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The best news photography from around the world.
Chilling Time-Lapse Map Plots 15 Years of Global Militant Attacks
Milan Vuckovic based his video presentation on Isao Hashimoto's work depicting nuclear explosions
Photos: The Beauty of Urban Blight in New York and San Francisco
A brief collection of Janet Delaney's photographic cityscapes show two cities emerging from the postwar white-flight years.
Photos: High-Tech Pet Prosthetics in the Wild
Injured animals live freely with the help of carbon fiber and 3D-printed limbs.
David Gilmour: Comfortably One in Life After Pink Floyd
An early member of Pink Floyd, Gilmour finds fresh success as a solo artist—with help from his novelist wife, Polly Samson
Photos: The Faces of Uganda's Former LRA Captives
Women who were abducted and raped by the Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) fighters in Uganda grapple with re-integrating into society.
Photos: Refugees Face Worsening Weather on Balkan Route
After fleeing war in Syria and other countries, asylum seekers face freezing temperatures.
GOP Candidates Face Off in CNBC 'Your Money, Your Vote' Debate
Wednesday night's event was meant to focus primarily on business and the economy.
Vertical Farms Across the World
With arable land becoming more and more sparse, and global populations continuing to rise, the only direction to grow our farms is up.
Photos: Clinical Racism in The Tuskegee Syphilis Experiment
African-American men were included as part of clinical testing but excluded from treatment.
In 1965, ‘Newsweek’ Covers Pope Paul VI’s Visit to New York
The first papal visit to the United States raised concerns over the pontiff’s safety.
Yogi Berra in the Pages of Newsweek: 1964
As we remember the beloved New York Yankees catcher, a glimpse into the archives shows him in the early stages of his post-playing career.
Newsweek's Cover on Bruce Springsteen: 'Making of a Rock Star'
40 years ago today, Bruce Springsteen released "Born to Run."
Should You Do Windows?
Twenty years ago today, Windows 95 forever changed the market for PC software.
America's Top High Schools 2015
The Newsweek High School Rankings assess schools based on a broad range of data to determine which institutions do the best job of preparing students for college.
Beating the Odds 2015
Newsweek’s 'Beating the Odds' list seeks to identify schools that do an excellent job of preparing their students for college while also overcoming the obstacles posed by students at an economic disadvantage.
Newsweek's 2015 High School Rankings
Newsweek's 2015 High School Rankings recognizes the achievements of the best public high schools in the United States for college readiness.
Map: America's Top High Schools 2015
A map that shows the locations of the top 100 schools both overall and with poverty level taken into account.
Methodology of Newsweek's High School Rankings 2015
Our high school rankings evaluates schools on a range of criteria to identify those that excel at preparing students for college and overcome socioeconomic obstacles.
Frequently Asked Questions About Newsweek’s High School Rankings 2015
The question “What are America’s top schools?” has different answers, depending on whether student poverty is taken into account.
After Hiroshima, Trumpeting the ‘Wonder Weapon’
A ‘Newsweek’ article, published August 13, 1945, offers insight into the immediate American reaction to the bombing of Hiroshima.
The Other Time Trump Was Huge: Newsweek's 1987 Look at the Presidential Candidate
Donald John Trump—real-estate developer, casino operator, corporate raider and perhaps future politician—is a symbol of an era, 'Newsweek' wrote in 1987.
Photos: Alexander McQueen’s Fashion in 'Savage Beauty' at Victoria and Albert Museum
The late designer's remarkable fashions are on display through August 2 in London.
Remembering the Great American Writer Ernest Hemingway on His Birthday
Newsweek followed the legendary writer’s career up until his tragic death in 1961.
Was Teen Life in the 1990s More 'Kids' or 'Clueless'?
in 1995, John Leland compared two strikingly different depictions of the teenage experience for Newsweek.
A Change in Attitudes: The Beginning of the Pride Movement
"Newsweek" looks back at how the defining moment of the emergent gay pride movement was reported.
Black Like Me: A White Man's Experience of Segregation
John Howard Griffin’s experience of “black passing” in the American South during the late 1950s allowed him to examine the injustices of segregation from a piercing new perspective.
Execution of a Terrorist: Debates Over Timothy McVeigh's Death Echo 14 Years Later
The fate of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the Boston Marathon bomber, is raising questions similar to those about McVeigh. On June 19, 1997, "Newsweek" published an article examining McVeigh's trial.
Photos of the Tony Award Winners and Performances
The best of Broadway was celebrated Sunday night at the 69th annual Tony Awards.
Photos: Watching the Red Carpet at the 69th Tony Awards
Celebrities and performers lineup to attend Broadway's biggest night.
A Look at Some of the America’s Most Famous Female Competitive Eaters
From tearing apart steaks to scarfing down dozens of hot dogs, these women are showing their male counterparts how to eat like a pro.
Revisiting a Landmark Birth Control Ruling, 50 Years Later
In Griswold v. Connecticut, the court decided in favor of allowing married couples to use contraception, a precedent-setting decision.