The New York Times’ star reporter understands better than anyone else what President Trump is really thinking.
The newspaper’s publisher was forced to reassure readers who cancelled their subscriptions over Stephens’ views on climate change.
The New York Times pleaded with Rod Rosenstein to “save your honor” and appoint a special counsel to investigate President Trump.
“The oligarchy emerging on Pennsylvania Avenue today is something not seen before.”
(JTA) — A jailed Palestinian leader who accused Israel of mistreating Palestinian prisoners “has become adept at rebranding Palestinian terrorism as legitimate ‘resistance,’” Israeli Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan wrote in a New York Times op-ed on Monday.
Stephens, a Pulitzer Prize winner for his work at the Wall Street Journal, has been criticized by his new colleagues for skepticism about climate change and comments about “the Arab mind.”
— The Public Editor of the New York Times took the newspaper to task for failing to identify Palestinian leader Marwan Barghouti as a convicted murderer of Israeli Jews. Public Editor Liz Spayd was responding to criticism of the newspaper for publishing on Sunday an Op-Ed by Barghouti titled “Why We Are on Hunger…
The Times’ Glenn Thrush praised our coverage of his friendship and work partnership with colleague Maggie Haberman.
“Since when are you Jewish?” Maggie Haberman asked. “Since they cut my foreskin off when I was a baby,” Glenn Thrush responded.
Today, The New York Times announced that its new co-chief theater critic would be Jesse Green, currently of New York Magazine.