Spoiler alert: New York City has a lot more buildings than it used to. This film from Reuben Hernandez and The New York Times shows how the New York City skyline has changed over the past 500 years. Mimicking the path of the elevator ride to the observatory atop 1 World Trade Center, Hernandez's film is a really lovely piece of animation. Show More Summary
Last year, Kalief Browder allowed me to interview him many times about his experience in the New York City criminal-justice system. At sixteen, he had been arrested in the Bronx for a robbery that he insisted he hadn’t committed. He endured three years on Rikers Island before his case was dismissed. Show More Summary
Country superstar Tim McGraw and hip-hop mogul Kanye West have been named as performers at this year's Time 100 Gala, taking place April 21st at New York City's Jazz at the Lincoln Center. The glitzy event will celebrate the magazine's annual list of the most influential people, whom it says...
Walmart workers are fighting back after the company closed five of its stores last week. The New York Times reported Sunday that a group of laid employees from the Walmart in Pico Rivera, California were planning to react to the closures by filing an injunction with the National Labor Relations Board. Show More Summary
Unlocking the door of a hotel room with the flick of a wrist will become the new reality for Starwood Hotels and Resorts this week. The chain is among more than 40 brands—which also include BMW, Target, Fandango, The New York Times and...Show More Summary
Daniel Berehulak’s coverage of the Ebola crisis in West Africa for The New York Times earned him the Pulitzer Prize for feature photography.
Billionaire brothers Charles and David Koch, the influential conservative donors, have settled on Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker as their top choice to win the 2016 Republican nomination for U.S. president, the New York Times reported on Monday. David Koch said at a fundraiser for the New York...
By Richard K. Barry Looks like we have a winner in the so-call "invisible primary" among Republican presidential hopefuls, which is, as the New York Times describes it, "a period where candidates crisscross the country seeking not the support of voters but the blessing of their party’s biggest donors and fund-raisers." The reason? Charles G. Show More Summary
Dozens of journalists and students packed into the World Room inside Pulitzer Hall at Columbia University for the 99th edition of the Pulitzer Prize announcements. The early-arriving crowd snacked on assorted cookies and sipped coffee while awaiting the 3pm dissemination of journalism's most prestigious awards. Show More Summary
The New York Times reports that Charles and David Koch endorsed a 2016 candidate who hasn't even announced a campaign yet — a certain Wisconsin governor they've helped before. “We will support whoever the candidate is," David Koch reportedly said at a New York State GOP fund-raiser on Monday. "But it... More »
Two of the most prominent and influential megadonors in the Republican Party reportedly have picked their man in the 2016 presidential race: Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (R). According to The New York Times, David Koch told a Monday gathering...Show More Summary
The 99th Pulitzer Prizes were awarded Monday, with The New York Times dominating in the journalism awards category and the fiction award going to Anthony Doerr’s All The Lights We Cannot See, a novel focusing on World War II. The jury...Show More Summary
Love always requires sacrifice. “Mindfulness” is a buzzword these days. As a recent article in the Sunday New York Times points out: ... mindfulness has come to comprise a dizzying range of meanings for popular audiences. It’s an intimately attentive frame of mind. Show More Summary
The late David Carr, of 'The New York Times,' was a finalist for his columns on the media whose subjects range from threats to cable television's profit-making power to ISIS's use of modern media to menace its enemies. read more
Photographers capturing the Ebola epidemic in West Africa and turmoil in Ferguson, Miss. took home this year's Pulitzer prizes for Feature and Breaking News Photography. Daniel Berehulak, a freelancer shooting for the New York Times, was honored for his images from West Africa where he spent four months in the Ebola zone. Show More Summary
The New York Times columnist says he wants to complicate how we see power, but all he does it flatten it
Judith Miller, the ex-New York Times reporter whose coverage of Saddam Hussein and his alleged weapons of mass destruction was widely discredited in the wake of the Iraq War, appeared on MSNBC's "Morning Joe" as part of a renewed attempt...Show More Summary
The Post and Courier won its award for a series on domestic abuse; two of The New York Times’s awards were for its Ebola coverage.
Joe Conason probably knows more about the anti-Clinton scandal machine than anyone alive, and he's quick to catch the fine hand of Rupert Murdoch in the latest one: Today’s New York Times reports that the paper of record — along with...Show More Summary
The New York Times led the Pulitzer Prizes with awards for its coverage and photos of the Ebola crisis in Africa and a shared nod for investigative work. Bloomberg News won its first Pulitzer for... To view the full story, click the title link.