Two directors—Michael Moore and Jim Stern—offer powerful indictments of President Trump. Both predicted he would win.
Nellie Ohr is the third partner of a U.S. government civil servant to find herself targeted in the ongoing effort to root out "deep state" anti-Trump civil servants in federal law enforcement agencies.
Author Craig Unger spoke with Newsweek about the allegations in his new book, "House of Trump, House of Putin: The Untold Story of Donald Trump and the Russian Mafia."
The Air Force brigadier general newly in charge of one of the nation's most celebrated and elite Air Force wings has been running an online evangelical Christian ministry—in possible violation of rules against proselytizing.
The Republican nominee in Arizona's Senate race, as in scores of contests across the country, will be molded in Trump's image.
#MeToo takes down a man who presented himself as a progressive champion of women.
Daniel Ellsberg says nuclear war with North Korea would wipe out South Korea and Possibly L.A. or San Francisco.
Now that he is a private citizen, Comey can address the still murky connections between the New York FBI office, elements of the New York Police Department and Donald Trump.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has spent $60 million trying to bring power to remote parts of Afghanistan, but has produced an unusable high-voltage system with towers in danger of collapse on land where Afghans live and farm.
It shouldn't surprise you that Facebook has all your data.
A porn star—expert at faking enjoyment in totally male-centric sex—would seem to be an unlikely paragon of revolutionary female politics. But in the Trump era, it could not be any other way.
Now, in the wake of Weinstein, #MeToo and Donald Trump, anecdotal evidence suggests that Daniels is not alone in abandoning the nondisclosure agreement.
The House Intelligence Committee ranking member said the FBI left the Cohen-Kremlin meeting allegation out of the parts of the Steele dossier they provided to the FISA court, suggesting that the FBI could not corroborate it.
Televangelist Kenneth Copeland, a member of President Trump's Faith Advisory Council, is a self-described "Christian extremist."
President Trump says he's "like, really smart," but he communicates at the lowest grade level of the last 15 presidents.
It's always sad to see true love die, and Wednesday's spectacular Trump-Bannon breakup was especially painful to watch, since there was a time—not that long ago—when the men were deep into a beautiful bromance.
The president inherited his mother's obsession with the trappings of class and luxury—and his own insecurity about not being to the manner born.
Silicon Valley's 'Female Problem' was well-known long before the #MeToo movement. But emails obtained by Newsweek reveal another sordid corner of the tech sector's treatment of women.
Far from "draining the swamp," the president has only increased Americans' distrust of government, survey finds.