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Street Fighting
Protesters supporting police officers on Delmas highway in Port-au-Prince on September 14. Hundreds of Haitian police and supporters, many of them armed, sparked panic in the capital, setting cars on fire as they voiced their anger at the ruling part
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Passing the Baton
Japan’s Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga reacts after he was elected as new head of Japan’s ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) at the party’s leadership election on September 14. Suga later was officially elected prime minister by Japan’s Pa
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High Wire Act
Cyclists hanging under the Grenoble Bastille cable cars during the 17th stage of the 107th edition of the Tour de France cycling race, 170 km between Grenoble and Meribel, on September 16. Meanwhile, the publication, Bicycling, reported that the 2019
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Americans’ Very Right To Keep And Bear Arms Is On The Ballot This Election
DEMOCRATS WILL “CONFISCATE YOUR guns and appoint justices who will wipe away your Second Amendment,” President Trump warned in his recent acceptance speech for the Republican presidential nomination. He’s right. Democratic vice presidential nominee K
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Individual Gun Ownership Is Not At Stake In This Election
AS A LONG-TIME GUN OWNER, SHOOTING sports enthusiast, businessperson and gun safety advocate, I can say with complete certainty that gun ownership is not at stake in this fall’s election. It is well-settled law that private firearm ownership is a rig
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How to Stop Juggling
EACH WEEK DORIECLARK, NOTED strategy consultant, communication coach and professor of business at Duke and Columbia universities, hosts the Newsweek LinkedIn Live interview series Better. She talks to business leaders, authors and founders about the
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The Netanyahu dilemma
SEATED IN THE OVAL OFFICE EARLIER this month, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu displayed a token that President Donald Trump told him was “a key to our country and to our hearts.” A year from now, could Netanyahu receive the most prestigious
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Best Nursing Homes 2021
CHOOSING A NURSING HOME FOR AN AGING family member has always been a heavy responsibility. As the COVID-19 pandemic showed with heartbreaking clarity, it can even be a matter of life and death. ¶ That’s why Newsweek once again partnered with respecte
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Museums You’ll Want to Immerse Yourself In
This interactive art experience by the entertainment company Meow Wolf was partially funded by Game of Thrones creator, George R.R. Martin, so you know it will be wildly exciting. The journey begins after guests step into what looks to be a Victorian
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Cecily Strong
FROM MELANIA TRUMP TO “THE GIRL YOU WISH YOU HADN’T STARTED A Conversation With at a Party,” Cecily Strong has created some of the most memorable characters on Saturday Night Live over the last eight years. A recent parody subject stands out; Fox New
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“Not many TV characters have entered our living rooms and our hearts like Friends,” said Newsweek. “The sitcom was a hit the minute it debuted…. No wonder NBC is charging Super Bowl-size ad rates, about $2 million per 30-second spot, for the May fina
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Honoring an Icon
Mourners pay their respects to Ruth Bader Ginsburg outside the U.S. Supreme Court on September 19, 2020, a day after the Supreme Court Justice died from pancreatic cancer. Ginsburg’s passing will have a major impact on the dynamics of the election as
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The Archives
“Equally at home on Broadway, on television, or conducting the Philharmonic, Bernstein’s extraordinary talents have attracted millions of admirers,” said Newsweek. Leonard Bernstein conducted the first televised concert at New York’s Lincoln Center f
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“We Were Warned”
A firefighter at work as flames push towards homes on September 7 during the Creek fire in the Cascadel Woods, which was triggered by a mini-explosion at a gender reveal party. Meanwhile, uncontrolled fires also broke out across several western state
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Homeless
Migrants rest as they spend the night on the road near Mytilene. A fire, which Greek officials suspect was deliberately set, destroyed Greece’s largest Moria refugee camp on the island of Lesbos, early on September 11. Thousands of asylum seekers on
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Facing Up
A Palestinian artist, on September 8, paints a face mask on a child to create awareness about ways to prevent the spread of the COVID-19. A recent spike in cases in the area has raised concerns that a wider outbreak could be on its way. “For months,”
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Faceoff
Supporters of Belarus opposition leaders are blocked by soldiers and military equipment during the March of Unity near the Palace of Independence in Minsk on September 6. The announcement of the Belarusian presidential election results sparked mass p
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Shalala Unbound
@SteveFriess IN AN ELECTION SEASON IN WHICH THE progressive ideas of the Squad, Bernie Sanders and other like-minded Democrats are being hotly debated by both conservatives and liberals, Florida Democrat Donna Shalala is determined to carve out space
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The Right Stuff
IN 2001, STEPHEN MILLER WAS A 16-year-old student at Santa Monica High School near the beach in Southern California when the 9/11 attacks kicked his patriotism into overdrive. Upset that students weren’t saying the Pledge of Allegiance in classrooms,
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A Shot in The Dark
THE UNPRECEDENTED SWIFTNESS with which medical science is developing a vaccine for COVID-19 is one of the most inspiring stories in this historic chapter. Vaccine candidates emerged only weeks after scientists identified SARS-CoV-2 and sequenced its
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“It Would Be Blown Out Of The Water Publicly.”
AMERICA’S MOST WIDELY-KNOWN expert on the coronavirus pandemic is no stranger to disease crises and the political turmoil that surrounds them. Fauci’s been head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases since 1984, through AIDS and
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World’s Best Specialized hospitals 2021
IN OUR NINE DECADES, NEWSWEEK HAS COVERED ALL aspects of health care—scientific challenges, economic disruption, the occasional medical miracle and most of all, what these developments mean for our readers. As part of that commitment, we’ve partnered
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Mouthwatering Street Foods Around the World
The raw, fresh fish is cooked in its own seasoning like a ceviche and then placed among rice and some veggies. Much like a deconstructed version of your favorite sushi roll, this recipe is converted into an on-the-go style rather than the typical pok
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The War and Treaty Look for Healing
@newbeats A LOT OF THE WAR AND TREATY’S music is about trying to turn suffering into hope. In 2019, for instance, the Nashville-based duo of Michael Trotter Jr. and Tanya Blount-Trotter were among the marchers with late Congressman John Lewis over th
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Janelle Monáe
IN A YEAR WHERE IT SEEMS LIKE EVERY FACET OF LIFE IS GOING THROUGH a massive shift, musician and actor Janelle Monáe is front and center as a voice for that change, especially in her new film Antebellum, available on-demand on major cable and digital
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