The New York Times opinion page posted a series of tweets on Wednesday encouraging readers to call their senators and voice opposition to the Republican tax bill.
The New York Times and Newsweek on Monday ran opinion pieces arguing that recently deceased murderer Charles Manson was similar to both the far right and President Donald Trump.
In a Sunday New York Times op-ed, a law school professor wrote he will teach his young children to distrust those of another race.
Joe Biden writes in his new book that President Barack Obama once told him that he would have appointed him president if he could and told him he would “be the best president.”
The front page of the New York Times Monday morning was shocking. A woman won the New York City marathon! Impossible!
The New York City Police Department announced it is gathering evidence on an actress’s credible accusation of rape by Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein.
Hillary Clinton dismisses the idea that the Democratic primary was rigged for her in her 2016 election memoir What Happened, which has been praised by numerous reviewers as a “candid” examination of her run for the White House.
President Donald Trump acted relaxed Wednesday as he chatted about current legal controversies swirling around Washington, D.C.
The former chief U.S. Supreme Court reporter for the New York Times admits in her new book to having made monthly donations to Planned Parenthood during the 40 years she worked at the paper, despite insisting her coverage always remained objective.