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Newsweek to Go All Digital in 2013. Print Edition Ends Dec. 31
Newsweek will go all digital in 2013. (October 22, 2012)

Newsweek Calls President Obama The First Gay President
Newsweek has decided to declare President Obama as "The First Gay President," following his decision to support gay marriage earlier this week. (May 13, 2012)

Washington Post Co. to Sell Newsweek
The Washington Post Co. (May 5, 2010)

Newsweek to American Public: You Can't Handle the Truth
In a striking display of cynicism, condescension or something else entirely Newsweek decided that the American people can't handle the truth about Afghanistan: that the Taliban is taking over again. (September 28, 2006)

Newsweek Launches Tip Magazine
Tip magazine, a spinoff of Newsweek's popular The Tip Sheet section hit newsstands across the country on Monday, November 15. (November 19, 2004)

Newsweek Announces New Asia Editor and Domestic Staff Changes
Hong Kong Bureau Chief Dorinda Elliott was named Newsweek International'S new Asia editor, Newsweek Editor Mark Whitaker and Newsweek International Editor Michael Elliott announced today. (June 28, 1999)

Anna Quindlen to Join Newsweek as a Contributing Editor and Columnist
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and best-selling novelist Anna Quindlen will be joining Newsweek as a contributing editor and columnist in October, Newsweek Chairman and Editor-in-Chief Richard M. (June 16, 1999)

Eben Shapiro Joins Newsweek as Business Editor
Eben Shapiro has been named senior editor of Newsweek's Business section, effective July 6, Editor Mark Whitaker announced. (May 21, 1999)

Pulitzer Prize-winning Journalist Susan Faludi To Join Newsweek
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and best-selling author Susan Faludi will be joining Newsweek as a Contributing Editor. (April 26, 1999)

Newsweek.com Website Launches
Newsweek. (October 5, 1998)

Newsweek Interactive's Operations Join with Washington Post Co.'s New-Media Subsidiary
The Washington Post Company's new-media subsidiary Wednesday announced that it has taken responsibility for the operations of Newsweek Interactive, which publishes Newsweek Interactive on America Online (AOL). (June 4, 1998)