Though online news sources have gotten a lot of attention lately, reading from a computer screen weakens one's vision, and sensitive keyboards prohibit any kind of Sloppy Joe eating. Today's Groupon gets you a year of thought-provoking news in the best possible format: a convenient stapled stack of printed paper. For $20, you get a 54-issue subscription to Newsweek (a $39 value).
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