"We believe many people don't understand the news as well as they would like," says editor David Leonhardt
Actor lashed out at Ben Brantley over his mixed review of the new Broadway show
Comedian says his former "30 Rock" co-star needs to "chill out"
The Brooklyn bred filmmaker railed at critical remarks about him in a New York Times essay
Critics feel a little let down by the direction of the former New York Times reporter's new site
Drama pilot will focus on relationship between a U.S. attorney and hedge fund billionaires
"Only the New York Times can somehow make comedy less funny!" says the MSNBC personality
The E! doyenne wrote a column in the Huffington Post criticizing the publication for how she was referenced in Carter's Jimmy Fallon story
Currently a columnist, he'll leave next month to head non-profit journalism start-up The Marshall Project
Allen's 28-year-old adopted daughter swears her only motivation for detailing sexual abuse at his hands "is the truth," and is bothered by "victim blaming" backlash
Former co-host tries to be on her best behavior seven years after breaking contract to leave the show
Updated: According to TheWrap's insider, the newspaper's editor killed the editorial alleging that Woody Allen sexually abused the girl as a 7-year-old
Public Editor Margaret Sullivan says Allen has asked for a chance to respond
Margaret Sullivan had ethical concerns about Kristof's blog post featuring Dylan Farrow's letter accusing Woody Allen of sexual abuse
TCA 2014: PBS documentary says newsrooms wrongly blamed Affirmative Action for Blair's lies
Public Editor Margaret Sullivan defends opinion of paper's former executive editor, but suggested it may have lacked sensitivity
"The Loudest Voice in the Room" will now be released Jan. 14, due in large part to huge buzz surrounding the unauthorized biography
Pogue, the former New York Times columnist, will lead the tech magazine
Brooks then proceeds to harsh Colorado's mellow
New York Times columnist Nicholas D. Kristof will henceforth be known as Nicholas Kristof -- the middle initial is ... stuffy?
"The likes spin out of control for selfies of me and my two handsome brothers, especially Dave, the other actor," Franco opines
Complex and Conde Nast are just two in a growing list of publishing companies who are betting online video can help their business thrive in...
TheWrap's Lucas Shaw explains why this is empty posturing until they hit politicians where it hurts -- their wallets.
New York Times political editor Carolyn Ryan teased a story Sunday that didn't arrive until after the Las Vegas Sun published it, inspiring the Twitter...
The news magazine folded print edition in 2012
The actress makes an appeal beyond sexual categories
FiveThirtyEight.com won't rely on SEO tricks
Award-winning Michael Forsythe placed on leave over piece that N.Y. Times says his editors would't run over fears of Chinese retribution
What's behind the exodus of name-brand talent from what was once the most prestigious job in journalism
Newspaper loses three high-profile staffers in one day