"I'm very committed to keeping it real," Bar Rescue's Jon Taffer told Newsweek Conversations. "I'm going to do this my way."
Grossman, currently on the latest season of Ryan Murphy's "'American Horror Story," told Newsweek Conversations she's an accidental actress.
Carter hopes to shed a more nuanced light on the misunderstood Princess Margaret, Queen Elizabeth's only sister.
"I saw a tremendous amount of violence, unfortunately, when I was a little girl," Sunny Hostin told Newsweek Conversations.
'The Kill Team' star Nat Wolff and director Dan Krauss sit down with Newsweek Conversations to discuss their new film, whistleblowers and how Wolff is no longer just a child star.
Statistically, Republicans are more likely to believe in demons, ghosts and aliens than Democrats.
Oscar winner Jennifer Hudson and Tony winner Cynthia Erivo will play Franklin in the competing projects.
Fonda has pledged she will get arrested every Friday in protests demanding that Congress take immediate action on the Green New Deal.
Sallie Mae CEO Ray Quinlan insisted the trip wasn't an "incentive trip," just a "nice spot."
The news that the classic 1995 teen comedy 'Clueless' is getting the reboot treatment as a drama series has left social media totally buggin.
Diane von Fürstenberg has many titles: fashion tycoon, the queen of the wrap dress, and now godmother of the Statue of Liberty.
It was this special piece of advice Modine received from his father as a young man that influenced his performance in 'Miss Virginia.'
Brianna "BB" Hill was shot and killed at 11:30 am CT on Monday in Kansas City. Hill was the second transgender person murdered in the Kansas City area this year, and is estimated to be the 21st nationwide.
A long line of women has played Catwoman to great success (and great failure). How will Kravitz stack up?
The story centers around the sexual assault allegations made against Roger Ailes by former Fox News anchors Megyn Kelly (played by Charlize Theron) and Gretchen Carlson (played by Nicole Kidman).
In a video posted to YouTube, Fonda can be seen being escorted away by Capitol Hill police, hands zip-tied.
Drew Barrymore is coming to CBS with a new daytime TV talk show.
Tesla is warning drivers to charge their cars to "100% today to ensure your drive remains uninterrupted" in the midst of the forced California blackout.
Downey beat the Oscar odds before, can he do it again with 'Avengers: Endgame'?
The drama between the president and former FBI director is coming to CBS.
Pioneering actress Diahann Carroll died Friday at her home in Los Angeles. She was 84.
"Everyone loves a good witch hunt…apparently today we are their witch," Shawn Van Daele, the wedding photographer, told Newsweek.
"Well, I guess I'll go sleep in the woods," Samantha Coyle said she thought after the homeless shelter denied her entry because she's transgender.
The cult labeled the girls a "two-headed dragon" and banished them to be held without food or water in a locked car, where they died.
Someone tell Joaquin Phoenix nobody messes with Robert De Niro.
Aimee Stephens told her boss she is transgender. Two weeks later her boss fired her because she was no longer going to "represent himself as a man." Here's everything we know about her landmark Supreme Court case.
"This is a war against the highest nobleman who has defended our country, and made us safe and great again," Voight said about President Donald Trump.
Pauline del Mundo, 59, was on her way to Cozumel, Mexico for a vacation. She went missing during a layover at the Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport and hasn't been heard from since.