• Andy Borowitz on Our Age of Ignorance

    Sep 16, 2022
    The writer and comedian talks with David Remnick about “the intellectual deterioration” of American politics, the subject of his latest book.
  • Lionfish: The Joy of the Hunt

    Sep 16, 2022
    Lionfish are beautiful, invasive, and destructive. Because they are difficult to trap or trawl, divers are hunting them underwater with spears.
  • Will Voter Suppression Become the Law?

    Sep 16, 2022
    The attorney Marc Elias is working on two critical Supreme Court cases challenging voter suppression. He talks with The New Yorker’s Sue Halpern.
  • Aimee Mann Live, with Atul Gawande

    Sep 2, 2022
    The singer-songwriter discusses and performs songs from her recent album, which was inspired in part by the best-selling memoir “Girl, Interrupted.”
  • Dave Grohl’s Tales of Life and Music

    Sep 2, 2022
    The Foo Fighters front man, whose recent memoir is “The Storyteller,” shares accounts from his life before and after Nirvana with the staff writer Kelefa Sanneh.
  • A New Civil War in America?

    Aug 26, 2022
    The political scientist Barbara F. Walter has studied political violence for the C.I.A., and sees troubling signs that a violent insurrection could happen here.