An effective vaccine will likely help increase employment, but permanent changes to consumer behavior may mean some people won't have jobs to return to.
Lebanon is on the verge of total collapse.
As the bank lends billions, chief David Malpass is leading a restructure that puts the focus on policy outcomes.
The IoTeX Ucam aims to disrupt the home security camera space with blockchain-powered data encryption and user control.
"[Hickenlooper] spent most of last year telling everybody he would be a terrible senator and wasn't cut out for the job. I believe him," Senate candidate Andrew Romanoff told Newsweek.
The FreeBuds 3i may look like Apple's AirPods Pro, but they claim to offer solid active noise cancelation for a fraction of the price. Budget knock-off or affordable alternative? Here's the verdict.
China has gobbled up the territory's freedom, undeterred by protests and international condemnation. Who's next?
Democratic challengers raised about twice the amount GOP incumbents did in first-quarter fundraising in five must-watch Senate races: Arizona, Colorado, Kentucky, Maine and North Carolina.
"We should prepare for the worst-case scenario," Neel Kashkari cautioned.
Newsweek shines a light on the hidden heroes who are continuing their work in the midst of the COVID-19 outbreak.
Three of the states that have locked down—California, New York and Illinois—have the fifth-largest, 12th-largest and 22nd-largest economies in the world.
It was published the same month a report found the world was not prepared for a health emergency.
The federal dragnet is so massive that investigators have given the case the code name "Lurking Giants."
"Fortnite" update 12.0 is live with huge changes for Chapter 2 Season 2. See the new map and learn about the new locations in the patch notes.
Barr's intervention in Roger Stone's case, says Jed Shugerman, was "yet another breach of norms in a pattern with Trump and Barr."
"The Kim regime has developed a model for using and exploiting the internet that is unique—it is a nation run like a criminal syndicate," the Recorded Future report said.
Iraq and Syria have come out against President Donald Trump's Israeli-Palestinian peace plan, further raising questions about Washington's foreign policies at a time of heightened tensions across the region.
Early Democratic primary state voters seem in favor of more government regulation of Wall Street, but it's not clear that all the 2020 presidential candidates are listening.
Trump is expected to unveil his peace plan alongside Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Washington, D.C.
A complaint filed with the IRS alleges that a non-profit supporting organization controlled by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints used tithes to amass billions in investment funds, and says the Church misled members about uses of the money.
"Red Dead Redemption 2" multiplayer mode "Red Dead Online" has a new patch, with tons of little fixes, plus major new additions to the game. Read the full patch notes here.
"Basically the answer is that, yes, if you're a small-cap fund investor, most likely you do have exposure to companies that are publicly traded that manufacture guns," Jon Hale told Newsweek.
Amazon Web Services "was not compromised in any way and functioned as designed," the firm told Newsweek. Capital One said a breach impacted 100 million individuals in the U.S. and six million people in Canada.
The European Union's move will place stricter controls on bank transactions with Saudi Arabia.