The Review was run for decades by founding editor George Plimpton and became known for its in-depth interviews on the writing process and for publishing early works by Philip Roth, Adrienne Rich and many others.
In the film, Ryan Reynolds will be seen as a father dealing with the everyday challenges of family and raising kids made all the most difficult by an ongoing Great Monster Uprising.
Condé Nast is one of many media organisations, including The New York Times, whose employees have questioned company leaders as people around the world have taken part in protests prompted by the killing of George Floyd.
Apple News Plus offers articles from more than 300 magazines, but only three newspapers.
Apple News+ is targetted towards readers who want to peruse a few articles from a variety of news sources.
Abbas Kiarostami's 24 Frames finds an unlikely admirer in a deaf cat as Twitterati recount their own pet stories
In a Twitter thread penned down by writer Bilge Ebiri, he writes about how his deaf cat Vixen is drawn to Abbas Kiarostami's final work 24 frames.
Donald Trump's conservative US Supreme Court pick Brett Kavanaugh denies allegation of sexual misconduct in high school
In a statement released to US media, Kavanaugh rejected the woman's claim, made in a letter to the Democrats vetting his nomination, that he tried to force himself on her during a party.
New Yorker editor David Remnick cancels Steve Bannon invite after high profile dropouts and outrage; says he's 'changed his mind, there's a better way to do this'
Facing widespread outrage, The New Yorker has dropped plans to interview Steve Bannon during its festival next month. The former Donald Trump aide and ex-chairman of Breitbart News was supposed to be a featured guest during a prestigious gathering that over the years has drawn some of the world's most prominent artists and public figures
A bombshell article published in The New Yorker has accused CBS chairman and chief executive, Leslie Moonves, of sexual misconduct stretching back decades and painted a broader picture of similar behaviour within America's most watched television network.
Indian-American author Suketu Mehta slams US commentator Ann Coulter of 'misrepresenting' his article to vilify immigrants
Indian-American author Suketu Mehta has lambasted conservative commentator Ann Coulter for "misrepresenting" a 2011 article he wrote about an immigrant from Africa and citing it as an evidence to her claim that immigrant children being separated from their parents at the US border are "child actors".
New York attorney-general Eric Schneiderman, vocal supporter of the #MeToo movement, resigns amid abuse allegations
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, who had taken on high-profile roles as an advocate for women's issues and an antagonist to the policies of President Donald Trump, announced late Monday that he would be resigning from office hours after four women he was romantically involved with or had romantic interactions with accused him of physical violence in accounts published by The New Yorker.
2018 Pulitzer Prize: A closer look at winners including NYT, The New Yorker, Washington Post and Ryan Kelly
The winners of the Pulitzer Prizes in journalism and arts were announced on Monday at New York's Columbia University. Several journalists were awarded recognition for their stories highlighting sexual harassment at the workplace, Russia's alleged meddling in the 2016 United States presidential election and the Rohingya crisis among other issues.
2018 Pulitzer Prize: Full list of all the winners and finalists in the fields of journalism and arts
The 2017 Pulitzer Prize winners and finalists
New Yorker's Lillian Ross dead at 99: 'Mistress of selective listening and master of tell-all quote' shaped non-fiction genre
Lillian Ross, the ever-watchful New Yorker reporter whose close narrative style defined a memorable and influential 70-year career, including a revealing portrait of Ernest Hemingway, a classic Hollywood expose and a confession to an adulterous affair, has died at age 99.
It's not the first time that Trump has had a problem with "terms and conditions".
Samir and Vineet Jain run India's biggest media conglomerate. The New Yorker tells us how and why by taking a peek at their thinking.
Rutgers student Dharun Ravi is on trial for snooping on his gay roommate via webcam after that roommate committed suicide. But a New Yorker article, based on their IMs, tweets and text messages, complicates the story.
Amid concerns about runaway health spending, American industry leaders have said the world can find inspiration in India's ability to provide low-cost medical innovation.
It has been all signals green for Unique ID Authority chief Nandan Nilekani. But a system is beginning to see him as an interloper with excess power. It is striking back.