From tearing apart steaks to scarfing down dozens of hot dogs, these women are showing their male counterparts how to eat like a pro.
In Griswold v. Connecticut, the court decided in favor of allowing married couples to use contraception, a precedent-setting decision.
Wins Belmont Stakes with Victor Espinoza aboard, becoming 12th horse to capture the Triple Crown.
In June 1989 Newsweek examined Chinese state-run media’s coverage of the Tiananmen Square Massacre, which took place 26 years ago today.
Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the ISIS leader, calls for supporters to take up arms.
In our May 14, 1945, issue, Newsweek wrote about the Nazi surrender to the Allies and the subsequent V-E Day celebrations.
A federal probe will look into whether Baltimore's police department has engaged in a "pattern or practice" of excessive force.
One suspect was taken into custody Saturday after the shooting of an-duty police officer in Queens.
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Forty years ago today, the president told an audience at Tulane University that the Vietnam War was over for the U.S.
12 months after its launch, Newsweek's first ever dedicated European edition is expanding.
In a July, 1980 article by 'Newsweek,' Pet Rock inventor Gary Dahl, who died March 23, was praised for 'one of the most ridiculously successful marketing schemes ever.'
Newsweek is providing a police report from the time that backs Edward Jay Epstein’s timeline of events.
The March 8, 1965 'Newsweek' report about the black leader.