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President Donald Trump’s Suspicious Ties With The Iranian Military
The Trump Tower project in Azerbaijan was suspected of being linked to the elite Iranian military money laundering operation.
R. Kelly Accuser Dominique Gardner Explains Why It Was So Hard To Leave Him
Gardner, who was rescued by her mother in a gripping scene in the docuseries "Surviving R. Kelly," said she doesn't think he should go to prison.
Washington Post Columnist Shreds 'American Plague' Fox News
Margaret Sullivan ripped the "shameless propaganda outfit" days after the release of a damning New Yorker exposé.
DNC Says It Will Exclude Fox News From Televising Its 2020 Debates
Democratic National Committee president Tom Perez said the network is "not in a position to host a fair and neutral debate for our candidates."
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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: 'I Am As Powerful As A Man' And It Drives Critics 'Crazy'
“The idea that a woman can be as powerful as a man is something that our society can’t deal with," the New York Democratic representative said.
Anyone Can Get Trolled — Even The New Yorker
Proto-troll Jonathan Lee Riches has been wreaking havoc for years. In a political landscape flooded with disinformation, he’s more dangerous than ever.
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Rudy Giuliani's Afraid Lying For Trump ‘Will Be On My Gravestone’
Trump's attorney also claims he didn't believe he'd said anything untruthful and had "a sense of ethics that is as high as anybody you can imagine.”
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Trump Walls Himself In At The Oval Office In Latest New Yorker Cover
Artist John Cuneo shows the president "walled in" with bricks and barbed wire.
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Julia Louis-Dreyfus Tearfully Talks About Sister Emma's Sudden Death
The "Veep" star said she had kept silent "out of reverence" for her sibling.
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New Yorker Cover Brilliantly Highlights The Diversity Headed To Congress
In artist Barry Blitt's illustration, women of color lead the wave of newcomers to Capitol Hill.
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CULTURE & ARTS
Drawing With Liana Finck
You probably know her cartoons from The New Yorker or Instagram. With a new graphic novel out, "Passing for Human," Fink agreed to an interview about her life -- in pictures.
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There's More Evidence The Times Flubbed A Major Trump-Russia Story
A report in The New Yorker offers a chilling look at how things went so wrong.
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Jim Carrey Makes Shocking Joke About Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court Confirmation
The comedian, who didn’t seem pleased with the confirmation, wisecracked about abortions.
The New Yorker's Latest Cover Is A Nod To Brett Kavanaugh, Women Not Being Heard
Artist Ana Juan said she was inspired by the testimony of Christine Blasey Ford: “She speaks for the women who have no voice.”
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Women Walk Out Across The Country In Support Of Kavanaugh's Accusers
Ronan Farrow Stands Behind Reporting On Latest Brett Kavanaugh Accuser
The New Yorker journalist said Deborah Ramirez told him "she wants to be fair to Brett Kavanaugh."
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Second Woman Accuses Brett Kavanaugh Of Sexual Misconduct In New Yorker Bombshell
The Supreme Court nominee denied the latest allegation, calling it a "smear, plain and simple."
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The New Yorker Disinvites Steve Bannon From Festival After Twitter Uproar
Editor David Remnick canceled Bannon's appearance after heavy criticism from staffers, readers and other festival speakers.
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Steve Bannon Is Headlining The New Yorker Festival, And It's Not Going Over Well
John Mulaney, Judd Apatow and Jack Antonoff, who were scheduled to appear at the event, posted to Twitter threatening to cancel.
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Trump Pursued By Hounds On 'Sopranos' New Yorker Cover
Artist Barry Blitt was inspired by fictional mobster Tony Soprano fleeing through the woods of New Jersey.
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Les Moonves Exits Anti-Sexual Misconduct Commission Amid Misconduct Accusations
A New Yorker piece detailed several sexual harassment allegations against the CBS executive.
A Conversation With My Friend Who Really Wants To Have Sex With Mr. Incredible
Will Wiesenfeld, aka Baths, would like to screw Bob Parr “up and down the goddamn block.” I had a few questions.
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This Is The Story That Launched Anthony Bourdain's Media Career
Bourdain's essay in The New Yorker, “Don’t Eat Before Reading This” was published in 1999. It changed everything.
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The New Yorker And Fast Company Magazines' Staffers Launch Union Campaigns
The unions say a majority of editorial employees are onboard with their efforts.
NY Attorney General Schneiderman Resigns After Allegations Of Abuse
As New York’s Attorney General, Eric Schneiderman took on the Trump administration more than one hundred times and was a vocal supporter of the #MeToo movement. Now, he’s resigned after allegations he beat and choked women.
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Politicians Call For Schneiderman To Resign Over Physical Abuse Allegations
In a New Yorker article, four women accused Schneiderman of physical abuse, including slapping and choking them.
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