The zombie writer shared a safety-awareness video on Twitter on Monday, explaining why social distancing is so important: We need to protect our comedy legends.
The cult leader masterminded the 1995 chemical attack on Tokyo's subway that killed 13 people.
Newsweek staffers dish out their best advice for making the most out of a snowy situation.
Getting an invitation to interview is always exciting—but the second that post-interview invitation glow wears off and the pre-interview jitters sets in, it’s all downhill from there. Your anxiety builds and builds, and by the time the meeting rolls around, you’re just a ball of nerves. To make sure you don’t walk into your next big interview a sweaty and nervous mess, here are a few strategies to try out prior to the big day.
Sex Is Not the Problem: What David Letterman and Steve Phillips Demonstrate About Women in the Workplace
The recent revelation of a summertime affair gone wrong between ESPN's Baseball Tonight analyst Steve Phillips and a 22-year-old production assistant seemed like just another postscript of a year plagued by sex scandals. Now it's been reported that Phillips has been fired for his office affair. "His ability to be an effective representative for ESPN has been significantly and irreparably damaged," said a spokesman for the network. Phillips is apparently set to enter a "treatment facility"...
The Baby Makes 2 1/2 package at the Maldives'Dhoni Mighili has a pregnancy menu that caters to cravings like pickles and ice cream. A tailored wellness program gives intimacy pointers for prenatal life as couples learn to massage each other (from $17,910 per couple for five nights; dhonimighili.com ).Having a girl?
Eight years ago Mary Jansen of Dallas decided that half a century of sedentary living was enough, and she began to train for a marathon. The day of the race, it took her more than six hours to chug across the finish line. "I took my time because I was enjoying myself," she says.
Our March 3 story about fear's effect on the body drew letters of thanks from many readers. Sharing their worries during times of "government-induced fear," when "the imminence of a third world war is causing lots of stress," readers praised a story that many found "helpful" and "valuable."Dealing With FearThank you for the article on anxiety and how it affects our brain ("Our Bodies, Our Fears," March 3).
How dumb are you, anyway? And, more important, whose fault is it? In the past couple of months, it has become clear that these two questions are increasingly central to understanding the American experience.The great debate over how ignorant we all are and who we can blame for it began in earnest in August, when three really fat teenage girls--how fat?