Charles Krupa/AP When Bruce Springsteen received cover-story treatment in both Time and Newsweek on the same day, Oct. 27, 1975—“Rock’s New Sensation,” claimed Time, while Newsweek’s cover blazoned: “Making of a Rock Star”—it was a seismic event in the popular culture and a tad awkward for both newsmagazines. Show More Summary
In fall 2017, a high-ranking editor at Newsweek was fired four days after filing a grievance to the magazine’s human resources department, complaining of gender discrimination and bullying, and proposing an agreement to leave the company. Show More Summary
Director Raoul Peck shares with Newsweek his hopes for The Young Karl Marx, and the need for young activists to believe in the power of their ideas and the history behind them.
The third and final installment of Newsweek's epic, definitive and infallible ranking of every top Oscar winner since the first Academy Awards ceremony in 1929.
Human rights campaigners tell Newsweek a new mining deal could present Apple with serious ethical challenges.
YOUR DAILY TREACHER: Journalists Hate Conspiracy Theories and Fake News, Except When They Don’t. Read the whole thing. Between Newsweek’s “Bots took down Al Franken” and CNN yesterday, the MSM have really been covering themselves in glory recently.
Newsweek's epic, definitive and infallible ranking of every top Oscar winner since the start of the Academy Awards in 1929.
YEAH, ABOUT THAT: Newsweek: Definitely Believe All Women, But, By the Way, Al Franken Was Taken Out by RUSSIAN Bots Who Lie.
You may have seen this grotesque left-wing conspiracy theory from the laughable gutterblog Newsweek, which claims that Leanna Tweeden was some kind of frame-up pawn of a "botnet" campaign. Oh, and if you're old enough, you may remember that the...
Newsweek has just published an unusual story. It chronicles some of the reasoning why the Manhattan district attorney's office is investigating its parent company and has a lengthy editors' note informing readers that one of the authors was fired.
America's best-known Christian evangelist died has died at 99. Jon Meacham profiled profiled him in 2006.
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by Steven Hsieh (Newsweek, the magazine, does not exist any more. It is currently Newsweek the website.) John Moore / GETTY On Monday, Newsweek published a story titled, "How An Alt-Right Bot Network Took Down Al Franken." Relying heavily...Show More Summary
It's hard to say which is buzzier: the Newsweek exposé published Tuesday night or the editor's note that appears atop it, which the Washington Post dubbed the most "stunning part" of the whole thing. In the note, Newsweek editorial staffers address the recent firing of Editor Bob Roe, Executive Editor...
It was mostly young jazz musicians who pushed “America’s music” in an extremely radical direction, into something that was suddenly wildly dissonant, rough, freely improvised and emotionally explosive. Newsweek was quick to label the movement “the New Thing” in 1961, but L.A. transplant Ornette Coleman gave the burst of freedom he’d suddenly unleashed a simpler name: free jazz.
The "Russian troll farm" indictment is wild. The iconic and controversial evangelical preacher Billy Graham has died, at age 99. New excuse to avoid cleaning: it causes cancer? Newsweek is claiming that Al Franken's downfall was orchestrated by Roger Stone and Russian bots. Show More Summary
Photo Illustration by Sarah Rogers/The Daily Beast Several Newsweek staffers threatened to resign earlier this week, accusing the company of attempting to muzzle the publishing of a story further detailing internal turmoil at the magazine and ties to a controversial Christian college. Show More Summary
This is the story Newsweek editors and a reporter were fired over.
Overhyping the influence of Twitter bots doesn’t serve anyone but the misinformers. by Steven Hsieh It wasn't bots. JOE RAEDLE / GETTY On Monday, Newsweek and Raw Story reported that a network of Japanese-appearing Twitter bots helped force the resignation of former Sen. Show More Summary