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Sorry for That
Aug 15, 2020 5:10 PM CDT
: Sorry for That Op-Ed. But We're Not Pulling It
'We entirely failed to anticipate the ways in which the essay would be interpreted'
has apologized for an op-ed that questioned Sen. Kamala Harris' US citizenship and her eligibility to be Joe Biden's running mate, a false and racist conspiracy theory which President Trump has not dismissed, the AP reports. "This op-ed is being used by some as a tool to...
Column on Harris'
Aug 13, 2020 3:42 PM CDT
Column on Harris' Eligibility Elicits Widespread Anger
Experts and voters answer professor's Newsweek piece on doubts about candidate born in Oakland
- In her first full day as Joe Biden's choice to join the Democratic ticket in November, Sen. Kamala Harris had her right to be there publicly questioned. John Eastman wrote an op-ed piece for
headlined, "Some Questions for Kamala Harris About Eligibility." In it, the law...
'Great Journalists Got Fired'
Feb 21, 2018 9:43 AM CST
'Great Journalists Got Fired' Over This
A 'stunning' editor's note introduces it
- It's hard to say which is buzzier: the
exposé published Tuesday night or the editor's note that appears atop it, which the
dubbed the most "stunning part" of the whole thing. In the note,
editorial staffers address the recent firing of Editor Bob...
Fires Top Editors
Feb 6, 2018 1:56 AM CST
Abruptly Fires Top Editors
Another editor stepped down in protest
is in the news again—and not for good reasons. The 85-year-old news magazine is engulfed in so much chaos and scandal that some staffers are wondering whether it will survive, according to
. On Monday editor-in-chief Bob Roe, executive editor Ken Li, and reporter Celeste Katz were...
Goes Viral With
Cover of 'America's Boy King'
Aug 4, 2017 4:39 PM CDT
Goes Viral With Cover of 'America's Boy King'
'I wonder if he will hang this in his club house'
- Salon calls it "one of the harshest covers about Donald Trump yet," and the
says it's "stunning" but "not in a good way." The cover for the new issue of
—on newsstands Aug. 11—depicts President Trump in a recliner...
'Newsweek' Reporter to Online
Troll: 'I'm Coming for You'
Dec 20, 2016 8:18 AM CST
'Newsweek' Reporter to Online Troll: 'I'm Coming for You'
Kurt Eichenwald, who has epilepsy, says tweet with flashing GIF caused him seizure
- "I'm coming for you, you son of a bitch." That was Monday's tweet from
senior writer and epilepsy sufferer Kurt Eichenwald, addressing the person who tweeted a flashing strobe GIF at him that caused him to have a seizure. Per Courthouse News , Eichenwald—who appeared...
As Trump Blasts Clinton,
His Own Email Mess Emerges
Oct 31, 2016 11:03 AM CDT
As Trump Blasts Clinton, His Own Email Mess Emerges
Deep dive in 'Newsweek' reveals Trump, his companies purged documents in 'defiance of court orders'
- The commotion related to Hillary Clinton's emails has gone into overdrive just days before the election, and now Kurt Eichenwald is throwing some more email deletions into the mix for
—this time linked to Donald Trump. The article details Trump's own records purges, which included "...
'I Like Watching the Bodies'
May 23, 2016 9:32 AM CDT
CrossFit Founder: 'I Like Watching the Bodies'
Greg Glassman deflects criticism about injuries, rails against 'a--holes' in soda industry
- Despite allegations of injuries caused by questionable techniques, the fitness phenomenon known as CrossFit is said to boast an estimated 4 million members around the globe with a program that
says "has come to dominate the athletic world." And it has no bigger fan than its founder,...
Aug 4, 2013 10:02 AM CDT
Iconic magazine had been up for sale since May, goes to IBT Media
was unloaded for a dollar . Then it merged with the Daily Beast . Then it underwent a series of scandals over dubious cover choices and fact-checking . Then it ended its print edition . In the latest step for the once-iconic magazine, Barry Diller's IAC has sold
Bids Itself Farewell
Dec 23, 2012 11:15 AM CST
Bids Itself Farewell
Last print edition of the once-iconic mag is out tomorrow
- There will be no more weekly wondering what crazy cover concoction Tina Brown & Co. have put together to greet you in the supermarket checkout:
has printed its final print issue, and it is going out with an old-school-meets-new-school bow to itself, notes Mashable . The cover features a retro...
