The latest episode of "The Voice" Season 23 saw contestants go head-to-head in song battles but it saw a fan favorite eliminated from the competition.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle confirmed that they were "requested to vacate" their U.K. home, Frogmore Cottage.
Twitter users took to the social media platform after it was reported that Jonathan Majors had been arrested and was facing allegations of assault.
The Devil is front and center in movies, TV shows, podcasts and even children's books. There are Satan After School Clubs, and a political rift among Satan worshippers.
Orlando Bloom became the latest celebrity to visit Kyiv as the Ukraine-Russia war continues.
Harry said the Palace "was without a doubt withholding information from me" about phone hacking while making a deal with Rupert Murdoch's newspaper empire.
Harry and Meghan's attendance at King Charles' coronation in May could see the couple appear in a downgraded capacity, Newsweek's "The Royal Report" hears.
"Murder Mystery 2" will see Jennifer Aniston and Adam Sandler reprise their roles as Nick and Audrey Spitz, four years after the original Netflix movie.
Jennings has been waiting for the day when his "random" knowledge on this very niche subject would come in handy.
Kieran Culkin and J. Smith-Cameron spoke to Newsweek about the "icy" bond between Roman and Gerri in "Succession" Season 4 and what it means for their future.
"You can do whatever you want, you just can't touch or see the other person," the creator of "Love Is Blind," Chris Coelen, told Newsweek about the show's pods.
After years of work, researchers have uncovered a guide to constructing an ancient tool for tracing distances and the stars.
A clip has circulated online of actor Zachary Levi seemingly saying his movie 'Shazam! Fury of the Gods' is better than Keanu Reeves' 'John Wick: Chapter 4.'
The Wilson Fisk star told Newsweek that he also had concerns over whether Disney+'s "Daredevil: Born Again" would be as brutal as the Netflix original.
Radio-show host and conspiracy theorist Alex Jones was ordered to pay more than $1 billion in damages after claiming the Sandy Hook mass shooting was a hoax.
In his lawsuit against "Daily Mail" publishers Harry claims that illegal acts used by journalists "amount to a major betrayal," given promises made in 1997.
Police officers said Audrey Hale, 28, was believed to identify as male during the shooting at the private school that left three children and three adults dead.
Stefanie Parker and Jackie Maroney, hosts of the "She's All Bach" podcast, told Newsweek that "the structure of the show is getting old."