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Newsweek fires top editors who reported on DA probe into Newsweek’s finances

The line between church and state may not exist at Newsweek. The once-venerated magazine has been in turmoil the past few months, and today  Newsweek journalists who have been reporting on that tumult were fired. Last month the Manhattan District Attorney’s office raided Newsweek‘s office and seized its servers. Since then, reporters inside the magazine … Continue reading “Newsweek fires top editors who reported on DA probe into Newsweek’s finances” The line between church and state may not exist at Newsweek.
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