2016 Presidential Election
Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch asked Trump not to turn "rhetoric of hatred" into policy.
The Fawcett Society tells Newsweek that women across America must be prepared to defend themselves.
Diplomats across Europe have tried to ease fears about U.S. NATO commitments.
Putin said he hoped to work together toward the end of the crisis in Russian-American relations
He will be first president without any political or military experience.
Besides the basic #ElectionDay, there's #ElectionBooks, #pantsuits, #familyvote and more.
Live video shows people stopping by the the Mount Hope Cemetery in New York to pose for photos and place "I Voted" stickers on the iconic tombstone.
Depending on your political leanings, America could be on its way to disaster in a matter of hours. It's time to start drinking.
It's a beloved, nonpartisan display of pride for voters—and it's also a way to get a lot of free stuff.
Get to the polls! There's still time!
Some dedicated GOP voters are forgoing their allegiance to the party, while some are just joining.
"I want to see what happens, you know, how it goes," he told a local radio station Tuesday morning.
The website "I Waited 96 Years" features female voters born before women could cast ballots.
Tuesday marks the end of the 2016 presidential campaign season.
Madonna sang an emotional rendition of John Lennon's "Imagine" for the crowd of hundreds just lucky enough to be walking by or have seen her Instagram post.
Remembering the moments and controversies that shaped U.S. presidential elections past.
For a long time, the Chinese reacted to Donald Trump's candidacy by basically ignoring it or considering it a sideshow.
Sam Wang has been doing this for longer. Nate Silver is better known and has the bigger reputation to lose.
Preparations reflect banks' experience dealing with the Brexit vote fallout in the United Kingdom.
Each partner will publish a 15-minute live video centered on the presidential election.
In Florida, the Clinton campaign estimates Latino early voting is up 139 percent compared to 2012.
Essential "Newsweek" articles about the two presidential candidates.
America has just witnessed one of the most—if not the most—egregious abuses of power in the service of one man's ego in its history.
"The vice-presidential nominee is one of the kindest, most loyal men I know."
Compared to George Washington or Honest Abe, both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton fall short.
Hillary Clinton maintains a small lead over Donald Trump with just two days to go before the election.
Conservatism, by definition, is about maintaining the status quo. For a typical millennial, though, the status quo isn't that great, so their interests are best served by change.
Democratic candidate holds a slight lead in the battleground state.
Clinton stumps in Florida and Pennsylvania on Saturday while Donald Trump barnstorms Florida, North Carolina, Nevada and Colorado.
Terrified of Tuesday? Keep yourself occupied with titles like "Broad City," "Bulworth" and "Black Mirror."