There was a day, not so very long ago, when one newspaper shone brighter than all others: The New York Times.
The Gray Lady each day gathered up “All the News That’s Fit to Print” as it ruled over the journalistic world, becoming the “newspaper of record” in America. If it wasn’t in The Times, it wasn’t all that important. For a century and a half, the paper — which has won 127 Pulitzer Prizes, far more than any other — adhered to the highest of standards.
But not anymore. Not even close.
For more than two years, the editors at The Times produced hundreds of weak articles pushing a story they claimed was solid as a rock: President Trump and his […]
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