Too often, the media's lack of diversity is blamed on minorities themselves.
The moves make official what's already been the reality in the newsroom.
But run-of-the-mill campaigning quickly turned into media outrage as aides to Hillary Clinton reined in journalists with
Clinton, the Democratic frontrunner, was trailed this week by journalists -- and Republican contender Carly Fiorina -- in
Washington bureau chief Carolyn Ryan wrote in the memo that Lichtblau will partner with reporter Nicholas Confessore, who
The Halbfinger move comes on the heels of executive editor Dean Baquet announcing management changes in anticipation of the
Current and former colleagues say Ryan urges reporters to dig into tensions and conflicts among key players in American politics
Disclosure: This reporter worked at Politico from 2007-2010. One of the Times' main goals, he added, “is to have something
Politico reported the news on Wednesday. Ryan ascends to the position from her current role as political editor, which she
New York Times makes major moves.