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Charles in Charge

With Queen Camilla by his side, the new king faces challenges in his realm-and his family

6 mins read
Newsweek US
September 23, 2022

America is Hooked on Antidepressants

Popular medications work no better than placebo for millions of Americans and can come with severe withdrawal symptoms. Why do doctors prescribe them to 43 million Americans?

10+ mins read
Newsweek US
September 30, 2022

MEXICO: GLOBAL HUB FOR INNOVATION & TECHNOLOGY

Mexico is experiencing a strong post-pandemic rebound bouncing back after a sharp contraction in 2020; the economy grew by 4.8% in 2021.

6 mins read
Newsweek US
September 30, 2022

Diego Luna

PARTING SHOT

2 mins read
Newsweek US
September 30, 2022

The Second Lives of Shipping Containers

Shipping containers, currently in the midst of a major shortage, have a lifespan of 10 to 15 years when used to transport freight across oceans.

2 mins read
Newsweek US
September 30, 2022

THE WORLD'S MOST SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE BANKS 2023

Institutions that take their obligations to people and the environment seriously

5 mins read
Newsweek US
September 30, 2022

How Trump's Social Media Platform Promotes QAnon

Through reposts and other methods, Truth Social has become an active booster of the extremist movement

8 mins read
Newsweek US
September 30, 2022

A Powerful Ally

Nevada's influential Culinary Union is fighting to keep the Silver State blue

10 mins read
Newsweek US
September 30, 2022

Itzhak Perlman – 'Absolutely Ridiculous'

Violin virtuoso Itzhak Perlman lost the use of his legs as a young child. Now he's angry about the resurgence of the disease and that some people aren't getting vaccinated

5 mins read
Newsweek US
September 16, 2022

'The Rock on Which Modern Britain Was Built'

In her seven-decade dedication to a life of service to her subjects, Elizabeth II won their hearts as well as their respect

4 mins read
Newsweek US
September 23, 2022

Sheikh Hasina – "Innovation and Entrepreneurship are at the Heart of my Development Vision"

Sheikh Hasina and her nation have defied the odds. Under her strong leadership, Bangladesh solidified itself as a stable democracy while drastically improving its citizens' quality of life. She's also claiming Bangladesh a seat at the global table, speaking out for justice and the urgent need to deal with climate change.

4 mins read
Newsweek US
September 23, 2022

Emily Deschanel

PARTING SHOT

2 mins read
Newsweek US
September 23, 2022

Corporate Pride

Walton is an electronics juggernaut that's setting a new standard for manufacturing. It's already revolutionized consumption in Bangladesh, and now it's going global.

1 min read
Newsweek US
September 23, 2022

Steady Returns from Steady Growth

Amid global turmoil, Bangladesh's capital markets have been marked by stability and optimism.

2 mins read
Newsweek US
September 23, 2022

Brian Michael Jenkins

QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS

4 mins read
Newsweek US
September 23, 2022

Society's Long COVID

Uncertainty may be the most sure thing post-pandemic, if history is any guide

7 mins read
Newsweek US
September 23, 2022

Across the Multiverse

The Rick and Morty team on the show's new season, loss, karmic debt and ripping shirts off

6 mins read
Newsweek US
September 09, 2022

Rachel Bloom

REBOOTS HAVE BECOME SO POPULAR THAT IT WAS ONLY A MATTER OF TIME before there needed to be a show about a reboot poking fun at the very idea of a reboot.

2 mins read
Newsweek US
September 16, 2022

Lessons from the Great Rethink

'People don't stay where they don't feel valued' and other key takeaways from the workplace shifts of the past few years

4 mins read
Newsweek US
September 16, 2022

The End of an Era?

Companies are pushing for a post-pandemic return to the office. But it may not be possible to put the remote-work genie back in the bottle

5 mins read
Newsweek US
September 16, 2022

THE BATTLE OVER BIG DATA

CHINA IS AGGRESSIVELY TRYING TO CONTROL MUCH OF THE WORLD'S DATA. HOW PRESIDENT BIDEN RESPONDS WILL HAVE BROAD IMPLICATIONS FOR THE ECONOMY AND PRIVACY

10+ mins read
Newsweek US
September 16, 2022

Putting Boredom to Work

Becoming bored is something that happens to every human. But you can learn to manage it

4 mins read
Newsweek US
September 16, 2022

The Risks of Arming Ukraine

As the U.S. spends billions on military aid, watchdogs warn of waste, corruption, and abuse and call for more oversight

9 mins read
Newsweek US
September 16, 2022

America's Best Physical Rehabilitation Centers 2022

Our annual ranking of facilities to help you get back on your feet

5 mins read
Newsweek US
September 02, 2022

Quirkiest College Campuses

"Architecture should speak of its time and place, but yearn for timelessness," architect and designer Frank Gehry said. It's no wonder then that some of the most innovative designs are implemented on college campuses, where students learn from the past and grow from new perspectives. As students from all over reconvene for the school year, these campuses offer different points of view, not only through their curricula, but through their unconventional building styles. From a student center shaped like dim sum steamer baskets in Singapore, to a 36-story skyscraper in Russia, to a shipping center imitation in the Netherlands, here are college buildings around the world that present different angles.

3 mins read
Newsweek US
September 09, 2022

Cynthia Addai-Robinson

PARTING SHOT

2 mins read
Newsweek US
September 09, 2022

REVENGE OF THE PATHOGENS

THE WORLD SEEMS TO BE ENTERING A NEW, DEADLY ERA OF HEALTH THREATS FROM INFECTIOUS DISEASESOLD ONES WE THOUGHT WE'D WIPED OUT, AND NEW ONES ON THE RISE

10+ mins read
Newsweek US
September 09, 2022

Could Donald Trump Find an Impartial Jury?

It would be the 'ultimate trust test' of America's judicial system. Trial experts share their advice

6 mins read
Newsweek US
September 09, 2022

Beijing's Big Bet

China's pursuit of israeli technology is key to its plan to expand its global economic and military power. The U.S. is not happy

10+ mins read
Newsweek US
August 19, 2022

Sound and Style

Art rock pioneers Roxy Music are embarking on a tour to mark the band's 50th anniversary

6 mins read
Newsweek US
September 02, 2022

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