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Trump Says ISIS Fighters Tied To Syria Suicide Bombing Of Americans Were Killed [Video]Trump Says ISIS Fighters Tied To Syria Suicide Bombing Of Americans Were Killed

President Donald Trump said Wednesday that U.S. forces killed the militants responsible for the January bombing in Syria that killed four Americans.

Newsweek -   00:27

Trump Slams McCain Again In Ohio: 'I've Never Liked Him Much, Probably Never Will' [Video]Trump Slams McCain Again In Ohio: 'I've Never Liked Him Much, Probably Never Will'

President Donald Trump continued his attacks on late Republican Senator John McCain during his speech at a tank plant in Lima, Ohio on Wednesday, during which he said McCain "didn't get the job done" when it came to veterans.

Newsweek -   01:44

Trump: ISIS 'Gone By Tonight' [Video]Trump: ISIS 'Gone By Tonight'

President Donald Trump on Wednesday repeatedly touted two maps he said showed the Islamic State's diminished areas of control over time in Syria, saying the militant group would be defeated very soon.

Newsweek -   00:17

Watch: Trump Complains He Gave McCain 'The Funeral He Wanted' But 'Didn't Get A Thank You' [Video]Watch: Trump Complains He Gave McCain 'The Funeral He Wanted' But 'Didn't Get A Thank You'

President Trump escalated his attacks on the late Sen. John McCain after touring the Lima Army Tank Plant at Joint Systems Manufacturing in Lima, Ohio on March 20, 2019.

Newsweek -   00:29

Trump: If Public Wants To See Mueller Report 'Let Them See It' [Video]Trump: If Public Wants To See Mueller Report 'Let Them See It'

President Donald Trump on Wednesday said he supports the public seeing special counsel Robert Mueller’s final report that’s believed to be on the brink of being completed and submitted to Attorney General William Barr: "Let it come out. Let people..

Newsweek -   00:34

5 Most Anticipated Movies Coming Out April 2019 [Video]5 Most Anticipated Movies Coming Out April 2019

Here are five of the most anticipated movies coming to theaters in April 2019.

Newsweek -   01:06

Is Trump Coming Between Presidential Critic George Conway And White House Counselor Kellyanne? [Video]Is Trump Coming Between Presidential Critic George Conway And White House Counselor Kellyanne?

With Trump's election victory,Kellyanne Conway became the first woman to have run a successful US presidential campaign. But her husband, George, remains a fierce critic of President Trump, despite his wife's current position as White House counselor.

Newsweek -   01:44

Who Is Richard Grenell? [Video]Who Is Richard Grenell?

Richard Grenell was appointed by President Donald Trump as the United States Ambassador to Germany in May 2018. During this short space of time, he has already drawn significant controversy.

Newsweek -   02:13

Watch: Comedian Tries To Lug A Whole ATM Machine Onto NJ Transit Bus And Goes Viral [Video]Watch: Comedian Tries To Lug A Whole ATM Machine Onto NJ Transit Bus And Goes Viral

A comedian tells the driver of the NJ Transit bus "I'll split it with you" after he jokingly tries to lug a whole ATM machine on a bus.

Newsweek -   00:47

Jair Bolsonaro Is Brazil’s Version Of Donald Trump [Video]Jair Bolsonaro Is Brazil’s Version Of Donald Trump

Jair Bolsonaro was recently elected president of Brazil. The far right leader has come under fire for his controversial remarks regarding homosexuality and rape. He met with President Donald Trump at the White House on March 19.

Newsweek -   01:15

Trump: 'The Last Thing We Want In The United States Is Socialism' [Video]Trump: 'The Last Thing We Want In The United States Is Socialism'

President Donald Trump has predicted the eclipse of socialism in the Americas, arguing the ideology has failed the United States and other nations in the region: "The last thing we want in the United States is socialism."

Newsweek -   00:23

Trump: 'I Was Never A Fan Of John McCain And I Never Will Be' [Video]Trump: 'I Was Never A Fan Of John McCain And I Never Will Be'

President Trump was asked regarding his tweets targeting late Sen. John McCain's ties to the controversial Russia dossier and his vote against repealing Obamacare: "I was never a fan of John McCain and I never will be."

Newsweek -   00:44

IRS Holding Over $1 Billion In Taxpayer Money [Video]IRS Holding Over $1 Billion In Taxpayer Money

Roughly 1.2m Americans still have not claimed their refund after filing their tax returns in 2015. The amount of unclaimed funds is estimated to total around $1.4bn.

Newsweek -   01:17

Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev Resigns After 3 Decades In Power [Video]Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev Resigns After 3 Decades In Power

Kazakhstan's president has announced his resignation after 3 decades in power in a pre-recorded television address. Nazarbayev has led the oil-rich nation since 1989.

Newsweek -   01:16

Who Is Devin Nunes? [Video]Who Is Devin Nunes?

