News (New Yorker Humor)
Ivanka Trump’s Journey Through American Youth Subcultures
Emily Flake draws humorous depictions of Ivanka Trump trying out different subcultures, including as a goth, a riot grrl, a juggalo, and more.
Skin Care at Every Age
Langan Kingsley makes fun of the unrealistic suggestions for skin care that are part of many beauty regimens.
Lines from a Very Special “Sex and the City” Apocalypse Episode
Lauren Bans imagines humorous dialogue from a satirical apocalyptic episode of “Sex and the City.”
White House Says It Is Unpatriotic to Offer Irrefutable Video Evidence That a General Lied
Andy Borowitz jokes that the White House press secretary claimed that John Kelly, the chief of staff, has the right to lie.
Daily Cartoon: Friday, October 20th
In Brendan Loper’s Daily Cartoon, the Secret Service attempts to protect the President from himself.
Some British Terms for Rain
Tom Chitty’s humorous drawings of the many names that the British use when describing rain.
Daily Cartoon: Thursday, October 19th
Kaamran Hafeez’s Daily Cartoon considers the prices of gas and more.
I’m Going to Europe to Work on My Tragic Addiction to Power and Privilege
Steven Markow writes a satirical piece imagining an executive responding to harassment allegations: “I’ve decided to go to Europe to work on my tragic addiction to power and privilege.”
Kylie Jenner Steps Out
Julie Houts writes a humorous account of Kylie Jenner’s hypothetical inability to “step out” in an excerpt from her new book, “Literally Me,” to be published by Touchstone.
The Dark Truth Behind the Making of Pumpkin-Spice Lattes
In a cartoon, Farley Katz humorously imagines the terrible conditions for the pumpkins destined to become pumpkin-spice lattes.
Lesser-Known Roomba Error Codes
Lars Kenseth draws different humorous situations involving a malfunctioning Roomba and interprets what they mean.
How Did You Afford That Place?
Will McPhail humorously imagines how the residents of an apartment building afford to live there.
What My Mom Said on “Take Your Parents to Work” Day
Mom: But you’re just typing and deleting things like #ITSSOFLUFFY over a picture of an otter. Me: This is what I do, Mom!
My Rule for Relationships
Nathaniel Stein humorously discusses a rule that limits the duration of romantic relationships to twenty-five years—no more, no less.
Obama Begins Calling American People to Console Them About Trump Being President
Andy Borowitz jokes about Donald Trump’s recent false assertion that Barack Obama never called the families of fallen troops when he was President.
Slide Show: New Yorker Cartoons October 23, 2017
New cartoons from the magazine.
Emma and Colin deliver chills and thrills in the form of Halloween-themed cartoons and ill-advised costumes of yore.
Liana Finck on God and Man and Butt Pillows
Liana Finck joins Emma and Colin to discuss her process, and how to be civil in the big city.
How to Write a New Yorker Cartoon Caption
“Broad City” ’s Abbi Jacobson and “Silicon Valley” ’s Zach Woods, now together in “The Lego Ninjago Movie,” tackle The New Yorker’s cartoon-caption contest.
A precocious expert tutors Emma and Colin in the finer points of heading back to class.
What to Stream This Weekend: Five Films About the Delusions and Decadence of Hollywood
Richard Brody picks five films to stream online, including “Hollywood Shuffle”, “Knight of Cups,” “Los Angeles Plays Itself,” “Two Weeks in Another Town,” and “Contempt.”
Bringing the Yankees Home?
Roger Angell previews Game Six of the A.L.C.S. as the Yankees face the Astros in Houston in the hopes of meeting the Dodgers in the World Series.
The Real Mike Pence
Jane Mayer joins Dorothy Wickenden to discuss the rise of Mike Pence, and why he has stayed loyal to Trump through his tumultuous time in office.
Why Bush and Obama Shouldn’t Hold Back in Criticizing Their Successor
Amy Davidson Sorkin on why George W. Bush and Barack Obama shouldn’t hold back in criticizing President Donald Trump.