The zealots on 41st Street have no patience for competing points of view
The Palestinian president’s recent apology shows that a little bit of pressure from progressives is all that it takes for him to change course. What a pity the press, the UN, and others have been so silent for so long.
It’s Been Two Days; Why Hasn’t the Times Reporter Who Called the PA’s Pay-for-Slay Program Fake News Apologized?
An anatomy of incompetence and malice
Experts see no way to alleviate the economic crisis. Except, you know, not spending billions of dollars on trying to murder Jews.
Because they have lost the ability to cover real news when it happens
The answer is no, but the paper should do a better job challenging its readers to read
Forget Waldman and Chabon and try Castel-Bloom, Feuerman, and Gavron instead
And that’s probably because it reads The New York Times and the Guardian
What Roxane Gay’s attack on Benioff and Weiss says about America today
Sheila Michaels, the trailblazing feminist who passed away recently, is only the latest notable Member of the Tribe whose ethnic and religious identity was erased by the Paper of Record
In an op-ed for The New York Times, Lewinsky muses on how the late Roger Ailes turned television—via her relationship with Bill Clinton—into a ‘modern coliseum…of shame and vitriol’
‘New York Times’ columnist Charles M. Blow did not mince his words with Trump’s National Diversity Coalition director Bruce LeVell during a segment on CNN
Another day, another ridiculous opinion piece in the paper of record
The New York Times opposes women-only swimming hours for Orthodox Jews, but the paper has been silent on the same accommodations for Muslim women
Jonathan Weisman was hit with a flurry of hateful messages after he tweeted articles critical of Trump
An ad printed in last Sunday’s New York Times spelled a Hebrew Hanukkah greeting wrong. Way wrong.
The newspaper settles the ‘explosive historical question that cuts to the essence of competing claims to what may be the world’s most contested piece of real estate’
To preserve Schmalz’s work, author Samuel G. Freedman has begun a Kickstarter campaign to fund an audio documentary and book project
Was his comment really worse than American politicians’ electioneering?