Could 2020 be a repeat of 2016, when a Hillary Clinton presidency was widely expected until Election Day itself?
Mitch McConnell continues his Ebenezer Scrooge act in time for the holidays, the Department of Justice declares war on Google, and why all CEO pay isn't created equal.
The Trump administration's relentless attacks on landscapes and waters could bite into his Republican base.
The Justice Department should vigorously pursue what the House report on monopolization in Big Tech recommended: structural breakups.
As the United States retrenches from the Middle East, the value of a strong and capable Israel has only grown.
They are deliberate, substantive attacks on the rule of law, truth in political discourse, and Americans' rights, freedoms, and values.
Newsweek columnists and guest contributors offer their views on the best strategies for both candidates.
Most Jews appreciate Trump's support for Israel. But domestic concerns—especially the rise in anti-Semitism and racism in America—will be much more pivotal for their decision in November.
rump has never wavered from the vision he laid out four years ago. That's why he will have my vote come November 3, and it is a big reason I believe he will be reelected.
The hostility of the political establishment, particularly in the realm of foreign policy, to President Trump is proportional to the challenge he poses to its power, privilege and agenda.
The international community has been exposed to ample evidence that Assad prioritizes his grip on power in Syria over compliance with international norms and law.
Republicans have served as Defense or War Secretary for more than half of the 40 years of Democratic administrations.
This year, experts predict voting by mail will surge, especially if voters receive ballots automatically. But not all states have tried-and-tested mechanisms in place.