"Behold, children are a heritage from the Lord, the fruit of the womb a reward," the actor captioned his Instagram post on August 10.
"Because of the crazy way in which this went down, people want answers, and I f**king want answers," Chrishell Stause said of her divorce from Justin Hartley on Season 3 of the Netflix reality series, "Selling Sunset."
"We'll be working around the clock," White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany said when asked about delivery of the new federal payments to those out of work.
MVP told Newsweek recently that Aleister Black and Samoa Joe are two superstars that he wants to work with.
"Every lost ballot or illegally cast vote is a tragedy and should be minimized," Tony Krvaric said.
Recent data suggests fewer people tested positive for COVID-19, on average, each day last week than they did in late July.
If President Trump's executive memorandum is allowed to stand, federal student loan payments and interest will be on pause until December 31.
"I was shocked, absolutely shocked," wildlife biologist and broadcaster Forrest Galante said upon finding the shark.
France, Spain, Italy, Germany, The Netherlands, Belgium and Greece have issued new safety measures following a rise in cases.
"We were worried they were going to die," immigration attorney Lisa Knox told Newsweek.
If there is no price too high for a successful vaccine, does that change if you've already paid for 100 unsuccessful ones?
With no plans to cancel in sight, NYCC still plans to go ahead through the looming pandemic.
Figures in sports and entertainment like Chris Paul and Sean "Diddy" Combs—along with 100 black male leaders—expressed disgust at the way black women have been "unfairly criticized and scrutinized" during the VP selection process.
The house seems to be dividing quickly.
Watch a film at a "floating cinema" on your own private mini-boat, by an English medieval castle or against the backdrop of the illuminated ancient Acropolis. You'll feel like you're in a scene from the movies—while watching one.
Mass looting and vandalism took place in downtown Chicago last night, with Nordstrom, Walgreens, Macy's, Coach, Gucci, Saks Fifth Avenue, Neiman Marcus, Best Buy, Old Navy, and Louis Vuitton hit among others.
Police responded to a fight near Toronto's Cherry Beach yesterday.
"We couldn't be happier. Both mom and baby are doing great. We are extremely blessed."
"We are already at work on finding you, and we intend to hold you accountable for your actions," the mayor said, addressing the looting participants.
The head of the Federal Election Commission warned American voters not to expect the results of the upcoming presidential election on the night of November 3, she urged everyone to "take a deep breath" as they await the count.
"Don't mean a thing if it ain't got that swing!" Alice Barker quipped in a sweet video shared to Reddit.
The departure of Prime Minister Hassan Diab, backed by technocrats and the Hezbollah party, would reopen a vacuum for the premiership in a country whose leaders are carefully chosen based on a sectarian power-sharing system.
The president criticized Nebraska Senator Ben Sasse on Twitter Monday morning, two days after the state lawmaker spoke out against Trump's pandemic relief orders.
Presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden currently leads President Donald Trump in Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin, three key battleground states that Trump previously won during the 2016 election.
"[Stone Cold] hates scripted TV, but I have a verbal commitment that if we get a season 2 we have an episode in mind with Stone Cold and JJ," Wight told "Newsweek."
Sorry, but meteorologist George Flickinger is not sorry for keeping viewers informed about dangerous weather events.
The whales are currently acclimatizing in a care facility at a first-of-its kind sea sanctuary before their eventual release.
Research shows direct payments would keep millions of people out of poverty this year. They are an essential component of any congressional relief package.
"These policy announcements provide little real help to families," Democratic leaders said.
Two pastors in Southern California said they could face $1,000 fines for the indoor church services they each hosted on Sunday.