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GLOBAL EDITOR-IN-CHIEF _ Nancy CooperCREATIVE DIRECTOR _ Michael GoeseleEDITORIAL DIRECTOR _ Hank GilmanDEPUTY EDITOR (EUROPE + OPINION) _ Laura DavisMANAGING EDITOR _ Melissa JewsburySPECIAL PROJECTS EDITOR _ Fred GuterlEDITORIALManaging Editor, U.S. Operations _ David MageeNew York Bureau Chief _ Jason Le MiereLondon Bureau Chief _ Robert GalsterManaging Editor, Trending News _ Maria VultaggioManaging Editor, Newsweek NEXT _ Juliana PignataroSenior Editors _ Mo Mozuch, Peter Carbonara, Meredith Wolf Schizer, Karin RobertsDeputy Editors _ Jen Glennon (Trending), Tara Chan (Politics)Associate Editors _ James Etherington-Smith, Hannah Osborne (Science), Dom Passantino, Harriet Sinclair (Politics)London Sub-Editor _ Hannah PartosCopy Chief _ Elizabeth Rhodes ErnstSenior Copy Editors _ Bruce Janicke, Joe WesterfieldCopy Editors _ Marlaine Glicksman, Karin Halperin, Catherine LoweContributing Editor, Opinion _ Lee HabeebEditorial Assistant _ Jason PollackCREATIVEDirector of Photography _ Diane RiceContributing Art Director…

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the road ahead

(VONKARA1/GETTY)We are partnering with Georgia Tech to celebrate the people and cities propelling the world toward an environmentally sustainable, socially equitable and economically viable future.DRONES, DRIVERLESS CARS, PILOTLESS PLANES AND TRAINS. AN AUTOMATION revolution is about to sweep transportation—one that will transform societies around the world, the global economy and the environment. This disruption has already begun. And while there’s no debate the change will be dramatic, it is not clear how this revolution will reshape the world.Will there be better jobs for people or simply fewer jobs? Will cities be hollowed out or become more livable than the suburbs? Will automated transportation increase congestion and pollution? Or will new fuels, regulations and energy storage technologies reduce the carbon footprint of transportation? Will social, racial and economic disparities created by…

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the archives

1970“We are definitely in a recession or a depression,” the owner of a Los Angeles TV sales and repair shop told Newsweek. “Whatever it is, it’s here.” In the wake of years of heavy spending on social programs at home and the war in Vietnam abroad, U.S. stock prices were down, interest rates were up, and a growing number of Americans were out of work. Newsweek profiled several people struggling to adjust. “I guess I don’t want a depression,” one college student said. “I wouldn’t have time to be active against the war if I had to worry about eating.”(ED GALLUCCI)1986As Wall Street dealmakers prospered while focusing on “financial asset shuffling,” Newsweek asked, “Is America dealing itself into another decline?” Perhaps even more troubling was another trend: “Where fortunes can…

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flag football

An Ajax Amsterdam fan is enveloped in his team soccer’s flags in Johan Cruyff Arena on May 8. The Dutch team’s unlikely ascent to the UEFA Champions League semifinals ended with an injury-time loss to Tottenham Hotspur. Such underdog stories may become a thing of the past in the annual tournament, however, as Union of European Football Associations officials are reportedly considering limiting participation mainly to elite clubs.…

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royal treatment

Thailand’s King Maha Vajiralongkorn is transported atop a golden palanquin during his coronation procession in Bangkok on May 5. The $31 million, three-day celebration came nearly three years after Vajiralongkorn ascended to the throne, following the death of his father, and at a time of political instability in country, which is still deliberating the results of March’s national election.…

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after the storm

A woman sits with her child next to storm-ravaged buildings on May 4 after Cyclone Fani swept through the eastern state of Odisha. The cyclone killed at least 34 people in India and 15 in Bangladesh. Reports credited the vastly improved disaster readiness efforts of the countries, which evacuated millions of people from the powerful storm’s path, with preventing a much larger death toll.…