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Has US Already Lost in the Arctic?

The United States is totally unprepared to take part in the mounting competition for the riches of the Arctic as it lacks the primary means to do that, namely icebreakers, Newsweek reported.

US Coast Guard chief: We are 'not even in the same league as Russia' in the Arctic

The US is lagging far behind the other nations, especially Russia, when it comes to planning for the Arctic region as ice melts. “We’re not even in the same league as Russia right now,” Newsweek quotes Coast Guard Commandant Paul F. Zukunft as saying. Show More Summary

Alligator Attack: Texas Man Mocks Alligator, Is Attacked After Jumping In The Water

An alligator attack took place earlier this week, marking the first fatal alligator attack in Texas in over two centuries, Newsweek reports. On Friday, July 3, a man, who mocked an alligator, jumped into the gator-infested waters at Burkart’s Marina near the Louisiana state line, only to be attacked moments later. Show More Summary

On the Road With The Grateful Dead and the Merry Pranksters

Wavy Gravy, the original and unofficial king, jester, warrior and bard of the counterculture, leads Newsweek's Special Editions on a meandering trip through his life with Jerry Garcia and The Grateful Dead, who are celebrating theirShow More Summary

Rock On: Fans Idolize Rock Stars Past Retirement

2 days agoNews : Newsweek: US

Twenty years after Jerry Garcia's passing, Newsweek's Special Editions honors his legacy by looking back through the archives for articles.  In the early 1990s, as 1960s rockers began to age, Newsweek asked whether or not people still...Show More Summary

'New York Times' Politely Suggests Peas in Guacamole, Internet Demands Retraction

Today, the New York Times made a suggestion so revolting, we here at Newsweek magazine had to take a break and mourn for journalism.  The Times suggested that peas be put into guacamole. Yes, peas. These little green things you didn't...Show More Summary

Spiro Agnew and Small-State Veeps

In his delightful turn at Tilting at Windmills in the June/July/August issue of the Washington Monthly, Newsweek Politics Editor Matthew Cooper mentions disgraced Vice President Spiro Agnew a couple of...

Fighting ISIS With A Pen

last weekNews : Newsweek: US

A few weeks ago, Newsweek published a piece on Muslim cartoonists who are poking fun at ISIS. Among them are the Jordanian artists Osama Hajjaj and Jehad Awartani as well as the Iranian cartoonist Mehdi “Amo” Rasooli. Jehad Awartani Ten...Show More Summary

Newsweek Launches iPhone App

While some might be down on apps, Newsweek has taken the plunge. Its new app offers readers access to all of the magazine’s content. Newsweek is hoping to entice new subscribers by making the first issue free and allowing non-subscribers to purchase single issues or monthly and yearly packages. Show More Summary

Exclusive: Chinese Cyber Thieves Hack the FBI in Massive Breach

last weekNews : Newsweek: US

Chinese hackers have penetrated an untold number of FBI agents’ personnel files, Newsweek has learned, in a breech with potentially dangerous national security implications.The FBI, along with the Department of Homeland Security, isShow More Summary

IBT Media Names CMO

IBT Media, publisher of Newsweek and International Business Times, has named Mitchell Caplan CMO. Caplan joins the company from Olson, where he held the same role. He also previously served as CMO for McCann and Y&R. “Mitchell is going...Show More Summary

Quora Question: Why Do Other Countries Allow the U.S. to Have So Many Military Bases Abroad?

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 Tim Hibbetts, A-6E, F/A-18C pilot, Operational Level of War Planner. The U.S. Show More Summary

Albert Einstein: A Driven, Curious and Innovative Mind That Changed the Course of History

This article appears in the Newsweek's special edition, 100 People Who Shaped Our World, by Issue Editor Tim Baker. Everything is relative. It’s a statement made across cultures, languages and geographical barriers. Despite being a profoundly...Show More Summary

Adolf Hitler: A Devious Man Who Changed the Course of History

This article appears in the Newsweek’s special edition, 100 People Who Shaped Our World, by Issue Editor Tim Baker. Seventy years after the Third Reich was reduced to the pile of ashes surrounding Hitler’s bunker in Berlin, his is still the most powerful legacy of violence and hatred mankind has produced. Show More Summary

The journalistic self-immolation of Newsweek’s Zoë Schlanger

Every once in a while a new reporter arrives onto the climate scene that immediately thinks they know everything there is to know about climate, and therefore doesn’t need to interview the people he/she writes about, ask questions of them, research the facts, or get any other points of view to reflect balance whatsoever, because…

The Mental Health of Dylann Storm Roof Doesn't Matter

2 weeks agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

The deadly and racist ideas that Dylann Storm Roof subscribed to aren't "crazy." They're common. rorem / shutterstock.com Even if, as Newsweek's Matthew Lysiak pointed out today, Dylann Storm Roof was "taking a drug that has been linked...Show More Summary

Who’s The World’s Greenest Tech Company?

A new report from Newsweek is shining an international spotlight on the world’s greenest tech companies. So who comes out on top? A clear winner would have to be Adobe. Adobe ranks as a global leader in sustainability for the second consecutive year in Newsweek’s “Green Rankings 2015” placing first in the Information Technology industry, […]

How The Magazine Cover Is Surviving -- And Thriving -- In The Digital Revolution

3 weeks agoNews : Huffington Post

When former Newsweek editor Tina Brown announced in October 2012 that the storied magazine -- for decades a fixture on newsstands and coffee tables across the country -- would end its print edition by the end of the year, she believed...Show More Summary

Vatican Reels After Encyclical Leak, Removes Credentials Of Correspondent

3 weeks agoNews : Huffington Post

VATICAN CITY (AP) - There's something of a whodunit going on in the Vatican to discover who leaked Pope Francis' environment encyclical to an Italian newsweekly, deflating the release of the most anticipated and feared papal document...Show More Summary

Leak of pope's encyclical has Vatican playing whodunit

Highly anticipated and feared papal document given early to Italian newsweekly, deflating official release; some point to conservative opposition

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