Lisa Miller appears on NY1 to discuss New York magazine’s 50th anniversary issue.
From EWA Radio: Lisa Miller, an associate editor at New York magazine, discusses her new profile of U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos. Miller discusses the unwillingness of people close to DeVos to discuss her on the record — including current Department of Education employees — made this one of the most challenging profiles […]
Betsy DeVos used to have more friends. Way back in 2016, a coalition of reputable, fair-minded education reformers — some of them Democrats — got together to vouch for her. Sure, she was inexperienced in the policy realm. Also, an outsider to Washington. Also, naïve to the demands of living under the internet’s ever-watchful eye. […]
The 10,000 residents of Flat Rock, Michigan, are cheerful lately — you might even say optimistic. Fifteen new businesses have opened in the past year, including Blue Heron Trading Company, a candle-scented gift shop selling local jams and jellies, and a Burger King franchise directly across the street from the Ford Motor Company assembly plant, […]
Lisa’s guest appearance on Morning Joe to discuss her New York magazine story on Ford Motors effect on two Michigan towns.
At 2:30 on Saturday afternoon, September 10, a hired SUV pulled up to the curb of a low-slung brick-and-wood house in suburban Virginia and let a passenger out. The man, who wore a tan baseball cap and a black T-shirt, did not glance at the paparazzi lenses trained on him but walked straight inside. He […]
On Sunday, March 15, Lisa interviewed Martine Rothblatt in the SXSW keynote session, AI, Immortality and the Future of Selves. The interview proved to be incredibly successful and Rothblatt was awarded the coveted “SXSW Speaker of the Event Award.” Here’s the video from SXSW:
Futurist, pharma tycoon, satellite entrepreneur, philosopher. Martine Rothblatt, the highest-paid female executive in America, was born male. But that is far from the thing that defines her. Just ask her wife. Then ask the robot version of her wife. Only about 5 percent of the companies in the Fortune 500 are run by women; double […]
Lisa’s cover story in New York Magazine created a firestorm, including the New York Post’s screaming headline “I Was a Bad Mom.”
For weeks, nobody slept. On the first night after the shootings in December, Raul Arguello lay awake in his bed in Sandy Hook, Connecticut, listening to the sirens coming from the direction of his daughters’ school. His children, thank God, were warm and breathing under his roof, but the sirens reminded him that bodies—twenty of […]