Ending Print Edition
Oct 18, 2012 7:56 AM CDT
Ending Print Edition
Last print issue on stands December 31
is canning its iconic print edition and going completely digital at the beginning of 2013, according to a not-entirely-shocking memo to staff from Tina Brown, who has served as editor-in-chief of both
and the Daily Beast since the companies merged . Brown cited a "tipping point at which...
Sep 17, 2012 2:58 PM CDT
Media World Freaks Over
Editor Tina Brown does it again
- Chalk up one more for
in the magazine cover wars: Their latest headline, "Muslim Rage," runs in big black font over a photo of furious Muslim protesters. The cover article by activist Ayaan Hirsi Ali recounts her tale of emancipation from Muslim fundamentalism, but also makes an...
Anti-Obama Cover Story Draws Howls
OPINION & Backlash
Aug 20, 2012 3:49 PM CDT
Anti-Obama Cover Story Draws Howls
Niall Ferguson piece dubbed misleading by Paul Krugman, others
has found itself at the center of controversy again, this time with a cover story titled "Hit the Road, Barack," in which economist (and McCain 2008 adviser) Niall Ferguson picks apart the Obama presidency. Ferguson accuses the president of breaking campaign promises, boosting the deficit, letting the...
Aug 13, 2012 1:19 PM CDT
Are Magazines Beyond Saving?
Editorial moves may be irrelevant in fading industry: David Carr
- Since taking the helm at
in late 2010, Tina Brown has taken heat for cover stories calling Obama "the first gay president," celebrating restaurants amid a struggling economy, and portraying Michele Bachmann with crazy eyes , among others . But regardless of her editorial choices, Brown may have been...
Obama Isn't Our
1st Gay President
May 15, 2012 10:22 AM CDT
Obama Isn't Our 1st Gay President
That honor goes to James Buchanan: Jim Loewen
- Tina Brown would like you to think that our 44th commander in chief is the "First Gay President." Jim Loewen would like you to know that title actually belongs to our country's 15th leader, James Buchanan. After taking a moment to smack
for the "cheap...
With 'Gay President' Cover
May 13, 2012 2:00 PM CDT
Strikes Back With 'Gay President' Cover
Tina Brown tries to one-up Time's breastfeeding cover
- Take that,
magazine. A week after
's controversial breastfeeding cover ,
has fired back with a cover article on President Obama's support for gay marriage—with the headline, "The First Gay President," and a rainbow-colored halo over Obama's head, Politico reports. Apparently
Story a Good
Apr 16, 2012 5:14 PM CDT
S&M Story a Good Spanking
Katie Roiphe ties female submission to feminist victories
- Author Katie Roiphe has whipped up a storm with her
/Daily Beast cover article on submissive female sex fantasies. Roiphe's argument: "that huge numbers of women are eagerly consuming myriad and disparate fantasies of submission"—think
A Dangerous Method
Fifty Shades of Grey
Pelosi's Anti-Obama Quote
Oct 3, 2011 3:35 PM CDT
Retracts Pelosi's Anti-Obama Quote
Reporter's notes misconstrued as quotation
- So maybe President Obama can see around corners after all?
editors abruptly pulled a quote today they had attributed to Nancy Pelosi , about how Obama's team "can’t see around corners; they anticipate nothing." Turns out those words were written by a reporter in her notes...
Aug 10, 2011 5:02 AM CDT
for 'Crazy Eyes' Bachmann
Use her words against her, not a bad photo, Daily Show host says
's Michele Bachmann story this week came with a highly unflattering cover photo, even drawing criticism from some of the GOP hopeful's foes. Jon Stewart also slammed the magazine for the choice of photo, accusing
of adding weight to conservative claims of liberal media bias. "One...
Di Cover 'Creepy,' 'Crude'
Jun 29, 2011 10:36 AM CDT
's Doctored Di Cover 'Creepy,' 'Crude'
Magazine imagines Di at 50; Internet does not approve
- Not exactly what you'd expect from the pre-Tina Brown
: A Photoshopped Princess Diana strolls on the cover with daughter-in-law Kate Middleton, as the magazine imagines what Di would be like today, at age 50. (Brown speculates that she'd still be "great-looking," with the help of...
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