CNN host Anderson Cooper took Rod Blagojevich to task Friday, after the former Illinois governor compared himself to Nelson Mandela and insisted that he had been a "political prisoner" freed by clemency from President Donald Trump on Tuesday.
Twitter suspended 70 accounts that sent out duplicate messages in support of Democratic presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg saying the accounts violated its platform manipulation and spam policy.
A proposed California law would give almost every adult in the state $1,000 per month, similar to the universal basic income plan of former presidential candidate Andrew Yang.
Baylor (24-1), the No. 1 ranked team in the country and winners of 23-consecutive games, will host No. 3 Kansas (23-3), on Saturday in a game that could go a long way in determining the top seed in next month's NCAA tournament.
Sen. Bernie Sanders is leading the field in the California Democratic primary race, with Sen. Elizabeth Warren in second place, according to a new poll.
Russia is believed to be meddling again in the 2020 presidential election, according to intelligence reports.
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An Iranian official told Newsweek that Tehran was willing to support a future Afghan government if asked, saying that "the security of Afghanistan is the security of Iran."
John Brennan had harsh critiques for the president after he fired acting Director of National Intelligence Joseph Maguire.
"We call on Bernie Sanders to immediately condemn these attacks," Mike Bloomberg's campaign manager said.
"There's a lot of feeling that our vote is taken for granted," Yvette Williams, chairwoman of the Clark County Black Caucus, told Newsweek.
Sens. Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, Amy Klobuchar and former Vice President Joe Biden were all represented, while Tom Steyer represented himself.
Coming after the absurdity of the Iowa caucus meltdown, the Nevada debate had the Democrats look incompetent and deeply divided. The big winner of the debate was Donald Trump.
"You notice how when they win elections, the Russians didn't do anything. So, if the Russians, supposedly and Putin, only like Republicans, why did they 'let' the Republicans lose the House of Representatives?," Nunes said during an appearance on Fox News' The Ingraham Angle on Thursday.
It's not too late to bag a good travel deal to join Mardi Gras celebrations in New Orleans, including a hotel stay in the French Quarter, the heart of the city.
"The propensity for the Latino vote to identify and ultimately select who will be the next president of the United States is strong," Sonja Diaz told Newsweek.
The Amazon Prime show, which features Al Pacino as a Holocaust survivor hunting Nazis in America, takes a lot of creative liberties, but it draws on some real-life history.
Putin is planning to amend the constitution to allow him to skirt presidential term limits and remain in power.
Buses under police escort took more than 70 people evacuated from China to a hospital in the central Poltava region. Authorities said none of them are sick.
The tide appears to be turning with Republicans warming up to the idea of tackling climate change ahead of the November elections and amid broad support from millennial GOP voters.
Rory McIlroy leads the WGC-Mexico Championship with a two-shot margin over Bubba Watson and Justin Thomas.
The Department of Homeland Security has said acting Secretary Chad Wolf has not yet made a decision on numbers.
Iranians headed to the polls Friday after a tumultuous year of internal unrest and growing tension with the U.S.
Anti-liberal Harvard Law professor Adrian Vermuele sparked controversy Thursday on Twitter by saying a group of principled conservatives would comprise the "first group for the camps."
U.S. Navy veteran Phil Ehr, a Democrat hoping to challenge Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.) in November, called out the congressman for using "cold war" tactics in a new campaign video.
Abbas Ali Kadkhodaei, among those targeted in a new round of Trump administration sanctions on Iran, argued that the U.S. was "a regime still plagued by election uncertainties."
Moving supply chains out of China has been discussed for years, but removing China from the equation entirely is easier said than done.
The insurgent-held province of Idlib is witnessing a surge in violence involving factions in the country's civil war and the international powers backing them.
"Today's decision is a tremendous victory for communities everywhere fighting courageously to uphold human dignity," said Alvaro Huerta, staff attorney at the National Immigration Law Center.