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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Newsweek
The differences between those in the media who support and those who oppose Israel have never been clearer, but that doesn't necessarily mean readers and viewers have gotten a better picture of the current conflict with Hamas.
A retired Navy officer and a professor of war games at the U.S. Naval War College has found a gap in national security preparedness: rules of engagement with polar bears.
The U.S. Department of State — mostly on Hillary Clinton's watch — improperly monitored or completely lost an estimated $6 billion, which is nearly 12 percent of the department's annual budget of $51 billion. That's according to a recently-released report from the Office of the Inspector General.
Curtis Bill Pepper, a long-time foreign correspondent for Newsweek and author of eight books, has died in Italy at the age of 96.
The man Newsweek claimed is the creator of bitcoin has hired a lawyer in an attempt to clear his name, repeating a denial he made to The Associated Press more than a week ago that he has never had anything to do with the digital currency.
If newspaper editors want to save their print editions, a new study may show how to do it.
A mystery man. A splashy reveal. A media frenzy. Newsweek staked its return from the dead on a story it knew would get attention. A cover story claiming it had uncovered "the face behind bitcoin," the world's most popular digital currency.
Two Los Angeles County Sheriff's deputies described in Newsweek's story about "the face behind Bitcoin" say the quotes attributed to Dorian Nakamoto and a deputy in the story are accurate.
Dorian Prentice Satoshi Nakamoto said Thursday that he is not the creator of bitcoin, adding further mystery to the story of how the world's most popular digital currency came to be.
Who is bitcoin's real creator? The bitcoin community is reacting to that burning question with a collective ho-hum.
As President Obama prepares to change the way the U.S. gathers intelligence, he faces another difficult issue: What exactly should he do with Edward Snowden, the former National Security Agency contractor who revealed the extent of the spying in the first place?
On a day when many Americans thank God for their blessings, I often recall how I spent Thanksgiving after Jim Jones, the leader of the Peoples Temple, perverted the word of God, leaving more than 900 people dead.
Tina Brown, the editor who oversaw the ill-fated merger of Newsweek and the Daily Beast website, is parting ways with the company. That’s according to a report by Buzzfeed business editor Peter Lauria, a former Daily Beast correspondent.
It's liberal columnist Jonathan Alter vs. Fox News President Roger Ailes.
Barry Diller, the chairman of Newsweek parent company InterActiveCorp, told Bloomberg News on Monday he didn't have great expectations for the struggling digital-only publication and that he wishes he hadn't bought it.