Lindsey Graham Disagrees With Trump Backing Biden on Pulling Troops From Afghanistan
President Joe Biden stated he wants a complete withdrawal from Afghanistan by September 11, and Trump said that's "wonderful and positive." Graham referred to them as "generals" in his disagreement.newsweek.com
Pastor Greg Locke Says Trump Won Election But It Was Stolen, Insists He's Not a False Prophet
"That don't make me false. That makes them liars and crooks," Locke said.newsweek.com
Louisville Officer Punches Black Protester Several Times in Arrest Seen on Video
This video shows an officer throwing four punches at Dee Garrett's head, breaking the man's glasses in the process.newsweek.com
Daunte Wright Protester Bashes Joe Biden for Failing Black Community: You Said, 'You Got Our Back'
Demonstrators gathered in Brooklyn Center on Saturday for a seventh night of protests against police brutality after the police killing of 20-year-old Daunte Wright.newsweek.com
Joe Biden Sees Japan's Yoshihide Suga as New 'Ally in Chief' as China Tensions Rise
Japanese Prime Minister Suga was the first foreign leader to visit the Biden White House. Their shared concern: the challenge of containing an increasingly restive Beijing.newsweek.com
Exclusive: Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga, Biden's First Foreign Visitor, on Containing China
Following his historic White House summit, Japan's prime minister sat down for an exclusive Newsweek interview, weighing in on China, COVID, economic recovery, the Olympics and his budding friendship with Joe Biden.newsweek.com
NBA Bracing for Verdict in Derek Chauvin Trial for Death of George Floyd
Closing arguments in the Chauvin trial begin Monday. The NBA told its teams to be cautious in reactions to the verdict.newsweek.com
Petition Calling for Netflix to Drop Colton Underwood Series Approaching 20K Signatures
The focus of the petition centers on allegations that Underwood harassed Cassie Randolph, his final pick on the popular reality TV show 'The Bachelor.'newsweek.com
The 15 Best Mystery Movies Streaming Right Now, According to Critics
Awesome mystery movies keep viewers second-guessing until the closing credits. Here's the pick of those available right now.newsweek.com
Trevor Lawrence Thanks Jaguars Fans For Wedding Gifts, Hints He'll Go No. 1
Jacksonville Jaguars fans sent wedding gifts and charity donations to a quarterback who's not even on their team yet.newsweek.com
Derek Chauvin Won't Be Found Guilty, Americans Predict After Minneapolis Closes Schools
"We all know how this ends, to the point that they're literally closing schools because of it," one user tweeted.newsweek.com
Florida Man Attacks Black Mom at Ferris Wheel, Gets Beaten By Onlookers in Video
Bystanders rushed in, all of them wildly punching and kicking the ride operator in a melee that lasted about 30 seconds.newsweek.com
Specialized Turbo Como SL 5.0 Review: A Solid E-Bike With a Hefty Price
The Specialized Turbo Como SL 5.0 e-bike is a great way to get around town, backed by a legacy of quality bikes for decades.newsweek.com
Marjorie Taylor Greene Introducing Resolution to Expel Rep. Maxine Waters from Congress
"Rep Waters is a danger to our society," Greene said.newsweek.com
Pro-Trump Author Eric Metaxas Calls Deniers of 2020 Election Fraud 'Enemies of This Country'
"This is like putting a bullet in the head of Lady Liberty," the prominent Christian author said.newsweek.com
'Is That Helpful?': Fox News Host Confronts John Cornyn Over Tweet Asking If Biden's 'In Charge'
"It certainly wasn't my intention" to question Biden's "physical or mental" state, the Republican senator said.newsweek.com
Matthew McConaughey Leads Texas Gov. Abbott by Double Digits in Hypothetical Match-Up: Poll
A plurality of Texas voters would support the award-winning actor while just one-third support the current Republican governor.newsweek.com
Austin, Texas Active Shooting Leaves Three Dead at the Scene
The Austin-Travis County EMS has advised people to stay away from the Arboretum area on Sunday as an active shooting unfolded.newsweek.com
Donald Trump Objects to 9/11 as Date of Afghanistan Withdrawal, Calls for Earlier Exit
Trump also cited that September 11 is a "a very sad event" and the "positive" move of bringing troops home would take away from the "day of reflection."newsweek.com
George W. Bush on What Separates Him From Trump: I Don't 'Miss Being Famous'
"I think it's undignified to wanna see my name in print all the time," Bush said in a CBS News interview that aired Sunday.newsweek.com
Stunning Video of Commercial Jetliners 'Racing' in Midair Viewed Over 15 Million Times
"This just happened," read the text passenger TahoeMatt pasted on a TikTok video taken from his window-aisle seat.newsweek.com
'American Idol' Comeback Twist: How It Will Work and Who Is Returning?
"American Idol" has a major twist this year that will see 10 contestants from last year's coronavirus-hit season get another chance on the ABC show. Here's who's coming back.newsweek.com
Chris Wallace Confronts Jake Sullivan on Afghanistan Withdrawal, Cites Challenges in Iraq
The Fox News anchor pointed out that Biden was "just as confident back in 2011 about pulling all U.S. forces out of Iraq."newsweek.com
Ted Cruz Says Democrats 'Actively Encouraging Riots & Violence' After Maxine Waters Comments
Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) called on protestors to get "more confrontational" if officer Derek Chauvin isn't found guilty of murdering George Floyd.newsweek.com
Roger Stone Blasts 'Vile' Lawsuit Claiming He Owes IRS $2 Million, Blames 'Deep State'
Former President Donald Trump commuted Roger Stone's sentence after he was found guilty of lying to Congress in 2019.newsweek.com
John Boehner Says America First Caucus 'Has No Place in the Republican Party'
"This so-called America First Caucus is one of the nuttiest things I've ever seen," the former Republican House Speaker said.newsweek.com
Two Found Dead in Tesla After Firefighters Battle Car Fire For Four Hours
It took them four hours—and used 23,000 gallons of water—to finally extinguish the fire after the Tesla Model S crashed.newsweek.com
Mother Who Ordered Kidnap of Daughter, 8, Found With the Girl In Old Factory—Police
Little Mia Montemaggi and her 28-year-old mother were found after a six day police hunt that involved more than 200 officers.newsweek.com
Lindsey Graham Says Biden Created 'Instability' Amid Afghanistan Withdrawal, Border Issue
"I've never been more worried than I am now about the world at large," the Republican senator said.newsweek.com
FedEx Employee Shot in Indianapolis Mass Shooting Says Company 'Did Not Protect Us'
"It's sad. It's something that never should have happened. FedEx should have been more aware," said Angela Hughley.newsweek.com