Anti-Abortion Groups Say Republicans Are Going Too Far
Several organizations slammed a South Carolina bill that would classify abortion as homicide, making those who get the procedure eligible for the death penalty.
Joe Biden's 'Hot Mic' Moment While Visiting Factory Viewed 3M Times
Collin Rugg, co-owner of conservative commentary outlet Trending Politics, said a video "appears to catch Biden's handler literally telling him how to walk."
Fox Displays Poll Showing 61% of People Don't Want Donald Trump Back
The survey found just 38 percent of Americans want to see a second Trump White House term.
NRA Scores Two Big Gun Rights Wins Within 24 Hours of Nashville Shooting
The gun lobby celebrated the news that progress on a Colorado assault weapons ban had stalled and a Nebraska concealed carry bill was close to becoming law.
Trump Grand Jury Has Gone Quiet and No One Knows Why
The New York panel is not expected to meet on Wednesday, as speculation about a potentially historic indictment against the former president continues to build.
Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez Could Lose Millions if Home Search Fails
"Bennifer" may lose millions if a new mansion tax drives the housing market up in Los Angeles.
Kari Lake Blasts 'Media Bias' Over Nashville 'Transphobes' Gun Post
A tweet by Josselyn Berry, the press secretary of Arizona's governor, has sparked fury, with Republicans accusing her of threatening violence.
Ohio River Disaster as Barge With Tons of Toxic Methanol Sinks
A crash near Louisville, Kentucky, caused three barges to become "lodged"—one of which, officials said, was partially submerged and carries 1,400 tons of methanol.
Bryan Kohberger Trial Twist After Prosecution 'Unforced Error'
Prosecutors have told the Idaho court about an internal affairs investigation into an officer who worked on Kohberger's case.
With Hungary and Turkey Banned, U.S. Hosts Divided Democracy Summit
"They're NATO allies, and we're going to continue to work together with them on lots of different issues of mutual concern," NSC spokesman John Kirby said.
Trump Lawyer Claims Hush Money Probe Is 'Dead' as Investigation Continues
Attorney Lindsey Halligan said that if Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg's inquiry is not ending then "it should be."
'Wordle' Today #648 Answer, Hints and Tips for Wednesday, March 29 Game
Newsweek has some hints and tips to help you crack Wednesday's "Wordle" challenge.
Covenant School Memorial Photos: Nashville Mourns Audrey Hale's Victims
Community members gathered at a memorial outside The Covenant School to honor the six victims killed in Monday's mass shooting.
Marjorie Taylor Greene Twitter Suspended After Trans 'Vengeance' Warning
Twitter claims that it has automatically swept for tweets containing a "Trans Day of Vengeance" poster and removed them, regardless of who shared it and why.
Chicago Faces Historic Cop 'Exodus' if Progressive Wins Mayor: Union Chief
"If this guy gets in we're going to see an exodus like we've never seen before," John Catanzara, president of Chicago's Lodge 7 of the Fraternal Order of Police said.
Fake Audrey Hale Photos Spread Like Wildfire After Nashville Shooting
One image falsely described as Hale showed a person with a "TRANS RIGHTS...OR ELSE" placard.
Grand Jury Schedule Sparks New Speculation About Trump Indictment
The grand jury isn't going to meet Wednesday and reportedly won't hear evidence in the Trump hush payment case when it meets Thursday.
DeSantis to Visit Israel as Florida Antisemitism Reaches 'Historic' High
Florida's governor, who has exclusively traveled to Israel on his foreign trips, will visit for the fourth time next month.
Nevada Top 2024 Battleground Target from Senate to President, GOP Says
"Nevada is a Biden state that looks increasingly like we have a shot at flipping," the Republican National Committee told Newsweek.
Pence Ruling Signals Court Done Letting Trump 'Weaponize' Delay: Kirschner
A federal judge ruled on Tuesday that former Vice President Mike Pence must testify in the Justice Department's Jan. 6 investigation.
Does TikTok Ban Allow for 20 Year Prison Sentence?
The criminal penalties of the Senate's bipartisan RESTRICT Act includes up to a million dollars in fines and up to 20 years in prison. Here's what that means.
Ted Cruz Erupts at DHS Secretary Mayorkas During Hearing
The Texas senator asked Alejandro Mayorkas several times if there is currently a "crisis" at the border.