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The New York Times

  1. screen time
    Why Bing Is Being CreepyIt’s doing what it was trained to do by reading our stories and absorbing our anxieties. (Not that Microsoft is happy about it.)
  2. stop the presses
    The New York Times Newsroom Gets Ready to Walk OutIt’s a frosty winter for the media business.
  3. stop the presses
    Everybody Wants a Raise at the New York TimesAnd they might just strike if they don’t get it.
  4. stop the presses
    Of Course Taylor Lorenz Welcomed Herself to the Wash Post With a Twitter FeudShe goes after Maggie Haberman. Meanwhile, the Times considers a crackdown on brands on its payroll.
  5. media
    If Sarah Palin Wins, Fox News Could LoseWhy both liberals and conservatives should be careful about opening up libel law.
  6. conservatism
    No, Democrats and Republicans Aren’t Equally Anti-DemocraticA reply to Ross Douthat.
  7. wirecutter
    Here’s the Best Strike for Most PeopleThe Wirecutter stops typing.
  8. 2022 midterms
    Can Nicholas Kristof Actually Win the Oregon Governor’s Race?The short answer is maybe. As a progressive outsider, he might be able to exploit a leadership vacuum in his native state.
  9. the media
    ‘It Was Weird and Culty’: Carlos Watson’s Mismanagement of Ozy“The ritual humiliation began with the lull. When you were comfortable, he came in with a hammer,” says a top staffer. “It was shocking.”
  10. media digest
    New York Times’ Opinion Editor Resigns After Tom Cotton ControversyEffective immediately.
  11. A.G. Sulzberger Will Follow His Father As Publisher of the New York TimesKeeping it in the family.
  12. the law
    David Boies Was America’s Top Litigator. Now He’s Known As Weinstein’s Lawyer.He was celebrated for taking on Microsoft, George W. Bush, and foes of gay marriage — then he hired spies to stop the Weinstein allegations.
  13. The New York Times Kills Public Editor RoleLiz Spayd, the paper’s sixth public editor, will also be its last.
  14. Trump Goes After the Times for Its Attempt to Mock Him Over Patriots Crowd SizeWe’re going to be comparing crowd sizes for the next four years, aren’t we?
  15. The Trump Administration Already Has a Terrible Relationship With the PressAs the president-elect struggles to staff his White House, he lashes out at some media organizations, while shutting out others.
  16. James Bennet Moves to Times Editorial PageA replacement editor has yet to be named. 
  17. The New York Times Helps an Anonymous Source Complete Her Bucket List Area woman will never be recognized for her contributions to public-bathroom service journalism. 
  18. On the Condition of Anonymity: A Poem for Margaret SullivanOn background.
  19. oh albany!
    Assembly Speaker Silver Accuses NYT of Mix-upThe paper published an article about Sheldon Silver’s decades-long attempt to block a low-income housing development.
  20. ink-stained wretches
    Arthur Sulzberger Jr. Hits Back [Updated]The Times publisher reportedly felt “misled” by Jill Abramson.
  21. ink-stained wretches
    How New York Times Staffers Reacted to Jill Abramson’s Departure And the news that managing editor Dean Baquet will replace her.
  22. white house correspondents’ dinner 2014
    David Brooks Doesn’t Mind Skipping the White House Correspondents’ DinnerThe Times man will be drinking elsewhere in D.C.
  23. ink-stained wretches
    Jill Abramson Has a New York Times-Style T Tattoo [Updated]The executive editor says she has four pieces of body art.
  24. journalism
    NYT Story About Pakistan Disappeared in PakistanA printer simply deleted the piece from the cover of the international edition of the paper.
  25. blog-stained wretches
    New Media Venture Spring Is Officially Upon Us The New York Times’ new data-driven project gets a name, and ESPN announces another use for Nate Silver’s FiveThirtyEight.
  26. the way i am
    The Way We Live Now, by David BrooksWe live in a unique moment.
  27. ink-stained wretches
    The New York Times Dropped a Rare F-BombThe paper is usually very uptight when it comes to profanity.
  28. the racie for gracie
    The New York Times Endorses Christine Quinn As the Practical ChoiceAnd Joe Lhota, for the Republicans out there.
  29. The Gray Lady Has a Crush on ‘Gangly Liberal’ Bill de BlasioBut will she go all the way and endorse?
  30. the racie for gracie
    The New York Times Leads the Anthony Weiner Editorial BacklashSo, no endorsement then?
  31. ink-stained wretches
    New York Times Reports That People Eat Chopped SaladsDid you know this?
  32. ink-stained wretches
    Cuban Editor Demoted After Writing Critical Times Op-EdRoberto Zurbano says the paper mistranslated his headline, though he stands by the ideas in the piece.
  33. love and war
    Can Women Have It All on the Times Obituary Page?The mention of a female scientist’s homemaking skills spurred an outcry.
  34. fake trends
    The Myth of Millionaire Tax MigrationThe Times invents a West Coast trend.
  35. ink-stained wretches
    Culture Editor Jonathan Landman First to Take the New York Times Buyout“Newsroom has to reduce its costs.”
  36. ink-stained wretches
    The New York Times Definitely Doesn’t Endorse Mitt RomneyThe editors are for the other guy. 
  37. oh china!
    The New York Times Just Got Itself Effectively Banned in ChinaWeb access has been blocked after a damning exposé.
  38. talking about the weather
    New York Times Pens an Ode to the WindGet a room, you two.
  39. ink-stained wretches
    Mark Thompson’s Introduction to His Unionized Staff Will Be Incredibly AwkwardThey’ll brief him on the labor dispute, and take a group photo.
  40. ink-stained wretches
    New York Times Developing Quote-Approval PolicyThe paper is hoping to combat the practice of giving sources veto power in exchange for access. 
  41. ink-stained wretches
    The New York Times Names a New CEOHe’s British.
  42. hoaxes
    Someone Created a Pretty Convincing Fake NYT Op-Ed Defending WikiLeaksBy “Bill Keller.” 
  43. sad things
    Shadid Said to Have Resisted Transfer to Syria According to a cousin, Anthony Shadid issued a “haunting directive” to his wife before going to Syria.
  44. media
    Jill Abramson’s Not-So-Secret Editorial Mission: More DogsThe New York Times has increased its canine coverage by 45 percent.
  45. ink-stained wretches
    Gray Lady Hires Spencer Stuart to Look for CEOThe New York Times Company has hired executive recruiting firm Spencer Stuart to look for a new CEO.
  46. ink-stained wretches
    The NYT Ups Its Paywall: Only Ten Free Articles Per MonthTo increase its subscriber base.
  47. ink-stained wretches
    Another Laid-Off Slate Staffer Got a Good Job Very QuicklyAt the Gray Lady.
  48. the oracle of omaha
    Warren Buffett Doesn’t Need Any More Tax BreaksReally! He said so himself.
  49. War-Injured Times Photographer Returns to Work, Lands on Page OneLess than a year after he lost both his legs in Afghanistan, Joao Silva is back behind the lens.
  50. ink-stained wretches
    Would You Like to Imagine for a Few Minutes That There Is No Such Thing As the Internet?Gay Talese does it every day!
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