The magazine calls out three of the president's biggest boosters in Washington.
Artist Barry Blitt was inspired by fictional mobster Tony Soprano fleeing through the woods of New Jersey.
George Washington is literally face-palming.
For those wondering if President Obama will watch the Super Bowl on Sunday, the New Yorker's latest cover offers some insight
The New York Times called it the most memorable image of the 2008 presidential campaign, and Françoise Mouly, the Art Editor
Mr. Bloomberg, not known for a humble demeanor, seemed content to offer his own interpretation of the work. "I like what
In light of the controversy surrounding this week's New Yorker cover, we wanted get some insight from an insider at the notoriously
The New Yorker gives Obama an opportunity to right himself and get back to being who he is. He needs to address people's fears -- not just to rebut them or dismiss them.
David Remnick On That New Yorker Cover: It's Satire, Meant To Target "Distortions And Misconceptions And Prejudices" About Obama
This week's New Yorker cover shows Barack and Michelle Obama as Muslim terrorists burning a flag in the Oval Office. Why would they publish such a thing? We asked New Yorker editor David Remnick. Here's what he said.
"Retrospect? Outcry?" he wrote. "The magazine just came out ten minutes ago, at least give me a few days to decide whether
Presumably the readership is sophisticated enough to get the joke, but this going to upset a lot of people -- probably for the same reason it's going to delight a lot of others on the right.