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# Newsweek
US magazine hackers warn Obamas of 'Bloody Valentine's Day'
The group, Cyber Caliphate, claim to be connected to Islamic State.
# Back To The Future
We didn't think much of the internet in 1995
This Newsweek article from February of ’95 is, well, damning.
# Newsweek
Final Newsweek print edition cover unveiled
In a nod to its digital-only future, it even has a Twitter hashtag on the cover.
# Media
Newsweek to scrap print edition and go digital
The 79-year-old current affairs magazine will publish its last print edition on 31 December before moving completely online.
# Muslim rage
'Muslim rage' cover of Newsweek turns into #MuslimRage Twitter jokefest
Here are some of our favourite tweets…
DSK maid goes public with her story
Nafissatou Diallo claims that former IMF chief Dominique Strauss Kahn forced her to perform oral sex and ripped off her tights when she came to clean his hotel room.
# Diana at 50
Twitter erupts over 'Diana at 50' cover featuring Kate Middleton
Controversial cover depicts the late Lady Diana Spencer walking alongside daughter-in-law Kate, while Newsweek’s Facebook mock-up suggests her favourite films would include The King’s Speech.
# review2010
2010 in review: August
Authorities approve a mosque near Ground Zero, a Chilean mine collapses, and a Coventry woman puts a cat in a wheelie bin.
# In the Swing
Guess who's back? More open Tiger Woods takes to Twitter in a new charm offensive
Woods opens up about THAT car crash and reveals that he wears short trousers when on the phone to reporters. Seriously.
# rant
Newsweek staffer's internet revolt against Daily Beast merger
As gets its marching orders, disgruntled employee launches online rant.
# Media
Deal finally agreed between Newsweek and the Daily Beast
Two-year-old website agrees new deal with 77-year-old print publication.
# Optimism
"Well, that's my Newsweek subscription cancelled"
Magazine’s nod to Brian Cowen as one of the most respected world leaders is generating a huge amount of negative interest.
# Optimism
Top of the class for Cowen
And the country isn’t doing too bad either – according to Newsweek.
# Newsweek
Newsweek bought by stereo tycoon
91-year-old Sidney Harman takes on the faltering icon of American journalism as an apparent labour of love.