“In a free exchange of ideas, the best will ultimately win out,” Hefner wrote.
Hef sold 50,000 copies of his first issue almost immediately thanks to his Monroe cover.
There is no war on coal. But there is a war on coal workers, and the only way to end it is to shift them into the modern world.
In its relentless effort to delegitimize the press, the Trump administration has issued a long, long embarrassing list of lies.
The president issues so many plainly untrue statements that one must wonder if he's divorced from reality.
The president-elect is issuing statements to world leaders that radically depart from U.S. foreign policy, and benefit his family’s corporate empire.
Awash in false conspiracy theories, protest voters and angry non-voters put Trump in the White House.
Almost every email reviewed in the latest FBI probe were duplicates of emails already investigated or personal emails, a source says.
Inside Vladimir Putin's complex gambit to weaken NATO.
The Trump strategy was deny, impede and delay, while destroying documents the court had ordered them to hand over.
The Republican nominee's destructive behavior has victimized cities, businesses, investors, partners and even members of his own family.
A Trump supporter sent Newsweek's Kurt Eichenwald an epileptogenic video that triggers seizures.
He is not a self-made man.
Paper's decision to republish GOP candidate's self-serving and untrue account of his support for the Cuban embargo is incomprehensible.
The GOP nominee and his surrogates have tried to undermine Newsweek's cover story, which shows how one of Trump's companies violated the Cuban trade embargo. They have left all the facts unchallenged.
Through Trump Hotels, the GOP nominee secretly conducted business in Cuba, ignoring American laws. Later, he falsely told Cuban-American voters he would never spend money on the island so long as Fidel Castro remained in power.
Newsweek obtained a deposition that shows Donald Trump committed perjury. Or lied.
The Trumps can sell the Trump Organization, or Donald Trump can be president. They cannot have both.
There are tax documents not under audit that Trump can release, but won’t.
An open letter to House Speaker Paul Ryan on the difference between racism, xenophobia, protectionism, nuclear proliferation, torture, war crimes, fanboy support—and the GOP.
Why are evangelicals backing a man who knows so little about Christianity or even the Bible?
Kurt Eichenwald asks if there's a real doctor in the House of Trump.
An open letter to Paul Ryan on why he must put party loyalty aside and condemn Donald Trump, who seems incapable of recognizing truth.
“The thing you don’t understand about Donald Trump is that he’s mentally ill.”
We need to stop pretending that Americans should die because of conspiracy theories about gun control, religion or politics.
A close reading of the new report shows this is a nonissue for the presidential race.
If the Democratic presidential candidate can’t even manage the vicious thugs who act in his name, the author writes, he can’t be trusted to run the country.
The old-line extremist networks have no connection to today's “jihadist cool” aficionados.
On Thursday night, the Times dropped a “bombshell” about Hillary Clinton, but it was a much bigger dud than people realize.
People are missing the real news in the GOP presidential candidate’s comment on work hours.