- Newsweek to start printing again next year Updated: Dec-04-13 4:40 pm
- The 2014 Boxing Hall of Fame class Updated: Dec-04-13 1:52 pm
- Indian editor arrested in sexual assault case Updated: Nov-30-13 11:10 am
- Honda's Accord line wins 'green car' of year award Updated: Nov-21-13 5:25 pm
- Indian magazine: Top editor leaves after complaint Updated: Nov-21-13 9:56 am
- Smithsonian magazine awards 2nd 'Ingenuity Awards' Updated: Nov-19-13 2:20 pm
- London exhibit features fashionista Isabella Blow Updated: Nov-19-13 12:33 pm
- Forbes Media puts itself up for sale Updated: Nov-17-13 3:31 pm
- European, US media face new tests with NSA spying Updated: Nov-16-13 5:18 am
NEW YORK - Paper copies of Newsweek will again roll off the presses starting next year.
CANASTOTA, New York - A look at the 12 people to be inducted June 8 into the International Boxing Hall of Fame and Museum:
PANAJI, India - The editor of an Indian magazine known for exposing abuses of power was arrested Saturday in a sexual assault case that has fueled fresh outrage over the treatment of women in the country, police said.
LOS ANGELES - Honda's line of Accords won the 2014 "Green Car of the Year" award from an auto industry magazine Thursday at the Los Angeles Auto Show.
NEW DELHI - A prominent Indian magazine said Thursday its top editor has apologized and left his job temporarily after being accused of sexually assaulting a colleague in the western tourist resort of Goa.
WASHINGTON - Singer St. Vincent and multimedia artist Doug Aitken are being honored with American Ingenuity Awards at the Smithsonian, along with eight others.
LONDON - She wore everything from a crystal-studded lobster to a tall ship made of feathers on her head, and chose a purple medieval robe for her wedding dress. Long before Lady Gaga rose to fame, British fashion editor and stylist Isabella Blow made theatrical clothes and outlandish headgear her personal trademark.
NEW YORK - The president and CEO of Forbes Media says the family owned magazine publisher has put itself up for sale.
MADRID - The spying revelations by former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden have made it a high-pressure, high-stakes time to be a top media executive.