Andrew Beaujon

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The Obama Administration has cracked down on leakers of classified information, and on reporters who refuse to reveal their sources.

Does Government Secrecy Really Keep Americans Safer?

The Obama Administration has cracked down on leakers of classified information, and on reporters who refuse to reveal their sources.

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Two years ago, the Washington Post company sold Newsweek magazine for one dollar.  The buyer, Sidney Harman, died the following year.

After 80 Years of Print, Newsweek Going All-Digital

Two years ago, the Washington Post company sold Newsweek magazine for one dollar.  The buyer, Sidney Harman, died the following year.

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