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  • POW/MIA
    Newsweek op-ed: POW/MIA banner a 'flag of racist hate' that needs to come down
    On Tuesday, Newsweek published an op-ed that demands yet another allegedly racist flag be torn down. Rick Perlstein, however, was not referring to the Confederate battle flag. He was, instead, referring to the easily recognizable black-and-white...
  • Newsweek banned from James Holmes trial
    Newsweek banned from James Holmes trial for naming juror: Violated judge's order
    Newsweek finds itself on the outside looking in on the James Holmes trial after being banned by a judge for violating juror confidentiality. Arapahoe County Chief District Judge Carlos Samour, who is overseeing the Colorado theater gunman’s...
  • Guns and money
    Round One on Seattle gun tax: ‘City has crime problem, not gun problem’
    There was light attendance for yesterday’s opening round in a battle over whether the Seattle City Council will adopt a proposal to tax firearms and ammunition, but Phil Watson, representing the Bellevue-based Citizens Committee for the...
  • White House
    White House beefing up security, adding sharp points to fence
    The U.S. Secret Service announced on Thursday that the White House is beefing up its security by adding sharp metal points to the black iron fence surrounding the mansion. This is one part of the series of upgrades that are planned for the White...
  • Newsweek's Twitter account hacked: President Obama's family threatened
    Newsweek's Twitter account hacked: President Obama's family threatened
    According to CNBCon Tuesday, Feb. 10, Newsweek's Twitter account was hacked by a group claiming to be associated with the Islamic State (ISIS) who call themselves Cyber Caliphate. The group took over the account at 10:45 a.m. and changed...
  • Newsweek falls prey to Russian propaganda
    Newsweek falls prey to Russian propaganda
    On Feb. 6, 2015, the crooked horse of Russian propaganda advanced by leaps and bounds. RT (formerly Russia Today) managed to ensnare Newsweek, a respectable publication, into re-publishing intentionally bogus claims. On Feb. 5, 2015, RT released...
  • Newsweek reveals 2014 Green Rankings
    Newsweek reveals its 2014 Green Rankings
    Every year since 2009, in partnership with Corporate Knights Capital and leading sustainability advocates from nongovernmental organizations and the academic and accounting communities, Newsweek has ranked the world’s largest companies (by...
  • Bitcoin center
    Is it plausible that Dorian Nakamoto never heard of Bitcoin until 3 weeks ago?
    The bombshell that Newsweek dropped to re-launch their print edition blew-up and then fizzled. In The Face Behind Bitcoin,reporter Leah Goodman reveals who her and a few forensic researchers believe is the crypto-currency's creator. The...
  • Bitcoin
    Bitcoin creator 'exposed' by Newsweek
    Even though Bitcoin debuted in 2009, no one has known with certainty who created the virtual currency. However, on March 6, Newsweek published a report that says their reporter has figured it out.Leah McGrath Goodman found the man she thinks to be...
  • Newsweek
    Remembering the print version of Newsweek
    As Newsweek closes the pages of its print edition, here's a fascinating look back at the magazine that hasbeen a part of American culture since 1933 when it cost only a dime. From Pearl Harbor to Civil Rights all the way up to the ipod,...
  • The first issue of Newsweek Magazine
    'Newsweek' ends 80 year run
    Behind all the stories of centuries past, Newsweek has seen it all and printed it all. Newsweek has been in print for 80 years and has recently stated it will end the printed magazine.The last edition of Newsweek will appear in newsstands on...
  • Coming soon to a Republic near you?
    Secession debate turns ugly, latest petition asks Obama to deport signers
    What started as a controversial online movement by voters disillusioned with the federal government may have just become very nasty.In the wake of citizens in over twenty states having submitted online petitions to the White House’s website...
  • Newsweek’s post-election cover celebrates the Obama ‘conquest’
    Newsweek’s post-election cover celebrates the Obama ‘conquest’
    Please refresh the memory of us old, white dudes who voted for the guy who ran against Barack Obama. We are easily confused, as you can tell by listening to Joe Biden. We have difficulty remembering things like how thoroughly the incumbent...
  • The Cause of Newsweek ending print publication?
    Newsweek's all-digital move an indicator, not a portent (Video)
    The print media industry was rocked this week when one of its standard-bearers, Newsweek, made the announcement that it would end its print publication on December 31 after an 80 year run. Its rebranded website, Newsweek Global, will require a...
  • Newsweek goes all digital to start their 80th year
    Newsweek goes all digital to start their 80th year
    In today’s mobile generation where less people have time in their busy day to sit read a newspaper or magazines they opt for reading the news on their tables and smartphones during the commute to work or at the local coffee shop. In response...
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