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In Memory of Michael Elliott, Former Newsweek Editor and Humanitarian

“Mustn't grumble,” that catchphrase, borrowed from Winnie-the-Pooh, often passed the lips of the late Newsweek editor Michael Elliott, who died on July 14 after battling cancer. His funeral was held Friday in Washington D.C., where he lived with his family. Show More Summary

Newsweek's Foreign Service Podcast: Episode Two, Hunting Lone Wolves

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You can subscribe to Newsweek's Foreign Service on SoundCloud and on iTunes Episode two of the Newsweek's Foreign Service podcast asks how governments can prevent erratic and unpredictable attacks by so-called “lone wolf” extremists. Gavin Long, the man who killed three police officers in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, had past links with radical groups. Show More Summary

ISIS Cuts Off Internet in Iraq’s Mosul Ahead of Siege

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Members of the Islamic State militant group appear to be attempting to police internet use in the militants’ Iraqi stronghold of Mosul, as anti-ISIS forces prepare to take back the city. Documents obtained by Newsweek from internet companies...Show More Summary

Watch: First Look at David Bowie's Private Art Collection

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Pieces from David Bowie’s private art collection went on public view for the first time Wednesday. Newsweek previewed 30 pieces from the Bowie/Collector exhibition and sale, which reveals the late musician’s lesser-known passion forShow More Summary

Quora Question: Why Don't Workers Have More Mobility Around the U.S.?

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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 Alex...Show More Summary

Michael Elliott, who held top positions at three newsweeklies, dies at 65

Mr. Elliott wrote about politics and world events and later headed a humanitarian group.

Texas woman held in China since 2015 to face security charges: Newsweek

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A Houston, Texas, businesswoman held in China since March last year is expected to be charged with violating its national security, Newsweek reported on Thursday, citing a U.S. State Department official.

China to Charge American Businesswoman Sandy Phan-Gillis With Spying

China is expected to officially charge a Houston businesswoman with violating its national security, Newsweek has learned. Sandy Phan-Gillis, 55, was picked up by Chinese security agents as she was attempting to leave China for Macau with a Houston business delegation in March 2015. Show More Summary

'Newsweek's Foreign Service' Podcast: Episode One, Populists Vs. Professionals

You can subscribe to Newsweek's Foreign Service here Episode one of Newsweek's Foreign Service podcast debates the question—what happens when populists face off against the professionals? July 18 marks the start of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio. Show More Summary

Remembering 'Star Trek's' Anton Yelchin

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Friends and fellow Star Trek stars remember the life and work of Anton Yelchin. This article is featured in Newsweek's Special Issue Star Trek 50 Years: Celebrating America's Original Sci-Fi Phenomenon, by Issue Editor Tim Baker. "So enormously talented and generous of heart. Show More Summary

Quora Question: Why Was Social Media Shut Down After Istanbul Attack?

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 S?la...Show More Summary

Original to Enterprise: 50 Years of 'Star Trek' Crews

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After its original run, Star Trek became far more than a TV show as new generations made marks on the Galaxy. Newsweek looks back on the cast and crew for each TV series and notes their time after the final frontier. This article isShow More Summary

Quora: Washington Isn't Like 'House of Cards,' Valerie Jarrett Says

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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 Valerie...Show More Summary

Quora: How Would a Universal Basic Income Affect Business?

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 Jonathan...Show More Summary

From Kant to Kirk: 'Star Trek's' Philosophical Arguments

Star Trek began as a network failure, then became one of the most lauded scienc fiction fanchises of our time. This article, and others that honor the space saga, is featured in Newsweek's Special Issue Star Trek 50 Years: Celebrating...Show More Summary

Live long and prosper: ‘Star Trek’s’ 9 lives

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Live Long and Prosper: ‘Star Trek’s’ 9 Lives The following is an excerpt from the Newsweek archive, December 22, 1986, by Charles Leerhsen with Patrick McAlevey, Janet Huck, David Gates and Peter McKillopand. This article is featured in Newsweek’s Special Issue Star Trek 50...

Live Long and Prosper: 'Star Trek’s' 9 Lives

2 weeks agoNews : Newsweek: US

The following is an excerpt from the Newsweek archive, December 22, 1986, by Charles Leerhsen with Patrick McAlevey, Janet Huck, David Gates and Peter McKillopand. This article is featured in Newsweek's Special Issue Star Trek 50 Years: Celebrating...Show More Summary

How Gene Roddenberry Saved Star Trek

2 weeks agoNews : Newsweek: US

Star Trek began as a network failure, then became one of the most lauded scienc fiction fanchises of our time. This article, and others that honor the space saga, is featured in Newsweek's Special Issue Star Trek 50 Years: Celebrating...Show More Summary

Frank Zappa's Scathing Wit Comes Back to Life in a New Documentary

Thirty-five years ago, Newsweek rejected Frank Zappa. It's true. Zappa, the iconoclastic musician and bandleader whose 1966 Freak Out! double LP arrived 50 years ago last week and launched a career of irreverence, submitted a guest column in 1981. Show More Summary

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