Fresh Hope for Those Lost
New technologies are being used to revolutionize the hunt for America’s missing persons
Bidenomics Won't Swing It for the Democrats
Biden's economic policies are reaping benefits in battleground states, but immigration is proving to bea more important issue for voters in the presidential election
ON THE BRINK
‘The Hermit Kingdom’ has survived decades of totalitarian rule, but bellicose statements from its leader, Kim Jong Un, could signal trouble ahead. Newsweek analyzes scenarios that could trigger its demise
AMERICA'S BEST PROGRAMS LOYALTY 2024
CUSTOMER LOYALTY MEANS BIG BUSINESS
Bones of Contention
After years of debate, archaeologists say they have gained greater understanding of among the most historically important” human remains in Europe—belonging to the family of Alexander the Great
CELEBRATED DIRECTOR ROB REINER IS WORRIED ABOUT THE RISE OF Christian nationalism the use of Christian values to push a political agenda-and its impact on democracy.
Tiny Houses to the Rescue
Could bite-sized dwellings fix the affordability crisis?
America's Greatest Workplaces for Women 2024
As women make strides toward breaking down professional barriers, there are still undeniable challenges.
\"He goes the extra mile and has a lot of heart.\"
60 Years of Beatlemania
The Fab Four's U.S. debut on The Ed Sullivan Show six decades ago was a landmark television event that further fueled the hysteria surrounding the band
Biggest Beauty Trends of 2024
Move over Botox, brow lifts and blinding white teeth-this year is all about rejuvenating yourself naturally
DRIVEN TO DESPAIR
MORE THAN 60 PERCENT OF AMERICAN HOUSEHOLDS CANNOT AFFORD TO BUY A NEW VEHICLE. IS THIS THE END OF THE ROAD FOR THE NATION'S LOVE OF CARS?
Doctors Put Abortion Law Before My Life
I was afraid I'd die miscarrying, as medics fear ending pregnancies could jeopardize their careers
Schooling the Workforce for Retention
America's top talent incubators are organizations where employees want to stay
RUSSIA-UKRAINE WAR: How the War in Ukraine Could Be Won
NATO’s former commander weighs outcomes for Russia’s invasion of the country and sees likely success for Vladimir Putin unless Western powers decide otherwise
'If the business is gone and the dream is over, [Self Reliance] was the movie I wanted to make.'
'What I'm doing is just sharing things that have worked for me. I think each individual has to find what works for them.'
Collegiate Swifties Rejoice
Here's why schools from the Ivy League to the U.K. are offering electives on Taylor Swift - from her social significance to her business acumen
MOST TRUSTED BRANDS - 2024
THE FOUNDATION FOR ALL RELATIONSHIPS is trust. This applies to our personal relationships and to our dealings with the businesses and brands we depend on daily. You want to be confident that when you pay for a product or service, it will live up to your expectations time and time again. While it isn't easy to measure trust, it's a quality critical for success that is challenging to earn and easy to lose.
WHAT WOULD AN INDEPENDENT TEXAS LOOK LIKE?
SECESSION CAMPAIGNERS HAVE PUSHED TO GET A FREEDOM REFERENDUM ON THE BALLOT IN THE LONE STAR STATE. IS THE RETURN TO BEING A REPUBLIC A PIPE DREAM OR IS IT COMING DOWN THE PIPE?
I Wish Mom Had Ozempic. She'd Have Liked Me
Semaglutide drugs would have made a huge difference to my mother's mental health - and to our relationship
Harvard in Turmoil
Campuses are hotbeds of protest, but it's nothing new. Nor is it as bad now as in the '60s and '70s
IF YOU THOUGHT MICHELLE YEOH WAS GOING TO SLOW DOWN AFTER winning last year's Best Actress Academy Award for Everything Everywhere All at Once, you'd be mistaken.
Unleash the Molecules!
How turned science into pop art
JOSH HUTCHERSON ISN'T CONCERNED WITH doing what you think he should. \"There was an obvious path to take post-Hunger Games. But I made a conscious choice to say 'no' to a lot of things and not really just follow a predetermined [path].\"
These unmissable adventures will make 2024 a year to remember
The property empire that funds the militant group's attacks
Bring White Men Into the Conversation
A very powerful group has been mostly missing from discussions about diversity, equity and inclusion. That can change
Black Voters Could Win It for Trump
Polls show the Republican front-runner is poised to secure more votes from African Americans than any Republican in history—which could tip the presidential election in his favor
1989 - Sammie Harbour, a 27-year-old with sickle-cell anemia, was \"forced to choose between a job he liked and doctors he trusted,\" Newsweek wrote.