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New Zealand Gun Owners Begin Voluntarily Surrendering Their Weapons To Authorities In Wake Of...

Many New Zealand gun owners have voluntarily surrendered their semi-automatic rifles to police following Friday's terror attack at two mosques in Christchurch, Newsweek reported. Some have taken to social media to encourage others to follow their...
Related topics: New Zealand, Police, Social Media

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Trump Slams Snl Again, This Time Following A Rerun

Saturday Night Live might be airing reruns until the show returns on March 30, but that didn’t stop President Donald Trump from taking aim at the popular late night show, Newsweek reports. And much like the show itself was a rerun, many of the...
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Newsweek Hot Take: You Know Tucker Carlson Would Be Arrested In The Uk, Right?

The Tucker Carlson controversy has started to die down somewhat (likely because of this) but Newsweek wanted to make sure they got the most nuclear hot take in before it does. The short of it is that Carlson made some objectionable comments on a...
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Jared Kushner ‘will Eventually Be Exposed As An Insatiably Greedy Benedict Arnold’: Harvard Law...

Senior White House advisor Jared Kushner was slammed on Saturday for being “the greatest domestic danger to America.” It started with a Twitter thread by University of New Hampshire professor and Newsweek columnist Seth Abramson....
Related topics: Harvard University, White House, Social Media

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Former Cia Director Reveals What ‘final Act’ Of Mueller Investigation Could Be

In an interview broadcast Thursday, former CIA Director John Brennan revealed what the “final act” of Robert Mueller’s investigation could be, Newsweek reports. Brennan went on MSNBC’s The Last Word to discuss the latest...
Related topics: CIA, MSNBC

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Shake It Off: Mayor Claims She’s The Victim Of A Hate Crime; Authorities Investigate, & Not...

    Darnell Byrd McPherson was aghast. The Lamar, South Carolina mayor had found herself victim of a racist hate crime: Her car had been covered by a “yellow sticky substance.” She recounted the scare to Newsweek: “My...

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Internet Star April The Giraffe Will Give Birth To Her Fifth Baby Soon

April the Giraffe, the internet-famous starlet who stole hearts in 2017, is expecting her fifth baby soon. On Tuesday, Newsweek reported that April, who currently resides at Animal Adventure Park in Harpursville, New York, […] The post...

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Donald Trump Could ‘150 Percent’ Be Indicted While In Office, Suggest Former Prosecutors

Former prosecutors Seema Iyer and Paul Butler said Sunday that President Donald Trump could be indicted while still in office, Newsweek reports. Iyer and Butler went on MSNBC’s AM Joy to discuss Donald Trump’s legal troubles. The former...
Related topics: Donald Trump, MSNBC

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Where Have All The Editors Gone?

Reading a story at the once-venerable Newsweek that was otherwise unremarkable, I noted two instances of the possessive pronounce its misspelled as the contraction it’s. By itself, that’s not the biggest deal in the world. Newsweek has...

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Republicans Propose Plan To Address Student Loan Crisis By Automatically Garnishing Wages To Pay...

A new Republican proposal would aim to address the looming student loan debt crisis by automatically garnishing wages of graduates to pay for the loans — an idea being slammed by education experts. As Newsweek reported, the plan comes from...

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Time’s Up Ceo Lisa Borders Resigns After Son Is Accused Of Sexual Assault

The CEO of Time’s Up, the group that was form in the midst of the #MeToo movement and works to fight sexual harassment in the workplace, has resigned and now, Newsweek reported, the organization has given a statement as to the reason why. On...

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Nick Sandmann’s Attorneys File $250 Million Lawsuit Against ‘washington Post’

Attorneys representing Covington Catholic student Nicholas Sandmann have filed a lawsuit against the Washington Post this week seeking $250 million in damages, Newsweek reported. Lin Wood and Todd McMurty, who are with the Kentucky-based law firm...
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Kurt Eichenwald Threatened The Covington Pro-life Kids, Said They Should Lawyer Up — The Kids...

Former Newsweek editor Kurt Eichenwald has a history of attacking children. In March 2018 Eichenwald attacked pro-2A Parkland high school student Kyle Kashuv on Twitter. Eichenwald tried to backpedal with an apology to Kyle Kashuv then admitted he...
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Trump ‘not Well At All Mentally,’ According To Former Bush Ethics Lawyer

Former White House chief ethics czar Richard Painter has called for President Donald Trump to be removed from office, saying the president is “not well,” according to a story in Newsweek. Richard Painter, who served as the as the head...
Related topics: Donald Trump, White House

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Rest In Peace: Epileptic Woman Gets Eaten Alive By Pet Pigs

Source: Bruno Guerreiro / Getty Rest In Peace: Farmer Eaten By Her Pigs While Husband Slept Elsewhere in the world, a Russia woman is believed to have died after she was devoured by her own pigs. According to a Newsweek report, a 56-year-old farmer...
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Nina Burleigh Is Undeterred After Having Two Pieces Retracted In Less Than A Year

It is time for Newsweek reporter Nina Burleigh to reset her “X Days Since Last Retraction” clock. A U.K. newspaper has removed its January 19 magazine cover story, titled “The mystery of Melania,” and issued a lengthy apology to first lady...
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Newsbusters Time Machine: ‘why Are Obama’s Critics So Dumb?’

Here at the Media Research Center’s NewsBusters, we have hundreds of thousands of hours of liberal media bias in our archives. That includes every issue of Time and Newsweek going back to 1987. Seven years ago this week, Newsweek offered this...
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Media Focus On Trump Era Sports Celebration Boycotts, Ignore Athletes Who Boycotted In Past

The World Series Champion Boston Red Sox are scheduled to visit President Donald Trump at the White House Feb. 15, prompting CNN and Newsweek writers to politicize the event and intimate that the team shouldn't show up. It's a "Big...
Related topics: Donald Trump, Boston Red Sox, White House, CNN

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Moonbats Shriek That Global Warming Is Sinking Ocean Floor

Despite years of bombardment with absurd claims related to the global warming hoax, some still have not been reduced to hysterical panic. Newsweek tries yet again with this shrill all-caps headline: THE OCEAN FLOOR IS SINKING UNDER THE WATER WEIGHT...
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[eugene Volokh] "doctors Saved Man's Life By Pumping 15 Cans Of Beer Into His Body"

Apparently he was suffering from methanol poisoning his liver, and administering ethanol seems to make the methanol less harmful.Or so it appears from the story in Newsweek (Aristos Geogriou), which gives more details. I did not know things worked...
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