'Mad Men' has wrapped up an intense season. See what books appeared on the show, and Sam Jacobs put together a suggested reading list.
Samuel P. Jacobs, former Associate Editor for NewsBeast, Newsweek’s front-of-the-book section, is Campaign Correspondent for Reuters. He has written about politics for Newsweek and The Daily Beast. His writing has also appeared in The Boston Globe, The New York Observer, and The New Republic Online.
The Harvard professor says she created the ‘intellectual foundation’ for the Occupy Wall Street, and recently visited Boston’s protesters. She tells Samuel P. Jacobs about how she is taking that fight to the U.S. Senate.
The Harvard professor who has spooked the right talks to Samuel P. Jacobs about her past life as a Republican.
How Rick Perry’s love for merit badges started a beef with Mitt Romney and sparked the governor’s presidential campaign.
To shield her husband from a pie-throwing attacker, Rupert Murdoch’s wife jumped into the fray.
Samuel P. Jacobs talks to the GOP's Ken Mehlman about how he helped buttonhole and raise bucks for victory.
The Minnesota Republican is weighing a run for the White House. Among her closest advisers: her 28-year-old son, whose political hero is, well, decidedly un-Bachmann-like.
Obama’s former economic adviser is once again teaching at Harvard, where he had a tumultuous run as university president. In this week’s Newsweek, Samuel P. Jacobs talks to Summers about Romney, The Social Network, and tennis with Geithner.
The superstar GOP senator reveals he suffered sexual abuse in his new memoir. Samuel P. Jacobs on his new book and the beginning of Brown's re-election campaign.