Time Magazine is a major source of news, with its cover story on Kanye West and his feud with Kim Kardashian.
But the magazine also has a number of other stories that have gone unnoticed or overlooked by the public.
Take, for example, the infamous story that the cover of Newsweek was edited to include an image of Kanye West.
In a statement to Newsweek, Time magazine said the decision to include the image was made by a magazine editor, not the magazine.
In its statement, Time said it “does not condone or support any political views.”
Newsweek also says that it will not publish a story that is “anti-Semitic or anti-Israel.”
Time’s cover story has come under fire for its omission of stories that support Israel and condemn anti-Semitism.
Newsweek has apologized for the cover and has published a statement on its website, saying it “has since been corrected and that this is not the case.”
Newsweek, which has a circulation of about 2 million, says it “takes great pride in being a global leader in news and culture.”
The magazine has also faced criticism from Israel’s government, which called Newsweek’s cover a “despicable betrayal” of the “freedom and human dignity of our people.”
In the past, Newsweek has come to the defense of controversial Israeli journalist Gideon Levy.
A year ago, Newsweek published a story in which Levy, who is Jewish, said that he was forced to wear a skullcap during a trip to the West Bank because it violated Israeli laws.
The article came after a report by Israel’s Knesset Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee that said Levy had been threatened with arrest for speaking out against the “war on terror.”