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Will Robert Mueller Separate Fact From Fiction?

TIME - 22 Jun 2017
Three times, Trump heard assurances from former FBI director James Comey that the Russia investigation wasn't aimed at him. Instead of putting his shovel down, though, Trump worked it furiously. According to Comey's sworn testimony, Trump pushed the ...
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MAD magazine appoints new editor, plans move to Burbank

Los Angeles Times - 26 Jun 2017
I've been asked if I will continue to include artist Al Jaffee in the magazine; as soon as I find out who he is, I'll let everyone know,". Morrison, who was a Disney illustrator for a time, co-created Bongo Comics with Matt Groening of "The Simpsons ...
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This Hijab-Wearing Model Just Landed a Glossy Magazine Cover

TIME - 20 Jun 2017
Model Halima Aden is not your average 19-year-old runway regular. The Kenyan-born Somali-American teen is also Allure's July cover girl, marking a major moment in the history of that publication and the depictions of women of Muslim backgrounds in ...
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The National Enquirer's Fervor for Trump

The New Yorker - 26 Jun 2017
In the past decade, he has devised a proprietary database of the covers of all celebrity magazines, including those of his competitors. The “cover explorer,” as it's known internally, tells A.M.I. executives how each cover sold in comparison with the ...
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T r u m p ' s L i e s

New York Times - 23 Jun 2017
21 “A reporter for Time magazine — and I have been on their cover 14 or 15 times. I think we have the all-time record in the history of Time magazine.” (Trump was on the cover 11 times and Nixon appeared 55 times.)Jan. 23 “Between 3 million and 5 ...
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Time Magazine Takes On Uber With Brutal, One-Star Cover

SFist - 16 Jun 2017
As a weekly news magazine, it's been Time's job since 1923 to gather the disparate bits of news on a topic into a solid package for mass consumption (one might in fact argue that mags like Time were the original blogs, just printed out onto paper).
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Family First: The Trials of Jared Kushner

TIME - 01 Jun 2017
There is no indication that Kushner is a target of the Russia probe, officials say, and he has not publicly commented on either meeting, though his attorneys say he is happy to speak with investigators at an appropriate time. The bar to prove that ...
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See the Animated Cover: Time Shows Uber as a Flaming Pile-Up

AdAge.com - 15 Jun 2017
Note that one of the newspapers above (the Murdoch-controlled one) makes no mention on its cover of yesterday's other dramatic political story: the news that President Trump is being investigated by special counsel Robert Mueller for obstruction of ...
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'Good Son' Jared Kushner Makes Cover Of Time Magazine

Forward - 01 Jun 2017
It could be a sign his status is being recognized on the national stage, or an indication that he is in deep trouble. Either way, Jared Kushner, the most famous son-in-law in America, made it to the cover of this week's Time magazine. “The Good Son ...
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The Long, Lonely Road of Chelsea Manning

New York Times - 12 Jun 2017
For almost a decade after that, barred by prison officials from communicating directly with the public, she remained silent as her story was told in books, an opera, an Off Broadway play and countless magazine articles, almost all of them written ...
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Why the Beatles' “Sgt. Pepper” Hasn't Shown Signs of Aging

The New Yorker - 26 Jun 2017
Rorem had already told Time magazine that “She's Leaving Home,” the mock-Victorian parlor ballad on the first side of “Sgt. Pepper,” was “equal to any song that Schubert ever wrote.” Portentously titled “The Messengers,” Time's cover story went on to ...
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Is This NYMag Cover Story Prescient or Wishful Thinking?

AdAge.com - 26 Jun 2017
The big story on NYmag.com's homepage this morning is headlined "Trump, Nixon, and How a Presidency Ends." It teases the magazine's print cover story, by Frank Rich, that runs under the headline "Just Wait" (subhead: "Watergate didn't become Watergate ...

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