Finding the "four very best teams" will always be a matter of opinion in the college football playoff.
The "Moonlight" and "High-Rise" directors tell Newsweek how film can represent a wider range of experience.
The likelihood of being killed by a Muslim is lower than being killed for being Muslim.
Newsweek film critic Tom Shone on how the fashion designer continues to assert total control in his second feature film.
Neil Buchanan asks, Where is today\'s FDR? Where is Churchill?
Refraining from sexual activity can lead to emotional, mental and physical changes.
If he were to make it to the White House, the Indiana governor and former congressman would be Donald Trump\'s Washington whisperer.
Ahmed Jabbar Kareem Ali died in 2003 while British soldiers occupied Basra.
"Let it burn" approach to forest fires bumps against locals' fears and the need to capitalize on tourist season.
Those who wish to contest elections should be forced to choose between bullets and ballots.
The book traces the emergence and development of the capital's form of local government.
The U.K. government's new hate crime action plan comes at a crucial moment.
North Korea failed to launch a ballistic missile off the country's east coast.