The editorial staff of NBC News Digital has voted 90-40 to join the NewsGuild of New York. The new bargaining unit includes reporters, video journalists, editors, social media strategists, designers and editorial staff from nbcnews.com, today.com, StayTuned, msnbc.com, and NBC News Now. “We are proud to officially welcome the staff of NBC News Digital to [
In an op-ed in The New York Times, former Fox News host Gretchen Carlson called on the network to release her from the non-disclosure agreement she signed back in 2017.
Rudy Giuliani privately sought hundreds of thousands of dollars in business from Ukrainian officials while trying to get dirt on former Vice President Joe Biden and his son, Hunter, The New York Times reported on Wednesday.
Newsweek analysis found that Trump Jr. referred to 30 separate articles from news outlets that have been dubbed "fake news" or otherwise attacked by himself or his father.
The Big Apple in December is glamorous and glittering - but that comes at a sky-high price. Here, Graham Boynton reveals why smart travellers should wait and visit New York in January.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s role in President Donald Trump’s efforts to solicit foreign election interference from Ukraine was further cemented by newly released State Department documents. “Internal State Department emails and documents released late Friday further implicate Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in a campaign orchestrated this year by President Trump and his personal [
Start spreading the news: The Knicks are dreadful. The Nets are not, even without KD and Kyrie. That and more from a two-game Black Friday in NYC.
"Who We Are: Visualizing NYC By the Numbers" approaches recent census information through an aesthetic lens, breaking the numbers down and using them to build something visually striking and thought-provoking. [ more › ]
Televised candidate interviews and editorial-board deliberations shake up the traditionally closed-door decision.
This is part two of excerpts from Michael Goodwin’s Pulliam Lecture at Hillsdale College. The separation of news from opinion was an ingrained part of the culture at The New York Times when I started there in the 1970s. As a young reporter, I knew the rule without understanding its significance. I only knew I