Tea party leader Dick Armey gets first-class treatment

By Rachael Marcus

Chief of nonprofit backing populist tea party movement enjoys big salary, other perks.

Excerpts from this story referencing "Newsweek":

"… ibbe said. “We set it up clearly to adhere to what the law stipulates.”Newsweek's Daniel Stone contributed to this report. A previous article about Freedo …"

"… rt. A previous article about FreedomWorks was produced in partnership with Newsweek.   …"

Donors to conservative super PAC masked by nonprofit

By Daniel Stone, Michael Beckel and Rachael Marcus

FreedomWorks, a conservative super PAC, received half its funds from nonprofit sister group

Excerpts from this story referencing "Newsweek":

"… es, enjoy a comfortable tax status.  This story was co-published with Newsweek. Daniel Stone is the magazine's White House correspondent. …"

Haitian farmers undermined by food aid

By Jacob Kushner

After the quake, Haitian grain farmers watched as the U.S. government sent tons of food aid to the island

Excerpts from this story referencing "Newsweek":

"… Republic. He has written for such media as the Associated Press, Newsweek, Global Post, the Florida Center for Investigative Reporting and the …"

Dodd-Frank author is proudest of "skin in the game" requirement for mortgage securitizers

By Shirley Gao

Rep. Barney Frank defends Dodd-Frank law as first anniversary nears

Excerpts from this story referencing "Newsweek":

"… million on lobbying in 2011, well above the $7.5 million it spent in 2010, Newsweek reports.  The influential American Bankers Associated is expected to …"

The military children left behind: Decrepit schools, broken promises

By Kristen Lombardi

While parents sacrifice, children endure deterioration and disrepair

Excerpts from this story referencing "Newsweek":

"… h Adler also contributed to this story. A version of this story appears in Newsweek magazine. …"

Donald Trump's lawsuits could turn off conservatives who embrace tort reform

By Peter H. Stone

Trump and his companies have sued, and been sued, hundreds of times

Excerpts from this story referencing "Newsweek":

"… hey’re very good for me” as a tool for trimming debt, he recently told Newsweek.Some legal experts argue that Trump’s extensive use of bankruptcy courts …"

Back to school for the billionaires

By Rita Beamish

Business titans find reforming schools much harder than just writing checks

Excerpts from this story referencing "Newsweek":

"… Watch News Managing Editor David Donald and Reporter Laura M. Colarusso of Newsweek contributed to this story.   …"

George H.W. Bush — Revisited

By John Solomon

He’s 86 now, his eyebrows silver and his legs weakened by Parkinson’s-like symptoms. But as George Herbert Walker Bush approaches his twilig

Excerpts from this story referencing "Newsweek":

"… trayal of himself as a passive bystander in the Iran-Contra scandal or the Newsweek cover questioning whether the president-to-be was a “wimp.” Faded too …"

The Center and Newsweek / The Daily Beast announce content deal

The Center for Public Integrity has entered into an exclusive content agreement with Newsweek and The Daily Beast

Excerpts from this story referencing "Newsweek":

"… ization, has entered into an agreement providing exclusive content to Newsweek and The Daily Beast.Newsweek’s February 7th issue, on sal …"

"… providing exclusive content to Newsweek and The Daily Beast.Newsweek’s February 7th issue, on sale today, includes a feature on the  …"

"… digital mammograms.“Tina Brown and her team are putting the news back inNewsweek,” said John Solomon, executive editor of the Center.  “We are exc …"

"… ative reporting to the effort.”Added Tina Brown, editor in chief of Newsweek and The Daily Beast, “We have great admiration for John and hi …"

The climate lobbyists

By Matthew Lewis

A sampling of power players

Excerpts from this story referencing "Newsweek":

"… John Podesta, who headed President Obama’s transition, he was dubbed by Newsweek as “The Lobbyist” in a profile of the Washington power elite. Podesta …"

Bundlers to the White House: Craig, Jarrett first in line

By Sarah Laskow

We already know that Obama’s transition staff is stacked with campaign donors and fundraisers. And despite the vaunted small-donor base deve

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"… for the Hope Fund, Obama’s political-action committee, according to Newsweek. The Center will be keeping an eye on Obama campaign bundlers as we find …"

Sinclair flap proves exception to the rule

By Robert Morlino

Broadcasters split the ticket when it comes to contributions

Excerpts from this story referencing "Newsweek":

"… istration has stood for many things we believe in, deregulation and so on."Newsweek reported that Redstone's remarks were viewed by many as a breach of an und …"

"… to comment on Redstone's endorsement of Bush, a News Corp. spokesman told Newsweek, "We run these businesses not to promote an ideology or political agenda, …"

The Republican convention: The party begins in New York City, paid for by special interests

By Meredith O'Brien

WASHINGTON, August 20, 2004 — President Bush will accept his party's nomination in New York City at the Republican National Convention, an e

Excerpts from this story referencing "Newsweek":

"… rveys conducted by various media organizations showed everything from what Newsweek called a “baby bounce” in his lead over Bush (up four points, the smal …"

The politics of energy: Coal

By Bill Dawson

WASHINGTON, December 3, 2003 — At the first meeting of President George W. Bush's cabinet in 2001, then-Treasury Secretary Paul O'Neill dist

Excerpts from this story referencing "Newsweek":

"… administration to turn around on the issue, The Washington Times reported.Newsweek described “two weeks of ferocious lobbying by energy interests”—main …"

"… Kuhn, head of the Edison Electric Institute, the main utility lobby group. Newsweek said he had personally called senior White House aides to argue that the C …"

Issue divides Bush advisers

By M. Asif Ismail

WASHINGTON, August 30, 2001 — Within the Bush administration, two senior aides, chief strategist Karl Rove and Health and Human Services Sec

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"… ls, saying it amounts to destroying lives. However, in a poll conducted by Newsweek magazine and published in its July 9 issue, 57 percent of abortion opponen …"

Commentary: Judiciary should let sunshine in to reduce public skepticism

By Charles Lewis

WASHINGTON, June 8, 2001 — More than any time in recent memory, the American people have reasonable doubts about the integrity of the judici

Excerpts from this story referencing "Newsweek":

"… arty in McLean, Va., and received the warm thanks of Republican revelers.A Newsweek poll shortly after the decision found that 65 percent of Americans believe …"

Starr Struck: Part one

By Florence George Graves

BOSTON, April 1, 1998 — The Kenneth Starr assailed by the Clinton administration as an agent of a vast right-wing conspiracy is the same Ken

Excerpts from this story referencing "Newsweek":

"… f NBC, CNN, The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Washington Times, Newsweek, U.S. News & World Report and Gannett say they have not received a sub …"