As the Clinton Foundation draws scrutiny on multiple fronts, Clinton avoided the obvious. But she took her signature issue, women’s participation, and turned it into a notably all-encompassing, political speech — touching on everything from Loretta Lynch to transgender discrimination.
A week after the news broke that she’d be leaving her position of 15 years, Pascal sat down with Tina Brown on Wednesday, addressing the hack and its consequences for the first time publicly.
Officials have launched a criminal probe into Nick Gordon after some of Brown’s injuries raised questions.
Clinton will speak with Christine Lagarde, the head of the International Monetary Fund, next month in New York.
“I’m so glad I’m not the editor,” said Tina Brown, Newsweek’s former editor. Leah McGrath Goodman, the Satoshi author, responds: “I find her comments not to be very friendly to Newsweek.”
IBT’s plans to revive the title aren’t clear.The company has ties to controversial religious leader David Jang’s Olivet University.
The former secretary of state vowed Friday to continue her campaign for women’s rights “in all the days and years ahead.”
Sullivan talks about his decision to leave The Daily Beast and strike out on his own — breaking six figures on his first day. “I should have been dead 10 years ago, so I figured, what the hell.”
How the magazine spent its final years in print.
The magazine cover is dead. Next: homepages?
As far as mini Twitter spats between famous atheists and controversial magazine editors go, this one is pretty excellent.
The trololol is strong in this one. In what I can only assume is a deliberate attempt to anger the entire GOP, Newsweek’s just-released cover for its upcoming issue teases an Andrew Sullivan piece by asking why President Obama’s critics are “so dumb.” Will Republicans take the bait? Only (a very short amount of) time will tell! Also: Yes. (via SoupSoup)
Tina Brown’s news aggregator site promises to add an editorial edge that Drudge Report and Huffington Post both lack.