Seattle residents had mail stopped because of rising crime
"As crime rises, so do the threats against our public servants," said U.S. Postmaster General and USPS Chief Executive Officer Louis DeJoy.
New York hotels evicting homeless veterans to house migrants: Reports
Reports of veterans being evicted, which have since been denied, come as New York Mayor Eric Adams started relocating migrants further north and housing them in hotels at the city's expense.
Oppressed New Yorkers Have a Right to Self-Defense
From the progressive Left, the message is clear: If you are a New Yorker, particularly a white New Yorker, you have virtually no right to self-defense.
It's Time to Admit That Some Mentally Ill People Need to Be Committed
Until we start talking about asylums, how to fund them and how to make them run well, I fear little progress on homelessness and the mentally ill will be made.
Daniel Penny breaks silence on killing of Jordan Neely
Penny's lawyers said on Friday that when Neely was "aggressively threatening" him, the Marine veteran acted to protect himself until help arrived.
Marine veteran was warned he was "going to kill" Jordan Neely
A video of the incident posted online showed the marine veteran lying under Jordan Neely and restraining him in a chokehold position for several minutes.
Jordan Neely Was Killed Because We Dehumanize and Despise the Homeless
Mental illness is a public health crisis, and we need to learn to see fellow human beings in distress as deserving of help rather than brutal deadly force.
Ex-homeless woman wins $5 million on lotto—"I am getting married"
Lucia Forseth said she thought she had simply won a free ticket before she realized she had scooped the top prize from the Scratchers 2023 ticket.
Jordan Neely's arrest record examined as outrage grows over subway death
Neely, 30, died after he was restrained by other riders on a Manhattan subway, including one who put him in a chokehold for several minutes.
Homeless people can sue for $1,000 if 'harassed' under new Oregon bill
The proposed bill says those who live in public spaces are entitled to the same right of privacy as anyone living in a private home would expect.
Trump wants to make homelessness illegal
Former President Donald Trump's plan to criminalize homelessness was met with disdain from critics.
Woman threatening to make in-laws homeless for not babysitting praised
"You are giving them an entirely reasonable choice: pay rent, contribute another ways, or have a different living situation," said one user.
Mom refusing to let homeless best friend move in backed: "I don't care"
"Your priority is your infant and yourself. You don't need large dogs and a jobless man-child around," wrote one commenter.
Elderly man tells police he killed family to avoid homelessness
The Englewood Police Division Chief said detectives described the crime scene as "one of the most gruesome" they have ever been a part of.
Why Miami Matters
The Miami Miracle can be the beginning of a true American Miracle for all Americans in the next century, beginning with three simple principles.
Dog abandoned alongside heartbreaking note: "My mom can't keep me"
Lilo the dog's owner, who is a mother-of-two, explained that she "tried her best but can't help" in the note.
"A Russian tank destroyed my home in Ukraine, but we have one ray of hope"
In an original Newsweek essay, Yana Psaryova talks about losing her home in the Russia-Ukraine War.
Art gallery owner who hosed down homeless woman is formally charged
Art gallery owner Collier Gwin said the homeless woman in the viral clip was screaming and acting belligerently before the altercation occurred.
Moment art dealer hoses down homeless woman outside gallery
The dealer has been identified by local media sources as Collier Gwin.
Mayor Bass Must Become a Champion of Homelessness Decriminalization
Angelenos must hold Mayor Bass accountable to fulfill her campaign promises and press her to champion homelessness decriminalization.
Winter storm could freeze you to death before you even know it
When the body temperature drops below 95 degrees Fahrenheit, hypothermia can set in, leading to shivering, confusion and eventually death if left untreated.
What will a state of emergency do for L.A.'s homelessness crisis?
Los Angeles Mayor Karen Bass said she will declare a state of emergency on homelessness on her first day in office.
"I turned $2,400 into $1 million by giving stuff away"
In an original essay, David Johnston tells Newsweek how he started his own business with a $2,400 loan.
"I was homeless, now I'm a celebrity therapist"
Within four years, Dr. Carder Stout lost everything—including his home. He shares his story in this exclusive essay.
Man shocked to find dog poisoned by meth while on walk
Loki was the second dog to arrive with meth poisoning at Silicon Valley's MedVet clinic in the span of just 48 hours.
'I Want You to Do Something for Nothing, I Did and it Transformed My Life'
I made some lifelong friends along the way.
'I Took Cocaine in the Morning and Drank a Bottle of Vodka at Night'
Drugs took everything from me. Addiction is like having a twin whose one goal is to kill you.
Low Expectations Lead to Low Results
Our government's sincere attempts to help the homeless have prevented many homeless people from achieving their potential.
TikToker Using Drone to Film and Mock Homeless People Sparks Outrage
A woman could be seen running into traffic to get away from the drone, as Ann Oliva, homeless charity CEO, tells Newsweek: "Homelessness is a national tragedy."
Parents Left Furious by Fundraiser to Help Their 'Homeless' Teen Blasted
The girl's mother called her "trashy" for "begging" the town for money, claiming she didn't know the full story.