Oct 20, 2017
K-Pop, fancy pianos, and plenty of soju.
Despite increased Western sanctions, quality of life for much of North Korea's elite is improving. But during one particularly boozy dinner in Pyongyang last month, New Yorker writer Evan Osnos heard something particularly chilling from one of his handful of minders: Nuclear war...
Oct 16, 2017
The Travel Ban. Charlottesville. The NFL.
President Trump's handling of race in America has been divisive and unrestrained. The reason, says New Yorker Staff Writer Jelani Cobb, can be traced back to one place: Queens, New York.
Oct 9, 2017
After the horrific shooting in Las Vegas, ISIS scrambled to claim responsibility. They did so despite any real evidence. Then they doubled down.
This week Ian sits down with ISIS expert and New York Times foreign correspondent Rukmini Callimachi, who may know the group better than any other journalist.
Be sure to...