"The Man in the High Castle" Season 4's ending has fans confused, but the Philip K. Dick novel the Amazon series is based on may provide some answers.
Gifts include a ticket to space, one-of-a-kind pair of earrings, a real meteorite, a tiny home and a vacation with a private jet.
Kanye West has revealed details of his first-ever opera, premiering this month, following the release of his chart-topping latest album.
What if we used this latest wave of intergenerational anger and resentment to spark real change?
Concern over the possible health implications of e-cigarette use is growing as more people take up vaping and vaping-related injuries become more commonplace.
What I won't forget about Elton John's "Farewell Yellow Brick Road" show was just how utterly connected this British rock star was—and still is—to the American South.
"I don't see what I could tell him that he hasn't already heard, and I just think it would be a waste of time, really," Thunberg said.
Researchers analyzed all of the GOP candidates' tweets (more than 22,000, in total) posted during the primary stages of the 2016 presidential campaign, using a topic network designed to work with big data.
Doctors have become slaves to their computer screens for billing purposes, diminishing patient care, increasing doctor dissatisfaction, and increasing health care costs—and this needs to change.
The climate change activist posted a humorous message and photo on her Twitter page.
The Washington ethics watchdog CREW is tracking all of President Donald Trump's conflicts of interest while he is in the White House.
This has not stopped physicists attempting to work out how you would spot one if they did—because while there is no proof they do exist, they are at least theoretically possible.
The president shared a video of his seemingly magnanimous act, but warned protesters they didn't know who they were dealing with.
"Catherine the Great" is the new show from HBO, with Helen Mirren playing the character. But who was Catherine the Great?
"Official Secrets" is the new film starring Keira Knightley as real-life whistleblower Katharine Gun. Newsweek spoke to Gun, the journalist she leaked the document to and movie director Gavin Hood to find out the true story behind the film.
Sutter said he was fired after being confronted with complaints about his behavior on set.
"At a certain point, Turkey reached its limit," Turkish leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan said, regarding the influx of refugees from Syria into Turkey as a result of a brutal civil war raging in the country.
A long line of women has played Catwoman to great success (and great failure). How will Kravitz stack up?
James Harden is just one of many players who conveniently placed their social justice bona fides in their back pockets when it comes to making sure the money keeps rolling in. Tech companies and politicians cower too.
Brian Kibler, Amnesiac, Admirable and Kripp share their thoughts on Blizzard's recent "Hearthstone" Hong Kong controversy.
While the young activist was a favorite, the 2019 award went to Abiy Ahmed, the Prime Minister of Ethiopia.
Filmmakers Patricia Marcoccia and Maziar Ghaderi told "Newsweek" they hoped people would start talking about the film—not about the fact that it was canceled.
Trump spent $1 million on advertising in the same week Facebook updates its policy to make political ads exempt from fact checking
The video was captured by a camera strapped on the back of a great white shark, a species that can be found in surface- and deep-waters in all major oceans and has a lifespan of 70 years or more.
The strongest September storm ever recorded in the Eastern Atlantic is aiming towards Great Britain.