The New York Times editorial about the death of President George H. W. Bush cribs entire sentences and phrases from a past one released by the newspaper following his failed re-election bid in 1992.
The New York Times editorials about the last two elected Republican presidents to die, Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush, have strong similarities, calling them both fortunate in their foreign policy victories, comparing them positively to the current GOP office-holders, and bemoaning the negative state of politics under the current commanders in chief.
New York Times reporter Amy Chozick writes in a new profile of CBS anchor Gayle King that she fantasizes about covering a presidential campaign by billionaire Oprah Winfrey, albeit in a nonpartisan way.
The New York Times’ initial coverage of would-be political assassins and fringe figures James T. Hodgkinson in 2017 and Cesar Altieri Sayoc this week show a newfound focus for the paper of record on the political affinities of perpetrators in such crimes.
A New York Times columnist went after President Donald Trump on Wednesday, accusing him of making a false statement that he didn’t actually make.
The New York Times published a fictional piece imagining President Trump’s assassination at the hands of a Russian and a Secret Service agent.
A New York Times Magazine staff writer who co-bylined an article about Brett Kavanaugh being involved in a 1985 bar fight tweeted scathingly about Kavanaugh the night President Donald Trump nominated him for the Supreme Court.
The New York Times’ opinion section on Thursday deleted a tweet from its official account asking whether alleged sexual assault victim Christine Blasey Ford’s testimony is “credible.”
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein on Friday denied a New York Times report claiming that he suggested last year that he secretly record Donald Trump in the White House and discussed invoking the 25th Amendment to remove the president from office.