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"In the '60s and '70s, only men were hired as writers," says Lucy Howard, then a researcher. "It was the system, and we accepted it—until we didn't."
Long before he wrote Newsweek's cover story on LeBron James, UCLA star Lew Alcindor, now Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, was on the cover himself. Here's an excerpt.
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.
In 1978, Louise Brown became the first human ever born after conception by in vitro fertilization.
Newsweek officials have "ambitious plans" for the magazine—and say they wouldn't do business with Bannon in any case.
The announcement comes as the company battles questions about potentially fraudulent ad practices.
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.
It's official: The beloved show will not get a second season. The series, about gender discrimination and harassment, was killed by a man later accused of sexual harassment.
In its latest commentary, North Korea's official news agency warned that "the right to preemptive attack is not exclusive to the U.S."
King Henry VIII, who beheaded two of his six wives, is buried in the chapel where Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will marry.
"He's been telling people in Alabama he's not interested," a Justice Department source told Newsweek.
Malta banned bump stocks.
"To a sweeter, more beautiful girl I could not say, 'Merry Christmas,'" he wrote.
"When I was young and irresponsible, I was young and irresponsible." Now we know what he meant!
An old copy of Newsweek with the autograph of Steve Jobs on its cover will soon be up for auction and consignor Diane Williams is hoping for big money.