A new publication from a Vanity Fair veteran aims to attract writers with a revenue-sharing plan. The project has attracted backing from private equity firms.
T.J. Ducklo, a former campaign aide, had apologized to the reporter and was given a one-week suspension. But Jen Psaki, the White House press secretary, said his resignation was accepted on Saturday.
“He started grooming me when I was a teenager and horrifically abused me for years,” Ms. Wood, an actor and singer, said on Instagram.
He covered wars, politics and brash, complicated men — like himself. His profile subjects included Oliver Stone, Tupac Shakur and David Geffen.
Vogue’s September issue celebrated Black culture and contributors. But some employees say the magazine’s powerful editor fostered a workplace that sidelined women of color.
Our compromised liberalism has left a generation of writers weighing their words in fear.
Internal documents show how a source ended up in jail — and the fallout in the newsroom.
Viola Davis appears on the cover of this month’s issue, the first by a Black photographer, in an image meant to be a protest.
The theatrical flourishes and lavish lifestyles of the great media figures of a generation seem ill suited to the moment.
Assignments have dried up for many photographers. Others risk going into the fray to capture images of a changed world.