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Highlights From the 87th Academy Awards
Glitz, glamour and controversy at this year's Oscars.
Photos: Film and Fashion at the 2015 Oscars
The last hurrah of the awards season took place Sunday night in Los Angeles.
Holland's New Marijuana Laws Are Changing Old Amsterdam
Times are changing in the city many associate with drug tourism.
Two Cezanne Sketches Found Behind Watercolors
Unearthed in Philadelphia, the sketches haven’t seen the light of day since the early 20th century.
Why Isn’t Batman in the Public Domain?
Extending copyright protection is costing us all a great deal.
So Your Kid Wants to Be a Rock Star?
Five tips to weather the storm.
Reliving Selma's 'Bloody Sunday'
Protests come to life in the words of one who walked the walk.
Hollywood’s Blacks: Servants, Slaves, Ghetto Moms and Thugs
The absence of black Oscar nominees comes after decades of demeaning stereotyping.
Performances have included an all-black "Reservoir Dogs" and an all-female "Glengarry Glen Ross."
Worst Best Pictures: Why the Academy Screws Up the Category So Often
Distance often lends perspective for the Academy Awards Best Picture category.
We Don’t Need Gender Snoops in Public Bathrooms
Prejudice against transgender men and women threatens everyone’s liberty.
Alan Cumming’s ‘Celibacy’ Video Mocks FDA Blood Donor Policy
The campaign is part of an effort to get the FDA to reverse what critics call a double standard for gay and bisexual men.
Larry David’s ‘Fish in the Dark,’ Weeks Away From Opening, Close to Sold Out
The writer and actor’s play is breaking Broadway ticket sales records before even opening.
Front National Leader Marine Le Pen’s Reading List Leaked
The French nationalist leader reportedly had assigned reading from a tutor to appear more cultured.
Is Male Sexuality Fluid or Fixed?
From hazing rituals to Hell’s Angels kissing, man-on-man contact undermines our macho male preconceptions.
'The New Yorker at 40': A 1965 Newsweek Report
Celebrate The New Yorker's 90th anniversary by reading this profile of the magazine, published in Newsweek 50 years ago next month.
Newly Discovered Dr. Seuss Book to Be Published in July
The book is titled 'What Pet Should I Get' and was discovered by the late author's widow.
A Conversation With the Comedy Masterminds Behind ‘Broad City’
Ilana Glazer and Abbi Jacobson chat about talking to Sleater-Kinney, working with mentor Amy Poehler and watching some guy make out with himself.
FSU Defends Its Actions in Title IX Case
Florida State University responds to a Newsweek article on 'The Hunting Ground' documentary.
Photos: All-Instagram Exhibition Highlights Mobile Creativity
Columbus Art Museum and the #jj mobile photography community partner on an all-Instagram exhibition.
Russian City Covers Its Eyes to ‘Fifty Shades’ Film
But the books become the region’s best sellers after theaters cancel showings due to local pressure.
'Newsweek' Turns 82
On February 17, 1933, 'Newsweek' entered the magazine business.
Jessica Williams Says She Won’t Host ‘The Daily Show’
Williams is a popular choice for the job, but she says she’s “extremely under-qualified.”
'Saturday Night Live' Turns 40, and Everyone Shows Up to Celebrate
The best moments from SNL’s 40th anniversary special included cast audition tapes and a "Weekend Update" reunion with Tina Fey, Amy Poehler and Jane Curtin.
The Unassuming Creator Behind 'Fifty Shades of Grey'
A look at the modest life of erotica’s surprising savior.
Our Long Romance With ‘Saturday Night Live’
As the show celebrates 40 years, we continue to tune in because it examines the prevailing zeitgeist like no other.
Bob Dylan: ‘Critics Say I Can't Sing. I Croak. Sound Like a Frog.’
While picking up an award the musician takes stock.
The Decemberists Are Sorry. Really.
Colin Meloy of the Decemberists may live on a farm outside of Portland and write children’s books, but don’t put him in a flannel box.
The 1985 'Newsweek' Review of 'The Breakfast Club'
Celebrate the 30th anniversary of John Hughes's classic film by reading the 1985 'Newsweek' review.
Martin Luther King Jr.’s Three Southern Villains
James Reston, Jr. recalls the law men who resisted MLK’s civil rights protests.