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Trump Meets With Some Vocal Critics: Editors at Vanity Fair and Vogue

Trump Meets With Some Vocal Critics: Editors at Vanity Fair and Vogue

President-elect Donald J. Trump leaving a meeting at Condé Nast’s offices at 1 World Trade Center on Friday.
Trump Meets With Some Vocal Critics: Editors at Vanity Fair and Vogue

Trump Meets With Some Vocal Critics: Editors at Vanity Fair and Vogue

President-elect Donald J. Trump leaving a meeting at Condé Nast’s offices at 1 World Trade Center on Friday.
Open Thread - We Can Do It!

Open Thread - We Can Do It!

"The March" by Abigail Gray Swartz on the cover of the February 6 New Yorker magazine. ⚡️ “Pitched my idea to The New Yorker, and they said Yes.”https://t.co/jaVZ7dLAOh — Abigail Gray Swartz
In 1968, a ‘Resurrection City’ of Tents, Erected to Fight Poverty

In 1968, a ‘Resurrection City’ of Tents, Erected to Fight Poverty

About 3,000 people from across the nation occupied the National Mall in Washington, starting on May 12, 1968. While coverage at the time highlighted the camp’s failures, these images show a broader
Trump’s Victory Has People Signing up For News Like It’s Going Out of Style

Trump’s Victory Has People Signing up For News Like It’s Going Out of Style

A wide range of different media outlets have seen a boost in subscriptions and donations.
Trump’s Victory Has People Signing up For News Like It’s Going Out of Style

Trump’s Victory Has People Signing up For News Like It’s Going Out of Style

A wide range of different media outlets have seen a boost in subscriptions and donations.
Chinese Mistake Satire on Trump for Real News

Chinese Mistake Satire on Trump for Real News

President Trump at the White House last week. Several publications, quoting a satirical New Yorker piece as factual, reported a frantic Mr. Trump worried about eavesdropping.
Chinese Mistake Satire on Trump for Real News

Chinese Mistake Satire on Trump for Real News

President Trump at the White House last week. Several publications, quoting a satirical New Yorker piece as factual, reported a frantic Mr. Trump worried about eavesdropping.
We Rounded Up Politics Stories You Shouldn’t Miss

We Rounded Up Politics Stories You Shouldn’t Miss

The National Rifle Association lobbied against a rule to prevent most people with disabling mental illnesses from purchasing firearms.
Jack Ziegler, Cartoonist at The New Yorker, Dies at 74

Jack Ziegler, Cartoonist at The New Yorker, Dies at 74

Jack Ziegler contributed more than 1,600 cartoons to The New Yorker beginning in the mid-1970s. His work, which featured talking toasters, the Lone Ranger, Sammy Davis Jr. and more, was defined by a
2017 Pulitzer Prize Winners

2017 Pulitzer Prize Winners

The winner of the Pulitzer Prize for feature photography. This image shows a 10-year-old boy, who, along with his mother, strove to put his life back together after surviving a shooting in Chicago.
Right and Left: Partisan Writing You Shouldn’t Miss

Right and Left: Partisan Writing You Shouldn’t Miss

President Trump signing an executive order in the Oval Office in February.
Right and Left on Robert Mueller and Philando Castile

Right and Left on Robert Mueller and Philando Castile

“Those were lies, plain and simple,” James B. Comey, the former F.B.I. director, told the Senate Intelligence Committee, discussing White House explanations for his firing.

White House official on Scaramucci’s profane interview: I’m concerned for my safety in the office tomorrow

Hostile work environment. The post White House official on Scaramucci’s profane interview: I’m concerned for my safety in the office tomorrow appeared first on Hot Air.
Scaramucci’s Vulgar Rant Spurs Newsroom Debate: Asterisks or No Asterisks?

Scaramucci’s Vulgar Rant Spurs Newsroom Debate: Asterisks or No Asterisks?

Representative Peter King of New York, left, with Anthony Scaramucci, President Trump’s new communications director, on Friday.
Right and Left on Anthony Scaramucci’s Dismissal and John F. Kelly’s New Role

Right and Left on Anthony Scaramucci’s Dismissal and John F. Kelly’s New Role

John F. Kelly, left, the new White House chief of staff, with President Trump in the Oval Office on Monday.
Mucci Mane Mixtape: Listen to the Phone Call That Got Anthony Scaramucci Canned

Mucci Mane Mixtape: Listen to the Phone Call That Got Anthony Scaramucci Canned

Anthony Scaramucci, aka Scaramucci Mane, aka Mucci Mane, had an awesome 10-day run. In just 10 days he went from White House communications director to one of the most glorious political flameouts in
Who Can Afford to Write Like John McPhee?

Who Can Afford to Write Like John McPhee?

There is no such institution as the American Creative Nonfiction Hall of Fame, but were some frivolous people to bring it into existence, I have to imagine that John McPhee would be on the first