Director known for championing young playwright's is tackling Shakespeare's 'Othello.'
State-by-state guide to the contests and ballot initiatives that will have an effect on the future of climate policy.
Poet Hussain Manawer, 25, speaks to Newsweek about what it's like to be a British Muslim suffering from depression.
A public outcry over no women scheduled to perform leads to sponsors pulling out of concert.
"Let it burn" approach to forest fires bumps against locals' fears and the need to capitalize on tourist season.
Today's seniors are healthier, better educated and more productive than previous generations—and companies are seeing the silver lining.
The Netflix series pays homage to films of the 1980s, but it also depicts the issue of missing children at a time when it was gaining national attention.
Many districts are returning to traditional educators after the grandiose promises of reformers failed.
Mourinho wins Community Shield against Leicester City.
Rugby sevens will be part of the Games for the first time in Brazil.
Erdog`an is on the warpath. He believes he has a carte blanche to target enemies at home and perhaps abroad as well.
Scotsman dispatches Milos Raonic of Canada 6-4, 7-6, 7-6, to win his third Grand Slam title.
North Korea's attempt to launch a ballistic missile comes two days after issuing threats over Washington's blacklisting of Kim Jong Un for human rights abuses.
Britons rejected handouts and 'facts' in favor of the vague but powerful promise of control.
Roscosmos plans a manned moon station based on Cold War-era research.
From Adele's headline set to a talk by Jeremy Corbyn—the highlights of this year's lineup.
Xbox and PlayStation events that hold the most promise for major announcements and exciting surprises Monday.