In memory of the Newsweek legend

Thomas Hayden marks the once-popular newsmagazine's demise with a look back at its science reporting, which he says looms larger in memory than it did in life: "Newsweek, along with Time and US News & World Report, used to be nearly ubiquitous. They had impact that’s hard to imagine with today’s fractured and distracted audiences — and yes, I realize I’m sounding really old right now. But they also kept a lot of voices and stories out of the conversation."