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"She has a very similar set of grievances,” Haberman said of Ivanka Trump and the president.
Donald Trump’s foul mouth is forcing family-friendly newspapers to start publishing profanity.
"I Love You, Daddy" was supposed to have its New York City premiere on Thursday. It was abruptly cancelled following allegations in the New York Times.
The newspaper is seeking an apology as Trump's claim the paper leaked information becomes his latest attack on the press.
Some will regard Trump’s outlandish accusations as further attempts by the president to smear the publication.
The Times needs to hold itself accountable, especially during the Trump era.
How does the weekly Michael Kinsley column serve readers?
The New York Times article, written by Richard C. Paddock, touched on Duterte's childhood.
A conflicting collection of pre-recorded punditry evokes a strong reaction from the U.S. president.
Long before the rise of fake Facebook news, stories by The New York Times' Herbert Matthews portrayed Fidel as a genial democrat.
The president-elect said "no" when asked if he would rule out investigating Clinton over her family's charitable foundation or her use of a private email server.
New York Times reports that a $916 million loss in 1995 may have enabled the GOP nominee to legally avoid paying income taxes for 18 years.
A $916 million loss in 1995 may have allowed the GOP nominee to cancel an equivalent amount of taxable income for 18 years.
Security forces said they were carrying out a routine search.
Reporter Serge Kovaleski suffers from a congenital joint condition called arthrogryposis.
The "Times" aims to set itself apart from the VR competition in terms of quality and accessibility.
Greg Grandin admonished The New York Times Book Review for a conflict of interest—but Grandin had a book-review-related conflict of interest of his own.