Thanos, the villain in the Marvel Studios "Avengers" films, was used by the Trump campaign to depict Trump defeating his opponents. Twitter gamely pointed out the flaw in the meme.
Roxette were best known for songs such as "It Must Have Been Love."
Art collectors Billy and Beatrice Cox said they will replace the banana every two days.
The wrestler—real name Rami Sebei—can be heard in a video calling the fan a "homophobic moron" during an altercation on Sunday night.
The self-help author said there was "something deeply sinister" about Trump pardoning Manson. But he didn't.
The Doctor will see you on New Year's Day for all-new adventures in Season 12. The cast and showrunner tell Newsweek what to expect.
Eagle-eyed viewers said they spotted the mic in Episode 4 of the new "Star Wars" series in a viral blunder akin to "Game of Thrones" briefly showing a Starbucks cup.
A third edition of the minimalist artwork by Italian artist Maurizio Cattelan is being sold for $150,000.
In a clip from a NATO reception that went viral on Wednesday, world leaders including Boris Johnson appeared to make fun of the U.S. president.
Queen Elizabeth II's only daughter was spotted with Justin Trudeau, Emmanuel Macron and Boris Johnson at a Buckingham Palace reception Tuesday.
On Monday's "Jimmy Kimmel Live," the comedian ripped a recent poll that found Republicans think Trump is a better president than Lincoln.
Scarlett Johansson reprises her role as Natasha Romanoff in the new Marvel blockbuster.
The actress died of heart failure on Sunday.
Police chief Johnny O'Mara said it was "another tiny pinprick into the heart of men and women" serving their community.
An Economist/YouGov poll asked, "Which Republican president was better?"
Fellow K-pop star Choi Jong-hoon received a 5-year sentence on Friday.
Danny Elfman, the man behind the iconic music, dropped the bombshell in a recent interview.
DC Comics has deleted a graphic promoting the December release of "Dark Knight Returns: The Golden Child" on social media following backlash from Chinese fans.
The disgraced comedian recently called his conviction for sexual assault a "set-up."
Farrow tweeted the image on Tuesday, writing: "@realDonaldTrump tell your sons that animal cruelty is now a crime."
The Taiwanese-Canadian star collapsed while filming "Chase Me" on Wednesday morning.
Multiple sources tell Newsweek that Ring of Honor does not have a concussion policy in place for talent who hurt their heads in the ring. Nor are there medical staff present at live matches.
Antonella Barba appeared on "Idol" in 2007, the year Jordin Sparks won the popular singing competition.
The comedian dissected what he says is Republicans' strategy to obfuscate their way out of the impeachment inquiry.
The screenwriter of the long-gestating "Harriet" says a studio executive wanted Roberts, a white woman, to play the black civil rights pioneer.
Kate and Sarah asked Ellen DeGeneres to attend their wedding. She did the next best thing.
Although Taylor Swift will receive a percentage of the profits from sales of her old music, ownership lies with the men she is feuding with: Scott Borchetta and Scooter Braun.
The new Disney+ series is already winning over viewers but more for Baby Yoda's adorability than anything else.