The president's budget proposals would see spending on aid and 'soft power' slashed in favor of...
Too often, we write off the rogue state as all bark and no bite.
Mark Zuckerberg says he wants the platform to make the world a better place. Is that possible?
Why is Russia suddenly expanding its influence in a region it had almost abandoned?
Should Britain's prime minister be cosying up to a controversial president?
Newsweek debates Trump's moves on abortion provision with Sophie Walker from WEP and Fiorella Nash...
From building a wall to transforming industry, the president has a lot of promises to keep.
One of world's most famous teenagers talks about her plans for the future.
After the "Pizzagate" shooting, we discuss whether the problem of fake news is out of control.
It's back to work, and time to face a year set to be every bit as as eventful as 2016.
How do you poke fun at politicians who break all the rules?
The President-elect's continued combative stance on China is now having an effect on relations.
Meet the former generals who'll be running America's defense operation.
So far, Trump has appointed just three women to his cabinet.
The U.S. president-elect is one of many nationalists surging in popularity across the West.
The IRC president and former U.K. foreign secretary gave his thoughts on where progressive politics...
The billionaire Republican did what was supposed to be impossible. What will he do next?
The Veeps have been obscured in this contest, but both will play a crucial role after November 8.
For all the controversy surrounding the candidates' personalities, their choice of judges could be...
What puts women off the Republicans, and will they get what they need from the Democrats?
Has Donald Trump scuppered the GOP's chances of reaching the White House once and for all?
The Republican presidential nominee's business dealings raise important questions for the election.
What would the controversial property mogul's first days in office be like?
As the U.S. pores over Clinton's health records, where is the private/public boundary?
Politicians know that immigration is a key issue; they're less sure how to handle it.