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Obama election shook old assumptions, wasn’t the end of racial barriers in America

  Melissa Harris-Perry discusses the American black man as he is portrayed in media, and the fight to create change. Author Bryonn Bain, Professor Jelani Cobb, Kai Wright from Colorlines.com, and former spiritual leader to Barack Obama, Joshua DuBois discuss the stark realities facing African American

Cyber warfare threat grows

  Newsweek’s Michael Moynihan talks about the increasing concern about some serious security breaches by Chinese hackers into American economic and military interests.

Wall Street billionaire: Babies kill women’s focus

Trader Paul Tudor Jones touched off a firestorm after The Washington Post obtained a video where he says you will never see as many great women investors or traders as men because they have babies, which are distracting. Full story

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  Dickey: No terror tips should go unchecked

Paris Bureau Chief and Middle East Editor for Newsweek and The Daily Beast, Christopher Dickey, talks to MSNBC’s Alex Witt about the factors that can push individuals to terrorism.

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A look back at some of the most memorable Newsweek covers from the past 80 years. The weekly magazine is going completely digital, and will no longer produce printed issues in 2013.