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Why Some of the Biggest Names in Hip-Hop Want to Cover 'Hamilton' Tracks

This article, written by Senior Editor Tim Baker, and other articles about Broadway phenomenon Hamilton are featured in Newsweek's Special Edition, Hamilton.  The Hamilton Mixtape could have been the whole project. When Lin-Manuel Miranda...Show More Summary

Newsweek: Trump Either Lied Or Perjured Himself About Casinos In Florida

In one of the many GOP debates in 2015, there was an exchange between Jeb Bush and Donald Trump over the issue of casino gambling in Florida. Jeb said Trump used donations to try and cajole his way into getting casinos in Florida. Jeb Bush, then the Governor of Florida, blocked them. Show More Summary

As Clear As Day: Keith Scott Murder Scene Slow-Motion Footage Of Gun Being Planted [Video]

Look, they are going to tell you that you are not seeing what you are seeing, but come on!!! NewsWeek: Nearly a week of recurring protests over the police killing of a black man in Charlotte, North Carolina, showed

How political campaigns are going mobile

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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 Steph Hannon, CTO for Hillary for America: By all accounts, 2016...

Amazon’s ‘Good Girls Revolt’ Repaints History With ‘Mad Men’ Brush – Trailer

“I don’t want to just watch the news,” says one of the “good girls” in Amazon’s new trailer for Good Girls Revolt. “I want to be a part of it.” The series, set in 1969 and inspired by the real-life group of female Newsweek researchers...Show More Summary

'Hamilton' Maestro's Process an Open (Song) Book

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This article, written by Senior Editor Tim Baker, and other articles about the Broadway phenomenon are featured in Newsweek's Special Edition Hamilton.  Alex Lacamoire is easy to talk to. He smiles, nods and says “great question.” When he’s expounding on a musical challenge, his eyes light up and his mop of tangled curls jumps and swings around. Show More Summary

The feud between Al-Qaeda and the Islamic State

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The Feud Between Al-Qaeda and the Islamic State This article, written by Issue Editor James Ellis, and other articles about America’s assault on its greatest terror threat, are featured in Newsweek’s new Special Edition, Killing ISIS. Al-Qaeda’s leaders were wary of Abu Musab...

An American Tale— Creating a 'Hamilton' Documentary

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This article, written by Senior Editor Tim Baker, and other articles about the Broadway phenomenon are featured in Newsweek's Special Edition Hamilton.  On October 21, PBS will give America one of the rarest gifts we could possibly ask...Show More Summary

Quora Question: How Political Campaigns Are Going Mobile

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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 Steph Hannon, CTO for Hillary for America: By all accounts, 2016 is a mobile election. Show More Summary

The feud between al Qaeda and ISIS

This article, written by Issue Editor James Ellis, and other articles about America’s assault on its greatest terror threat, are featured in Newsweek’s new Special Edition, Killing ISIS. Al-Qaeda’s leaders were wary of Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, a Jordanian street tough who later embraced jihadism. When he first appeared on Al-Qaeda’s Kandahar doorstep in 1999 seeking [...]

Broadway Hit 'Hamilton' Moves to Chicago and London

2 days agoNews : Newsweek: US

This article, written by Senior Editor Tim Baker, and other articles about the musical phenomenon are featured in Newsweek's Special Edition, Hamilton.  Jeffrey Seller, producer of Hamilton, among many other shows (but more on that in a minute) is pretty confident in his understanding of Broadway’s mechanics. Show More Summary

How ISIS Leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi Came to Be

2 days agoNews : Newsweek: US

This article, written by Assistant Editor Alicia Kort, and other articles about America's assault on its greatest terrorist threat, is featured in Newsweek's new Special Edition, Killing ISIS. In the span of a few years, the IslamicShow More Summary

'Hamilton' Director Thomas Kail on the Challenges of Directing History

2 days agoNews : Newsweek: US

Newsweek spoke with Thomas Kail, the Tony-winning director of Hamilton, about the show's new casts and the challenges of directing a musical phenomenon. This article, written by Senior Editor Tim Baker, and other articles about the Broadway...Show More Summary

Donald Trump Either Perjured Himself During Deposition, Or Lied During National Debate, Evidence Reveals

A report out by Newsweek this week has revealed startling contradictions between Donald Trump claims, suggesting that he either lied during a national debate to Jeb Bush, or, perjured himself in a 2007 deposition about the very same topic. Show More Summary

Six Shows and Films to Watch This Weekend on Netflix, Amazon and Hulu

Newsweek’s most recent cover story tells of several women who made their careers in the CIA, despite its “old boys’ club” image and, in some cases, an outdated mentality about women in the workplace. Taking broad inspiration from the...Show More Summary

Either Donald Trump committed perjury or lied, "no third option," Eichenwald reports in Newsweek

3 days agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

“Trump either committed perjury or conned his fans by lying in their faces. there is no third option.” That's a bombshell, and not the first that Kurt Eichenwald has unloaded during this insane 2016 presidential campaign. (more…)

JonBenét: The Door The Cops Never Opened

3 days agoNews : Newsweek: US

The following is excerpted from the July 13, 1998 edition of Newsweek, by Andrew Murr, Daniel Glick and Sherry Keene-Osborn. This artice is featured in Newsweek's Special Edition, JonBenet: 20 Years Later, by Issue Editor James Ellis.  It was the first mistake in a day of many. Show More Summary

Why JonBenét matters

4 days agoNews : The Raw Story

This article, written by Jeremy Brown, and other articles about the the murder that still grips the nation are featured in Newsweek’s special edition, JonBenet: 20 Years Later Had she lived, JonBenét Ramsey would be 26 years old today. As shocking as it is to believe, nearly two decades have...

Why the JonBenét Ramsey Murder Case Matters

4 days agoNews : Newsweek: US

This article, written by Jeremy Brown, and other articles about the the murder that still grips the nation are featured in Newsweek's special edition, JonBenet: 20 Years Later Had she lived, JonBenét Ramsey would be 26 years old today. Show More Summary

Newsweek's Foreign Service Podcast: What If Trump Wins?

4 days agoNews : Newsweek: US

You can subscribe to Newsweek's Foreign Service on SoundCloud and on iTunes. Few people ever thought he'd get here. And yet, with weeks to go until the U.S. presidential election, Donald Trump, the property mogul who was thought of as...Show More Summary

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