"A graduate student doing a Master of Divinity program is now magically a double major, also getting an MBA," a senior academic said regarding Olivet's fraud.
Newsweek's "The Royal Report" discusses why the duchess may have "pivoted" her "Archetypes" podcast to avoid using explicit labels.
Newsweek's "The Royal Report" podcast discusses Kate's decision to wear an expensive new brooch in the context of King Charles' aim to slim down monarchy.
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Social media users have voiced their belief that the king and queen have been given an easy ride by Netflix.
Charles faced death on a number of occasions, which could have put his disgraced younger brother on the throne, his biographer tells "The Royal Report"
An exclusive poll for Newsweek asked over 1,000 Americans about relationships and infidelity.
This week we're putting a spooky twist on our Newsweek Pet of the Week with our favorite costume-clad pets.
Newsweek's "The Royal Report" podcast discusses the difficulties facing King Charles and the royals over the dispute of titles for Harry and Meghan's children.
As the new king faces appointing his second prime minister in his two-month long reign, Newsweek's "The Royal Report" unpacked the latest royal/political drama.
Seven publications, including Newsweek, lost 68,504 followers on Monday and Tuesday, sparking speculation that Facebook's owner Meta has purged bot accounts.
King Charles III's reign has begun with "an unnecessary battle" with the media over accusations of censorship, according to Newsweek's Royal Report podcast.
This week's Newsweek "Pet of the Week" is Blue heeler mix Smokey who lives in Indiana with her owner Matt Sandefur.
"Hooters rules feel an awful lot like misogyny," one user commented.
Newsweek's "The Royal Report" podcast heard how Diana utilized an iconic Virgin Atlantic Sweatshirt in an attempt to subdue intrusive press photographers.
Newsweek's "The Royal Report" looks at how William's being booed at sporting events could be representative of a change in the perception of the monarchy
Discover our Newsweek pet of the week, as well as this week's adorable runners-up.
Newsweek offers hints to solve the daily brainteaser that is now played by millions all over the world.
Everything you need to know to solve the latest 'Wordle' #359 puzzle, including tips, clues and if you're really stumped—the answer.
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Newsweek's awards for the World's Greatest Auto Disruptors recognized executives and companies that raised the bar for carmakers in 2021.
Joe Rogan and Spotify have been under pressure over alleged COVID and vaccine misinformation presented in Rogan's podcast.
Bancel, who took Moderna from a startup to a global juggernaut, spoke with Newsweek CEO Dev Pragad about the race to develop a COVID-19 vaccine and the challenge of managing a team through an extraordinary crisis.
Despite polls showing a majority of Americans oppose Trump filling the vacant Supreme Court seat before the election, voters are much less inclined to oppose Barrett specifically.
To celebrate International Cat Day, meet some of the cats that the "Newsweek" staff call their own.
Dickey worked for The Washington Post, Newsweek, and was world editor at The Daily Beast in a career spanning decades.
This quiz may help you decide as the 2020 presidential race for Democrats has officially narrowed to just three candidates, with only two, Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders, in contention for the party nomination to face Donald Trump in November.
"In the '60s and '70s, only men were hired as writers," says Lucy Howard, then a researcher. "It was the system, and we accepted it—until we didn't."