A Native American group claims in a new lawsuit that their cultural concerns have been ignored by the Washington Commanders.
The president of the nation's largest union for federal workers told Newsweek that Congress is playing with fire.
Ukraine has had a challenging week regarding allied support both on the battlefield and off of it.
The Republican senator's military hold-ups have forced the U.S. Senate to individually confirm nominees.
The Florida congressman seems to have galvanized enough members of his conference to focus on an agenda that doesn't include a continuing resolution.
Employers may have to eat some of their workers' insurance costs if they want them to stay.
"The overwhelming majority of people in this country are not looking to buy $78 meals at Newark Airport," a commenter on X said.
The longtime media mogul is putting his son, Lachlan, in charge of Fox and News Corp.
"I hate to see conservatives, who for the most part are supposed to eschew celebrity culture, act like lap dogs to Russell Brand," Kelly said on British TV.
A massive nationwide march in Canada resulted in large gatherings and some arrests between protesters and counter-protesters.
Cassidy Hutchinson worked for then-Trump Chief of Staff Mark Meadows and was a key January 6 witness.
A former attorney for former President Donald Trump told Newsweek that his name being listed by Fulton County prosecutors is news to him.
The former White House chief medical adviser and his wife saw their net worth increase by about $5 million between 2019 and 2021,
The organization responsible for overturning affirmative action at colleges and universities is going after the military academies.
Epps is back in the spotlight after nearly two years of being at the center of conservative conspiracy theories.
The driver immediately became ill, called out for help and was transported to a hospital in very serious condition.
The U.S. Supreme Court has a history of continuing its business during periods of congressional turmoil.
The man admitted to his actions, including coughing on a colleague who was a dialysis patient.
The former president is set to face trial in March 2024 for alleged federal election interference in Georgia.
The House Republican apologized after video footage showed her causing a disturbance during a public theater performance in Denver.
"I don't believe that [Biden's] a competent commander-in-chief," the Gen Z Democrat said on Fox News.
A coalition of UK animal groups says a new law will not deter future dog attacks.
"We're creating a patchwork of policies across the state depending on where you live," an LGBTQ+ advocate told Newsweek.
Friday marks the beginning of Rosh Hashanah and the Jewish High Holy Days, culminating in Yom Kippur.
House Republicans opened an impeachment inquiry earlier this week into Joe Biden for purported business dealings involving his son in other countries.
Inflation continues to affect seniors, who according to new Census data, are collectively experiencing more poverty.
The deal celebrates the coffee chain's fall drink menu.
Trump has said that as president he could declassify government documents even with a thought, but the judge in the Mar-a-Lago case doesn't agree.