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After Bret Stephens regurgitated criticisms of his colleagues’ 1619 Project, NYT brass held a meeting to clarify who at the paper can write about what.
Trump spent the rally calling for the return of college football and warning that "residents of antifa" are coming to a suburb near you.
In his in his quest to block schools from using federal money to teach the 1619 Project, the Arkansas Republican has riled Nikole Hannah-Jones.
As journalists wage a civil war, America's leading media ethicist doesn't seem to quite understand what anyone is fighting about.
Working on puzzles side-by-side has always been a ritual for us. Even with quarantine keeping us apart, we found a way to hold on to it.
600 people have signed a letter to the executive director of puzzles at the New York Times, asking the department to stop specifically catering to older white men.
"Please stress that I tried to get out of answering hard questions by saying it's my first day," said Ben Smith.
The paper's standards editor will now "formally work with and advise the Opinion department."
A recent New York Times report highlights "cycle-syncing," which isn't backed by science, and will certainly upend your life.
She'd rather talk about total "costs" to Americans.