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The newspaper shocked with two notable endorsements just weeks before the Iowa caucus, the first Democratic primary vote.
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The Center for Immigration Studies, an anti-immigration think tank, is categorized as a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center.
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"This is true only if you measure transparency by the president’s tweets," the newspaper's scathing editorial said.
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"I saw Eddie take a shot at probably a 12-year-old kid," one SEAL told investigators.
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This president has to go, even if it means Democratic control of Congress, members of the new Lincoln Project wrote in a New York Times op-ed.
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Donald Trump Jr.’s new book is a bestseller, thanks to GOP bulk purchases.
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Trump Jr. book boost is listed in latest campaign finance documents filed by the Republican National Committee.
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Fred Smith slammed the newspaper's report on how the company drove its tax bill down to zero in 2018.
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Documents obtained by The New York Times show how China has directed officials to handle the mass detention of Uighur Muslims.
Sports
The once-promising star athlete detailed horrifying weight-loss demands at Nike's now-defunct Oregon Project.
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Commissioners in Citrus County condemned the outlet and voiced support for the president during an October board meeting.
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The still-unnamed senior administration official's 2018 op-ed deepened concerns about President Donald Trump's fitness for office.
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Axios said Trump kept both apps on his iPhone XS Max despite the White House canceling subscriptions to both papers.
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Howard Kurtz said the White House's refusal to renew subscriptions to The New York Times and The Washington Post is "a symbolic slap."
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Hours before the decision was reported, Fox News aired an interview in which Trump railed against the papers as "fake."
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President Donald Trump reportedly suggested a series of brutal and illegal actions to prevent migrants from crossing the border.
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The president contacted other countries to help investigate the Mueller probe's origins "at Attorney General Barr's request," according to the Justice Department.
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Executive editor Dean Baquet is defending the decision amid criticism from readers and the whistleblower's lawyers.
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A.G. Sulzberger said the Trump administration has been complicit in a global effort to delegitimize the media, threatening reporters both at home and abroad.
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Reporters Robin Pogrebin and Kate Kelly said that Justice Brett Kavanaugh agreed to speak to them as long as they publicly said he declined the interview.