Newsweek

Alexandria Ocasio-cortez, Ilhan Omar & Twitter Sued For $88 Million

Democratic Representatives Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York, Ilhan Omar of Minnesota and the technological company Twitter are being sued for $88 million. As Newsweek reported on Friday, a California man named Erik Estavillo sued Twitter and...
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Iran May Have Delivered ‘suicide Drones’ To Yemen’s Houthis: Report

LONDON: Iran appears to have sent deadly drones to its Houthi allies in Yemen, according to Newsweek, in a move
Related topics: Iran, Drones, Yemen, United Kingdom, London

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‘someone May Try To Kill Us’: Republican Who Voted For Impeachment Says His Colleagues Are...

In an interview on Thursday, Republican Rep. Peter Meijer of Michigan shared disturbing details about the dynamics in the U.S. Congress in the aftermath of violent attacks on the Capitol buiding. Per Newsweek, speaking with MSNBC host Hallie...
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After President Trump's De-platforming, His Facebook Page Is Drawing A Colossal Number Of New...

President Donald Trump's Facebook page continues to draw new "likes" despite the president having been de-platformed, Newsweek reported. What are the details? According to a Thursday report, Trump's Facebook page has brought in nearly 150,000 new...
Related topics: Donald Trump, Facebook, Social Media

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Sarah Sanders Humiliated By Her High School Government Teacher For Not Understanding The 1st...

According to a report from Newsweek, former White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders is still being schooled by one of her former teachers after she complained about conservatives having their 1st Amendment rights infringed by Twitter. On...
Related topics: White House, Mike Huckabee, Social Media

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Prince Harry Called ‘unhinged’ After Arguing That Damage To His Reputation Could Lead To Army...

Prince Harry received criticism on social media after he claimed in newly released documents that damage to his reputation could potentially lead to an increase in suicides among army personnel and veterans. According to Newsweek, Prince Harry made...
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How Crazed Was Msnbc Late Night While You Slept? This Crazy

The unhinged partisan hacks at MSNBC used the early hours of Wednesday morning to combine glee with rage, trashing the GOP “devils” and hailing “Queen” Stacey Abrams for her work in Tuesday’s Georgia special elections. Also, according to...
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Donald Trump Smashed His Own Personal Record By Firing Of More Than 12,000 Tweets In 2020

Donald Trump set a personal record in 2020 by firing off more than 12,000 tweets, with many of them garnering controversy and even leading the site to slap warnings against disputed or false information. As Newsweek noted, the president capped off...
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No Joke: Newsweek Ranks Fuller, Wallace Non-stories Ahead Of Major 2020 Sports Achievements

In the past year, Kobe Bryant died in a helipcopter crash, social justice activism ruined sports for countless fans, LSU won the national championship in college football, Dustin Johnson won the Master’s and Patrick Mahomes inked an astronomical...
Related topics: Kobe Bryant, Activism

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Gop Governor Cancels Outdoor Inauguration Amid Armed Threats To His Family For Mask Order

On Thursday, Newsweek reported that Gov. Chris Sununu (R-NH) is canceling his own inauguration ceremony, citing increasingly ugly protests against him — including by armed individuals. "Following other protests outside the governor's house, the...
Related topics: Protests

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Roger Stone Says He Will Sue Justice Department, Robert Mueller

President Donald Trump’s longtime confidant Roger Stone said on Thursday that he will sue the Department of Justice, former special counsel Robert Mueller and several other high-profile figures. Per Newsweek, Stone posted the announcement to...
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New York Healthcare Worker Shows Severe Allergic Response After Pfizer Vaccine, Reports Say

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - A healthcare worker in New York has suffered a severe allergic reaction after receiving the Pfizer vaccine against the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19), Newsweek magazine reported citing officials.
Related topics: Allergies, Pfizer, Vaccines

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First Coronavirus Cases Reach Antarctica

Since the beginning of the pandemic, there has been no trace of COVID-19 in Antarctica. Well, this week, the first COVID-19 cases were recorded on the remote continent after 36 people tested positive on a Chilean research base, Newsweek...
Related topics: Antarctica (science)

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Antifa Erects "big, Beautiful Border Wall" Around Latest Seattle 'autonomous Zone'

Antifa Erects "Big, Beautiful Border Wall" Around Latest Seattle 'Autonomous Zone' Tyler Durden Fri, 12/18/2020 - 18:00 The glaring irony was noted by Newsweek, but has gone unnoticed by the activists themselves...
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Newsweek: The Sussexes’ Spotify Deal Could Be Worth $35-75 Million

I am sadly disappointed that there isn’t a massive story in the Daily Mail this morning about how the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s Spotify deal “blindsided the palace” and “royal eyebrows were raised.” You can’t tell me that the...
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Woman Receives Birthday Card With Bible Verse From Her Mother — 2 Years After Her Mother's Death:...

An Ohio woman received a birthday card from her mother this year — except her mother passed away two years ago. What are the details? According to Newsweek, Katrina Jones of Youngstown, Ohio, recently discovered a birthday card in her...
Related topics: Religion

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Russia Is Hacking Our Government's Computers

Solar Winds, Probably Hacked by Russia, Serves White House, Pentagon, NASA, Newsweek "Two unnamed sources told the outlet that the hackers entered U.S. systems through updates released by SolarWinds, a software company based in Austin, Texas that...
Related topics: Hackers, White House, Pentagon, NASA, Computer Security

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Roger Stone Falsely Claims North Korea Helped Biden

Former Trump adviser Roger Stone claimed without evidence that North Korea had interfered in the U.S. presidential election, Newsweek reports. Said Stone: “I just learned of absolute incontrovertible evidence of North Korean boats delivering...
Related topics: North Korea, Joe Biden

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Organized Crime Networks Reportedly Targeting Covid-19 Vaccines. Interpol Warns Of Imminent...

Organized crime networks are reportedly targeting COVID-19 vaccines, according to a global alert from Interpol on Wednesday. What are the details? On Wednesday morning, Newsweek reported that organized crime networks are allegedly trying to get...

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Nba Commissioner, Newsweek In Denial About Social Justice League’s Plummeting Popularity

It’s been nearly two months since the increasingly unpopular NBA stumbled to the end of the 2020 season, but its spineless commissioner and a reliably left-wing sports-writer are still making excuses for America tuning out the social justice-crazy...

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