Trump continued his pivot from praising Vladimir Putin to now supporting (and taking credit for) Ukraine's resistance to the invasion from Russia.
The offer by the Russian businessman is one of the more direct efforts to target President Vladimir Putin for his invasion of Ukraine.
As the House probe turns to Trump, it's demanding documents and testimony from a lawyer who spoke with the president the day of the attack.
The war in Ukraine is going into a sixth day with no foreseeable ending. President Biden praised the Ukrainian people and said sanctions are working.
Despite invading Ukraine last week, top Russian officials say they want its people to determine their own fate.
Russian and Ukraine begin a new month with more firepower against each other. More western powers have backed Ukraine while shunning Russia. Follow Newsweek for the latest updates.
In a national address, the president of the embattled country said Russia could not take the country's capital.
The CDC has shifted its COVID-19 guidelines to preventing severe disease and preserving hospital capacity, as governors relax COVID-19 restrictions.
Despite the controversy surrounding a far-right Arizona legislator, the state's governor says she's needed to advance his agenda.
A spokesperson for China's Foreign Ministry said the country is committed to a peaceful resolution of Russia's invasion of Ukraine while criticizing the U.S.
The Fox News personality decried the conflict in Ukraine Thursday, days after expressing sympathy for Russian leader Vladimir Putin.
One person is reported dead and six injured after a vehicle ran into outdoor diners in Miami Beach.
The GOP's political map would split the state's most diverse county and put Kansas' sole congressional Democrat on a difficult reelection path.
A bill advancing through the Arizona Legislature would restrict the ability of the public to film law enforcement encounters.
After assuming sweeping powers last week to address the Freedom Convoy, Canada's prime minister said police can handle the situation.
Left-wing lawmaker Rashida Tlaib will respond to President Joe Biden's address as the Democratic Party heads toward a difficult midterm election.
As the pandemic was taking hold, the man singled out a family that was shopping and attacked them with a knife believing them to be Chinese.
A Marine stationed in Okinawa was caught after trying to evade the country's strict cannabis laws.
A blast at a food manufacturing facility in eastern Oregon sent workers to the hospital and officials worried about its community impact.
Prosecutors in Texas' capital city released documents describing charges against police officers. Critics say the move is political.
A Missouri-based newspaper has criticized the state's junior senator for stances it says it embolden Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Russia declared a "military operation" in Ukraine late Wednesday night, early Thursday morning in Ukraine, and a war has begun in Eastern Europe.
A jury determined that a man should spend the rest of his life in prison after defense lawyers argued "he was not put in good soil."
A Mexican woman said she quickly became the accused after bringing a report of sexual assault to Qatari police.
The obscure world record for stacking the button-sized pieces of chocolate candy had proven deceptively difficult to break.
The former vice president was met with the "woke left" as he waded into the current rift in the Republican Party during his appearance.
A new Gallup poll found the proportion of Americans identifying as LGBT has reached new highs, driven by younger generations.
The confrontational anti-government activist made a full break with the party that had already been uneasy with his presence.
As authorities in the U.S. and Canada put cryptocurrencies under more scrutiny, the Republican congresswoman called for caution.
Police found in an investigation that school officials didn't report the alleged abuse as required by law.