Former Secretary of Labor Robert Reich wrote in a new column that Donald Trump’s presidency should be “annulled” if evidence emerges that he “rigged” the 2016 election.
Newsweek is a very bad news site. This has sadly been the case for a while now, driven primarily by the dire financial straits and legal problems of its parent company. But just from randomly browsing on Twitter, I’ve come across three stories with major errors in just the past few days and I feel …
Newsweek reported Sunday on a potential move by Austin, Texas, to distance itself from its namesake Stephen F. Austin, erroneously referring to him as a “former Confederate leader.”
A pair of liberal clickbait sites retracted or made significant revisions to stories that initially claimed racist bots were the real reason Al Franken resigned from the Senate.
Newsweek has fired several top editors and reporters in the midst of legal problems and widespread turmoil in the newsroom, according to staffers familiar with the decision.
The Newsweek Media Group admitted Thursday that it purchased web traffic to several of its sites, a move that critics say was intended to trick a government agency into buying ads.
Newsweek announced Tuesday that the magazine is considering ending its licensing agreement with its Pakistani affiliate after a controversial tweet about child sex from the publication’s editor.
A Newsweek story published Thursday insisted, again, that there was still a chance that 2016 Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton could be installed as president.
A Newsweek article accused Ivanka Trump of “plagiarizing” herself in a series of pro-woman speeches delivered in trips abroad.
The New York Times and Newsweek on Monday ran opinion pieces arguing that recently deceased murderer Charles Manson was similar to both the far right and President Donald Trump.