Our list of the most anticipated fiction and nonfiction due to arrive this fall. From tales of immigrants finding their way in America to visionary science fiction, from a biography of iconic chef James Beard to the real lives of Neanderthals, there are mental vacations here for everyone.
Firefighters battled a four-alarm fire at Pier 45 in San Francisco on Saturday morning.
Nothing provides a better escape than the pages of a good book. The Newsweek staff has chosen some of the best of this season's fiction and nonfiction that should keep your mind far away from viruses all the way through Labor Day.
Newsweek's top fiction and nonfiction spring books to entertain and excite your imagination from the blustery days of late winter until the sun shines in the spring.
NYPD Commissioner James O'Neill announced Officer Daniel Pantaleo was fired, effective immediately, on Monday.
Nova Spivack wants to preserve all of mankind's knowledge, back it up and store it across the solar system for future civilizations.
Entrepreneur Sukhmeet Singh is buying the straw Indian farmers used to burn and is turning it into fuel and other products— dramatically reducing pollution in the process.
Troy Billett is working to provide power and purify water around the world, one box and one village at a time.
Mazi Ghorbani is an entrepreneur and inventor whose latest venture involves creating a sustainable protein derived from fish in an effort to combat childhood hunger.
Tristan Beaudette was camping with his young daughters in June when he was shot and killed.
A pickup truck driving the wrong way on 1-75 struck the Abbas's car as they were returning from a family trip.
Thirteen-year-old Jayme Closs was reported missing in October, after police found both her parents shot to death inside their home.
Parts of California burned by this summer's Holy Fire were ordered to evacuate on Thursday after severe rain hit the region.