After eight years, Iran says goodbye to President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
Apple wins a rectangle patent lawsuit, and Us Weekly contradicts Life & Style on Who Wore It Best.
The White House press corps works in an office Donald Trump would have designed if he kept journalists as pets.
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Sarah Palin confirms she won't be running in 2012, and Newsweek tells women how to get pregnant.
Stephen explains newspapers to his younger viewers and wonders why they don't have a porn section.
Newsweek goes pretty far out of its way to find a crappy photo of Michele Bachmann.
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Newsweek ranks America as the 11th best country in the world, behind Canada and Luxembourg.
In this complete, unedited interview, Jon Meacham calls Newsweek's future an existential crisis.
Drinking soda can lead to paralysis, and Oprah promotes questionable health advice.
Laurie Garrett explains why pigs are walking, talking, eating, pooping Petri dishes.
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