In an original Newsweek essay, Dr. Judy Ho talks about using morning affirmations to our advantage.
The first full moon of the year will reach its peak at 6:08 p.m. ET on January 6.
Lake is continuing to insist she won the Arizona governor election, though her case has been rejected in court.
The latest viral trend has inspired singletons on TikTok to try the ritual as part of their quest for love in the new year.
Former rally champion Penny Mallory reveals how to develop your confidence, commitment and focus.
Ryan Seacrest is back to host "Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve," celebrating the arrival of 2023 live from New York City.
In an original Newsweek essay, Anna Sergent talks about the "no contact" rule.
NASA's NEO Earth Close Approaches database has identified more than 30 "potentially hazardous" asteroids that will approach Earth in the coming year.
Sheep walking in circles, a mystery shark with bulging eyes and a Burmese python swallowing an alligator whole also made the list.
Some experts say the recent criminal referrals will make an indictment more likely, while others think the Justice Department has already waited too long.
The former Russian president also predicted the collapse of the European Union, the creation of a Fourth Reich and an American civil war.
Psychotherapist Fiona Yassin tells Newsweek why she feels we need to stop dieting.
In an original essay, Esther Fox tells Newsweek about approaching exercise from the comfort of home.
Newsweek's annual round-up of the events, innovations, products and developments that will inform, inspire and delight us in the New Year.
Cities including Kursk and Belgorod, which are located near Russia's border with Ukraine, have been excluded from Santa's list.
As we approach the Jewish New Year, or Rosh Hashanah, and subsequent High Holidays, Jews across America will gather in synagogues and homes in the largest numbers since the antisemitic hostage crisis at a synagogue in Colleyville, Texas, in January. Security is a critical priority at a time when antisemitism in the United States is on the rise.
People from Middle Eastern origin are just as American as anyone else.
Today marks the beginning of the Lunar New Year, here's all you need to know about the Year of the Tiger, what it means and how to celebrate.
The bone conduction Shokz OpenRun Pro headphones are great for fitness, but the high price may keep a lot of people away.
The annual holiday marking the start of the Julian calendar entails informal celebrations.
As 2021 comes to a close, the majority of Americans aren't feeling rosy about what's in store for the world in the new year.
Despite rising rates, Miami will move forward with its party which it describes as the "largest in the United States after the Times Square event in New York."
The dawn of another new year is for many a time for hope, introspection and reevaluation—but why? Newsweek examines the reasons.
"Fortnite" is ringing in the New Year with an in-game fireworks display. Here is everything you need to know about when it takes place and how to join.
The "Fantasy in the Sky" fireworks display is how Walt Disney World rings in the new year. Here's everything you need to know about the livestream and how to watch it.
Because grammar is the last thing you want to worry about when ringing in another new year.