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Egypt’s Nile River Delta Is Sinking Into the Sea

This story was originally published by Newsweek and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. Abdullah Salam walks up and down his narrow plot, tossing fistfuls of wheat seeds with a light flick of his wrist as the soil squishes beneath his bare feet. Show More Summary

Which American Gun Laws Aren’t Being Enforced?

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Quora Questions are part of a partnership between Newsweek and Quora, through which we’ll be posting relevant and interesting answers from Quora contributors throughout the week. Read more about the partnership here. Answer from Tom Kehoe, “lifelong shooter, firearms instructor, and...

Watch: Trailer for '7 Days in Syria,' a Documentary About Reporting on War

Amid chaos, Newsweek's Janine di Giovanni tells the human stories of those caught up in Syria's war.

Newsweek: Bigfoot

Newsweek special edition on our favorite cryptid: Bigfoot!

Paris, My Refuge, Was Changed When I Returned This Time

Caron is a Paris-based photojournalist on assignment for Newsweek. Her previous collaborations with Newsweek have included stories on the migrant crisis and Eritrean refugees in Israel, and her work has been acquired by French collections including the National Contemporary Arts Museum Paris and the Museum of History and Immigration Paris. Show More Summary

HRW Slams Germany For Trying to Keep Afghans Away From Europe

The organization told Newsweek that the move “is either completely idiotic or very very cynical”

Oxford Dictionary’s ‘Word Of The Year’ Isn’t A Word

At least it’s not an ancient Egyptian pictogram. While this year’s Oxford Dictionaries word of the year is not an actual word, it is a popular image: the “face with tears of joy” emoji, Newsweek reports. “You can see how traditional alphabet scripts have been struggling to meet the rapid-fire, visually focused demands of 21st…

ISIS News: ‘Kill List’ Of 55 U.S. Cities, 23 States; ‘Muslims Celebrate Paris Attacks’ Fake Video; Chicago Flight Melee [Video]

In the wake of the attacks in Paris, news and rumors about ISIS are being published and discounted or verified by the moment. As reported by Newsweek, seven people were removed from a flight bound for Chicago on Tuesday morning. As reported in a blow-by-blow by Suzanne Kennedy, a general assignment reporter at ABC 7,... Show More Summary

Hacker Group Declares "Total War" on ISIS

Newsweek reports Hacker Group Anonymous Announces 'Biggest Operation' Against ISIS After Paris Attacks. Hacker group Anonymous declared "total war" on the Islamic State (ISIS) extremist group on Sunday following the wave of attacks in...Show More Summary

Anonymous declares “total war” on Islamic State after Paris attacks

The Anonymous hacking group has declared “total war” on Islamic State, reports Newsweek. The announcement, which came through a series of Tweets and a YouTube post comes just days after a series of coordinated attacks in Paris left more than 100 dead. Show More Summary

In Lauding Bush 41, Time Laments Jeb 'Tormented' by 'Divisive' Gingrich-Tea Party 'Extremes'

The November 16 issue of Time carried a book excerpt from former Newsweek editor Jon Meacham’s new book lauding former president George H.W. Bush – especially in contrast to "divisive" and unreasonable right-wingers like Newt Gingrich. The...Show More Summary

Two Paris Essays, One Journalist’s Sorrow

Via Vogue and Newsweek, Janine Di Giovanni fears for the immediate future of her adopted home.

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What We Know About Lawsuits Against the NYPD

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Newsweek spoke to legal experts about what new statistics on claims mean.

Why I Drink: Newsweek Headlines

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Twenty years ago, when the Internet was still just a twinkle of possibility for most people, there was a thing called "news". It came printed out on paper so flimsy it couldn't even be used for toilet paper, the ink...

50 Beautiful Portraits of Celebrities Taken by Deborah Feingold during the 1970s

Deborah Feingold – American photographer, took pictures of celebrities from the late 70s. Collaborates with Rolling Stone, Time Magazine, Newsweek and The New York Times. Lives and works in New York. In this series of photos you can find a vintage photos of young celebrities. Sigourney Weaver Alan Cumming Alec Baldwin Andie MacDowell Benjamin Bratt See more »

On CNN, Newsweek Editor Tina Brown Explains How Republican Candidates Live In Conservative Media Bubble

From the November 9 edition of CNN's New Day: TINA BROWN: What I do think is different about this race is, in a sense, Trump has himself redefined the rules of the race because he's owned hyperbole, he's owned kind of excessive statements...Show More Summary

Trevor Noah Doesn’t Get Much Sympathy For Appendectomy As Poor ‘The Daily Show’ Ratings Plummet 37 Percent

Trevor Noah may (or may not) be ruining The Daily Show, but one wonders why people are making fun of his emergency appendectomy surgery. Newsweek reported on his emergency surgery earlier this week. “Trevor Noah underwent an emergency appendectomy this morning. Show More Summary

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