Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Reader Center Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Reader Center | What if You Could Literally Talk to The New York Times? Supported by Dan Sanchez, editorial lead for our new voice initiative — enabling you to “hear the news,” straight from Times journalists, via Alexa — answers questions about what that conversation could be like. ByLela Moore Jan. 14, 2019 Times Insider explains who we are and what we do, and delivers behind-the-scenes insights into how our journalism comes together. More than two-thirds of smart-speaker owners in the United States use them to listen to the news, according to a 2018 Nielsen survey released at the end of September. Soon after that survey was released, a team of students who built an app for Alexa-enabled devices in a “computational journalism” class at Stanford concluded that opportunities for … [Read more...] about What if You Could Literally Talk to The New York Times?
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caption Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. source Reuters / Stephen Lam An explosive New York Times report delved into how Facebook’s leadership dealt with scandals over the past few years. Facebook published a blog post refuting elements of the report, such as Russian interference, political point-scoring, and Zuckerberg banning his executives from using iPhones. Business Insider has broken down Facebook’s objections alongside the Times’ reporting. Facebook inner workings were laid bare on Wednesday by a New York Times report that went into gory detail about how the social network’s leadership struggled to contend with a series of scandals. Facebook on Thursday delivered a riposte in the form of a blog post, which listed the ways in which it claims the Times misrepresented the facts. Here is a breakdown of Facebook’s objections: 1. Facebook discouraged its security chief, Alex Stamos, from looking into … [Read more...] about Facebook hits back at The New York Times, pointing out the inaccuracies in its blockbuster report on leadership missteps
President Donald Trump has badmouthed his hometown newspaper’s reporting as “sick,” “weak,” and “nasty.” He even tells its reporters they work for the “failing New York Times.” But in moments of reflection, he’s allowed that it’s a “great, great American jewel.” The Grey Lady has long occupied space in Trump’s head — and, in happier times, his heart.Story Continued Below “A paper I once loved,” Trump wistfully recalled at a news conference last week. So, when the Times published its latest Trump exposé Tuesday evening detailing how the president’s mythology of becoming a self-made businessman appears to be the product of elaborate Trump family tax evasion schemes — and even outright fraud — it hit the White House like a thunderclap. One administration official said the president viewed the report as not only part of the newspaper’s animus toward him, but … [Read more...] about New exposé raises stakes in Trump’s love-hate affair with New York Times
Radio host Mark Levin warned fellow conservatives on Friday evening that they should not rush to conclusions about the New York Times‘ latest story alleging that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein had plotted against President Donald Trump. He warned that Trump’s enemies might be trying to goad him into firing Rosenstein before the midterm elections by leaking information from memoranda created by former Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe, who was fired in March for lying.The Times reported Friday that in 2017, Rosenstein had suggested recording Trump secretly, and had “discussed recruiting cabinet members to invoke the 25th Amendment to remove Mr. Trump from office for being unfit.” Rosenstein denied the latter claim, and Department of Justice sources suggested that Rosenstein had been speaking sacrastically about wearing a wire in meetings with Trump — in response, Levin said, citing sources, to McCabe’s animus against the … [Read more...] about Mark Levin: Don’t Fire Rod Rosenstein; New York Times Article May Be a Setup
Robert Mueller's office has called out allegedly inaccurate reporting on the Russia investigation in a new court filing.A footnote in a new court filing said stories published by The New York Times and Washington Post are inaccurate and irresponsible.Manafort has previously warned that a lot of the reporting about his investigation is wrong.Robert Mueller has attacked the media, including The New York Times and the Washington Post, for reporting "inaccurately" on the Russia investigation.The rebuke came in a court filing on Thursday, which asked a judge to issue a 19-page questionnaire to potential jurors in the special counsel's upcoming trial in Virginia against Paul Manafort.Manafort, who's currently in jail, is the one-time Trump campaign chief at the center of the investigation into Russia's interference in the 2016 election.Mueller is preparing to face Manafort in a Virginia court on July 25 and wants to ensure that jurors aren't biased by things they've read in the media before … [Read more...] about Mueller’s office attacks The New York Times, WaPo for ‘inaccurately’ reporting on his investigation