Newsweek

From 1966 to 2020

A former Newsweek editor looks back at the social upheaval of the 1960s, and sees hope ahead.

Hula Bowl 2020: All You Need to Know

Mahalo! The Hula Bowl is back after a 12-year hiatus, and here is everything you need to know about Sunday night's game, including how to watch it.

En Español: Alcaldesa Yulín Cruz Habla Con Newsweek

En entrevista con Newsweek, la alcaldesa de San Juan aborda su futuro político y lo que le depara a la isla después de la catástrofe, a la vez que comparte sus opiniones sobre el Presidente Donald Trump y los esfuerzos de la Agencia Federal para el Manejo de Emergencias (FEMA) en Puerto Rico.

A Former Guerrilla Member Wants to Run Colombia

In an exclusive interview, Gustavo Petro spoke to Newsweek about President Donald Trump, late Venezuelan leader Hugo Chávez and why politics is a matter of life and death.

Newsweek Media Group Chairman Steps Down

The announcement comes amid an ongoing grand jury investigation by the Manhattan District Attorney's office that started at least 17 months ago and appears to include an examination of the company's finances.

Christian Group Denies Role in DA Probe of Newsweek

Olivet University said it had no "shared ownership interests" with Newsweek Media Group. Still, a number of the media company's top executives have longstanding ties to the school and its founder, pastor and businessman David Jang.

Sessions's War on Pot Called a Waste of Time

"With respect to everything else going on in the U.S., this is pretty low priority," Alberto Gonzales, who served under President George W. Bush, told Newsweek.

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