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Registered sex offender Jeffrey Epstein and Harvey Weinstein were part of a group that made a failed $45 million attempt to buy New York Magazine in t...
Jeffrey Epstein was part of a group that made an unsuccessful bid to purchase New York Magazine in 2003, The New York Times reported at the time.
Drag queens are calling out New York Magazine’s ‘most powerful drag queens’ list, citing inaccuracies and bad photos
After Vulture published a ranking of the most powerful drag queens in America, stars from previous seasons of "RuPaul's Drag Race" responded on Twitter.
Students are outraged and weirded out over an alleged sex cult at a $56,000-per-year private college
Sarah Lawrence College students are shocked by the New York Magazine story about a student's father who allegedly started a sex cult on the campus.
The article published by The Cut titled "Is Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas' Love for Real?" sparked controversy and has since been removed.
A profile of Soon-Yi Previn, Woody Allen’s wife, draws accusations of bias and ‘bizarre fabrications’ relating to Dylan Farrow’...
A new profile of Soon-Yi Previn, Woody Allen's wife, published by Vulture has drawn criticism for its portrayal of Dylan Farrow's abuse allegation against Allen. Social media users accused New York Magazine of publishing a biased article, due to the author's decades-long friendship with Allen.
President Donald Trump and Fox News host Sean Hannity apparently talk on the phone every night, according to a report from New York Magazine that goes inside the president's close relationship with the conservative television personality.
The viral story of a serial squatter who forced a dozen people from their homes holds a sobering lesson for anyone in need of a roommate
New York Magazine published a story that's being billed one of the worst roommate horror stories ever.
A Type A personality often finds it difficult to relax. One solution is to schedule periods of laziness, since mental downtime boosts creativity.
Some families said the costs for the therapy-like program sailed "well into the six-figures."
Sullivan finds a model for the current state of affairs in American politics in antiquity — namely, Plato's "Republic."