Watch Live: The House Judiciary Committee Holds an Evidentiary Impeachment Hearing The Committee hears presentations on evidence in the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump.
The Cryptic Crossword: No. 2 A free, online cryptic crossword puzzle from the New Yorker’s archive, with answers and clues that exhibit the wit and intelligence of the magazine.
Sunday Reading: Winter Adventures From The New Yorker’s archive, stories of wintertime expeditions and seasonal globe-trotters by David Grann, Susan Orlean, Kathryn Schulz, Nick Paumgarten, Rebecca Solnit, and Alec Wilkinson.
The 2020 Democrats and the New Politics of Gun Violence The movement for tighter gun legislation has been revitalized, and supporting gun control is not the risk it once was, Margaret Talbot writes.
Arrivederci, Little Italy Mark Binelli writes about his time in the gentrifying New York City neighborhood Little Italy and on his Italian-American heritage.
Finding Truth and Fiction on Film Sets in the South Charles Bethea writes about the photographer Alex Harris’s recent project “Our Strange New Land,” which is on display at the High Museum of Art, in Atlanta.
Peter Dinklage Is Still Punk Rock Michael Schulman interviews the actor Peter Dinklage, who played Tyrion Lannister on the HBO show “Game of Thrones,” and who will star in an Off Broadway production of “Cyrano.”
A Powerful Statement of Resistance from a College Student on Trial in Moscow Masha Gessen writes about Yegor Zhukov, a university student in Moscow who was on trial for “extremism” and who received a relatively light sentence...
Tragedy + Time, and Other Equations Riane Konc imagines a humorous list of mathematical equations that prove inherent bias in the worlds of comedy and standup.
Impeaching Donald Trump Is Already a Win for Democrats John Cassidy on how Trump’s impeachment will factor into the 2020 Presidential election.
How Donald Trump Is Making It Harder to End the War in Ukraine Joshua Yaffa writes about talks between the Russian President Vladimir Putin and the Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to end the war in the Donbass, and the...
Let It Snow on Trump Barry Blitt’s Kvetchbook cartoon depicts President Donald Trump being slowly buried under falling snow as he stands tapping on his smartphone.
Conversations with Ma: A Lot to Unpack Julia Wertz writes and illustrates a humorous comic about siblings sorting through old boxes from the attic with their mother over the holidays.
Jamie Lee Curtis, the Original Scream Queen On the New Yorker Radio Hour, interviews with Jamie Lee Curtis, the journalist Rana Ayyub, and the chef Niki Nakayama.
Daily Cartoon: Friday, December 6th David Ostow’s Daily Cartoon depicts a collection of letters to Santa Claus.
Holiday Gift Guide: How to Channel Your Inner Maximalist Rachel Syme lists her fine-fashion 2019 holiday-gifting recommendations, which are meant to re-create the wardrobe of an elegant, oddball octogenarian.
The Impeachment Hearings and the Coming Storm Jill Lepore writes about the current impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump and reflects on the national mood.
The Chemo Talk In "Dani," when a young woman with Stage Four breast cancer calls her mother to give an update on her new treatment, the conversation is full of emotion, yet matter-of-fact.
The Neo-Cabaret Diva Meow Meow Brings Holiday Glamour to BAM The chanteuse, born Melissa Madden Gray, delivers nostalgia for a bygone era—and sometimes crowd-surfs.
The Riddler Celebrates Champagne Hannah Goldfield reviews a new West Village bar and restaurant that heralds female winemakers and aims to make the celebratory drink part of diners’ regular routine.
The Weekend Crossword: Friday, December 6, 2019 A free, twice-weekly online puzzle, with answers and clues that exhibit the wit and intelligence of the magazine.