Newsweek Staff

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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.”
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    Dodd-Frank: The Players

    Elizabeth Warren: Brain behind consumer-protection agency, law professor is vilified by Dodd-Frank foes, a hero to Democrats.      
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    My Favorite Mistake

    Nancy Grace on putting her life on hold after her fiancé’s murder.
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    World Web

    Who's Who in the News of the World Scandal
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    My Favorite Mistake

    Anthony Bourdain on the wild life that killed his culinary career.
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    June 23, 2011: Los Angeles

    After 16 years on the lam, notorious Boston gangster James “Whitey” Bulger was done in by his girlfriend’s smile.
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    Diana's Causes Live On

    A list of the late Princess' favorite charities--and their current status.
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    2011 Halftime Report

    Earthshaking disasters, GOP chaos, a royal wedding, bin laden's burial--and Charlie Sheen. A tour of this year's madcap first six months, and our take on the stories that have made 2011 such a wild ride so far.
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    Don't Read These Symptoms the Wrong Way

    In evaluating a child’s behavior, many psychiatrists will view these symptoms as evidence of bipolar disorder, but author Stuart L. Kaplan, M.D., sees other explanations.
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    Clinton's Hiring Squad

    Business leaders, nonprofit directors, lawmakers, and academics will discuss jobs at next week’s CGI summit.
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    Obama's Priorities

    After meeting with his Jobs and Competitiveness Council in North Carolina last week, President Obama said that former president Clinton will help spearhead a national effort to create jobs by offering incentives to building owners to invest in energy-efficient upgrades.
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    Alexandra Pelosi

    The documentarian talks about lazy Americans, philandering politicians, and why her mother will never sext.