More than 1,300 have died of COVID-19 since it emerged late last year.
Quotes work best in cards, so you may want to run to the drug store before delivering your message.
Group declares "young people have spoken" after former VP's campaign gets off to rocky start.
Fox News host Tucker Carlson said anti-bias training only "deepens racial wounds" during a rant against proposed banking diversity legislation on his show Thursday.
"The president made a wise selection in picking Bill Barr. I think he ought to listen to him," McConnell said.
As Major League Baseball begins spring training, the Houston Astros spoke to the media about the team's 2017 sign-stealing scandal, with many of the players expressing remorse and apologizing for their actions.
The K-pop act will ride the subway and visit some of the city's most iconic spots including Katz's Delicatessen.
On the eve of the third season of the Overwatch League, Activision Blizzard Esports President Pete Vlastelica spoke with Newsweek about the sustainability of competitive gaming.
Democratic presidential candidate Amy Klobuchar once said in a 2006 debate that a border fence would help bring "order at the border."
Many are questioning whether the president, emboldened by his impeachment acquittal, will take the rebuke from Congress as a warning or as a toothless threat.
Newsweek's top fiction and nonfiction spring books to entertain and excite your imagination from the blustery days of late winter until the sun shines in the spring.
Former Clinton associates and CNN commentators Paul Begala and Karen Finney slammed Sen. Bernie Sanders as a "weak frontrunner" who they believe is out of step with the wishes of Democratic voters Wednesday.
"Sarah Sanders saying anyone else's language is atrocious while defending Trump is the biggest joke of the year," one Twitter user wrote.
While appearing on a podcast, the free-agent wide receiver sent a message to the New England Patriots quarterback.
Thousands note similarity between the graphic used to illustrate the 2020 presidential candidate's primary victory and the former "SNL" star.
Former Vice President Joe Biden assured his supporters that "it ain't over" after a disappointing finish in the New Hampshire primary Tuesday night.
As an oncologist, I take issue with how we, as a society, are quick to speak of cancer treatment as a violent "war" the patient must win—or might lose. It's understandable, but it can also be deeply counterproductive.
Reverend Richard Bucci of Rhode Island is under fire for the ban and pedophilia comments he made while defending it.
Ahead of the New Hampshire primary, 'Fox & Friends' host Brian Kilmeade described Sanders' stance on legalizing marijuana and forgiving student loan debt in a "Stay home. Get high. I'll pay off your loan" slogan.
Brady will become an unrestricted free agent on March 18—and it's far from guaranteed he will extend his stay in New England.
Seth Rollins and Kevin Owens' group go at it once again.
The president's August rally at the same Manchester venue broke attendance records.
The survey shows Sanders 8 points ahead of Biden, whose support has plummeted by 9 percent since the Iowa caucuses.
Time is running out for the last remaining nuclear treaty between the United States and Russia. The deal's death could mean a return to Cold War-style competition and present new kinds of threats.
A critic at Mexico City's Zona Maco art fair set a soda can down on a sculpture made of glass and found objects--only for the $19,000 artwork to fall to the ground and shatter.
"I like to say I'm like a hipster. I like to say I knew about him [Sanders] before he was cool," Buttigieg said in the interview with "The Axe Files."
Reverend Richard Bucci hit out at legislators who criticized the ban and raised the issue of child abuse within the Catholic church.
If social networks were to comply with Pelosi's authoritarianism, they would be ushering in the death of media as we know it.