Vanity Fair's Twitter page shows its July cover with Caitlyn Jenner. The issue and photo shoot had to be planned in secret.
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June 6, 2015 The issue with Caitlyn Jenner on the cover had many people talking before it even hit newsstands. Editor-in-Chief Graydon Carter says the story took months of secret planning.
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Red Cross health workers wearing protective suits in Conakry, Guinea, on Sunday.
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September 16, 2014 Journalist Jeffrey Stern traveled to Guinea to find out why it took so long for scientists to figure out that the Ebola virus had struck. He tells a revealing tale in this month's Vanity Fair.
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American writer Ernest Hemingway.
September 18, 2013 Also: Vikram Seth finds a new publisher; Marilynne Robinson on thinking like a writer; Rainbow Rowell on censorship.
October 3, 2011 A lot of times when writing a headline on an article or post in which Republicans are mentioned, journalists will use the abbreviation "GOP" because it fits a tight spot a lot more readily than R-e-p-u-b-l-i-c-a-n.But it turns out a lot of people have had no idea that the three letters are an abbreviation for the party's historic nickname, the Grand Old Party.
February 3, 2011 Sebastian Faulks sees Jane Eyre as a morally upright, mouse-y little thing, with her happiness dependent entirely upon marriage with Mr. Rochester. Boy, did he miss the point. Good thing Salon's Laura Miller can take him to task.
October 7, 2010 A harsh Vanity Fair piece seems light years away from the media love affair McCain once enjoyed when he regaled reporters for hours during the 2000 campaign aboard the Straight Talk Express campaign bus.
October 19, 2009 Thanks to Vanity Fair, you can take the Proust Questionnaire, now available online.
August 19, 2008 Jamie Johnson is talking about money. Again.
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April 22, 2008 China's olympic makeover: "No Pushing! No swearing! No irony!"
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