Kate Storey, Esquire

Kate Storey

Esquire

New York, NY, United States

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  • Esquire
  • TOWN&COUNTRY
  • House Beautiful
  • ELLE Magazine (US)
  • Harper's Bazaar
  • Cosmopolitan
  • Good Housekeeping
  • Woman's Day
  • Marie Claire
  • Redbook
  • and more…

Past articles by Kate:

CNN Reporter Clarissa Ward Talks Taliban, Kabul, Sean Hannity

Ward, CNN’s chief international correspondent, has worked 19-hour days for the three weeks she’s been in Afghanistan. → Read More

Cindy Adams, Greatest Living Gossip Columnist, Didn't Choose Gossip, It Chose Her

Legendary New York Post reporter on her friendships with Donald Trump, Roy Cohn, Hillary Clinton, and more. → Read More

Chris Hayes Is Finding Reasons to Be Optimistic Again

The MSNBC host talks vaccines, what we knew a year ago, and what we know now. → Read More

'I Think She Saw It Coming': Meghan and Harry’s Oprah Interview, and the Echo of Princess Diana’s Pain

In a heartbreaking sit-down, the couple showed exactly how much strength it takes to break away from the royal institution. → Read More

Liz Carmichael Promised the World a Three-Wheeled Car. The True Story Was Much More Complicated.

The new HBO docuseries The Lady and the Dale details a fascinating and tragic attempt to disrupt the auto industry. → Read More

The Oral History of CNN's Election Week

Van Jones, Wolf Blitzer, Abby Phillip, Dana Bash and more on their office naps, rousing renditions of Motown Philly, pizza breaks, and a whole lot of coffee. → Read More

Why Is the Associated Press So Confident Calling Arizona for Biden?

In a statement to Esquire, the AP stood by its decision, despite being one of the few places to make the call. → Read More

How the Associated Press Plans to Determine the Winner of This Year's Election

The Associated Press has called America's elections since 1848. But this year will be unlike anything it's ever seen. Here's an inside view of the AP's massive vote-calling operation. → Read More

After the Events of 'The Trial of the Chicago 7,' Jerry Rubin's Life Turned From Counterculture Activism

Before the The Trial of the Chicago 7, Jerry Rubin was a counterculture star who often said he never “trusted anyone over 30.” And after the trial, his life took several unexpected turns. Here’s what to know about him. → Read More

‘A Man With a Purpose’: Chadwick Boseman’s Life’s Work Is Far From Over

Some of Chadwick Boseman's closest friends and family discuss how he kept his life private, including his battle with cancer, and the work he urged them to continue carrying through. → Read More

Why Jack Schlossberg, President John F. Kennedy’s Only Grandson, is Speaking at the 2020 DNC

27-year-old Jack Schlossberg, who is JFK's grandson, has been coy about his political ambitions. Here's what you need to know about Caroline Kennedy's son, and why he will be at the 2020 DNC tonight. → Read More

Omid Scobie Knows How Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Feel

The co-author of this year's buzziest biography opens up about all the royal drama. → Read More

The Untold Story of John David Washington

For Esquire’s Summer 2020 issue, actor John David Washington shares his untold story. The Ballers star, and son of icons Denzel and Paulina, talks about how his NFL career and movies Malcolm X and BlacKkKlansman led to him starring in Christopher Nolan’s new film Tenet, and becoming Hollywood’s next great leading man. → Read More

Behind the Scenes of a Nude Photography Project in Quarantine

Artist Spencer Tunick explains his latest work, photographed by videoconference. → Read More

Tiger King's Saff Saffery On Being Misgendered and Where He is Now

Former GW Zoo manager Saff Saffrey, who got his arm ripped off by a tiger on 'Tiger King', talks to Esquire about being misgendered in the series, what the Netflix documentary got right about Joe Exotic, and what he's up to now. → Read More

Chris Hayes Wants You to Wake the Fuck Up

The MSNBC host has been sounding the alarm on COVID-19 for weeks. And he'll keep covering it until he gets sick. → Read More

Swap the Olives in Your Dirty Martini With Caperberries. You Won't Be Disappointed.

Smoother than a caper and crunchier than an olive, caperberries are having a moment as food and drink garnishes. → Read More

Inside the Converted Washington Motel for Coronavirus Patients

As COVID-19 spreads, King County in Washington State took an unprecedented step to quarantine and isolate Coronavirus patients to avoid overcrowding hospitals. Here's an inside look at the Econo Lodge. → Read More

Nanette Burstein Spent Seven Days Interviewing Hillary Clinton. They Talked About Everything.

'You don't worry about getting press attention when it comes to Hillary,' the director of the new Hulu documentary says. 'You worry about getting the right kind.' → Read More

Joe English Made it Big as a Drummer With Paul McCartney and Wings. Now He's in an Insular Religious Group.

Writers Mitch Weiss and Holbrook Mohr on their book Broken Faith, which goes inside the Word of Faith Fellowship. → Read More