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How the ‘New York Times’ Protects its Journalists From Hackers and Spies

This week, CYBER speaks to Runa Sandvik, the senior director of information security at The New York Times about how she helps the Times journalists stay safe online and help them protect sources.
Motherboard Staff

Ligaya Mishan Is a Different Kind of Food Critic

Even beyond her New York Times column that focuses on immigrant foods, Mishan has emerged as an activist voice for Asian-Americans.
Mitchell Kuga
The VICE Guide to Right Now

That Anonymous 'NYT' Op-Ed Spawned Some Darkly Amusing Memes

The president is tweeting about treason but at least we can all joke about it online!
Peter Slattery

The Woman Who Filmed How The New York Times Reports on Trump

Liz Garbus's new docuseries, "The Fourth Estate," gets to the heart of how free press is essential to democracy—and Donald Trump's attempts to undermine that.
Broadly Staff
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81 Artists Explore the Newspaper as Art Object

In the era of “fake news,” an exhibition examines how The New York Times has been used by artists to investigate pressing issues.
Antwaun Sargent
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Comey Asked for More Russia Probe Money Days Before He Was Fired

He reportedly asked Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein—the same guy who recommended Comey be fired—for funds last week.
Lauren Messman
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The Met Museum May Start Charging Tourists

The museum's new proposal is awaiting approval from the New York City Mayor's office.
Nathaniel Ainley

These Abstract Paper Profiles Have Something to Say about the World

From political heads to culture-shaking events, Mike McQuade rushes in with scissors and paper to strip down current events.
Diana Shi

Two Centuries of New York Times Covers Show How Images Infiltrated the News

A data artist made a timelapse video showing every cover of the New York Times from 1852 to now.
Nathaniel Ainley
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Corey Lewandowski Said the NYT Executive Editor 'Should Be in Jail'

But the fact that the paper published Trump's tax returns isn't enough to lock someone up.
Lauren Messman

'Author: The JT Leroy Story' Goes Inside One of the Greatest Scandals in Modern Literature

Director Jeff Feurzeig's film tells us the story of Laura Albert, the woman who fooled the nation with her fictional alter-ego.
VICE Staff

The Internet Is (Still) for Porn

Pixels, porn, proliferation. Read an excerpt from Virginia Heffernan's 'Magic and Loss: The Internet as Art.'
Virginia Heffernan