Newsweek Staff

Stories by Newsweek Staff

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    Voices in Mourning

    The families of those who died are still grieving, each in their own way.
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    Wanted 'Dead or Alive'

    George W. Bush’s famous directive about finding Osama bin Laden after 9/11 applied to many others as well.
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    9/11 First Responders

    The families of the heroes who responded on 9/11 share their stories of grief and hope.
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    The 10 Commandments of Steve

    More than anything else, Jobs's genius is in managing the creative process. Here's his playbook.
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    Kevin Smith

    On the time he got kicked off a flight for being too fat.
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    Trendy Tech

    The latest releases in gaming systems
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    Hilarious Irene Survival Kits

    From Oreos to booze, see Twitter photos of the funniest hurricane emergency kits. Plus, submit your own!
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    Summer's Biggest Winners

    From a poet to an actress, see who came out of the season shining bright and sitting pretty.
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    Paul Rudd

    The actor talks about the time he almost killed himself to get a laugh.
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    Best of the West

    Designers are crossing a new frontier for fall
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    Obama's Secret Surge

    What has actually changed since the Bush administration? Tony Dokoupil crunches the numbers.
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    Heat Wave Grips Country

    With temps soaring into the 100, the sweaty and suffering masses sought relief however they could.
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    Egypt Boils Over

    A NEWSWEEK/DAILY BEAST poll of Egyptian voters portends trouble for the West with this fall's elections approaching in Egypt.
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    The Scariest Summer

    Parks are upping the fear factor this year with new coasters, flight simulators, and full-on vertical drops. (Bring your Pepto-Bismol.)
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    Nautical by Nature

    Because with temperatures rising everywhere, it's too hot to stay on land.
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    The Ones Who Got Away

    Casey Anthony joins a rogues’ gallery of reviled figures who many thought got off too easy.
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    Workforce, U.S.A.

    Here’s who’s employing the most people in every state.
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    Tech Bubble

    Stylish twists on geeky gadgetry.
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    FIFA Women’s World Cup

    For the briefest of moments, all eyes were on the U.S. women’s soccer team last week after Abby Wambach scored a clutch goal against rival Brazil in the last seconds of play. The dramatic victory captured the imagination of American sports fans, who normally yawn through soccer games and ignore women’s professional sports altogether. But viewers watched in awe as the team rocketed past France and into the finals of the FIFA Women’s World Cup for the first time in more than a decade. Said Wambach, the team’s breakout star, “We can be dealt any hand, any situation, and come through on top in the end.”