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What an Oscar-nominated documentary filmmaker learned by embedding herself with The New York Times as it covered the first year of Trump’s presi...
In Liz Garbus' "The Fourth Estate," the Showtime docuseries gives an inside look at how the paper has covered Trump in the first year of his presidency. While also capturing why right now good journalism is more important than ever.
A new documentary series premieres Sunday night that follows top political reporters and editors from The New York Times as they report in the first year of the press-opposed landscape of President Donald Trump's administration.
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‘Fast and Furious’ movies might cause hyped-up audiences to drive too fast, according to a NYT study of speeding tickets
"The Fast and the Furious" may cause an increase in speeding, according to a New York Times study of traffic tickets in Montgomery County, Maryland.
How reporters Jodi Kantor, Irin Carmon, and Kim Masters exposed sexual harassment and started a national reckoning
Three journalists have helped expose sexual harassment and start a national reckoning. Here's how they did it.
San Francisco rent is so expensive that a law firm bought a $3 million plane to fly its people in from Texas instead of having them live there
Rent in San Francisco is three times that in Houston. To cut costs, the law firm Patterson and Sheridan flies its Houston lawyers to the Bay Area monthly.
Former New York Times reporter says paper once killed story on Weinstein’s sexual harassment after pressure from Matt Damon and Russell Crowe
The founder of The Wrap said the New York Times gutted a story involving allegations of sexual harassment against the Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein in 2004.
Harvey Weinstein plans to sue The New York Times for a reported $50 million over its bombshell sexual harassment expose
Weinstein's lawyer, who represented Hulk Hogan in the Gawker case, has said that the studio mogul will be suing the publication.
This 1979 letter to The New York Times shows just how much Xerox hates people using its name as a verb
Xerox has long objected to the verbification of its corporate trademark.
New York Times columnist Bret Stephens responds to letter from climate scientists: ‘I find their reaction odd’
Bret Stephens' debut column in The New York Times on climate change prompted a firestorm of criticism from readers, activists, and scientists alike.