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Op-Ed: Newsweek's narrative on Libya spinning the news

Tripoli - To spin a story it is not necessary to lie. Indeed, one can even present facts that count against the spin in order to present what Fox news would no doubt call a fair and balanced account of events.

Israel: Newsweek's story about alleged spying on U.S. delusional

Israel's former Mossad chief Danny Yatom has said the recent Newsweek story about Israel spying on the United States is highly "delusional".

Newsweek's print revival starts Friday

Washington - Newsweek magazine, online only since the end of 2012, will return to print starting Friday in the United States and Europe.Parent company IBT Media is taking a gamble in re-launching the once-iconic news weekly, which has nearly disappeared in the face...

Newsweek's final edition cover revealed

Newsweek, the 80-year-old US current affairs magazine, has revealed the image that will grace the cover of its last-ever print edition.

Op-Ed: Obama has to go

What has happened to the unlimited support for President Obama in the main stream media? For four years, that support has been unwavering, and yet now, it's crumbling.

Newsweek declares Obama 'The First Gay President' of the U.S.

Newsweek's May 21 issue has declared President Barack Obama "The First Gay President" of the United States of America. The cover depicts Obama "beatified" with a rainbow halo over his head.

Boxing star Manny Pacquiao graces Newsweek cover this week

Filipino boxing star Manny Pacquiao is featured on the cover of Newsweek Latin America edition this week. The Newsweek cover depicts Pacquiao's image with a caption: "PACQUIAO The Godfather." The inside story was written by Lawrence Osborne.

Op-Ed: Stuck on Sarah (SOS)

Newsweek and the other “Band of Brats” must be so proud. Journalism is fast becoming a clown act in the halls, or tents, of paper print and television studios. Since when does unsourced gossip pass as a news story?

Op-Ed: Things are fine, folks- but it’s according to the World Bank and the IMF

It’s Alvin and the Chipmunks! No! It’s Glam Rock 07! No! It’s the Happy Little Elves Go to Madison Avenue! Er… no… It’s Newsweek, using the World Bank and IMF for a feelgood story about the global economy.

Steven Levy, Author of Bestseller Hacker Book, Says He Got It Wrong

Newsweek's Steven Levy, author of a best-selling hacker book, should know his business. But he recently said he is surprised occasionally. He singled out the hacker spirit's resilience, as translated in Web2.0, as something he failed to predict.

Hillary Clinton Surges Ahead of Rivals Giuliani & McCain

"For people who say she can't win, these polls show she is winning, she is moving, she is growing in reputation nationally within the party."

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