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Never Argue With a Man With a Gun.
To call a man a ‘white man’ is racist terminology in itself.
Is Obama Making Racial Divide Worse?
An exclusive Newsweek poll reveals the persistence of America’s stark racial divide.
Cherchez La Femme
The old boys’ club just isn’t what it used to be.
If I Had a Son, He’d Look Like George Zimmerman
‘The implication of looks equating to innocence (or guilt) is illogical and emotive and divisive, and indeed racially charged.’
A Needed Revolution: Rape and U.S. Justice
The arrest rate for rape—24 percent—has not changed since the late 1970s. Sarah Tofte explains why.
Five justices put our lives on the line.
The Rise of Big-Game Hunting
From Teddy Roosevelt to Donald Trump Jr., the rich have heeded the call of the wild and fallen for big-game hunting.
The Right's Dead-Enders
Will the hard-core anti-Romney pundits come around?
Why Superlatives Are a Bad Sell
AT&T ruling shows why companies should avoid hyping their products.
Move Over, Snooki
Michelle Obama's new frontier
Live Chat: Andrew Sullivan on the Crisis of Christianity in America
Join Newsweek’s Andrew Sullivan, whose cover story on Christianity leads the magazine this week, for a live chat Tuesday, April 3, at 2 p.m. ET.
The Cardinal Sees Red
Cardinal Dolan is not satisfied with the Obama compromise on contraception. America’s pope girds for battle.
Periscope: Santorum vs. Gomorrah
“Daisy Girl,” all grown up and not watching TV.
A Tale of Two Romneys
GOP moderates are on the verge of extinction—why Mitt isn’t his father.
Charlize Theron adopts, Rod Blagojevich starts his prison sentence and more.
More Negative Ads, Please
Why evolution favors attack ads.
The top GOP candidates were Bush backers—and are running from his legacy as fast as they can.
Can Suicide Be a Hate Crime?
Dharun Ravi may be a jerk, but he shouldn’t go to prison for it.
No GOP Casa Blanca
Have Romney’s relentless attacks on Latinos sent the right off an electoral cliff?
Their non-profit siblings provide money to the cash cows, without having to publicly disclose their donors.
I Just Can’t Quit You
Warren Buffett’s not the only American geriatric who refuses to retire.
Rush to the Bottom
Huckabee’s about to take the mike. Can he push Limbaugh off the talk-radio throne?
How Obama Caved On Israel
The president sacrificed his ideals and misplayed his hand. How Bibi got the better of Barack. By Peter Beinart.
Alan Dershowitz Convicts DSK
The maid was discredited. The former IMF chief got off. But was he guilty?
A Long Way to Go, Baby
A half-century into the modern women’s movement, why aren’t more women in power? Leslie Bennetts reports.
How Obama Could Lose
Yes, things are looking up for the Democrats. But foreign policy could upend everything this fall.
The War On Texas Women
Reproductive rights are under attack. On the front lines of the latest battleground—and how Planned Parenthood is fighting back.
Where Women Are on Top
How stuffy old NPR became a hotbed for female journalists.
Sarah Palin's Revenge
She rose fast, flamed out—then got mad. David Frum on HBO's 'Game Change'—and how Sarah Palin stirred a revolt against Obama's America.