Trump’s idea that the U.S. does not benefit from trade is not based on reality, Mexico's Secretary of Tourism Enrique de la Madrid Cordero told Newsweek.
THEY HAVE NO HUMAN FEELINGS: Newsweek Mocks Loss of Mike Pence’s Cat Pickles.
Alabama GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore signed the yearbook of a woman who accused him of sexually assaulting her when she was a teenager, according to a report from a forensic document expert obtained by Newsweek from the woman’s attorney....
The only thing this story indicates has met with an untimely death is journalism.
Newsweek reports: President Donald Trump failed to invite Jewish Congressional Democrats to the White House’s annual Hanukkah party on Thursday night, demonstrating that Washington partisanship can poison even the most benign religious holidays. Show More Summary
Newsweek reports: Roy Moore, the Alabama Senate candidate under fire for alleged sexual misconduct with teenage girls when he was in his 30s, apparently believes America was a better place at a time when slavery was still legal. At a...Show More Summary
Electric Cars Only: California Bill Would Ban Gas-Powered Cars By 2040 Summer Meza, December 6, 2017 (Newsweek) “Producing and registering gas-powered cars would be illegal in California by 2040 if an upcoming bill is passed by the state...Show More Summary
“I just cannot sit by and just let her take that seat without a fight,” Ermold told Newsweek.
I didn’t think this was real at first, but apparently it is: Not the typical morning commute… pic.twitter.com/kJIOQeqsIK — A. Mutzabaugh CMT (@WLV_investor) December 6, 2017 Y’all be careful over there! In other news, Newsweek recognized “The Silence Breakers” as its “Person of the Year” today, honoring a movement comprising mostly women who’ve refused to […]
With the need for climate action gaining momentum, the 2017 Newsweek Green Rankings found that only 7 companies of the biggest 500 in the US and the biggest 500 globally earn more than 60% of their revenues from environmentally beneficial products and services.
"If you are a broker, you do not want to kiss one side, and kick the other," Ahmad Tibi tells Newsweek.
“The responsibility is on Barack Obama’s administration,” Alan J. Kuperman, associate professor at the University of Texas at Austin, told Newsweek.
At times, Republicans sound as though they are writing Democrats’ campaign ads for them. Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) made his in-kind contribution last week. Newsweek reported: “During the tax debate on Thursday evening, [Hatch] commented on the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP), saying that it would be funded but that the lack of funds available was problematic […]
According to a Newsweek headline, “REPUBLICANS WILL CUT SOCIAL SECURITY AND MEDICARE AFTER TAX PLAN PASSES, SAYS MARCO RUBIO.” Previously the headline had “IF” in place of “AFTER.” Nicole Goodkind’s lead: “Florida Senator Marco Rubio...Show More Summary
The newsweekly’s Person of the Year feature, once a portentous signifier of national and even international import, has been a running joke for decades. Now it’s not even funny.
Newsweek reports: Jared Kushner failed to disclose his role as a co-director of the Charles and Seryl Kushner Foundation from 2006 to 2015, a time when the group funded an Israeli settlement considered to be illegal under international law, on financial records he filed with the Office of Government Ethics earlier this year. Show More Summary
A political person giving the same stock lines from the same stump speech? We're getting beyond self-parody to self-human-centipede. Ivanka Trump plagiarizes one of her own speeches in India https://t.co/nqrPl8R6cX pic.twitter.com/C5Ivw2fEbb— Newsweek (@Newsweek) November 30, 2017 this is not plagiarism,...
Newsweek reports: Former President Barack Obama should be detained by federal officials for talking badly about President Donald Trump. After Obama said this week that people should “think before you speak, think before you tweet,” in an apparent reference to Trump’s twilight Twitter rants, Fox Business’ Lou Dobbs had harsh words for Obama. Show More Summary
“This bill is a disaster for everyone really, but specifically for LGBT [people],” Christopher Stoll, a senior staff attorney at the National Center for Lesbian Rights, told Newsweek. “It will result in deep cuts in programs that LGBT people depend on.”
Newsweek has accused Ivanka Trump of plagiarizing herself in a speech she gave in India this week. “While Trump did say a few lines crafted specifically for the event she was attending—”In this ‘City of Pearls,’ the greatest treasure is you!” she said, citing Hyderabad’s moniker to an applauding audience—it appeared the breadth of her talking points […]