Split Personality. The New Yorker, March 12, 2018.
Jane Mayer, staff writer for The New Yorker, talks with Rachel Maddow about why the Clinton campaign didn't use material from the dossier they had paid for,...
Jane Mayer, staff writer for The New Yorker, talks with Rachel Maddow about the reporting behind her lengthy profile of Trump Russia dossier author...
The weather outside is frightful, but the acting gigs are delightful, New Yorkers! Today, the CBS pilot “The Code” is looking for extras to play active military members. Plus, play an employee who gets tangled in a company’s hackingShow More Summary
Rachel Maddow highlights new revelations in a lengthy New Yorker profile by Jane Mayer of Christopher Steele and his work on the Trump Russia dossier.
Imagine if I, a liberal white New Yorker, posted social media pictures with my arm around the KKK-loving David Duke...
This list o' links brought to you by lambs.Recommended Reading:Tal Abbady at Dame Magazine: [Content Note: Misogyny; racism] The New Yorker Has a Byline ProblemLance Mannion at His Eponymous Blog: Covering Politics as Performance ArtDr. Show More Summary
According to the New Yorker profile, Steele relayed information that senior Kremlin officials had intervened to block Romney as Trump’s choice.
Will you be watching the Academy Awards this Sunday, March 4? You might want to since, depending on where you live, you helped pay for some of the Oscar-nominated movies. New Yorkers have the most at stake, both financially and in connection with the gold statuettes. Show More Summary
Much like Twitler, I sometimes see things on the intertrons that infuriate me: I then went on a lengthy rant, but I will clean it up for you. First, the New Yorker article, which really wasn’t horrible compared to so many other pieces you see in the national media, so I suppose I am grading […]
In the first installment of a new interview series, Masha Gessen discusses the Mueller indictments, Russia under Putin, the Trump Administration, and gay rights in Russia.
An American tourist has been arrested in Japan after police found the severed head of a woman in a suitcase in his holiday rental flat. Yevgeniy Vasilievich Bayraktar, 26, from New York, is currently in custody and being questioned by police following the discovery in Osaka last week. Show More Summary
February 26, 2018 Posted by Jay Livingston It’s easy to make fun of Trump’s claim to heroism, and Andy Borowitz in the New Yorker does it very well. Trump, speaking to a group of governors today, was criticizing the deputy who did not enter the Marjory Stoneman school during the shooting. Show More Summary
The New Yorker has a new in-depth profile with actor/writer/musician/renaissance man Donald Glover, and it's the kind of thing that'll make you think twice before you go back to tweeting about how that new Lando Calrissian Solo poster made you...
NEW YORKER PROFILE: The New York Congressman Who Could Lead an Impeachment Charge Against Trump. All Democrats — and their infotainment industry enablers — need to do is not act crazy, and they can’t even manage that.
WITH THE OSCARS coming Sunday, the New Yorker magazine rolled out a cover that depicts a scene that is as symbolic of 2018 Hollywood as any red carpet. The art, titled “Golden Opportunity,” renders the kind of moment between powerful male figure and aspiring female performer that has been uncovered and recounted time and again […]
Plus the New Yorker dips into queso, and more news — Yelp named Brazilian food truck Boteco as Austin’s top place to eat for the year. The list of 100 restaurants and food trucks were compiled using the site’s ratings, reviews, popularity,...Show More Summary
New cartoons from the magazine.
The artist Chris Ware discusses his cover for the latest issue of The New Yorker, a visual nod to the Oscars, sexual misconduct in Hollywood, and the #MeToo movement.