Newsweek Special Edition

Weed's Leading Women

Since legalization hit the U.S., the cannabis industry has been assumed to be a bastion of progressive values, but as far as we've come, the women at the top of the industry are here to tell you there's more work left to do.

The Lego Group Re-Creates Architectural Marvels

Rok Kobe and his team at the Lego Group are responsible for one of the company's most ambitious projects, combining the Lego building system with some of the world's finest architectural marvels.

The History Behind the Quidditch World Cup

Every year since 1473, according to the J.K. Rowling series, the wizards of the world have gathered to contest the Quidditch World Cup, the single most popular sporting event in the wizarding world—Gobstones championships notwithstanding.

Can PTSD Be Treated With a Simple Gas?

According to recent studies, more than 200,000 Vietnam vets still have PTSD. A simple scientific solution might be the answer for them and thousands of other veterans.

A Brave New (Jurassic) World

During the lead-up to "Jurassic World," critics and fans alike were questioning the need for another reboot, but Newsweek was ready for some nostalgia anyway.

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