Cartooning has been a part of French culture ever since King Louis XIV ruled France 300 years ago. This week, the NewsHour’s Stephen Free visited the editors of a French magazine, who are embracing that tradition in explaining the Nov.
By PBS NewsHour
Shortly after terrorists killed 12 journalists from “Charlie Hebdo” -- a satirical Parisian newspaper -- cartoonists began circulating new images and past works on Twitter in solidarity with those who died, including the newspaper's editor-in-chief and three cartoonists.
By Colleen Shalby
Powerful Rulers Reduced to Laughable Caricature in 'Art of Controversy'…
Fueling Controversy: Political Cartoons With Victor Navasky…
By Elizabeth Shell
Today we thought we would give you a lighter take on the U.S. unemployment situation. We've rounded up some of our favorite recent political cartoons, which we hope will make you laugh about a subject that these days has made…
As debates rage in government halls across the U.S., political cartoonists have taken to skewering all sides -- and making points while they're at it. Here's a few of our favorites.
By Tom LeGro
The work of Kevin "KAL" Kallaugher, the Economist's editorial cartoonist, is the subject of an exhibit at the Cartoon Art Museum in San Francisco.
Mark Fiore is the first internet animator to win a Pulitzer Prize for editorial cartooning. His work appears only online -- on his own website, plus that of the San Francisco Chronicle, National Public Radio and other outlets.
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