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The New York Times, which famously insists on the accuracy of its reports, was red faced Sunday after being fooled by a hoax online editorial posted under the name of ex-boss Bill Keller.
The editorial, titled “WikiLeaks, a Post Postscript,” was purportedly published over the weekend by the Times and in every way appears to be the real thing from Keller, who until last September was the paper’s executive editor.
The article appeared on a web pa
In a New York Times opinion piece, a sitting state supreme court judge writes of his cancer and the palliative drug he depends on
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The New York Times recently published an advertisement purchased by an atheist organization called “It’s Time to Consider Quitting The Catholic Church.” But when another organization tried to buy a similar advertisement against Islam, the newspaper decided not to immediately publish the ad, causing some to question whether or not the newspaper has a double standard on religion.
Music on our 8tracks playlist that is perfect for listening to while eating brunch and reading your Sunday New York Times.
Every habit-forming activity follows the same behavioral and neurological patterns, says New York Times business writer Charles Duhigg.
His new book The Power of Habit explores the science behind why we do what we do and how companies are working to use our habits to market products to us.
Wine may have previously appeared to be better at extending life only because those who drink it are generally in better health, the New York Times explains.
Researchers studied 802 men and women ages 55 to 65 for 20 years.
The New York Times has a story today about how the recession has caused consumers to stop buying green products, citing plummeting sales of mainstream brands’ green products as a sign that “consumers’ love affair” with green has faded like “a bad infatuation.”