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Palin hints again at presidential aspirations: ‘The field is not yet set’

Former Alaska Gov. and newly minted documentary star Sarah Palin graces the cover of the most recent issue of Newsweek, and argues in the accompanying article that she could be a winning Republican candidate in the 2012 presidential race. “I believe that I can win a national election,” Palin told…

Newsweek owner, audio tycoon Sidney Harman dead

WASHINGTON (AFP) – Audio equipment tycoon Sidney Harman, who bought Newsweek magazine last year and merged it with The Daily Beast website, died on Tuesday, his family announced. He was 92. Harman, who was married to Jane Harman, a former congresswoman from California, died in Washington of complications from acute…

WikiLeaks readying the ‘biggest leak of military intelligence ever’

Whistleblower website WikiLeaks is teaming up with news outlets to release a “massive cache” of classified US military field reports on the conflict in Iraq, Newsweek magazine reported recently. Newsweek quoted Iain Overton, editor of The Bureau of Investigative Journalism, a London-based journalism nonprofit, as saying the material constitutes the…

Newsweek ‘covers up’ secret zombie invasion headlines

Zombies beat multicolored unicorns any day of the week. At his Twitter account, author/critic Douglas Wolk tweeted on Monday, “Want your day made? Go to newsweek.com and do the Konami code: up up down down left right left right B A enter.” At The New York Times Media Decoder blog,…

Gay rights group demands apology from Newsweek

A gay rights group is demanding an apology from Newsweek magazine for a recent story that the group says suggested gay actors can’t play straight characters — an article that one actor dubbed “horrendously homophobic.” “An actor’s personal life should not be a factor in their believability in a role,”…

Doocy: ‘Makes sense’ to give people same care as dogs

Fox & Friends on Friday may have finally offered up the alternative to “ObamaCare” that Republicans and other health reform opponents haven’t stepped up with. The solution? Treat patients as if they were pets. To be fair, it wasn’t the Fox show hosts’ idea. It came from a Newsweek article…

How Dare You Portray Me As I Portrayed Myself!

Sarah Palin is just full of piss and vinegar about Newsweek’s latest cover (pictured). Says Palin: The choice of photo for the cover of this week’s Newsweek is unfortunate. When it comes to Sarah Palin, this “news” magazine has relished focusing on the irrelevant rather than the relevant. The Runner’s…

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