Law enforcement officials had been alerted as early as 2014 that Ahmad Khan Rahami, the suspect in this weekend’s attempted bombings in New York and New Jersey, was becoming radicalized and could carry out terrorist attacks, the New York Times reported Tuesday.
Hillary Clinton’s new book Stronger Together is a “flop” after selling less than 3,000 copies in its first week on sale, the New York Times reported Wednesday.
The computer specialist who deleted Hillary Clinton’s emails and flouted orders from Congress to preserve them was granted immunity by the Department of Justice during the investigation into her private email server, the New York Times reports.
The New York Times incorrectly reported Thursday that Aleppo was the “de facto capital of the Islamic State” in a story about Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson’s earlier gaffe about the city.
White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest chastised a New York Times media columnist in a letter Tuesday for not acknowledging “the important and unprecedented steps the Obama administration has taken” to be the most transparent White House in history.
The FBI is investigating the computer networks of reporters at U.S. news organizations, including the New York Times, that were breached by suspected Russian government hackers, CNN reported Tuesday.
New York Times attorneys will head to federal court Tuesday to begin proceedings in a lawsuit against the Justice Department aiming to force the Pentagon to release Defense Secretary Ash Carter’s emails sent and received from his private account.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has apologized for her recent public attacks on Republican nominee Donald Trump and his candidacy for president.