Marina Ovsyannikova, an employee of Russia Channel One, held up a sign on Russia's state channel protesting the war.
Daytona Beach server Valerie Count recalled serving the double-homicide suspect the day before the attack, and remembered he paid with a credit card.
America's transatlantic ally Britain, aligned against Russia's invasion of Ukraine, is now calling on China to stop supporting Vladimir Putin's actions.
Oleksiy Arestovich, an adviser to the Ukrainian president's chief of staff, said the war could be over "in two weeks" or by mid-May.
The NBC show has crowned its first winner—but the question of what they won is more complicated than it at first appears.
The former Democratic congresswoman was accused of being a "Russian asset" for her comments about biological labs in Ukraine.
Incident in a Texas park saw the boy hospitalized for his injuries.
"Wordle" offers players a daily brain-teaser they have to solve in six turns or less, and Newsweek has come up with a few hints to help with March 15's puzzle.
The episode is called "You Won't Believe What This Episode is About—Act Three Will Shock You!" and follows Homer's experience with being canceled.
"The worry is the Russians simply do not care anymore...they would not necessarily pay attention to officials," one European official told Newsweek.
Meghan Markle's sister has seen a Twitter account suspended for a rule violation even as she mounts a libel lawsuit against the duchess.
Newsweek's "The Royal Report" podcast discusses royal etiquette, from how to address the Queen to what to do if you want to take a royal selfie.
Ginni Thomas said she "played no role" in organizing the January 6 rally and left before Trump made his speech.
The head of scripted content for Hulu Originals said that "'How I Met Your Father" has proven to be true appointment viewing that fans cannot get enough of.
One puppy was dead at a home in San Miguel County while an adult dog, possibly its mother, whimpered nearby.
After the mixture of the highly transmissible Omicron and Delta variants was reported last week, experts have told Newsweek why it is too early to be concerned.
The alligator, named Grandpappy, appears to have been getting rid of the competition as mating season approaches.
New research from Capital One shows that American buyers aren't as happy with the dealership sales process as dealers think they are.
"I do feel really ungrateful and feel awful but it's really upset me," said the woman.
"Neither of the parents seem to be very concerned about what's in the best interests of the children," said one commenter.
The 37-year-old photographer documented his journey with stage 4 stomach cancer in a series of social media posts last year.
The woman was taken to a hospital in Philadelphia where she was treated for her injuries.
Kate Middleton has inherited some of Diana's most precious jewelry but it's how she wears it that is the real tribute to the late princess.
Fears Russia will attack nuclear plants or detonate a nuclear weapon amid the war in Ukraine are driving people in European countries to buy the thyroid gland drug.
With customers increasingly willing to stray, brands are upping their loyalty game.
We cannot allow our sympathy for the suffering of the Ukrainian people to lead us into bad decisions that will have detrimental effects on our wealth and security.
The GOP congressman condemned the Fox News host while stating why he refused to appear on his show.
China has been riled by U.S. intelligence reports suggesting Beijing responded positively to Moscow's request for military aid in Ukraine.