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'Newsweek' Turns 82
On February 17, 1933, 'Newsweek' entered the magazine business.
God Damn You, Mr. Rosewater
Jon Stewart’s new film, Rosewater, explores the horror and humor in the saga of a Newsweek reporter jailed and tortured in Iran.
Newsweek Rewind: V-E Day, When the War in Europe Ended
For the 69th anniversary of Victory in Europe Day, we decided to revisit Newsweek’s coverage of the end of World War II
Newsweek Rewind: Our First Article About the Web, Which Just Turned 25
On March 12, 1989, Sir Tim Berners-Lee proposed an "information management" system that became the Internet. We wrote about it in 1994.
Newsweek Rewind: How We Covered the Internment of Japanese-Americans during WWII
In the midst of racial fears, 120,000 U.S. citizens lost their property and their freedom
Newsweek Turns 81
The limits of a president's power, a foreclosure crisis, and naval exercises in the Pacific ... sound familiar?
The New New Newsweek.com
Didn't they just do a redesign?