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Homeless mom's historic curse rocks Gray Lady
December 13, 2013

A homeless mom's historic curse in America's newspaper of record.

Do Readers Give Infographics a Free Pass?
Why we need to learn to scrutinize them like any other journalism
November 22, 2013

Why we need to learn to scrutinize them like any other journalism

David Leonhardt Explains How the NYT Will Replace Nate Silver
November 20, 2013

Meet the future of the New York Times

The Media Needs to Stop Stigmatizing Our Best Weapon Against Heroin Addiction
November 19, 2013

Earlier this year, I followed Senator Joe Manchin to town hall meetings with constituents in southern West Virginia to see how voters were reacting to his role in pushing for expanded background checks for gun purchases.

Don’t Panic! The ‘Times’ Is Losing Staff, But It Will Be Fine
November 13, 2013

In August, reporting an article about The New York Times’ future, I spoke to Sam Sifton, the former national editor now in charge of various nascent digital initiatives that the paper hopes will allow it to secure more paying customers.

The New York Times Was Wrong: The Senate Is Still an Old Boys' Club
October 18, 2013

The New York Times story earlier this week on how “Senate Women Lead in Effort to Find Accord,” about a group of five women senators, left a bad taste in my mouth.

New York's Campaign-Finance Law Worked, but New Yorkers Still Won't Celebrate It
September 16, 2013

The second-day story from New York City’s primaries last week could have been the exceptional performance of the city’s unique system of small-donor public financing.

White People Love Hiking. Minorities Don't. Here's Why.
September 06, 2013

White people simply love to spend their free time walking up and down mountains and sleeping in the forest. Search "hiking" in Google Images and see how far you have to scroll to find a nonwhite person.

Swarthmore v. Student in a Battle over Rape
August 29, 2013

Last spring, Swarthmore joined the growing list of prestigious colleges induced to rewrite their sexual misconduct policies after students told the federal government the schools belittled their reports of assault.