Sasse is expected to resign from his Senate post after being announced as the No. 1 choice for the presidency of the University of Florida.
President Joe Biden announced on Thursday that federal offenses of simple marijuana possessions would be pardoned.
"This app was clearly created by Democrats as a way to subvert our constitutional rights as conservative Americans," another one-star review read.
"I've never seen this many tests in this short of time," Jenny Town, a senior fellow at the Stimson Center, told Newsweek.
The timing of the OPEC decision to cut oil production right before the U.S. midterms is drawing speculation.
Russia, meanwhile, has reportedly fallen behind in its conscription goals.
President Biden's Inflation Reduction Act has been described as the biggest action on climate change ever from the U.S.—but will it last?
Andrei Illarionov told Newsweek that "Putin's positions are quite strong now" and "there is no threat to his power."
"Democrats didn't expose it, they didn't expose the family values lie. Republicans exposed their own lie," former RNC chair Michael Steele said.
"We must hold OPEC and its allies accountable for colluding to hike energy prices on working families," Democratic Senator Ed Markey of Massachusetts said.
The clock is already at the closest point to doomsday as it has ever been. Could it move closer when it is reset?
The Senate hopeful said he's "not sure what" his son was talking about in his recent social media criticisms, but he would welcome a conversation with his son.
Catholic University professor Michael Kimmage said that Putin's potential actions could "fall between acts of war and terrorism."
"If we're being intellectually honest, Herschel Walker won the primary because he scored a bunch of touchdowns back in the '80s," Geoff Duncan said.
There has been speculation the special master in the Donald Trump classified documents case may leave over "biased" decisions by the presiding judge.
"He doesn't have many good options, at this point, especially with the current posture," Retired Vice Admiral Robert Murrett, told Newsweek.
Dr Oz has narrowed his Democratic Party rival's lead in the crunch Senate race, according to a new poll.
Fourteen states no longer have any clinics providing abortions as of October 2, which marked 100 days since the Supreme Court's decision overturning Roe.
"I would say we need new leaders in Washington up and down the ballot," said Rep. Angie Craig, a House Democrat in a close midterm race in Minnesota.
Dan Soller, a former Army intelligence colonel, said the best that Putin's army can hope to do is "defend, delay, attrit" and create difficulties for Ukraine.
It was their first face-to-face meeting since the Florida GOP governor ignited a feud with the President when he flew a group of migrants to Martha's Vineyard.