You're 100 Percent Wrong About 'Africa'
Generalizing about a continent hurts more than just feelings.
Life After South Africa's Legalization of Gay Marriage
An exhibition of Zanele Muholi's work at Brooklyn Museum showcases how difficult it can be to protect equality.
U.S. Lawyer Cycles Through Africa in Support of LGBT Rights
Nate Freeman from Iowa met with activists on an almost 7,500-mile ride through 10 countries.
Civil War Remembered in Photos and Letters of Brooklyn Soldiers
More than 30,000 soldiers from Brooklyn participated in the four-year war, which ended 150 years ago.
South Africa Is Psyched to See Trevor Noah Host 'The Daily Show'
South Africans see the new 'Daily Show' host as a source of pride and hope.
Trevor Noah Will Be the Next Host of 'The Daily Show'
The 31-year-old South African comedian will take over for Jon Stewart, who is leaving the show after more than 15 years.
Director Neill Blomkamp Wants to Break Your Heart With Sweet, Gun-Toting Robot Chappie
For a movie that deals with consciousness, artificial intelligence and the forces of evil, Chappie doesn't take itself too seriously.
Chappie Stars Discuss Robot Fights, Animated Butlers and Mullets
At a press conference for media who had just watched a screening of Neill Blomkamp's movie Chappie, some bizarre questions were traded, including whether Wolverine could take on Batman.
Fur Will Fly
Exploding Kittens is bringing back cards while attracting $5 million in investment, setting a Kickstarter record.
It's Still the Economy, Stupid: The State of Obama's Un
Since his first State of the Union address, economic concerns have continued to dominate Barack Obama's presidency. Which perhaps explains his gray hair.
OverKills R Us
Big ideas for very small problems.
Our Favorite Books of 2014: Newsweek Staff Picks
Though far from exhaustive, this twenty-book list is a small glimpse at the books we read and loved in 2014.
South Africa in Focus at Johannesburg Photo Festival
A monthlong festival showcases new photography in the country.
Read the Reporting Behind "Rosewater"
The film by first-time director Jon Stewart, released Friday, tells the story of Newsweek correspondent Maziar Bahari's imprisonment in Iran, which he wrote about for the magazine upon his release.
Alex Perry on Challenging the Role of Aid in Africa
Writer Alex Perry discusses the challenges of reporting on the vast and diverse continent and the growth of the humanitarianism movement.