News (New Yorker Humor)
A Millennial’s Guide to Cocktails
Chaz Hutton illustrates a humorous guide to cocktails for millennials.
Eugenia Viti and Stephanie Smith illustrate a humorous taxonomy of pest babies, G.M.O.s of your favorite woodland creatures and the cutest babes we could find.
Mystery Novelizations of My Life
Julia Edelman writes a series of mystery novelizations based on everyday events, such as “The Stranger Passed Out in the Taco Bell” and “The Hunt for the Escaped IUD.”
Daily Cartoon: Friday, March 23rd
Pia Guerra’s Daily Cartoon welcomes an unexpected guest.
Dear Pepper: A Holiday Naysayer and Indecision
Liana Finck’s advice-column comic strip offers ideas for dealing with a relationship quandary and the agony of choice.
Daily Cartoon: Thursday, March 22nd
Peter Kuper’s Daily Cartoon tries to get the President to read his briefings.
Praise Be: A Letter from Trump’s Primary Evangelical Adjunct
Paul Rudnick humorously writes an imaginary letter from the President’s primary spiritual consultant to his wider White House evangelical advisory group.
Original Sin, As Told Through Eve’s Instagram Account
Hayley Phelan humorously documents Adam and Eve’s downfall in the Garden of Eden through posts on Eve’s Instagram account.
Wendy’s Guide to Art Grad School
Walter Scott’s comic strip about what graduate students can expect from their art program, featuring his character Wendy.
A Dentist’s Day Out
Emma Hunsinger humorously illustrates a day in the life of a dentist who sees his work in everyday life.
What to Watch While Hating Yourself This Weekend
Jason Adam Katzenstein and Hartley Lin’s humorous illustrated list of things to watch this weekend, from TV to Instagram.
Dear Pepper: Negotiating Pay and Attracting Stray Dogs
Liana Finck’s illustrated advice column tackles tough questions about fair pay and a person’s allure to stray dogs.
Tips for Visiting New York City
Colin Stokes warns tourists to avoid taking car trips with their parents from the airport, and to watch out for heavy-metal bands in Times Square.
Let’s Get Drinks
Shouts & Murmurs by Kelly Stout: “Friday is no good. I am literally Operation Rolling Thunder mixed with the N.F.L.’s policy on domestic violence.”
N.R.A. Proposes Having Second Armed Teacher in Every Classroom to Stop First Armed Teacher from Misfiring
Andy Borowitz jokes that the N.R.A. executive Wayne LaPierre called for a second armed teacher in classrooms after a California teacher fired a gun and injured a student.
Slide Show: New Yorker Cartoons March 19, 2018
New cartoons from the magazine.
A Word from the Russian Olympic Team
Matt and Maht, ambassadors from the Russian Ministry of Sport and Culture, would like to respond to some of the fake news floating around.
The Man Who Shazamed the World
Introducing a new version of Shazam that recognizes every sound on Earth.
Roz Chast on Dancing Moms and the Ukulele
The cartoonist joins Emma and Colin to talk about the characters in her cartoon world.
Net Neutrality, Explained
Matt and Maht, experts from the Federal Communications Commission, break down the issue ahead of the agency’s vote.
The Extraordinary Inclusiveness of the March for Our Lives
Margaret Talbot reports from the March for Our Lives in Washington, D.C., where protesters called for changes in gun legislation.
The March for Our Lives Presents a Radical New Model for Youth Protest
Emily Witt reports from the March for Our Lives in Washington, D.C., where survivors of the Parkland school shooting and supporters rallied for stricter gun-control legislation.
The Fearless, Outraged Young Protesters at the March for Our Lives in Washington, D.C.
Amanda Petrusich reports from the March for Our Lives in Washington, D.C., where students and gun-control advocates are rallying for comprehensive legislation.
The Great Sadness of Ben Affleck
Naomi Fry writes about recent photos of Ben Affleck’s back tattoo, which were taken while the actor filmed the Netflix action movie “Triple Frontier,” with Garrett Hedlund and Charlie Hunnam.
The Downfall of Pedro Pablo Kuczynski and the Future of Peru
Jon Lee Anderson writes about the political downfall of Pedro Pablo Kuczynski, who resigned as President of Peru in advance of impeachment hearings.
Breaking the Silence on Gun Violence in America
A. J. Schnack writes about teen-agers’ response to gun violence after mass shootings in Parkland, Las Vegas, and elsewhere.
Speaking is Difficult
A haunting film that underscores the persistence of mass shootings in America during the past several years.