Documentary director Rob Garver explores the prose, controversies and lasting legacy of perhaps the most enduring of America’s film critics, whose work didn't always garner favorable reviews from her peers.
One accuser tells The New Yorker's Ronan Farrow that Moonves' potential $100 million exit deal is "completely disgusting."
Norma Borgono helped the FBI put her old boss behind bars. She’s being rewarded with possible deportation.
We, the people, have more power than we think. To exercise our power, we must insist that our elected representatives serve us. If they don’t, we need to vote them out as quickly as possible.
Armed with the finding that U.S. presidents fulfill more than 70 percent of their campaign promises, New Yorker contributor Evan Osnos spoke with a wide range of experts to try to determine what Trump will do if he wins.
Harvard historian and New Yorker contributor Jill Lepore looks with informed disgust upon the assumptions and methodology that underlie pollsters' efforts to track the 2016 presidential race.
Amid a decade’s worth of New Yorker articles about Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath collected ahead of the 10-year anniversary of the natural disaster, the magazine published a short video report on the effort to incentivize residents of Staten Island, a place hit hard by Hurricane Sandy in 2012, into leaving parts of the disaster-prone borough.