Global Witness: The New York Times and Beyond Borders Bring Hard Truths Photography and Event Series to Scotland

Credit: Tomas Munita/ The New York Times Hard Truths: An Exhibition of Prize-Winning Photography from The New York Times will open at The Assembly Rooms on Friday, August 3 in conjunction with events at the Edinburgh International Book Festival and Beyond Borders International Festival. An arresting exhibition of news photography from the world’s leading photojournalists opens in Scotland next month,

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The New York Times Nominated For 7 News and Documentary Emmy Awards

The New York Times was nominated for seven News and Documentary Emmy Awards. As in years past, nominations recognized a wide range of our work across news, features and video, and interactives. The number of nominations is a reminder that our visual journalism — all of it — plays an important role as we fulfill our mission on behalf of

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Sex assault allegations against SCOTUS nominee

BREAKING NEWS Sex assault allegations against SCOTUS nominee Kavanaugh show Congress has ‘hit rock bottom,’ GOP Sen. John Kennedy says Sen. John Kennedy told “Fox News Sunday” the confirmation hearings for Judge Brett Kavanaugh is “an intergalactic freak show” and said he was embarrassed for Congress by the accusations of sexual misconduct leveled at the Supreme Court nominee. More on

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Statement of A.G. Sulzberger, Publisher, The New York Times, in Response to President Trump’s Tweet About Their Meeting

Credit: Todd Heisler/The New York Times Earlier this month, A.G. received a request from the White House to meet with President Trump. This was not unusual; there has been a long tradition of New York Times publishers holding such meetings with presidents and other public figures who have concerns about coverage. On July 20th, A.G. went to the White House,

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A Note From David Perpich: Jacqui Cheng is Departing Wirecutter

See below a note to staff from Wirecutter general manager David Perpich and editor in chief Jacqui Cheng:   “Team, I’m forwarding along a note that Jacqui sent moments earlier to the editorial organization (which means some of you have already seen this). As you’ll see, in it, she announces that she’ll be stepping down as Editor-in-Chief and transitioning into

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Cliff Levy Named Metro Editor

Cliff Levy, a two-time Pulitzer Prize winner and one of our greatest journalistic innovators, will be our next Metro editor. Read more in this note from Dean Baquet. I am pleased to announce that Cliff Levy, one of our greatest journalistic innovators, will take on a crucial role at the heart of our news report: driving coverage of New York

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Statements in Response to Criticism of the Hiring of Sarah Jeong to the Editorial Board in Opinion

Statement from The New York Times We hired Sarah Jeong because of the exceptional work she has done covering the internet and technology at a range of respected publications. Her journalism and the fact that she is a young Asian woman have made her a subject of frequent online harassment. For a period of time she responded to that harassment

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Brent Lewis Joins The New York Times as Photo Editor

Brent Lewis of The Washington Post will join a team of editors on the Business Desk, assigning visual coverage of technology, the economy and industry as well as enterprise stories for The Upshot, write Meaghan Looram and Beth Flynn. We are delighted to welcome Brent Lewis to The Times as a staff editor on the Photo desk. He will join

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Expanding Our Journalism in Australia

Jamie Tarabay, a veteran journalist with experience across the Middle East and Asia in a variety of mediums, will join our Sydney bureau as a correspondent this fall as we continue to expand our coverage and audience-engagement initiative in Australia. Credit: Vaughn Wallace Jamie, now a senior producer for CNN International based in Hong Kong, has previously worked for The

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