Newsweek is a long-standing traditional news magazine that aims to provide readers the most up to date news and information on pressing issues related to not only our nation but the world as well. Now offered solely as a digital subscription, you can read Newsweek everywhere you go. First printed in 1933, Newsweek is one of the most widely distributed newsweeklies in the country, with many notable editors-in-chief throughout the years. Today it has over 100,000 readers.
Regular Newsweek topics include business, government, politics, entertainment, science, health, money, culture and more. Newsweek is keen on filling major story gaps and connecting multiple elements of a story in today’s fast-paced news world.
US and World News
Newsweek covers national and international news and politics, with varying insights, perspectives and opinions from the world’s top minds. Current Events are also a major part of each issue and you will even find a variety of op-ed pieces on these subjects. Newsweek has a wide variety of esteemed editors and writers so you can be assured you are reading the most accurate and up to date information.
At the forefront of business news is Newsweek. Providing the most up to date information on the major business happenings in the world; from stocks and bonds to major changes in big corporations, the state of employment and more. The great thing about 51 annual issues is that you will constantly stay up to date, even in the fast-paced political environment, on the biggest news and trends in business.
Tech & Science
On top of national and international news, Newsweek covers a range of topics related to technology and science. Included in each issue, you’ll see top coverage on new advancements in science, popular tech products, technology trends and more. Even the most knowledgeable tech people will find the science and technology articles in Newsweek exciting and engaging.
Like all good news publications, Newsweek contains the most up to date information on society and culture. You will see many aspects of modern society covered in the Culture section; from news, art, fashion and style to entertainment, movies, music, shows, theater and more. Every issue of Newsweek contains cultural news and articles for a variety of different interests.
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