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|Archived Since:||March 7, 2008|
An Op-Ed piece endorsing Hillary Clinton by Michael J. Morell, a former top C.I.A. official, does not disclose that Morell works at a Washington consulting firm with connections to Clinton.
Hillary Clinton ignited criticism with claims she made about her email use in an interview with Fox News, but don't look for it in The Times.
A Times story claiming that Bill Clinton's convention speech sexualized Hillary Clinton has readers scratching their heads.
The salacious details of cyberattacks draw the biggest headlines, but are they the biggest part of the story?
If Melania Trump is a Ms. while Michelle Obama is a Mrs., does that mean The Times is up to something? Not really.
A few thoughts before packing up my Monocle Meter...
Readers complain that a positive story became disparaging without any notice
The Times has a new policy intended to limit anonymity to when it’s truly justified.
A reader objects, on the grounds of accuracy, to last week’s No. 1 comment.
A reader marks up the home page of The Times and bemoans the frequency of a particular name.
A Spanish-language site goes live, joining a Chinese-language site, with more to come.
Mark Landler responds to a reader query about a troubling practice, calling it ‘a serious breach of journalistic ethics.’
A new documentary underlines the need to dig deep in reporting on ISIS and American government policy.
Bernie Sanders supporters came out in force opposing Times editorial board's endorsement of Hillary Clinton, but the top opinion editor said he expected it.
The Times wrote early about the problems, but then dropped the subject for many months
An editor explains the reason behind publishing a 2002 photo with a news story about a recent Jakarta bombing.
The Times prefers to focus on original work, the top opinion editor says.
Readers feel “populist schadenfreude” after a top restaurant was downgraded by The Times's restaurant critic.