Peter Baker, the chief White House correspondent for The New York Times, is in talks to become the newspaper’s Jerusalem bureau chief.
Sarah Maslin Nir, 32, got her start at The New York Times in 2009 after she stayed up for 24 hours straight to cold pitch one of the editors. She sent him almost a dozen stories in one night and the next morning received word that two had been accepted.
Last week, I opened The New York Times to Rick Gladstone’s article, “Historical Certainty Proves Elusive at Jerusalem’s Holiest Place,” happy that the newspaper of record would explain to its audience the historical context of this embattled piece of real estate.
The New York Times walked back an article that questioned whether two Jewish temples ever existed on the site of the Temple Mount in Jerusalem.
The New York Times’ public editor called a graphic about the Iran nuclear deal that singled out Jewish lawmakers “insensitive and inappropriate.”
Jewish supporters of the Iran nuclear deal have published a full-page New York Times ad backing the agreement signed by 26 current and former prominent communal leaders.
In the New York Times, Letty Cottin Pogrebin slammed those criticizing Hillary Clinton’s feminism as ‘out of style.’ Anne Cohen writes that questioning Hillary isn’t a ‘feminist catfight.’ It’s important.
The internet is justly furious over pictures of New York Times employees making light of massacres. Anne Cohen explains why Jews should be especially sensitive to such displays.
Michael Oren’s new book includes an account of a pointed dispute with New York Times editorial page editor Andrew Rosenthal. But did it really happen that way?
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey said at a campaign rally that “Jewish capital” was behind The New York Times.