Known for her dry wit, cartoonist Roz Chast finds humor in caring for aging parents in her first graphic memoir, "Can't We Talk About Something More Pleasant?" Jeffrey Brown speaks with the New Yorker artist about taking on more personal…
By PBS NewsHour
President Obama said in a magazine interview with The New Yorker that he didn't think marijuana is "more dangerous than alcohol." But his support for marijuana legalization comes with several caveats.
By Zachary Treu
In his book "The Art of Controversy: Political Cartoons and Their Enduring Power," journalist Victor Navasky writes about caricature's ability to disturb dictators, humble presidents and inflame readers. We present 13 of the most impactful cartoons featured in the book.
By Katelyn Polantz
Fueling Controversy: Political Cartoons With Victor Navasky…
One hundred years after the Titanic sank, the story of the technological triumph-turned-tragedy still captivates many people. Margaret Warner and writer Daniel Mendelsohn, author of the recent New Yorker piece "Unsinkable: Why We Can't Let Go of the Titanic," discuss…
By Tom LeGro
New Yorker music critic Alex Ross' new book is "Listen to This." His previous book, "The Rest Is Noise: Listening to the 20th Century," won a National Book Critics Circle Award and was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize.
By Molly Finnegan
"What He's Poised To Do" is a new story collection by New Yorker editor Ben Greenman. The stories feature and often take place in the form of letters, and explore our attempts to connect over time.
Jeffrey Brown speaks with The New Yorker's Jon Lee Anderson about how the militant threat to Somalia's fragile government impacts counter-terror efforts.
Journalist, humorist and novelist Calvin Trillin's latest book pays homage to his wife, Alice, who passed away in 2001. Jeffrey Brown speaks with him about his latest book and the memory of his wife.
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