New York Times
A New York Times correspondent was forced to leave China Monday after working there for more than a decade, after his visa was not renewed.
At the time of the first New Year’s celebration in Times Square, Theodore Roosevelt was president, the New York Yankees were still known as the New York Highlanders, and it had been less than a decade since Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island and the eastern Bronx had been annexed to New York City.
Since last February, the Knicks have explored multiple ways of dealing away Amar’e Stoudemire.
The New York Times has offered buyout packages to 30 newsroom staffers, and a report Monday said layoffs could follow.
Jack Taylor’s 138 point performance was like shooting fish in a barrel.
Members of the New York Times guild staged a walkout Monday afternoon, protesting the state of contract negotiations with regard to compensation and benefits.
The newspaper reported that his family said Sulzberger died Saturday at his home in Southampton, N.Y., after battling a long illness. He had retired in 1992 after three decades at the paper’s helm, and was succeeded by his son, Arthur Jr.
Two Democrats and two Republicans will compete in next Tuesday’s Connecticut primaries, in the hopes of securing their respective party’s nomination for the chance to fill the Senate seat of Joe Lieberman (D), who is retiring.
Andy Pettitte is recovering from a broken fibula and is hoping to return to the Yankees in September.
There is a demand for answers and changes in the wake of sex abuse allegations at a top New York private school. Alumni who say they were abused at Horace Mann School are talking to lawyers about their options.
Last Sunday, Amos Kamil, an alumnus of the school published a piece in the New York Times Magazine alleging a pattern of sexual abuse took place at the school back in the ’70’s.
The article names several members of the faculty who allegedly sexually abused or were suspected of inappropriate contact with students at the time.
At 37, Derek Jeter has discovered the fountain of youth — but he’s not letting anyone know of its secret location.
A 31-year-old man in search of a newspaper scaled the New York Times building on Sunday morning.
A police spokesman says the man got as far as the fifth floor, then came back down when officers told him to descend.