Republican Congressman for California’s 22nd District is suing Twitter over claims the platform is allowing anonymous accounts to insult him. Nunes is accusing Twitter of negligence and defamation and is suing for $250 million.

Newsweek -   01:47

Watch: Israeli Justice Minister Stars In Sultry Spoof Ad For 'Fascism' Perfume [Video]Watch: Israeli Justice Minister Stars In Sultry Spoof Ad For 'Fascism' Perfume

Israeli Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked has released an unusual campaign video, casting herself as a model advertising a new perfume named "Fascism."

Newsweek -   00:44

Trump Denies White Nationalists Are A 'Rising Threat' Across The World [Video]Trump Denies White Nationalists Are A 'Rising Threat' Across The World

President Donald Trump responded to a question from a reporter at the White House asking whether white nationalists are a rising threat. Trump said "I don't really" and said he instead thinks acts of violence such as the New Zealand shooting are just..

Newsweek -   00:23

New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern Vows Never To Say Christchurch Gunman's Name [Video]New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern Vows Never To Say Christchurch Gunman's Name

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has vowed she will never mention the name of the man accused of killing at least 50 people in the Christchurch mosques terror attack on March 15.

Newsweek -   01:07

Netherlands Shooting: Utrecht Police Arrest Suspect After 3 Killed In Terrorist Attack [Video]Netherlands Shooting: Utrecht Police Arrest Suspect After 3 Killed In Terrorist Attack

Dutch police have arrested a Turkish gunman who killed 3 in a deadly tram shooting, hours after the manhunt for 37-year-old Gokmen Tanis began.

Newsweek -   00:42

Melania Trump Praises Betsy DeVos For 'Providing More Opportunities For Children' [Video]Melania Trump Praises Betsy DeVos For 'Providing More Opportunities For Children'

First lady Melania Trump compliments Secretary Betsy DeVos as she hosts the Interagency Working Group on Youth Programs at the White House as part of her “Be Best” initiative.

Newsweek -   00:15

New Zealand Gun Shop Owner Who Sold Firearms to Terror Attack Suspect Supports New Call For Gun Law Reforms [Video]New Zealand Gun Shop Owner Who Sold Firearms to Terror Attack Suspect Supports New Call For Gun Law Reforms

The owner of Gun City, David Tipple, said his company sold the suspect of the mass shooting in New Zealand guns online, but didn't sell him the weapon suspected of being sued in the attack. He also said he supports gun reforms in the country.

Newsweek -   00:56

Netherlands Shooting: SWAT Team Enters Mall After Utrecht Tram Attack [Video]Netherlands Shooting: SWAT Team Enters Mall After Utrecht Tram Attack

At least one person has died after a shooting in Urtrecht, Netherlands on March 18. "We’re still shaking, there was a shooting not far from here and the shooter was still at large. Now a swat team has entered the mall across the street and left not..

Newsweek -   00:15

Kirsten Gillibrand Announces 2020 Presidential Run [Video]Kirsten Gillibrand Announces 2020 Presidential Run

Senator, Kirsten Gillibrand has announced she will be running for President in 2020, joining the growing Democrat cohort.

Newsweek -   02:31

CNN Debate On Trump's Veto Gets Heated: 'Don't You Dare Patronize Me! [Video]CNN Debate On Trump's Veto Gets Heated: 'Don't You Dare Patronize Me!

A CNN debate on President Donald Trump's decision to veto the Senate's rejection of his national emergency bid to build his wall got heated. CNN political commentator, Tara Setmayer accused radio show host, Ben Ferguson of patronizing her when he said..

Newsweek -   00:48

Don Lemon Slams Trumps As Ignorant Over Comments On White Nationalism [Video]Don Lemon Slams Trumps As Ignorant Over Comments On White Nationalism

Whilst discussing President Donald Trump's comments that white wing nationalism is a 'small group of people' CNN's Don Lemon said 'for him not to know right-wing extremism is on the rise if very ignorant.'

Newsweek -   00:46

New Zealand Shooting: 'I Can Tell You One Thing Now, Our Gun Laws Will Change' Says PM [Video]New Zealand Shooting: 'I Can Tell You One Thing Now, Our Gun Laws Will Change' Says PM

New Zealand prime minister, Jacinda Ardern said 'guns laws will change' during a press conference following the terrorist attack that killed at least 49 people in two mosques in Christchurch. The prime minister said the main perpetrator used five guns..

Newsweek -   01:01

Meet The 13-Year-Old Student Leading The US Youth Climate Strike [Video]Meet The 13-Year-Old Student Leading The US Youth Climate Strike

Alexandria Villaseñor is a leader in the US youth climate strike, a movement that is seeing students skip school to protest inaction over combating climate change. The 13-year-old activist was a lead organizer of US Youth Climate Strike in New York..

