- Newsmaker: Violence and Mourning in Wake of Israeli Missile Attack - One of the largest mass, Palestinian funerals in the latest ten months of violence took place today in Nablus, with crowd unofficially estimated at 20,000 to 100,000. Newsweek special correspondent Dan Ephron offers a perspective on the mourning and adamant resolve in the wake of the West Bank missile attack.
- Reporter's Notebook: MTV's Indelible Imprint on the World - It's a pipeline to young people all over the world, and the cradle of sound-bite culture. Love it or hate it, there's no denying that twenty years of MTV have indelibly changed popular culture. Anthony Decurtis, of Rolling Stone, has more on how MTV has altered the way people think about music, news and politics.
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