In the dark recesses of time, I was first a journalist and, subsequently, a newspaper editor. Our dedication to telling a story replete with verifiable facts was why we got up in the morning. It’s still why real journalists get up in the morning. Great article.
By Caitlin Kelly
My husband’s team Pulitzer prize…
Some of you might be readers of The New York Times, a newspaper some consider the best of the U.S. press, and my husband’s former employer of 31 years. I also write for them, freelance, several times a year.
The paper now has a new publisher, a member of the same family that bought it in 1896.
The Times will continue to search for the most important stories of our era with curiosity, courage and empathy — because we believe that improving the world starts with understanding it. The Times will continue to resist polarization and groupthink by giving voice to the breadth of ideas and experiences — because we believe journalism should help people think for themselves. The Times will hold itself to the highest standards of independence, rigor and fairness — because we believe…
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