The president could have used the annual dinner tradition to bridge the distrust between his administration and the Muslim community, a Muslim cleric told Newsweek.
From an amateur YouTube clip, the “news” traveled through British tabloids to Newsweek. It took Russian state media to set things straight.
Despite the British royal family being a notoriously private bunch o’ buggers, Prince Harry has been recently granting a handful of candid interviews to discuss his princely life, which kicked off last week by admitting to Newsweek that nobody in the family wants to assume the throne as king or ... More »
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In an interview with Newsweek, Prince Harry, the fifth in line to the British throne, offered some intriguing insights into life as a royal, and the younger generation of the House of Windsor. Jane Pauley reports.
Prince Harry is getting candid about his life – and the struggles that he’s experienced. Here’s what the 32-year-old royal told Newsweek: On Princess Diana’s death: “My mother died when I was very young. I didn’t want to be in the position I was in, but I eventually pulled my head out of the sand, [...]
DJ Khaled is the biggest star in music right now and the man behind the hottest anthem of the summer, "I'm the One." But in these intimate portraits shot for Newsweek by photographer Elizabeth Weinberg, the 41-year-old shows a softer...Show More Summary
That’s what far-left news magazine Newsweek would like us to believe, anyway. In a story that went up today, the site reports that the Trump Administration keeps talking about Islamic extremism and not will not acknowledge the right-wing extremism threat the United States is currently facing. Show More Summary
Newsweek reports: Bernie Sanders’s wife, Jane Sanders, has reportedly hired lawyers following a federal investigation into her time as president of the now-defunct Burlington College in Vermont. She is accused of fraudulently obtaining a $10 million bank loan that was purportedly used to buy 33 acres of land for the school. Show More Summary
A Newsweek interview reveals Prince Harry has called Duchess Kate the big sister he never had, and the in-laws maintain a fun, sibling-like relationship.
The 32-year-old prince said in an interview with Newsweek that members of the royal family would be fulfilling their duties, rather than their desires, as Queen Elizabeth’s successors.
It's hard out there for a king. Or a king-to-be. Or even the spare-heir. That's one of the dominant themes to come out of Prince Harry's Newsweek feature. In it, the 32-year-old royal discussed the challenges of being born into his family. Taking over as monarch, he said, is a job that no one really […]
"Is there any one of the royal family who wants to be king or queen? I don’t think so," comes the answer from a person you might not expect: Prince Harry. But in an interview with Newsweek, the 32-year-old assures that "we will carry out our duties at the right...
Trump's Twitter fingers and the Grassy Knoll. A version of this story first appeared in Newsweek. He’s called global warming a hoax, suggested that Barack Obama was not an American and linked autism to childhood vaccinations. And soon,...Show More Summary
by Charles Mudede Castle Geyser erupting in Yellowstone. Riishede/Getty Newsweek has reported that more than 400 earthquakes have been recorded in and around Yellowstone Park since June 12. The last one (a magnitude three earthquake) occurred this Monday, June 19. Show More Summary
The US hasn't done "a very good job pushing Russia out of the way," said MSNBC's Jeremy Bash, implying it would be a good idea to target a country that only months ago was reported by Newsweek to have a bomb that could flatten Texas...
Writer Ryan Bort has been caught red handed promoting phony “gun violence” statistics in a recent #FakeNews story for (the... The post Newsweek Writer Uses Phony Statistics to Support Gun Violence Report appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
In an interview with Newsweek, the British prince explains how he found a way to give his life meaning after struggling to cope with the death of his beloved mother, Princess Diana.
Hamed Sinno of Mashrou Leila' tells Newsweek he has received homophobic abuse and death threats.
Coming from a Newsweek interview with Shigeru Miyamoto, Xavier Poix, managing director of Ubisoft's French studios and Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot... YG: "Mr. Miyamoto wanted [Ubisoft] to do something different from what [Nintendo] was doing with Mario. Show More Summary