The feud between the superstars recently reignited after a video leaked of West and Swift talking on the phone.
Kidrobot Chief Creative Officer, Frank Kozik talks about turning Kidrobot around, forging new partnerships and the new products in development for 2020.
John Brennan had harsh critiques for the president after he fired acting Director of National Intelligence Joseph Maguire.
Marginalized groups are strongest when they advocate for one another
Seated next to the freshman lawmaker in the Oval Office, Trump told reporters he had a "very big announcement... Jeff will be joining the Republican Party," the president said.
Michigan's head coach is the leading candidate to replace Rivera, with Dallas Cowboys' Jason Garrett and Baltimore offensive coordinator Greg Roman also in the running.
Disinformation and deepfakes are especially acute concerns in the run-up to the 2020 presidential election.
Several areas of the Philippines are under an extreme flood advisory including the Eastern Visayas, Bicol and Calabarzon regions.
Democrats made it clear they believe Trump has committed crimes far too grave to remain in office. They view censure as a "slap on the wrist."
New favorites and pop legends will take the stage this year.
An ex-Forrest County Agricultural High School student has been arrested for making terroristic threats after authorities say he wrote a song in which he threatened to shoot up the school.
Multiple sources tell Newsweek that Ring of Honor does not have a concussion policy in place for talent who hurt their heads in the ring. Nor are there medical staff present at live matches.
"Patients like these may suffer significant injuries, including hemorrhage, infection, loss of future fertility, or even death, but state conscience laws often prohibit them from recovering for their injuries in court," a researcher told Newsweek.
A student's attorney said this should be a warning to all universities that the government is watching and will investigate claims.
"T.I. live in the 1930s," Twitter user @father wrote.
Georgia State Rep Ginny Ehrhart announced her sponsorship of the "Vulnerable Child Protection Act" on Wednesday. The bill would make it illegal to "radically change" the gender of a child through surgery or drugs. But critics say that such surgeries aren't happening in Georgia—let alone America.
There's a lot of research in consumer behavior that disputes the notion "more is better." It says many of us, when confronted with too many options, either make poor decisions or avoid decisions altogether. But not true for everyone.
The letter branded the inquiry an attempt by Democrats to overturn the results of the 2016 presidential election and influence the upcoming polls.
A Maryland mother wants to know why her daughter received a birth control implant without her permission.
A poll earlier this month gave Kennedy a 14-point advantage over the Democratic senator he'll challenge.
Saudi Arabia hosting Anthony Joshua and Andy Ruiz Jr for the "Clash in the Dunes" is just the latest in a long tradition of sportswashing tyranny.
Iraq's Popular Mobilization Forces opened fire on a surveillance aircraft as they threatened to turn on the U.S. in the wake of strikes widely attributed to Israel.
While students would take the high paying job over a Harvard education, the majority of students would also prefer to take on $35,000 worth of debt to have a "fantastic experience."
I remember thinking, "I'm pro-choice. Aren't I? But how can I let them kill our baby?"
"If you didn't trust Huawei hardware running Android then you aren't going to trust Huawei hardware running their own operating system," one cybersecurity expert told Newsweek.
Brittany Kaiser was business development director at Cambridge Analytica, which used personal data harvested from Facebook to push political campaigns.
Student debt and the cost of higher education have already emerged as prevalent topics among 2020 presidential candidates.