At a public forum with Times readers, survivors reconnect to discuss if and how they can “find the humanity.”
I knew this was not going to go over well with the White House press office, which hates being blindsided by the president making news.
The president’s news-making in the age of the tweet and the push alert has produced something of a sensory overload that shortens the life span of even the most dominant stories.
The network said the longtime contributor “will still be invited on our shows” but won’t be paid. Katie Couric is among those calling on MSNBC to keep her.
Times reporters reflect on the conversations that stuck with them long after their assignments ended.
A document that looks like a court filing suggests Senator Chuck Schumer harassed a staff member, but the staff member said any such claims are false.