The New Yorker

The president is plucked from the White House in artist Barry Blitt’s cover illustration for the magazine.
Artist Adrian Tomine’s depiction of life during the pandemic is "perfection," one fan wrote on Twitter.
After 27 years as a staff writer at The New Yorker, Toobin tweeted that he "will always love the magazine."
The legal analyst is also stepping away from CNN after what he called “an embarrassingly stupid mistake.”
“I was so distressed and disturbed by what I’d seen," Max Kennedy Jr. told The New Yorker.
Artist Brian Stauffer's front-page image shows the president wearing a surgical mask -- over his eyes.
The illustration shows the president and his personal attorney standing atop a bridge as Trump gives the cement-shoed victim a shove.
Franken’s resignation came after many women had accused him of misconduct. All the allegations involved unwanted touches or attempted kisses.
The New Yorker's Jane Mayer investigated the allegation that unleashed seven other claims against the former senator -- and finds it doesn't check out.
The magazine calls out three of the president's biggest boosters in Washington.