Newsweek reports: Vice President Mike Pence’s speech to the Israeli parliament was disrupted Monday after Arab lawmakers held up placards and engaged in a brawl with security staff in a protest against the U.S. recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. Show More Summary
Brad Smith, a former commissioner of the Federal Elections Commission, in the Washington Examiner: …what we are now seeing is an outright attempt to rewrite history so as to whitewash the entire affair. Newsweek has gone so far as to...Show More Summary
After President Trump’s pro-life speech, his past is once again in the headlines. According to Newsweek, this is what Trump told Howard Stern during an interview in 2004 when he found out Marla Maples was pregnant with his daughter Tiffany. Show More Summary
Police seized six thousand pounds of uncut clickbait, with a street value of twenty-two buck, from Newsweek's servers. Newsweek itself is left to report on its own humiliation, because no one else cares enough to do so s. Investigators for...
PAST PERFORMANCE IS NO GUARANTEE OF FUTURE RESULTS: ? Old and Busted: “A Big Lie: Newsweek Claims On Cover ‘We Are All Socialists Now.’” ? The New Hotness: Newsweek probe looking at alleged money laundering.
"You can see with the passion we’ve seen over the past year how there’s been a movement led by young people," the Rock the Vote policy director told Newsweek. "Trying to transition that passion into actual voting is what we’re working to do."
"We have a general awareness that it's in the area," a U.S. military spokesman told Newsweek.
Investigators on Thursday raided the magazine Newsweek’s offices in New York as part of a probe into the magazine’s connection to San Francisco-based Olivet University, according to the The New York Post. An anonymous source told the...Show More Summary
Sources close to the matter said a grand jury investigation has been ongoing for at least 17 months.
Investigators from the Manhattan DA’s office stormed the offices of Newsweek, serving a warrant for info about the magazine’s computers.
HMMM: Manhattan DA raids Newsweek headquarters. Related: In case you missed it in Steve’s post earlier today on Newsweek’s transformation into a Hillary fanfic publication: As opposed to its prior incarnation as an Obama fanfic publication.
The headquarters of Newsweek was raided by the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office Thursday morning. Investigators reportedly took photos of the magazine’s servers. New York Post reports: About two dozen investigators from the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office raided the offices of Newsweek and its parent company, IBT Media, on Thursday. Show More Summary
Newsweek's New York offices were raided by the Manhattan district attorney on Thursday. It's unclear what the raid was about, though Newsweek is expected to release information about it at some point later on Thursday. Newsweek's offices...Show More Summary
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One plaintiff told Newsweek he was stopped by law enforcement 24 times in three years.
Over a dozen police showed up this morning at the New York City office headquarters for Newsweek magazine (and its parent IBT Media). As The Outline reports, the reason for the visit was not clear, but one employee said police were taking...Show More Summary
So claims an site called TheOutline.com, which I've read occasionally for opinion. I don't know how strong their reportage side is. More than a dozen police showed up this morning at the office that serves as the shared headquarters for...