The news publisher and maker of ChatGPT have held tense negotiations over striking a licensing deal for the use of the paper's articles to train the chatbot. Now, legal action is being considered.
Thursday on Political Rewind: Fox News hosts spread election conspiracies they knew were false. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is trying to overturn laws that shield journalists from lawsuits. In Georgia, reporters battle the state's open record process. Our panel speaks on the problems facing the press.
Writers--some with bylines in the Times — and LGBTQ advocates have signed open letters accusing the paper of biased coverage.
More than 1,100 of the newspaper's journalists say they'll strike Thursday over the paper's failure to meet the union's demand for pay raises.
Monday on Political Rewind: The woman who claims Herschel Walker paid for a 2009 abortion told Maya King from The New York Times that he tried to convince her to terminate a second pregnancy. Meanwhile, Republican senators come to Georgia to campaign for Walker.
In 1932, The New York Times' Walter Duranty won a Pulitzer for stories defending Soviet policies that led to the deaths of millions of Ukrainians. The Times disavows his work but not the prize.
The former vice presidential candidate filed with the Federal Election Commission to run for the late Don Young's House seat. Former President Trump endorsed Palin on Sunday.
It was a one-two punch for Sarah Palin: The verdict came a day after the presiding judge said he would dismiss the case because Palin's lawyers failed to meet the legal standard of actual malice.
Palin sued the newspaper over a 2017 editorial that wrongly linked an ad by her political action committee to the shooting of then-Rep. Gabby Giffords in 2011.
Sarah Palin said she lost sleep after a 2017 New York Times editorial falsely linked an ad from her political action committee to a mass shooting years earlier. She has sued the paper for defamation.
Former New York Times editorial page editor James Bennet testified Tuesday he was to blame for an incorrect passage about former Gov. Sarah Palin in a 2017 editorial on heated political rhetoric.
Thursday on Political Rewind: As businesses continue to open up, many Americans are looking forward to returning to their local movie theaters. As New York Times chief film critic A.O. Scott writes in his recent piece, “What I Learned About Democracy From the Movie,” he received as much of his education about American life from what he saw in the movies as he did from teachers and parents.
Science reporter Don McNeil Jr. admitted he was wrong to have used a racial slur. Producer Andy Mills said he had learned from past misbehavior but a "pressure campaign" made it impossible to stay.
After an internal review, The New York Times now says it built the 2018 podcast Caliphate on a story it cannot vouch for. It says star reporter Rukmini Callimachi will no longer cover terrorism.
NPR's Scott Simon remembers New York Times columnist Jim Dwyer, who died from cancer this week at the age of 63.