Humor

Humor

The New Yorker contributor discusses Nazis, Donald Trump and impeachment, and starting his own movement, élitism.

Humor

The comedian Jerry Seinfeld sits down with David Remnick to discuss his creative process, working with Larry David, and revealing his talents to his parents.

Humor

The cartoonist joins Emma and Colin to discuss her process, and how to be civil in the big city.

Humor

Our newest line to hit the runway is more than fashion. It’s rebellion. It’s anarchy. It’s . . . Antifa.

Humor

“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.

Humor

Emma and Colin peruse cartoons about the oft-overlooked and underfoot vermin of New York.

Humor

An important update from Equifax’s top-notch security team.

Humor

Little-known fact: most people in New York have had sex with James Franco. Samuel Bronowski looks for the very few who haven’t slept with Franco yet.

Humor

A precocious expert tutors Emma and Colin in the finer points of heading back to class.

Humor

A Belgian immigrant reimagines the opening scene of the classic Woody Allen film, thirty-eight years later.

Culture

The creator of “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” on her television fantasy: “Because after you look at a boob talking for, like, five seconds, you’re like, click.”

Culture

The creator of “Hood Adjacent” on his television fantasy: “Is he still allowed at that country club he used to play golf in? I don’t think so!”
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