New York Times staff editor Juliet Lapidos apologized Wednesday to the Huffington Post’s Sam Stein and Michael Calderone for a joke at HuffPo’s expense during her employer’s hours-long Internet blackout.
New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman is facing criticism from the pro-Israel community following a Tuesday article that incorrectly asserted that Israeli settlers had assassinated former Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin.
The New York Times appended a correction on Wednesday to an inaccurate piece that had claimed the U.S. views Israeli settlements as illegal.
The New York Times Jerusalem bureau chief Jodi Rudoren is under renewed criticism from the pro-Israel community for articles critics say slant toward the Palestinian Authority and misrepresent U.S. policy towards Israel.
I have been studying the transcript of the recent New York Times interview of President Barack Obama. It is a remarkable document—remarkable not for the facts it contains, but for the way it reveals the mentalities of the participants. Remarkable, too, in so far as the transcript allows a curious reader to see, in detail, how journalism is manufactured.
The New York Times reported on Secretary of State John Kerry’s preoccupation with the stagnant Israeli-Palestinian peace process, even as neighboring Egypt, Syria, and Turkey plunge into turmoil.
The New York Times inaccurately referred to a conservative nonprofit as an “advocacy group” in a Tuesday piece on organizations backing immigration reform efforts.