The New York Times reported Tuesday it had opened an investigation into its own reporter after the federal government alleged she had a romantic relationship with a source.
The New York Times editorial board made an impassioned plea Sunday for Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy to refrain from retiring in order to prevent President Donald Trump from securing another appointment to the court.
In an adapted excerpt of her new book “Chasing Hillary” published in the New York Times, the paper’s political reporter Amy Chozick flirts with the idea that maybe the media never should have covered the hacked DNC and Clinton campaign emails during the 2016 election.
In July 2015 the New York Times published the scoop of a lifetime when top Department of Justice sources told reporters that inspectors general at two separate agencies had asked the DOJ to open an investigation into Hillary Clinton’s email use after discovering the then-secretary of state had sent emails containing classified information.
“The Law Is Coming, Mr. Trump,” the New York Times editorial board crowed this morning. The paper’s editorial board was celebrating the recent FBI raid on the offices of Donald Trump attorney Michael Cohen. But in their zeal to indict Trump for his crimes, real or imagined, they ironically endorsed a view that threatens the very rule of law itself.
In a New York Times op-ed published Friday, a liberal journalist and film critic complained the new film “Chappaquiddick” was a “character assassination” of its central character, Democratic Senator Ted Kennedy.
The New York Times fired journalist Quinn Norton on Tuesday night, just hours after announcing that she joined the newspaper’s editorial board as its lead technology opinion writer.
A week after authorities arrested a would-be suicide bomber for detonating an explosive in a crowded New York City transit station, the New York Times ran a piece highlighting his charity work in Bangladesh.