NY Times Contributors and LGBTQ Advocates Send Open Letters Criticizing Paper's Trans Coverage
Hundreds of current and former contributors to the paper say the Times’ coverage of transgender people has violated its editorial guidelines.
3 Men Charged in Fatal Prison Beating of Notorious Mob Boss Whitey Bulger
Fifty-five-year-old Fotios “Freddy” Geas, 48-year-old Paul “Pauly” DeCologero, and 36-year-old Sean McKinnon were charged with conspiracy to commit first-degree murder in the beating death of Boston mobster James “Whitey” Bulger in a West Virginia prison in 2018
‘Wordle' Board Game Coming Soon
You’ll be able to play “Wordle” a lot more than once a day thanks to this new board game version of the digital game.
Is Wordle Getting Harder? Fans Have Questions After Game Acquired by The New York Times
The New York Times “categorically” denies making the popular word game more difficult since acquiring it last month. “No, we did not make Wordle harder,” the paper’s games chief says
NYT Reporter Who Broke Gender Barrier in NHL Locker Rooms Dies
Robin Herman, a gender barrier-breaking reporter for The New York Times who was the first female journalist to interview players in the locker room after an NHL game, has died.
Judge Upholds Ruling Against NYT Over Project Veritas Memos
A New York judge has ordered The New York Times to relinquish confidential legal memos it obtained between conservative group Project Veritas and its lawyer.