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Artist David Choe on His New FX and Hulu Show

“If you want to come and try to cancel me, that’s OK,” says the artist, who made a fortune by…

10 Million Data Requests: How a Times Team Tracked Covid

The project began 18 months ago as a simple concept: Count every known U.S. case at the time. When the…

BuzzFeed Closes In on Deal to Go Public

The digital publisher is said to be on the verge of announcing a SPAC merger that would take the company…

How Press Freedom Is Being Eroded in Hong Kong

The forced closure of the pro-democracy Apple Daily newspaper is the latest worrisome sign for journalists in the Chinese territory.…

Nikole Hannah-Jones Says She Won’t Join U.N.C. Faculty Without Tenure

A letter from Ms. Hannah-Jones’s lawyers said an unnamed “powerful donor” had contributed to the University of North Carolina Board…

Richard Stolley, Founding Editor of People Magazine, Dies at 92

He also scored a major journalistic coup by securing the rights to the Zapruder film of John F. Kennedy’s assassination…

A Race ‘Report Card’ Measures Whether the Music Industry Changed

The Black Music Action Coalition issued a 37-page report examining if powerful companies followed through on diversity commitments made last…

Sundar Pichai Faces Internal Criticism at Google

Despite record profits, a number of them are worried that the company is suffering from both its size and leadership…

Tucker Carlson Calls Journalists ‘Animals.’ He’s Also Their Best Source.

His platform on Fox News made him a big player in Donald Trump’s circle. Off camera, he shapes the coverage…

When the Local Paper Shrank, These Journalists Started an Alternative

An ambitious news site, The New Bedford Light, has sprung up in an old New England whaling town to fill…