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The New Yorker Wins Six National Magazine Awards
The 2021 ceremony recognized the magazine’s coverage of the pandemic and the political upheaval of the past year. By The New Yorker June 10, 2021
How Hacking Became a Professional Service in Russia
The outfit behind the Colonial Pipeline attack had a blog, a user-friendly interface, and a sliding fee scale for helping hackers cash in on stolen information. By Joshua Yaffa May 23, 2021
No Safe Place in Gaza
The nights and days of a Palestinian reporter. By David Remnick May 17, 2021 How a Sexual-Harassment Suit May Test the Reach of #MeToo in China Zhou Xiaoxuan’s case against a well-known television personality is unfolding under a system that remains skeptical, even hostile, toward such allegations. By Han Zhang May 12, 2021
The New Yorker Receives Fourteen National Magazine Award Nominations
The American Society of Magazine Editors has nominated our coverage of the past year of pandemic and political upheaval through reporting, criticism, photography, and documentary filmmaking. By The New Yorker May 8, 2021
The Secret Papers of Lee Atwater, Who Invented the Scurrilous Tactics That Trump Normalized
An infamous Republican political operative’s unpublished memoir shows how the Party came to embrace lies, racial fearmongering, and winning at any cost. By Jane Mayer May 6, 2021
Surviving the Crackdown in Xinjiang, in Mandarin
The New Yorker translates its recent report on China’s mass internment of Uyghurs and Kazakhs. By Raffi Khatchadourian May 1, 2021
Watch Highlights from “How Memes Become Money”
The latest installment of The New Yorker Live examined how Internet culture is influencing the economy, and what that might mean for financial inequality, art, and the environment. By The New Yorker May 1, 2021
The Secret Footage of the N.R.A. Chief’s Botched Elephant Hunt
Wayne LaPierre has cultivated his image as an exemplar of American gun culture, but video of his clumsy marksmanship—and details regarding his Rodeo Drive shopping trips—tells another story. By Mike Spies April 27, 2021
The Union Battle at Amazon Is Far from Over
Drives to organize steelworkers and autoworkers took decades but ultimately succeeded. By Alec MacGillis April 13, 2021 Sections News & Politics Culture Business, Science & Tech Humor Cartoons Books & Fiction Magazine Photography Video Podcasts More Newsletters About Careers Contact FAQ Media Kit Press Accessibility Help
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