Retried Lieutenant General Russel Honoré shared his reaction to the January 6 hearings with Newsweek, saying Donald Trump should face criminal charges.
"It was like a film school, a flight school, a master class, all wrapped into this cockpit," Jay Ellis tells 'Newsweek' about working with Tom Cruise in 'Top Gun: Maverick.'
The political strategist talked about his frustration with McCain's choice of running mate in 2008 and the trajectory of the party he left in 2018.
"Even when people do need 911 services," the interim chief of the Seattle Police Department said, "we are not able to respond in an adequate amount of time."
Sarma Melngailis (Pure Food & Wine, Lucky Duck, "Bad Vegan") talks her ex-husband, cult mentalities the documentary that took Netflix by storm.
Olivet, a university with ties to a co-owner of Newsweek, is the subject of a "complex and significant" federal investigation.
The attack is "not being investigated as an act of terrorism at this time," Police Commissioner Keechant Sewell said.
'I would've fired everybody that clarified my statement for me,' Kinzinger told Newsweek. 'I would have done that that day if I was president.'
A senior Ukrainian intelligence official suspected Russia itself was behind the attack, while a former senior U.S. intelligence officer doubted that theory.
Former ICC President Chile Eboe-Osuji told Newsweek that 'the leadership of major countries have contributed to unreasonable restraint on the project of accountability for international crimes.'
"I was 11...playing a tournament in Pilsen. In the morning [my father] called the house and said, "Don't go outside. Russian tanks are outside." So of course we went outside, yelled and screamed and threw rocks.
Signs have emerged that Moscow may be setting its focus on the eastern breakaway republics as its largely-stalled forces turn back their advance on Kyiv.
The Marine Corps order comes as more than 7,000 U.S. citizens have signed up to join Ukraine's International Legion.
"We are looking at the implications and consequences that would be associated with reserve members fighting in a foreign country on behalf of another government," a Pentagon spokesperson told Newsweek.
"We are in an era now, often referred to as the great power competition, where deterrence is a significant part of our mission."
"We do see countries such as Russia and China building up their infrastructure in the north ... at a very advanced rate," a NORAD commander told Newsweek.
There is "a concern that Iran is 'testing' Israel and the U.S. during a chaotic time," former Israeli ambassador to the U.N. Danny Danon told Newsweek.
A Pentagon spokesperson told Newsweek that the Defense Department was "looking into the reported attack near Erbil."
"The gear is huge," retired U.S. Army Colonel Mike Jason told Newsweek. "It's like capturing an enigma machine."
A U.S. military officer told Newsweek that Russia's 40-mile convoy seems a "super juicy target looking from the sky," but Ukrainian forces "can't do anything about it."
"Biden's statement about no U.S. service members in Ukraine opens the door wide to covert drones as well as CIA paramilitary in the country," a former senior U.S. intelligence officer told Newsweek.
Russian President Vladimir Putin added "a special combat service regime" to his nuclear forces after accusing top NATO countries' leaders of "making aggressive statements."
The Russian leader wants to restore Moscow to a position of great power in Eastern Europe—while dealing NATO a humiliating blow.
An Estonian Foreign Ministry spokesperson told Newsweek that all Ukrainians—whether in civilian clothes or in uniform—will be allowed to enter the country.
"After the air and artillery end and the ground war really starts, I think Kyiv falls in just a few days," one former senior U.S. intelligence officer told Newsweek.
U.S. intelligence officials told Newsweek that Russian Tu-95s were being prepped to fly and Spetsnaz were operational as President Vladimir Putin announced an operation to "demilitarize" Ukraine.
U.S. officials told Newsweek that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has been informed a full Russian invasion involving airstrikes, missiles and ground troops is imminent.
An FBI report obtained by Newsweek warns "the private sector about the threat of Russian state-sponsored advanced persistent threat (APT) cyber activities, while tensions with Russia are heightened."
"You see issues like Crimea and Ukraine, in particular, and other areas now pressuring this bubble, this balloon, that was around the Arctic," U.S. Arctic Research Commission Chair Michael Sfraga told Newsweek.
Two U.S. officials confirmed to Newsweek that Russia could stage an invasion of Ukraine within days but a consensus on Moscow's plans eludes the intelligence community.