Donald Trump May Live to Regret Burning GOP Bridges
Nikki Haley and Ron DeSantis, who have come under constant attack from the former president recently, delayed speaking out against his possible arrest.
Photos Show Scene Outside Mar-a-Lago as Potential Trump Indictment Looms
Local media reports that a few dozen Trump supporters gathered near his home in Palm Beach, Florida, on Tuesday to show their support for the former president.
DeSantis Says Unlike Trump, He Would Have Fired Fauci
The Florida governor spoke about the differences between himself and the former president in an interview with Piers Morgan that is set to air Thursday.
Retired U.S. General Reveals Where Ukraine Should Use U.S. Patriot Systems
Two Patriot systems that were previously promised to Ukraine are on their way to the battlefield, according to U.S. officials Tuesday.
Jim Jordan's Crusade Against Alvin Bragg Could Come Back to Bite Him
"We may have opened a political Pandora's box," a former federal prosecutor told Newsweek.
Far-Right Republican Group Sounds Censorship Alarm Over Instagram Ban
The group says Instagram removed it from the platform "for supposedly being a fake account," which members dispute.
Alex Jones Breaks With Trump Over Calls to Protest
The right-wing broadcaster compared Trump's plea to lighting a cigarette while "filling up your tractor with gasoline."
The Massive Problem With the Viral Fake Trump Arrest Photos
"Not everyone is up to speed on how quickly the generative AI and deep fake space is evolving," Henry Ajder, expert in examining synthetic media, told Newsweek.
Drought Map Shows Worst Areas in U.S.
California has mostly recovered from its drought but several other states are plagued with similar conditions.
Photos of Trump Supporters at Protest Spark Conspiracy Theory
Donald Trump's calls for protests on Tuesday didn't really pan out.
Full List of Republicans Backing Matt Gaetz's Bid to Block FBI's New HQ
Gaetz, a Florida Republican, accused the FBI of "targeting Americans who oppose their corrupt political agenda."
Fox News Host Says Trump's Alleged Behavior Went Against Bible
As Trump awaits a possible indictment, a former assistant district attorney on the Faulkner Focus said affairs and non-disclosure agreements aren't illegal.
Indicting Trump Reminiscent of 'Segregation': Alan Dershowitz
Dershowitz told Newsweek that Manhattan D.A. Alvin Bragg's case against Trump is "about the worst case of prosecutorial discretion" he has ever seen.
MAGA Republicans Celebrate Polling as Indictment Looms Over Trump's Head
New polling from Morning Consult showed Trump leading all other potential Republican presidential nominees for the party's 2024 presidential nomination.
Mitch McConnell's Silence About Health After Fall Raises Questions
The enduring silence about the Senate Minority Leader's recovery has sparked questions about the state of his health and speculation about his tenure as leader.
Is Banking Crisis As Bad as 2008 Collapse? Janet Yellen Weighs In
Recent financial turmoil has brought back unpleasant memories for many fearing another banking crisis. Here's how it compares to 2008.
Donald Trump's Cold War With Ron DeSantis Is Now Full-Blown Conflict
DeSantis said he won't be "getting involved" if Trump is indicted over allegations that he paid hush money to adult film star Stormy Daniels.
Trump's Biggest Problem Isn't In New York: 'Like Dominos Falling'
"Special counsel Jack Smith is a real danger to Trump's freedom," a legal expert told Newsweek following new case developments.
Over 80 Percent of Millennials Regret Buying First Home in 2023: Report
Many of the millennials surveyed said that their interest rates are too high.
Drone Video Shows Buried Highway After California Landslide
The state has battled flood risks after several atmospheric rivers released excessive rain, and landslides have accompanied these rivers.
Bryan Kohberger Is Being Kept Away From Other Inmates for His Safety
"The danger to him is too great to put him in the population with the rest of the inmates," a former FBI agent said.
GOP Committee Chair Compares Marjorie Taylor Greene to LeBron James
Representative James Comer's remarks reveal how Greene's standing in Congress has changed since Republicans took control of the House after the midterms.