Though travel may be on hold for many at the moment, people are looking ahead and planning their 2021 getaways. These are the places we all want to travel to in 2021.
Despite Trump's claims that a Black Lives Matter mural would "denigrate" Fifth Avenue, street art has proved to be an effective real estate tool in New York.
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"This virus is going to continue to spread by the force of what I call viral gravity," says Michael Osterholm. "It's biology, chemistry and physics. No policy decisions are going to keep it from happening."
NewsGuard's Misinformation Monitor tracks misinformation with exclusive data from five countries. Here's the May 2020 edition.
The host said it is not wrong to blame the pandemic on China as it has "everything to do with" them.
The new streaming service is launching with two dozen shows, including drama and reality shows starring Chrissy Teigen, LeBron James and Sophie Turner.
Cases of coronavirus in New York State have surpassed 36,000, nearly half of all the cases in the U.S.
The U.S. death toll reaches 69 and Europe sees its highest increase in deaths in a day, while South Korea sees a decline in new cases.
Some insurance companies have been adjusting their policies in view of the outbreak, but travelers should check with their airlines, hotels and travel agents before filing a claim with insurers.
Microsoft has reported two infected workers in Washington state, where the total number of deaths has hit 13, and joined Facebook and Google in advising employees to work from home.
Newsweek's top fiction and nonfiction spring books to entertain and excite your imagination from the blustery days of late winter until the sun shines in the spring.
The record flooding is making it difficult to navigate the coastal city, and many tourist hot spots are currently underwater.
The Parmigiano-Reggiano Cheese Consortium in Italy tells Newsweek that its industry will be hit hard by U.S. tariffs and American consumers will suffer.
The National Rifle Association is spending around $100,000 to abruptly relocate its board meeting to Washington, D.C., according to an e-mail sent by the NRA's General Counsel and Secretary John Frazer that was obtained by Newsweek.
After receiving a BMW 3 Series for his birthday instead of a Jaguar, a 22-year-old pushed it into a canal and let it sink.
According to Axios, the Trump National Doral Golf Club in Miami has been picked by the administration as a finalist for hosting next year's G7 summit.
The 11-deck Marella Discovery ship encountered the struggling migrant boat off the coast of Greece on Saturday.
The new pink mansion is twice the size of last year's activation space and features 14 rooms to explore, two rosè wine bars and 120 different varietals to try.
Former White House strategist Steve Bannon is spending the EU elections in a key battleground country.
In the last three years, there have been a dramatic increase in Americans applying for passports.