NYPD arrested Frank R. James Wednesday afternoon in Manhattan after a nearly 30-hour manhunt. Live updates have ended.
Musk's recent tweets could offer insight into his possible plans for Twitter following the Tesla CEO's acquisition of 9.2 percent of Twitter shares.
Will Smith "can even go to the afterparty" despite the ban for slapping Chris Rock on stage, SNL "Weekend Update" cohost Colin Jost said.
Ukraine has rejected Russian forces ultimatum for the besieged Mariupol. Live updates for this blog have ended.
President Biden outlined consequences if China supports Russia amid its invasion in Ukraine during call with President Xi Friday as more than 9,000 civilians evacuated Ukraine.
U.K. intelligence suggests Russia's invasion of Ukraine has largely "stalled on all fronts" as attacks on Ukrainian civilians continue.
Ukrainian President Zelensky invoked Pearl Harbor and 9/11 in an address to Congress as war enters fourth week.
Russia-Ukraine peace talks stalled until Tuesday.
President Joe Biden announced the U.S. will downgrade it's trade status with Russia, ban key Russian imports. Live updates have ended.
Several injured after an airstrike 'completely destroyed' a children's hospital and maternity facility in Mariupol. Follow Newsweek for the latest.
Fighting between Russia and Ukraine nears two full weeks and fighters from other countries have been called upon to help.
Putin has said Russia has "no ill intentions" towards it's neighbors, while the U.S. has vowed to "defend every inch" of NATO.
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.
Mayor Vitali Klitschko warned the capital now "lacks the infrastructure necessary to receive food and medical deliveries."
January 7's drawing had a cash option of $191.5 million.
The MLBPA called the lockout a "dramatic measure," after commissioner Rob Manfred said he hoped it would "jumpstart the negotiations."
President Biden said the Omicron variant is "cause for concern not a cause for panic" after meeting with advisers Monday.
Teenager Rittenhouse has told the court he acted in self-defense in shooting three men, two fatally, on August 25, 2020.
Presiding Judge Bruce Schroeder's behavior caught the attention of many watching the trial.
Trader Joe's customers nationwide are being urged to check their home freezers over fears the chicken products could contain bone fragments.
A group of 13 lawmakers are urging President Biden to keep the line running to prevent further disruption and possible rising energy bills.
Trump's plans to launch a new party were thwarted by GOP leaders threatening to stop paying his post-election legal bills, the book claims. Trump denies the report.
Ocasio-Cortez hit back at commentators such as Joe Scarborough, Don Lemon and Candace Owens, who suggested the party needs to address the "woke" perception.
President Biden discussed the Build Back Better Act, China, Colin Powell and more in the CNN event hosted by Anderson Cooper.
Manchin's latest financial disclosure shows he earned more than twice his Senate salary in 2020 via shares in a contractor for a power plant that burns waste coal.
Full child tax credits would reportedly be limited to households earning less than about $60,000 a year, under Manchin's demands.
An email sent on behalf of Trump attacked "the lying Left," and insisted the ex-president was cheated. There is no evidence of widespread voter fraud in 2020.
Photos also showed President Biden and the first lady emerging from a Michelin-starred seafood restaurant without masks.
Low job take-up is not a result of a labor shortage, the former labor secretary argues, but American workers demanding better wages and childcare support.
Jonathan Toebbe hid a memory card containing secret data inside a sandwich at a prearranged location, while his wife, Diana Toebbe, kept lookout, the DOJ claims.