Trump Tears Into Laura Ingraham Over 'Hit Piece'—'There Go Her Ratings!'
The Fox News host discussed recent 2024 polls showing Florida Governor Ron DeSantis ahead in key swing states.
Joe Biden Triggering 14th Amendment Could Backfire Spectacularly on Him
The president believes he has the authority to raise debt without Congress' approval to avoid default. Constitutional lawyers differ on whether he's right.
Americans Refuse to Quit Eating Meat
Forty percent of Americans don't believe that eating less red meat would lower carbon emissions, according to a poll for Newsweek.
Bryan Kohberger Is a 'Really Difficult Client'—Defense Attorney
Kohberger, 28, the suspect in the stabbing deaths of four University of Idaho students, was arraigned in Moscow, Idaho, on May 22.
'Transformers' Using 9/11 Imagery to Promote Movie Leaves Viewers Stunned
A new trailer for "Transformers: Rise of the Beasts" shows footage of the World Trade Center in New York with smoke billowing behind it.
Landlord 'Brutally Murdered' by Her Tenant in Virginia: Police
Joyce Francine Gould, 63, was allegedly shot dead by her tenant.
George Conway Says Donald Trump Will Go to Prison Over Obstruction
The attorney said there is "strong" evidence that the former president instructed his lawyers to help hinder federal attempt to retrieve top-secret materials.
Nazi Flag Inside U-Haul Truck That Crashed by White House, Video Shows
Secret Service spokesperson Anthony Guglielmi said an initial investigation had found that the truck's driver may have "intentionally struck" security barriers.
Judge Hands Kari Lake Another Loss in Arizona
A Maricopa County judge rejected the former GOP gubernatorial candidate's claims about signature verification in a ruling made Monday evening.
What McCarthy, Biden Said After 'Productive' Debt Ceiling Talks
Despite both leaders referring to the latest round of negotiations as positive, the two sides did not strike a deal.
Trump's CNN Town Hall Remarks Could Cost Him
E. Jean Carroll, whom a jury awarded $5 million in damages, seeks an additional $10 million in response to Trump's "defamatory" comments from the broadcast.
TikTok Sues Montana, Alleging First Amendment Violation
"Montana has no authority to enact laws advancing what it believes should be the United States' foreign policy," TikTok told Newsweek.
Attorney Defends Bryan Kohberger's Legal Strategy
"When you learn about the legal strategy behind this you will know it's for good, not nefarious reason," criminal defense attorney Sara Azari said.
Trump Lawyer May Have Exposed 'Detrimental' Information: Legal Expert
Tim Parlatore said in an interview that some close to Trump have been preventing those like him from effectively defending the former president.
Bud Light Is Giving Beer Away for Free
The marketing campaign is the most recent effort to recover beer sales after a boycott was imposed on the brand in April.
Kevin McCarthy, Joe Biden Negotiations May Be Nearing Breakthrough
Congress has until June 1 to reach a deal to raise the debt ceiling and avoid widespread economic fallout.
Bryan Kohberger Smirks at Attorney in Rare Show of Emotion
Kohberger's attorney said on Monday that he was "standing silent" on the charges during his arraignment hearing.
Bryan Kohberger 'Standing Silent': What It Means for Idaho Murders Case
Because of Kohberger's silence, the judge at the arraignment said, "I'm going to enter not guilty pleas on each charge."
St. John's Prep Active Shooter Report Prompts Danvers School Lockdown
State and local police in Massachusetts were on the scene after reports came in about a potential shooter.
Biden Administration to Pay Three States $1 Billion to Conserve Water
The plan will reduce water use from the Colorado River in California, Arizona and Nevada through 2026.
Tim Scott Bets on Trump Supporters' Attraction to Optimism
Senator Tim Scott is taking a happy warrior approach to a Republican primary field dominated by culture wars. Is the public ready for that optimistic message?
Bryan Kohberger Hearing for Idaho Murders Has One Glaring Mistake
The family of one of the victims expressed frustration over the error after Kohberger's Monday arraignment concluded.