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Mar 21 2019
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We Should Probably Talk About Lauren Duca

In the thousand years since Donald Trump sailed down an escalator and crash-landed with a wet thump in the Oval Office, a lot of Americans have changed, for good or ill. Many of us are more political or more cynical, impassioned or deflated, hopeful or entirely gutted. The time before this presidency can seem

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Mar 13 2019
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Who Is We?

This past December, the New York Times ran a perfectly anodyne post promoting a new episode of The Daily, its popular podcast, and found itself mildly embarrassed. The problem wasn’t the actual substance of what it had published, a straightforward accounting of how the national-security establishment’s fixation on

Mar 8 2019
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You Can't Keep Glenn Thrush Down (Because the <i>New York Times</i> Keeps Handing Him Plum Assignments Despite His Losing the White House Beat Over Sexual Misconduct Allegations)

In November 2017, Vox published a story in which Glenn Thrush, then the White House correspondent for the New York Times, was accused of sexually inappropriate behavior towards female colleagues. Thrush, who’d been one of the most visible Times reporters in DC—he was frequently seen in the White House press briefing

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