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Why I Accepted a Medal from Donald Trump
THE DAY BEFORE PHOTOGRAPHER Nick Ut was scheduled to receive the Medal of Arts from Donald Trump, another famous soon-to-be medal recipient publicly declined the honor: Bill Belichick, head coach of the New England Patriots and longtime friend of the
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Steve McCurry’s Search for Elsewhere
It seems we’re not the only ones going through our old photos and waxing nostalgic for traveling the world. World-renowned photojournalist and former Newsweek photographer Steve McCurry has released In Search of Elsewhere, a retrospective collection
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Fire Fest
Bulgarian dancers costumes perform a ritual dance with flaming torches during the Kukeri Carnival in western Bulgaria, on January 13. The Kukeri Carnival, a festival of brightly colored masks and costumes, marks the beginning of Spring. Every partici
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On Guard
Members of the National Guard rest in the Capitol Visitors Center on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., January 13, ahead of a House vote impeaching U.S. President Donald Trump. The troops are also assembling for the inauguration of President-elect Jo
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Pulling the Plug
SO, PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP HAS been booted off Twitter, as of now forever. Facebook also gave him the heave-ho. Apple and Google, meanwhile, have tossed the riot-friendly Parler app out of their stores. Parler became a social media cave for the Trump
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Talking Points
“I did not know if I was going to make it to the end of the day alive.” —REP. ALEXANDRIA OCASIOCORTEZ DESCRIBING A “VERY CLOSE ENCOUNTER” AT THE CAPITOL ON JAN. 6 “THE DECISION HAS BEEN MADE NOT TO MOVE FORWARD WITH THE AWARD.” —NEW ENGLAND PATR
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Q&A: Fawn Germer
If you’ve been fired or furloughed, what’s the first thing to do? Get mad. Get sad. Feel it. Then, make a to-do list, starting with checking in with your network and updating your resume and LinkedIn profile. Keep adding to your list so you always h
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Biden’s Choice : Accountability Or Unity
YOU CAN ONLY BE NONCOMMITTAL about the crucial question of accountability for Donald Trump so long, especially when you are the next president of the United States. And for Joe Biden, with mere days left before he takes the oath of office on January
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The Archives
Newsweek wrote that “what President Nixon needs to win re-election, an aide says, is not so much an economic boom as ‘arguable prosperity’—and his success or failure in achieving it promises to be the central issue of the fall campaign.” The economy
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Can Biden Succeed Where Obama Failed?
TWELVE YEARS AFTER JOE BIDEN was sworn in as the vice president of hope and change, hope is in short supply and the need for change is even more acute. Progressives have a rare opportunity to enact their agenda—but they will need to play the kind of
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Tragedy
Indonesian Navy divers hold wreckage from Sriwijaya Air flight SJY182 during a search and rescue operation in the Java Sea on January 10. The Boeing 737-500 crashed the day before, shortly after taking off from Jakarta airport. The cause of the crash
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Lorraine Toussaint
ONE THING IS CERTAIN ABOUT GREAT ACTORS, THEY CAN’T BE PIGEONHOLED. “I may indeed be perceived as a character actor, but I just think of myself as an actress that serves the work,” says Lorraine Toussaint, who co-stars with Queen Latifah in the new d
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Snow Daze
On January 9, heavy snowstorms in Madrid and much of Spain left three people dead and trapped motorists—more than 1,000 according to The Washington Post—and closed the capital’s air and rail links. Storm Filomena dropped 20 inches of snow in the subu
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We Need an Intergenerational COVID Vaccine Corps
IF THE COVID-19 VACCINE IS TO liberate us, we urgently need new ways to deliver it. Senator Mitt Romney (R-Utah) recently proposed enlisting retired medical professionals. Just a few days later, University of Massachusetts leaders Dr. Michael Collins
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Pandemic-Proof Your Career
ACCORDING TO THE BUREAU OF Labor Statistics year-end report, 2020 ended with 9.8 million fewer jobs than before the pandemic and an unemployment rate of 6.8 percent—much improved from the all-time high of 14.7 percent in April, but a still worrying n
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The Archives
According to Newsweek, as Russian troops “fanned relentlessly” across Afghanistan, President Jimmy Carter’s response was “to order a tough new set of economic and political reprisals against the Soviet Union, including an embargo on technology and a
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Arab Spring Reckoning
THE ARAB SPRING PROTEST MOVEMENT TOOK the Middle East and North Africa by storm 10 years ago, sparked in part by the January 2011 death of Mohamed Bouazizi, a Tunisian street vendor. Bouazizi had set himself on fire two weeks earlier in a suicidal ac
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Baked With Love
I’M 11-YEARS-OLD AND I’M IN the fifth grade at Upper Moreland School in Willow Grove, Pennsylvania, and my favorite subject at school is math. But I also love to dance and make cakes. This year on Mother’s Day in May, I made a bundt cake and gave sli
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Talking Points
“Amen and Awoman.” —REP. EMANUEL CLEAVER (D-MO) CONCLUDING THE OPENING PRAYER OF THE 117TH CONGRESS “OUR DEMOCRACY IS UNDER AN UNPRECEDENTED ASSAULT.” —PRESIDENT-ELECT JOE BIDEN “I wish I could say that I’m shocked. It’s another instance in a
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The View From Abroad
NATIONS TARGETED BY U.S. EFFORTS to overthrow their governments have spoken out, mocking the chaotic situation in the U.S. capital where protesters supportive of President Donald Trump stormed the country’s top legislative building in an effort to in
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“Tested— But Not Broken”
AS HE FINALLY EXITS AMID PREDICTABLE chaos, Donald Trump’s final few acts have tested, but not broken, America’s democratic institutions. In what should have been a pro forma ceremony for Congress to accept the Electoral College vote and Joe Biden’s
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A Giant Fail
THEY KNEW IT COULD HAPPEN. THEY FEARED THAT Donald Trump would pull a “Samson,” bringing down the whole house on top of him in the two weeks before he left the White House. Officials from the FBI, the Secret Service, Homeland Security, the District o
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War On Democracy
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Putting Down Roots
SINGER MICHAEL MILOSH, 45, THE DRIVING force behind the alternative R&B collective Rhye, describes himself as a perpetual motion machine. In addition to writing, recording and touring, Milosh is involved in conceiving, directing and producing the gro
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Further Listening
Rhye first began as the duo of Michael Milosh and producer Robin Hannibal in 2010. Their major label debut Woman  introduced the world to Milosh’s airy, seductive crooning and sophisticated mix of pop, electronica and R&B; its standout songs included
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The Weirdest Finds from Unclaimed Baggage
A piece of Hollywood history was found with the original, 4-foot-tall Hoggle puppet from the 1986 cult classic film, Labyrinth starring David Bowie and Jennifer Connelly. This humpback whale vertebra carved with an Eskimo’s face belongs in a museum,
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Katherine Heigl
SOMETIMES ACTORS CHASE GREAT PARTS, AND OTHER TIMES THEY JUST manifest. That’s what happened to Katherine Heigl with Firefly Lane, the Netflix series based on Kristin Hannah’s bestselling book, premiering February 3rd. “It was one of those graceful m
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Connecting Stories and Sounds
FOR SOMEONE WHO’S MADE SOME of the hardest-hitting music of recent years, Ludwig Göransson exhibits a decidedly laid-back demeanor. From the light beard, easy smile and frequently sandaled feet to his soft-spoken yet friendly style of conversation, t
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