Donald Trump's "felonies" leave former prosecutor stunned
The former president's indictment includes multiple felony counts of falsification of business records, reports say, with one putting the figure at 34.
Toddler found dead in alligator's jaws thrown in lake by father—affidavit
The St. Petersburg Police Department said officers searching for toddler Taylen Mosley were alerted to an alligator seen with something in its mouth.
Thank FCC Chair Rosenworcel for Saving Local News
Further enriching greedy investors is not more important than protecting America's local news.
Next news network founder cries on air as conservative channel demonetized
Next News Network host Gary Franchi called on his viewers to pray with him before asking them to financially support the YouTube channel.
Three theories that could explain the unidentified objects
U.S. fighter jets have shot down four objects over American and Canadian airspace in the past nine days.
What we know as U.S. shoots down third object over North America
Officials said the object was detected above Alaska before it crossed into Canadian airspace.
Idaho murders: Key updates from this week
Bryan Kohberger, a 28-year-old Washington State University doctoral student, is charged in the deaths of four University of Idaho students.
Bryan Kohberger back in court: What to expect today
Kohberger, 28, is charged with four counts of first-degree murder and one count of felony burglary regarding the deaths of four University of Idaho students.
Idaho victim's mother pens tribute to slain son: "We have to look ahead"
Ethan Chapin, 20, was fatally stabbed at an off-campus rental home in November along with Kaylee Goncalves, Madison Mogen and Xana Kernodle, his girlfriend.
Evidence against Bryan Kohberger is not "irrefutable proof"—attorney
"There is a lot of smoke here, but no definitive fire," Duncan Levin, a former prosecutor who is now a defense attorney, told Newsweek.
Did Bryan Kohberger discuss demons in these disturbing online posts?
Kohberger, 28, a former doctoral student at Washington State University, is charged in the killing of four University of Idaho students.
Woman details Tinder date with Bryan Kohberger: "Kept trying to touch me"
"He texted me and said I had good birthing hips, so I never talked to him" again, she said.
Kaylee Goncalves' sister defends surviving Idaho roommate over 911 delay
"I think everyone should stop passing judgments because you don't know what you would do in that situation," Alivea Goncalves said.
Why Bryan Kohberger was charged with burglary as well as murder
Kohberger is facing four counts of first-degree murder and one count of felony burglary in connection with the killings of four University of Idaho students.
Kaylee Goncalves' sister breaks silence after Bryan Kohberger arrest—Video
""I'm confident that Moscow Police Department, Idaho State Police and the FBI have the right person and I thank them from the very bottom of my heart," said Alivea Goncalves.
Idaho murders suspect Bryan Kohberger's classmates weigh in after arrest
"Bryan was incredibly smart and talked about things that impassioned him, but there had been something off about him," a former classmate said.
Second cruise ship passenger dies after falling overboard in just one week
The body of a 36-year-old woman who had fallen overboard from a cruise ship off the coast of Port Canaveral, Florida, was found on Thursday.
Shocking number of Americans believe we are living in the end times
Those who believe are living in the end times are less likely to say climate change is an extremely or very serious problem than those who don't.
Will Special Master Dearie Face Carter Page FISA Conflict of Interest?
Will Judge Dearie's hand in Trump adviser investigation spell trouble for the special master? Newsweek Fact Check looked into the speculative claims.
MyPillow Guy Mike Lindell's Phone and FBI—What We Do Know, What We Don't
Speculation is rife after MyPillow's CEO was targeted by the FBI. Newsweek examines the facts.
California Heat Wave Map, Update as Temperature Could Hit 115° on Labor Day
Californians are being asked to reduce their energy consumption as providers warn of the possibility of blackouts.
Fact Check: Donald Trump May Face Same Charges As Assange and Snowden
Former president Donald Trump may be charged in same manner as Edward Snowden and Julian Assange, viral Twitter post claims.
Fact Check: Is Donald Trump's Popularity 'Through The Roof' Since FBI Raid?
Former president Trump claims extraordinary approval ratings despite threat of prosecution, but what do the polls say?
A Preschool Teacher's Disturbing Social Media Gets Him Barred from Job
After he contracted monkeypox, Marco Antonio Reyes Rojas received thousands of dollars from GoFundMe. Then his "@Sensual_Bottom" account came to light.
Fact Check: Does Photo Show Joe Biden Talking to Homeless Man After Movie?
A candid photo of the president appears to show him alone, talking to a rough sleeper on the streets of D.C.
Fact Check: Is Donald Trump Representing Himself In Lawsuit Against DOJ?
An online filing for Trump's DOJ lawsuit, shared on Twitter, suggests there are no lawyers on the case, making him a pro se litigant. But is that true?
Fact Check: Was GOP Activist Detained for Reporting 'Gender Queer' Book?
Rayla Campbell, who is running for Secretary of State in Massachusetts, was said to have been "detained" for possession of LGBT-friendly children's book.
Fact Check: Did Liz Cheney Tell 'Evil Quagmire' Matt Gaetz 'Bring it On'?
Ousted Wyoming Congresswoman Liz Cheney appeared to compare Matt Gaetz to a Family Guy character. Or did she?
Madison Cawthorn Comparing Biden's FBI to Roman Leader '100% Wrong'—Experts
Madison Cawthorn's "half-baked" analogy likening the Mar-a-Lago raid to Ancient Rome fails to convince historians, Newsweek Fact Check found out.
Fact Check: Is Trump Right That Inflation Bill Raises Middle Income Taxes?
Donald Trump believes Joe Biden has broken a pledge not to tax Americans earning less than $400,000.