Newsweek -   03:20

Trump Issues First Veto After Congress Votes To Block National Emergency [Video]Trump Issues First Veto After Congress Votes To Block National Emergency

President Trump vetoed a congressional resolution that blocked his national emergency declaration. 12 Republicans joined Senate Democrats in voting to block Trump's declaration on March 14. In response, Trump issued his first veto the following day.

Newsweek -   00:56

Record Flooding Across Nebraska Prompts Widespread Evacuations [Video]Record Flooding Across Nebraska Prompts Widespread Evacuations

The Nebraska Emergency Management Agency confirmed the first fatality resulting from the historic flooding across the state as residents scrambled to evacuate on March 15.

Newsweek -   00:29

Christchurch Shooting: New Zealand Rugby Star Sonny Bill Williams Mourns Victims In Tearful Tribute [Video]Christchurch Shooting: New Zealand Rugby Star Sonny Bill Williams Mourns Victims In Tearful Tribute

New Zealand Rugby Star Sonny Bill Williams, the first Muslim to represent the All Blacks, fought back tears in a video he posted on Twitter reacting to the mosque attacks. "I just heard the news and I couldn't put into words how I'm feeling right..

Newsweek -   01:04

Christchurch Shooting : New Zealand Rugby Star Sonny Bill Williams Mourns Victims In Tearful Tribute [Video]Christchurch Shooting : New Zealand Rugby Star Sonny Bill Williams Mourns Victims In Tearful Tribute

New Zealand Rugby Star Sonny Bill Williams, the first Muslim to represent the All Blacks, fought back tears in a video he posted on Twitter reacting to the mosque attacks. "I just heard the news and I couldn't put into words how I'm feeling right..

Newsweek -   01:04

World leaders Condemn New Zealand Terror Attack [Video]World leaders Condemn New Zealand Terror Attack

World leaders including Angela Merkel, Donald Trump and Theresa May have condemned the terror attack on New Zealand. On March 15 over 45 people were shot and killed at two mosques in Christchurch.

Newsweek -   01:25

New Zealand Shooting: Extremist Views Have ‘No Place In The World’ Says PM [Video]New Zealand Shooting: Extremist Views Have ‘No Place In The World’ Says PM

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern delivered a statement after a terrorist attack in Christchurch killed 40 people.

Newsweek -   00:45

New Zealand Shootings: Multiple Fatalities As Gunmen Attack 2 Mosques In Christchurch [Video]New Zealand Shootings: Multiple Fatalities As Gunmen Attack 2 Mosques In Christchurch

A shooting at two New Zealand mosques left many people dead and forced authorities to lockdown Christchurch, the country’s third biggest city, police and local media said. Music Credit: Audioblocks 'Boards'

Newsweek -   00:53

New Zealand Shootings: Multiple Fatalities As Gunmen Attack Attack 2 Mosques In Christchurch [Video]New Zealand Shootings: Multiple Fatalities As Gunmen Attack Attack 2 Mosques In Christchurch

A shooting at two New Zealand mosques left many people dead and forced authorities to lockdown Christchurch, the country’s third biggest city, police and local media said. Music Credit: Audioblocks 'After The Storm'

Newsweek -   00:58

12 Republicans Side With Democrats In Voting To Block Trump's National Emergency Declaration [Video]12 Republicans Side With Democrats In Voting To Block Trump's National Emergency Declaration

12 Republican senators voted to overturn President Trump's national emergency declaration, citing concerns about promoting overreach by the Executive Branch.

Newsweek -   01:18

Could Amy Klobuchar Win In 2020? [Video]Could Amy Klobuchar Win In 2020?

After a successful career as a prosecutor, Amy Klobuchar was elected Hennepin County attorney in 1998, and in 2006 won 58% of the vote to become the first woman elected to U.S. Senator from Minnesota. She increased her share of the vote to 65% in..

Newsweek -   06:38

Why ISIS Bride Hoda Muthana Should Face Justice In The U.S. [Video]Why ISIS Bride Hoda Muthana Should Face Justice In The U.S.

Hoda Muthana, born and raised on U.S. soil, was only 20-years-old when she decided to withdraw from the University of Alabama in 2014 and make her way to Syria to join ISIS. Now, 24, with a 18-month-old child, she is asking to return home and answer..

Newsweek -   03:29

Work Stress May Increase Type 2 Diabetes Risk in Women [Video]Work Stress May Increase Type 2 Diabetes Risk in Women

Women with stressful jobs may have a higher risk of developing type 2 diabetes. Buzz60's Maria Mercedes Galuppo has more.

Veuer -   01:20

Donald Trump Says Theresa May Should've Taken His Advice Over Brexit, Says UK Shouldn't Have New Vote [Video]Donald Trump Says Theresa May Should've Taken His Advice Over Brexit, Says UK Shouldn't Have New Vote

Trump says a second Brexit vote was unlikely and that British Prime Minister Theresa May should have taken his advice on negotiations. "You would have been successful," Trump told Prime Minister of Ireland Leo Varadkar.

Newsweek -   00:43

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