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Holocaust Survivor On Trump's America: It's '1929 Or 1930 Berlin'
“We thought our country had changed. In fact, it didn’t," said the 79-year-old Buchenwald survivor to Newsweek.
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Newsweek Brings Back Accused Sexual Harasser As Staffers, Advertisers Flee
Staffers' terrible week somehow ended even worse than it started.
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Newsweek's Top Editor And Staffers Suddenly Fired
Staffers suspect the firings may be retaliation for investigations into their own parent company.
Reuters Editor Landed At Newsweek Despite Sexual Harassment Claim: Report
Dayan Candappa, now on leave, was accused of pressuring a female subordinate for 10 months at Reuters.
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Bernice King Calls Out Newsweek For Insensitive MLK Tweet
The post included a photo of Martin Luther King Jr. in his casket.
Critics Blast Newsweek’s 'Tone Deaf' Penis Balloon-Popping Trump Cover
"Why does every attempt at female empowerment and safety-seeking get equated with castrating or otherwise 'harming' men?"
Newsweek Journalists Weigh Sex Discrimination Suit Against Magazine
Fingers are being pointed at Matt McAllester, the magazine’s recently departed global editor-in-chief.
Nothing To Fear But Yourself: Female Leadership Tools From A Fighter Pilot
Author, Journalist, Emerita Faculty at Northwestern University
The inside of a F-14 tomcat cockpit is not that much different than the workplace. And Carey Lohrenz would know. The country’s
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Queer Groups Condemn Study Claiming Computers Can Tell If You're Gay From Photos
Curtis M. Wong
They're not here for the "dangerously bad" research.
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Military Control Of The Civilian: It's Opposite Day In America
Writer, History Professor, Retired Lieutenant Colonel (USAF)
You don’t hire generals to rein in a civilian leader, or at least you shouldn’t if you care to keep a semblance of democracy in America.
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Newsweek Mocks 'Lazy Boy' Donald Trump On New Cover
"I would have added past due bills on floor..."
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What 'Real Men' Really Want To Do
Cross-posted from TomDispatch.com Every now and then something lodges in your memory and seems to haunt you forever. In
Newsweek, ABC '20/20' Reports Expose Abuse, Torture Of Gay Youths And Troubled Teens
author, Mental Health, Inc: How Corruption, Lax Oversight, and...
“Once again, Alabama law enforcement has failed to protect children.”
President-Elect Trump Is Historically Unpopular; His Press Coverage Should Reflect That
Senior Fellow, Media Matters for America
There are lots of ways the political press continues to normalize President-elect Donald Trump's often radical behavior.
Letter To A Trump Supporter #5: Affirmative Action
Anthony W. Orlando
Assistant Lecturer, Sol Price School of Public Policy, Univers...
I also don't think it's fair to call Newsweek "liberal," especially without any proof to back it up. It's not easy to measure
Donald Trump Is One Of China's Best Customers
Leo W. Gerard
International President, United Steelworkers
Trump has had countless chances to put his money where his mouth is. Yet he hasn't.
The Tragedy of JonBenet
Dr. Gregory Jantz
Mental Health Expert and Founder of The Center • A Place of HOPE
The day after Christmas will mark the 20th anniversary of a Colorado six-year-old's death, due to head trauma and asphyxiation by strangulation. I'm referring, of course, to JonBenet Ramsey.
Donald Trump’s Reported Overtures To Cuba Could Hit Him Where It Really Hurts
The GOP nominee's interest in building a casino on the island could cost him support from Cuban-Americans -- and Florida’s 29 electoral votes.
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