to host the World Cup amid allegations of human rights violations and its anti-homosexuality laws.
"KPOP" musical writer Jason Kim talks bringing Korean culture to Broadway
The first Broadway musical to showcase an aspect of Korean culture is set to officially open at the Circle in the Square Theatre on November 27.
Which other countries celebrate Thanksgiving?
Thanksgiving is recognized as primarily an American holiday, but some other countries also set aside a day to reflect and give thanks.
Glen Powell denies rumors that he's playing Cyclops in the MCU
"I'm a fan of all those movies, they do great stuff, but I know nobody's talked to me," the actor told Newsweek while promoting his new film, "Devotion."
"Top Gun" star Glen Powell talks returning to the skies for "Devotion"
The 34-year-old actor spoke with Newsweek about the high-risk makings of the new Korean War film, as well as the possibility of returning for "Top Gun 3."