Here are the books and movies with surprising similarities to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. But can any of them be said to have predicted COVID-19?
Better known as Freddy Krueger, the horror icon dishes on the new gig and his surprising passion for live theater.
The stand-up comic spoke to Newsweek about his new Netflix special, why his "Machine" story resonated with so many people, and laughing at his own jokes.
"I know this news will spark concern among Canadians traveling abroad," Trudeau said. "I want to assure you that our government will not leave you unsupported."
It's time to play-work-from-home bingo!
On Monday, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo thanked President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence for responding "very quickly" to the coronavirus outbreak in the state.
"The Plot Against America" is based on Philip Roth's novel of speculative fiction, but its depiction of Charles Lindbergh is based on some real history.
Mitchell became the second NBA player to test positive for COVID-19 after teammate Rudy Gobert last week.
COVID-19 has affected more than 174,000 people worldwide, including two-time Oscar winner Tom Hanks.
The passenger first refused to lift his tray table before takeoff and then claimed he had contracted COVID-19.
"The Walking Dead" Episode 12 brought together a number of clues that the AMC show and its spin-off have been dropping about the celebrity identity of the Whisperer Beta.
He cautioned younger Americans about ignoring recommendations from health care officials and government agencies at the state, federal and local levels regarding social distancing.
Showcase Cinemas became the latest theater chain to introduce new social distancing plans, including reducing theater capacity by 50 percent.
Tiktok and Instagram have already been flooded with misinformation.
The COVID-19 pandemic is horrific, but the weaknesses in our economy aren't new. The economy never was the stock market. The economy is all of us.
Iraq's military said U.S. strikes "targeted the Iraqi military establishment and violate the principle of partnership and alliance between the Iraqi security forces and the parties that planned and carried out this treacherous attack."
Capital Economics issued the gloomy prediction, which would see the U.S. suffer its worst slump since the financial crisis more than a decade ago.
As the coronavirus undid the economic gains of the past three years, financial professionals told Newsweek what President Trump should do.
My fellow lawmakers' decision to stoke fear is deeply hurtful and dangerous. Already, we are seeing Asian Americans being stigmatized and attacked.
"Right now is the moment for swift action to make sure we're protecting our elders and our immunocompromised Americans," Ocasio-Cortez said.
Alienating immigrants is terrible for America's bottom line. The next president will have to repair the damage.
"There has been a general move to cash and bitcoin has been hit particularly hard," Charles Hayter, CEO of a price tracking service known as CryptoCompare, told Newsweek after the values plunged.
The company providing prepped responses to give customers who asked about the coronavirus.
The former British prime minister told Newsweek that the Democratic Party must move away from left-wing populism and develop an inspiring, future-focused campaign if it wants to win.
Blumhouse's new political satire-thriller was originally set for a September 2019 release, but it got shelved amid controversy. Here's what happened.
Some Sanders supporters indicated on Twitter that they would not vote for Biden. Other users heavily criticized the #DemExit movement, saying they should vote for any Democrat to defeat Trump.
Rebecca will also get her big moment on the red carpet on the upcoming episode of "This Is Us."
The comedian and podcast host spoke to Newsweek about how some of his newest material is meant to ease the anxiety that so many people have about the state of the world.