Washington (CNN)Politics showed up this year on the covers of all sorts of publications, from tabloids and magazines about tech and business, to pornography (Stormy Daniels covered Penthouse’s May/June issue). Of all the ways Americans get their news, print is the least popular, according to a Pew survey released this week. Just 7% said it’s their preferred method, but the images created by editorial designers, photographers and cartoonists had a reach larger than just the subscribers who saw their work in their mailboxes or on their doorstep. The images peeked at us from grocery store checkout lines and populated our social media feeds. This is the story of 2018 as told through nine magazine and newspaper images, and the stories behind them: Tipping Point The Week, April 6 View this post on Instagram Here’s the latest cover of our magazine, featuring the NRA’s strongest opponent. #nra #nationalrifleassociation #guns #guncontrol #parkland #marjorystonemandouglas #activism #politics #america #magazinecover #theweekmagazine #art A post shared by The Week Magazine (@theweekmag) on Mar 29, 2018 at 7:40am PDT Read More Students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School appeared across the media following the devastating shooting that killed 17 at their school in February. But The Week’s… Read full this story
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