Americans will need to learn to respect their allies' national interests. Europeans need to understand Beijing's drive for leadership in pharmaceuticals, aerospace, IT and robotics can lead to their industrial and economic demise.
In this installment of the "College Credit" series, Holcomb tells Newsweek how his American Revolution professor taught him to become a better songwriter.
The first U.S. case of the virus has been identified in Washington state.
Lunar regolith—dust, soil, broken rock and related materials found on the moon's surface—actually consists of between 40-45 percent oxygen.
U.N. sanctions may ultimately be reimposed on the nation.
Tehran could cause significant disruption with cyber attacks against the U.S. government, companies, high-profile individuals—and possibly even the 2020 elections.
Iraq is considering buying Russia's S-300 surface-to-air missile defense system as the U.S.-Iran rivalry creates new unrest and a need for new defenses.
"[Trump] would kind of mix up both the impeachment issue as well as the attack on Soleimani," Representative Raja Krishnamoorthi said.
General George Washington's decision in 1783 to resign his military commission defied precedent, history and human nature itself.
Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro's legal opinion argues that the state's definition of "firearm" is expansive enough to encompass 80 percent receivers.
Tulsi Gabbard will be absent from the debate stage during Thursday's Democratic debate, after she did not meet the proper polling requirements.
The United States has more aircraft than Russia and China combined, making up a quarter of the world's military air fleet.
"Wash your hands! We can't emphasize this enough," a researcher told "Newsweek."
The new piece of legislation will allow law enforcement to prosecute people carrying out acts of cruelty against animals. Anyone who breaks the law will face a hefty fine and a jail sentence of up to 7 years.
Ethan Kollie, 24, could face up to 15 years in prison when a federal judge sentences him in February 2020.
While China and Saudi Arabia seek to "enhance the mutual trust and friendly relations" between their armed forces, a U.N. arms embargo on Iran is set to expire next October.
The New York representative told the financial services committee how private equity destroyed the retail chain Toys R Us.
Russia is arms dealing with the likes of Egypt, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Turkey and the United Arab Emirates in a region in which Moscow was increasingly being seen as the top diplomatic power.
Even after you beat the campaign, "Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order" has lots to collect, including lightsaber parts, Stim Canisters, new outfits for Cal Kestis, skins for BD-1 and new color schemes for the Mantis. Here are the items you can uncover on the planet Bogano.
Roger Stone has been found guilty for lying to congress, witness tampering and obstructing lawmakers' efforts to investigate election interference in 2016.
Fans will have to wait until February to see if Wisconsin will give the documentary series' subject a second chance in court.
"Death Stranding" overwhelms you with data and long cutscenes right from the beginning, but as long as you're delivering packages, it will all work out.
"Call of Duty: Modern Warfare" update 1.07 has arrived with two new maps and a big Claymore nerf. Read the full patch notes here.
'Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020' has a lot to offer, but only a few mini-game events will keep you engaged.
The real estate sector has been an important contributor to economic growth in recent years. According to a 2018 report, non-mining and quarrying sectors registered a combined compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 6.8% between 2013 and 2017, which was largely attributed to four sectors: construction, health care, insurance and real estate.
"The idea of a people, investors and banks buying into a company like Saudi Aramco just flies in the face of everything we need to do to stop climate breakdown," Rachel Kennerley of Friends of the Earth told Newsweek.
An Iranian government spokesperson blamed the "bullying policy" of the U.S. and the "lack of resistance" by the Europeans,
"The smuggling of drugs into the state prison is an ongoing battle," Sheriff W.E. Bozeman of Georgia's Mitchell County said in a press release.