In Warning Against Caricaturing Hasan, Newsweek's Miller Caricatures U.S.

Another liberal fears a 'backlash.'

Newsweek Editor Posts Bizarre Anti-Lou Dobbs Poem: Anchor Wants World 'Where Aliens Are Put in Stocks'

Newsweek senior editor Jerry Adler on Thursday posted a bizarre poem on the publication's website, mocking Lou Dobbs for leaving CNN and insinuating that the cable anchor might be crazy: "So wily ...

Econ 101: Do We Need a New Theory of Market Stability?

Newsweek editor argues against free markets, but evidence suggests regulation was to blame for economic collapse.

Newsweek Trashes Sexual Abstinence

Reporter Sarah Kliff uses extreme examples and leftist groups to promote comprehensive sex ed instead.

Newsweek Despairs 'Checks and Balances' Impede ObamaCare

Penning the lead for "Yes He Can (But He Sure Hasn't Yet)" Newsweek cover, "A Liberal's Survival Guide," Anna Quindlen defended Obama from complaints he's not enacting liberal policies fast ...

Newsweek Gets Flood of Anti-Biden Letters, Publishes None of Them

It's bad enough that the new design of Newsweek came with blatant cover-story campaigning for Joe Biden. Then in the next edition, when it was time for Letters to the Editor, Newsweek reported ...

Newsweek's Fineman Invokes Rahm on Health Care: Obama Not Making Use of 'Crisis Mode'

'Countdown' host Keith Olbermann suggests Congress threaten to strip insurers of antitrust exemption as punitive solution to push reform.

Newsweek Seriously Asks: 'Was Russia Better Off Red?'

The October 12 issue of Newsweek asked: "Was Russia Better Off Red?" The "Back Story" page of the magazine featured a graphic comparing life under communism to now: "Since the collapse of the ...

News Photographer Excoriates Newsweek for Cropping to Make Cheney Look 'Sinister'

Famed news photographer David Hume Kennerly took to the New York Times' "Lens" blog last week, with an update on Monday in which he denounced Newsweek's "skewed imagery to advance its editorial ...
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