Dario Calmese made history when he photographed Viola Davis for the July/August 2020 cover of Vanity Fair.
The magazine's iconic cartoonist died on Wednesday.
AARP reportedly pulled in $142 million in 2017 from print advertisements in both magazines, as well as $32 million in digital advertising, according to Axios.
Cameron Strang, founder and CEO of 'Relevant' magazine, is accused of saying his readers "[don't] want to see scary black men on the cover."
"He failed as the moral leader of our country that day. He came out of the closet and showed us who he truly is, a racist, plain and simple."
In the aftermath of Charlottesville, Trump's statement about the clash became a large part of the news itself and was widely criticized for inflaming the situation by not unequivocally condemning the actions of the white supremacists.
"Corny monster. There were 1 million other ways to try and take me down and this is what you choose? F**k you."
The letter allegedly urged the German government to "fundamentally rethink" its support for a range of organizations, including the Jewish Museum in Berlin.
Mitchell was reportedly commissioned for the September issue.
"Don't stare, we are breastfeeding!"
Nasir Mahmood was killed in the lawless border region between Afghanistan and Pakistan.
"We find ourselves in a more dangerous situation," an outgoing counter-terror chief said.
The military carried out large strikes against opium production hubs in northern Helmand on Sunday.
The couple wants Taliban leaders to be tried for war crimes after their release.
The U.S. suffers the highest rate of lone-actor attacks among developed nations, a report has found.
"There are, we believe, moderate voices among the Taliban," he said.
Coleman and her husband were captured by the Haqqani network almost five years ago.
The militant group says it would prefer that women learned how to use grenades.
The maintenance worker told hotel dispatchers to call police to report a gunman had opened fire.
The "person of interest" in the investigation has flown back to the U.S. to be interviewed by federal agents.