Despite the Democrat breaking Texas' fundraising records, the incumbent Republican still appears to have a significant advantage.
The delegation is set to meet with senior leaders in the country to discuss multiple issues of mutual interest between the U.S. and Taiwan.
Russia's warning comes as bipartisan pressure grows for the U.S. to label Russia a state sponsor of terrorism amid the country's invasion of Ukraine.
The former congresswoman said Friday that the sanctions placed on Moscow for its invasion of Ukraine is "nothing short of a modern day siege."
The Republican claimed the Inflation Reduction Act would lead to "armed robbery against Americans" as she went over her allotted time.
"It's time to usher in a new era of climate action—one that prioritizes our planet and our people," Congressman Ro Khanna, who voted "yes," told Newsweek.
"The Biden administration's lack of urgency on border security is a dereliction of duty," Governor Doug Ducey said.
Newsweek Fact Check looks at the claims, rumors and potential fallout surrounding the Mar-a-Lago search warrant.
Backlash against IRS hiring practices follows criticism alleging that tens of thousands of new agents will be hired and go after poorer Americans.
A former U.S. Marine Corps colonel predicts that the U.S. will have to make a decision about sending future HIMARS missiles to Ukraine.
In a sign of how much has changed since the pandemic began, Biden's expected extension of the COVID public health emergency may not even register as major news.
The National Right to Life Committee said the group is "much more aware of the effect of the pro-abortion distortions and misinformation."
A record amount of Republicans want Donald Trump to run for president in 2024 following what they feel was a politically motivated search.
The right-wing Trump ally accused the Justice Department and FBI of acting like the Gestapo of Nazi Germany.
Biden has his highest approval rating since mid-June as gas prices decrease and big bills are being passed, but food costs are still a huge problem nationwide.
Andrea Thomas, co-founder of the Facing Fentanyl organization, told Newsweek that Biden needs to "alert people to this danger" associated with illicit fentanyl.
When the president said inflation was at zero, he was right—by one measure. But Americans are still feeling the effect of high prices.
Todd Starnes said former President Donald Trump will be arrested on live TV to "embarrass" him and prevent him from running again in 2024.
Recent polling and forecasts show Democrats are favored to maintain control of the Senate, and possibly expand their majority, in the November 8 election.
"The female Obama she most certainly is not," a political expert told Newsweek.
"This is exactly what the AG was hoping to achieve. The case is now even stronger," a former New York assistant attorney general said.
The Democratic Party has the opportunity to be home to voters concerned with policies that affect the family.
Instead of white-led groups and white politicians asking how to get Black youth to care about climate change, the real question is, how do we get mainstream environmentalists to care about youth of color, engage with the activist work these young people are already doing, invest in them and help amplify their voices?
It is increasingly clear that the stakes in the great-power competition with China are existential.
Madison Cawthorn's "half-baked" analogy likening the Mar-a-Lago raid to Ancient Rome fails to convince historians, Newsweek Fact Check found out.
The 2017 events in Charlottesville, Virginia, have been viewed as a racial reckoning for the United States that has not gone away in the years since.
The U.S. has sent $9.1 billion in military assistance to Ukraine since the Russian invasion.
The war of words kicked off after social media personality Alex Stein shared footage of himself "trolling" a Vice News reporter at the recent CPAC event.