Security experts told Newsweek that the prisoner swap signals that the U.S. and Russia is returning to Cold War-era patterns.
While experts disagree as to whether Putin's claims are indicative of plans to detonate a dirty bomb himself, they agree it's part of his broader war strategy.
Former advisor Sebastian Gorka made the controversial argument that Trump should have been allowed to house documents at Mar-a-Lago.
A new national security memo released by the White House effectively lays out a Biden doctrine on foreign affairs.
Experts tell Newsweek what the U.S. will be watching for when determining whether Vladimir Putin is planning to launch a nuclear strike.
Will Judge Dearie's hand in Trump adviser investigation spell trouble for the special master? Newsweek Fact Check looked into the speculative claims.
Winner, who was prosecuted under the Trump administration, called the raid at Mar-a-Lago "incredibly ironic."
"TikTok is not just another video app," said Brendan Carr, senior Republican on the Federal Communications Commission. "That's the sheep's clothing."
The DOJ also seeks to review classified documents seized from Mar-a-Lago, arguing they are needed to determine if there was a national security risk.
Photos taken at the Mar-a-Lago raid have given us fresh clues about what information Donald Trump had. Newsweek Fact Check digs through the pile.
"It's like a sitcom," Alex Holder said, adding that he found Trump to be an "absolutely extraordinary" yet "very weird, unusual, simple" man.
"I stand firm when I say that Donald wants to use this in order to hold the country hostage," Michael Cohen said. "That's his goal."
The Mar-a-Lago search was specifically intended to recover Donald Trump's personal stash of hidden documents—which officials feared he might "weaponize."
Trump is a living, breathing security hazard, whose opaque finances, history of bankruptcy and shady real estate deals, longstanding business ties with tyrannical regimes, and open fondness for Russian strongman Vladimir Putin make him vulnerable to any and all types of subversion.
Trump's "conduct has potentially put our national security at grave risk," said lawmakers, citing the FBI's retrieval of sensitive documents from Mar-a-Lago.
The FBI sought to retrieve above-Top-Secret documents dealing with "sources and methods"—which Donald Trump does not have the authority to declassify.
"I think it's fair to say that if you or I tried this, we'd be arrested on Day 1," one legal expert wrote on Twitter.
"It doesn't make sense that we should rely on folks like China and others for our own national security interests," Republican Senator Joni Ernst told Newsweek.
"There is enough thorium in the United States alone to power the country at its current energy level for over 1,000 years," expert says.
Retried Lieutenant General Russel Honoré shared his reaction to the January 6 hearings with Newsweek, saying Donald Trump should face criminal charges.
"One of the biggest challenges we have in the future is protecting the nation from a cyberattack and being able to win a cyberwar," Gillibrand told Newsweek.