Philadelphia City Paper, we hardly knew ye. Another alternative newsweekly has closed its doors. Founded in 1981, Philadelphia City Paper was independently owned until last year, when it was acquired by SB New York, the company that publishes the multi-city East Coast free paper Metro. Show More Summary
Memorial Service, Beijing 2010 Li Qiang (b. 1985, China) was a staff photographer at the Beijing News and vice director of Photography at Newsweek Magazine. He has covered breaking news all around China for ten years and has won the China International Press Photo Contest (CHIPP) for consecutive years. Show More Summary
Newsweek op-ed: America Is in Danger of Being Ruled by the Mob, by Victor Davis Hanson: The constitution of the Roman Republic was designed as a corrective to democracy. Specifically, it was hoping to protect against the excesses of Athenian-style direct democracy.... Americans originally were terrified of what 51...
From our friends at Safeminds: Wednesday afternoon we got a voicemail from a reporter at Newsweek asking SafeMinds how much money we spent on a primate vaccine safety study that was just published in the Proceedings of the National Academy...
Twenty five years after his death, Newsweek took a look at the defining moments in John Lennon's life.
In an interview with Newsweek that covers a lot of ground, Nicholas Cage "reveals" that he was offered the role of Aragorn in Lord of the Rings but that "circumstances in my life" meant that he couldn't take it. See...
Danielle Haines met Jason Johnson not long after she moved to Roseburg, from the Oregon coast. “We just clicked,” she tells Newsweek. Her daughter called him “Uncle Jason.” Johnson, 31, was killed Thursday in Oregon’s worst mass shooting, after a gunman opened fire on the campus of Umpqua Community...
"Newsweek" speaks with Women for Afghan Women's executive director, Manizha Naderi.
"We want to be the biggest band in the world," Oasis told Newsweek in 1996.
The last time Newsweek published an anti-environment op-ed without disclosing the author's oil industry ties, the esteemed news outlet was forced to acknowledge the error and provide proper disclosure to its readers. Now it's happened...Show More Summary
Screenshot via Newsweek Newsweek Oklahoma death row inmate Richard Glossip is still alive, despite a premature report to the contrary. On Wednesday evening, Newsweek published a story headlined: “On Third Attempt, Oklahoma Executes Richard Glossip” that said the 52-year-old prisoner had been killed by lethal injection. Show More Summary
Venturing dangerously far into the realm of understatement, actor Nicolas Cage recently told a Newsweek interviewer that he thinks that he and Quentin Tarantino could “do something quite special” if they ever teamed up. Indeed, we can...Show More Summary
The first papal visit to the United States raised concerns over the pontiff’s safety.
George Rose is an American photographer and writer whose career has included work for the National Football League, Rolling Stone, Time, Life, Newsweek, Sports Illustrated, USA Today and the Los Angeles Times. He has spent 20 years in...Show More Summary
The ISIS economy is struggling. Little more than a year after declaring an Islamic "caliphate" in Iraq and Syria, the extremist group is having a hard time keeping the promises it made to those living in its territory, Newsweek reports. Show More Summary
photo credit: Newsweek Mike Magee If health is about human potential, and if what we in the caring professions are challenged to do is “to heal, provide health, and keep families and communities whole”, then what we do is a holy pursuit. Show More Summary
Off-duty members of the New York Police Department have been banned from bringing firearms to events with Pope Francis, according to a police order reviewed by Newsweek. “Various city, state and federal agencies are involved in ensuring a safe and secure visit for his Holiness, as well as for...