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Newsweek • HELPING YOU NAVIGATE A RAPIDLY CHANGING WORLD
Blue Day • Thousands of police officers and mourners gather for the funeral of New York Police Department officer Wilbert Mora, held February 2 at St. Patrick’s Cathedral. Mora, 27, and his partner, Jason Rivera, 22, were both mortally wounded on January 21 while responding to a domestic violence call in Harlem. The pair’s deaths come during more than a year of rising gun violence in the city.
Deal or No Deal? • Buy now, pay later plans are soaring in popularity. But convenience and affordability may come at a high price
It’s Time for Helsinki 2.0 • The Ukraine crisis is an opportunity to reshape U.S.-Russia diplomacy stuck in Cold War roots
The Last One • Having attended every Super Bowl since the beginning, sports writer Jerry Green, 93, has seen heroics, disasters, blow-outs and nail biters. But he still hasn’t seen a single half-time show
Jerry’s Picks • HIGHLIGHTS AND LOWLIGHTS FROM 55 YEARS IN THE PRESS BOX AT THE BIG GAME
‘We Change or We Die’ • THE GOP’S BET ON BLACK CONSERVATIVES IS PAYING OFF
THE CLASS OF 2022 • Consumers are seeing a big wave of new consumer products. Now Newsweek and BrandSpark® team up to name the best
Chasing the Waves • For photographer and conservation advocate Chris Burkard, traveling the world is not just about catching the perfect break, it is about capturing the perfect photograph. As a surf photographer, he has immortalized some of the most challenging waves and locales on Earth. Burkard shares his global adventures since 2005 in his new book, Wayward. From the deserts of Oman to the eerie waves beneath the Northern Lights of Iceland, here’s a selection of some of Burkard’s favorite shots and his stories behind the images—where they were taken and how they came to be, in his own words.
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