"This is moving very quickly and yet the White House still seems ill-prepared," Joe Scarborough said.
Fox News host Mark Levin clashed with chief national correspondent Ed Henry as the journalist attempted to ask him questions about the Trump-Ukraine scandal.
Christopher W. Cleary is serving jail time for threatening a mass shooting in Utah. Appearing before a parole board, he said that loneliness spurred him to make the threats.
The president in recent days, by way of tweet storms and press conferences, has relentlessly bashed the Ukraine whistleblower and denied any wrongdoing during a phone call in which he pressured a foreign leader to investigate a political opponent.
Water levels at the Grace Family Cemetery reached 5 feet high, knocking gravestones askew and destroying the picket fencing. One gravestone cracked in two.
Some expect the show will be canceled after just one season.
A scientist told "Newsweek" he was shocked to find some and coral communities have vanished completely since 1928.
The U.S. Department of Education's National Center for Educational Statistics released a report that noted "no measurable differences" in the students' average reading and mathematics scores.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani explained what he meant when he said the 2015 nuclear deal was a "minimum" and "if you require more, you should also give and pay more."
Mahatma Gandhi's grandson Rajmohan Gandhi and Pakistani American rock musician Salman Ahmad call for "strategic, realistic and nonviolent noncooperation with the government of India" in Kashmir.
The president is the "ultimate counterpuncher" with a long, litigious history. But even if impeachment falters, will Trump Exhaustion Syndrome bring him down?
Trump International, Scotland plans for an estate with 500 homes and 50 hotel cottages were approved by local councilors Thursday.
The Democrat frontrunner has said he doesn't want the Trump furore to distract him from the issues he is campaigning on.
The Democratic frontrunner said he didn't want the allegations around Trump to distract him from the issues.
Andrew Bakaj represents a group dedicated to helping whistleblowers.
While most of the Democratic field is united in support of an impeachment inquiry, there are differing opinions on the scope of any potential investigation.
Report from thinktank InfluenceMap names seven of top 10 companies negatively affecting climate policy as being based in Washington.
The actors, who star as Bow's parents Paul and Alicia, discussed the show with Newsweek and the opportunity "mixed-ish" presents to educate viewers through comedy.
Three explosive cases are about to test whether conservative Supreme Court justices are seen to rule according to their professed legal principles—or their politics.
The Cleveland Browns look to improve to 2-1 when they host the Los Angeles Rams, who are seeking a third consecutive win.
The National Rifle Association and its estranged PR firm Ackerman McQueen engaged in a failed attempt at settlement negotiations to resolve ongoing litigation between the two organizations, a spokesperson for the NRA told Newsweek.
David Morrell is a bestselling author of 32 novels, including the first appearance of Rambo, in "First Blood."
Area 51 has long been a target for conspiracy theories.
Would have been weird if the sword and shield Pokémon wasn't included.
Scientists exposed mice to e-cigarette vapor to study the effects on their lungs.
Controversial academic taken to facility in New York following "horrific" withdrawal symptoms.
The director of national intelligence refused to disclose information to lawmakers on Thursday about a whistleblower complaint reportedly filed against an alleged promise made by Trump to an unknown foreign leader.
"We were having some cutie wrestling match," LaBeouf said on the Season 10 premiere of "Hot Ones," a webseries where celebrities try increasingly spicy sauces.