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Blake News 6h
We did something different this time: pre-fact checked the debate
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Kevin Roose 2h
The engagement numbers on Save the Children FB posts (most of which don't show up in CrowdTangle or other data sources, since they're by regular people, not celebs or influencers) are wild. Each of these posts got more than 2x as many shares as the NYT's biggest Trump tax post.
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J. David Goodman 2h
Governor Cuomo says resumption of indoor dining will proceed as planned tomorrow in NYC, despite worrying uptick in some communities in Brooklyn and Queens
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Erin Durkin 2h
Today's positive test rate of 3.25% is a level last seen on June 3.
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Michael Barbaro 2h
Replying to @KevinMaddenDC
Do different times and candidates call for different approaches, is I guess what I'm wondering.
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Michael Barbaro 2h
Replying to @KevinMaddenDC
Not sure about this. If you fail to fact-check blatantly false statements, which is what Chris Wallace says he has no interest in doing (with a president who says false things every day), is that good moderating? Does it helps make debates a public service?
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Michael Barbaro 2h
The latest bad news from the NYC Board of Elections, which has struggled to pull off elections for YEARS, long before the pandemic. Every two or four years, there's a highly avoidable crisis.
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Michael Barbaro 2h
You may need to wait for a book WAY down the road for this kind of info.
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Michael Barbaro 3h
Thanks, Mervyn. We're grateful to you and those who subscribe to make this kind of reporting possible.
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Emma G. Fitzsimmons 7h
A sobering front page story by on New York City’s financial crisis: “We’re on the verge of a tragedy. I don’t know what’s going to happen to the city.”
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Eliza Shapiro 4h
Really alarming news - NYC’s test positivity rate is over 3 percent today - tripled in the last few days. If we are at over 3 percent for the next 7 days all public schools will automatically close. This is a big deal
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Jody Avirgan 4h
Even if you're read all the coverage, even if you have kinda known this in your bones for five years now, it's still worth listening to this episode. It puts it all in incredibly plain and stark terms -- really well done.
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Michael Barbaro 5h
Need some help wading through The Times' monumental investigation into the president's tax records? The incomparable and walk us through it. Made by , Alex Young, and .
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Ben Smith Sep 28
This is a great piece about media now from ⁦
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Michael Barbaro 14h
Tomorrow's Daily Tonight (now with enough actual space for our billboard)
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The Hill Sep 28
CNN's Poppy Harlow to WH Spox Brian Morgenstern: "These are remarkable reporters from the NYTimes... It is not OK for you to accuse them with no facts of coordinating with the Democratic Party. Please stop doing that or this interview will end. Brian, stop attacking the press."
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Rukmini Callimachi 16h
A juror involved in last week's Breonna Taylor has come forward anonymously to claim that the attorney general misrepresented their deliberations:
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Marc Lacey 17h
Part two of "The President's Taxes" has arrived. Worth staying up for.
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Michael Barbaro 18h
Tomorrow's Daily tonight. The President's Taxes
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Rukmini Callimachi Sep 25
1. Big news out of Canada: Abu Huzayfah has been arrested on a terrorist “hoax” charge. The narrative tension of our podcast “Caliphate” is the question of whether his account is true. In Chapter 6 we explain the conflicting strands of his story, and what we can and can’t confirm
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