Ellen DeGeneres and Jeffree Star are amongst the MOST searched for LGBTQ+ celebrity homes.
"Judas and the Black Messiah" tells the story of William O'Neal, an FBI informant who infiltrated the Black Panthers. His real life, however, is as interesting as the one seen in the HBO Max film.
One-hit wonders have made some of the world's favorite songs—but what happens to artists after their success has come to an end is often far less positive.
As every pet owner will know, there's no greeting quite like a greeting from a dog. Whether you've been out five minutes or five hours, dogs are always happy to see us.
"Brooklyn Nine-Nine" has been canceled for the second time, with the upcoming Season 8 set to be the final set of episodes of the Fox and NBC comedy.
After a stressful year in 2020, 2021's Chinese zodiac appears to suggest a moment of slow recovery.
"We let fear and terror discard the rule of law and discard our own humanity." Jodie Foster told 'Newsweek' about her new film ''The Mauritanian,' which tells the true story of Mohamedou Ould Salahi, a man held without charge at Guantanamo Bay on allegations he was a member of Al-Qaeda.
The beauty guru debuted his new look on social media and it's caused quite a stir among fans.
Disney+ recently announced it has 94.9 million subscribers, an eight million increase from December, despite only releasing two major pieces of content.
Several websites offer a range of free images and gifs themed around Chinese New Year that can be shared on social media.
Serious true crime fans will enjoy getting stuck into 'The Murder Squad', while those looking for something a little less violent may enjoy 'Catfish: The Podcast.'
The viral "Commercial VO Challenge" asks TikTokers to race through four pieces of ad copy in their most persuasive voices.
The Region of Durham is being criticized for an activity list that asked municipal staff to "dance to a reggae song" and "have a conversation with a Black employee."
A U.K. tabloid defeated by Meghan Markle in a privacy lawsuit "has no alternative" but to appeal because a judge's ruling will "manacle the media," a lawyer tells Newsweek.
HBO/HBO Max chief Casey Bloys gave fans an update on all things "Game of Thrones," and when the "House of the Dragon" prequel will begin filming.
The Duchess of Sussex thanked her mother Doria Ragland and husband Prince Harry after her victory over the Mail on Sunday.
Harrison apologized for recent remarks he made about a controversy involving current "Bachelor" contestant Rachael Kirkconnell, but some fans still want to see him leave the reality-TV franchise.
New Orleans resident Tessica Brown sprayed Gorilla Glue adhesive in her hair more than a month ago, and she was finally able to have it removed by a plastic surgeon in Los Angeles, at no cost.
Relive iconic moments and represent your favorite Scouts in this special merchandise program.
The Duchess of Sussex has won her High Court privacy claim against the Mail on Sunday for printing her "heartfelt plea" to father Thomas Markle.
Post Malone joins Katy Perry for the P25 Music program and digital concert celebration.
"The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel" takes its voiceover straight from Elisa Lam's own blog at the time of her disappearance—and ghoulish true crime fans can still read her "Nouvelle Nouveau" Tumblr.
These unique cold-weather outdoor adventures entice brave souls to emerge from under their blankets and out of their comfort zones.
While making an appearance on CNBC, though, Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi did float the possibility that people could eventually be able to use cryptocurrencies to pay for Uber services.
The actress' firing from the Disney+ series has led to calls for her character to be played by "Xena" star Lucy Lawless.
"Clarice" is the new series from CBS, with Rebecca Breeds taking on the role previously played by Jodie Foster in "The Silence of the Lambs" and Julianne Moore in "Hannibal."
"To All the Boys: Always and Forever" (aka "To All the Boys 3") is being released this week, in time for viewers to watch the final romantic adventures of Lara Jean on Netflix this weekend.
The firing of Gina Carano from "The Mandalorian" has caused outrage among conservatives who are condemning cancel culture and calling on people to cancel their Disney+ subscriptions.
Rebecca Breeds tells Newsweek it's an "honor" recreating the Clarice Starling role for CBS' 'Clarice' because "she's one of the most well-written characters in history—not just female characters, one of the best-written characters in history."
The actress and ex-MMA fighter is no longer a part of the cast of the Star Wars series after she shared a post on social media that compared being a Republican today to the experience of Jewish people during the Holocaust.