An Interview With Rebecca Solnit

The author and activist has become one of the influential figures on the American left. Yet there is a surreal sense that, at age 57 and the author of 21 books, she is only just getting started.

A Texas Attorney Sheds Light on Murder of CIA Agent

The 1993 killing of Freddie Woodruff, the CIA branch chief in the former Soviet Republic of Georgia, left unanswered questions. Texas lawyer Michael Pullara talks to Newsweek about his work to uncover the truth about Woodruff's death.

Jared Kushner Says He's Qualified Due to Trump's Trust

"I think he knows that every task he's given me from the start of the campaign through, I've been able to do it quietly, I've been able to do it effectively," Jared Kushner said of his relationship with Trump.

Jamal Khashoggi on 'Reformist' Saudi Crown Prince MBS

Mohammed bin Salman "wants to enjoy the fruits of First World modernity and Silicon Valley and cinemas and everything, but at the same time he wants also to rule like how his grandfather ruled Saudi Arabia," Khashoggi said.

Rod Rosenstein 'Hiding From Congress'

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein gave an interview to The Wall Street Journal after canceling a session with the House Judiciary Committee.