The New Yorker

Fergus McIntosh is the co-deputy head of fact-checking at The New Yorker. His work at the magazine has included Ronan Farrow’s Pulitzer Prize-winning series on Harvey Weinstein, investigations of Cabinet members and computer networks, and profiles of people smugglers, film-makers, and philosophers. He fact-checked Patrick Keefe’s recent investigative history of the troubles in Northern Ireland (“Say Nothing”), and writes about arts and music.