Ukrainians are getting tired of hiding from Russian bombs
"The fatigue explanation is a concerning one because we might see avoidable casualties...and extra casualties," one researcher said.
Memorial Day store openings hours at Best Buy, Home Depot, Costco and more
Many stores will remain open during the annual holiday, taking place this year on May 29.
Republican senator wonders how inner city teachers "got degrees"
Amy Marlowe, executive director of the Alabama Education Association (AEA), told Newsweek that Tommy Tuberville's comments were a "cheap political soundbite."
MAGA civil war heats up
"It's no holds barred from here on out because the stakes are so high," University of South Florida professor Susan MacManus said.
Police address Bryan Kohberger's connection to Dana Smithers' death
"If they've already said he is unequivocally not involved, why are they still calling another parent to testify?" retired FBI agent Jennifer Coffindaffer asked.
Trump reverses course on Cuomo amid DeSantis battle
Former President Donald Trump is blaming Governor Ron DeSantis for Florida's morbidity rate during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Two conservatives states have highest rates of "Am I Trans?" searches
More than 500 anti-trans bills have been introduced in 49 state legislatures since January 1.
Did Ron DeSantis abruptly cancel hometown campaign event? What we know
"If you want accurate updates, make sure they're coming from us," tweeted DeSantis' campaign press secretary.
Ex-Trump official lays out how DeSantis can beat Trump
"If I'm DeSantis, I'm going to ignore the name-calling, knock it in the mud and I'm going to lean to the right on policy," Kayleigh McEnany said.
Apple challenges the strength of Bud Light boycott
Apple is releasing a Pride-themed watch band to celebrate the LGBTQ+ community, which it has championed for many years.
Lauren Boebert says having kids is "cheaper" than paying for birth control
The Colorado representative's comments were "not factual and misleading," a women's policy expert said.
Who is Sai Varshith Kandula? U-Haul driver charged with threatening Biden
The suspect reportedly had a Nazi flag in his vehicle during the crash and subsequent arrest.
TikTok sues Montana, alleging First Amendment violation
"Montana has no authority to enact laws advancing what it believes should be the United States' foreign policy," TikTok told Newsweek.
Russia removes nuclear munitions from Belgorod amid conflict: Ukraine
Russia's use of nuclear weapons "is practically zero," a nuclear expert told Newsweek.
Americans fear economic fallout of default even if they're tuning out
"It is the bad taste in people's mouths from spiking gas prices ... that's affecting Biden's approval rating," an economist told Newsweek.
Ex-Trump White House lawyer predicts bad news for former president
Donald Trump "will go to jail" for allegedly mishandling classified documents, predicts Ty Cobb.
Donald Trump "very exposed" legally in this probe, Bill Barr warns
Trump issued a social media tirade against Barr earlier this week when the former attorney general said the GOP should choose someone else in the 2024 race.
Conservatives outraged after John Fetterman wears shorts
"There's just no excuse for it," said Republican Representative Lauren Boebert.
Conservatives dig up old LGBTQ+ campaigns after Bud Light boycott success
Auto giant Ford is among the new companies targeted online, mentioned on Twitter over an ad relating to a "Very Gay Raptor."
Woman loses lawsuit claiming boss' initials were sexual code
The London woman claimed that the boss' initials in an email, "AJG," actually stood for "A Jumbo Genital."
Republicans accuse Trump-appointed FBI director of corruption
Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene said FBI Director Christopher Wray should be impeached because he defends the Democratic Party over the country.
Update in Bryan Kohberger case raises question about witnesses
"Some of those people, you never know what they're capable of," former FBI agent Jennifer Coffindaffer told Newsweek.
Democrat blames Biden for debt ceiling chaos
"It didn't have to be this way," Representative Jared Golden said of the late-hour talks as the debt ceiling deadline looms.
Trump already claiming interference in 2024 election
"THEY ARE PLAYING ELECTION INTERFERENCE IN 2024 THROUGH ILLEGAL LAW ENFORCEMENT AGAINST REPUBLICANS," Trump wrote in a blistering rant.
ChatGPT creator is worried about AI
"I think if this technology goes wrong, it can go quite wrong," Altman told senators.
Seattle residents had mail stopped because of rising crime
"As crime rises, so do the threats against our public servants," said U.S. Postmaster General and USPS Chief Executive Officer Louis DeJoy.
Miller Lite executive deletes social media amid "woke" controversy
The executive has been listed on "40 under 40" lists and praised by company higher-ups for her innovative strategies.
Biden student loan cancellation in limbo
The Biden administration's student loan forgiveness plan was called "illegal" by a top House Republican on Monday.
Proud Boy wants answers from Ron DeSantis
DeSantis initially condemned the events of January 6 before criticizing the media's coverage of it on its first anniversary.
Anti-Abortion group that attacked Trump goes after Nikki Haley
Republican candidates have expressed more support for states' rights when it comes to abortion, drawing criticism from a major GOP donor.