An investigation by The New York Times revealed how Facebook fought back against critics during a flood of crises — with delays, denials and an influence campaign in Washington.
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Reporting on secretive technology companies sometimes means finding people who don’t want to be found. Jack Nicas, who covers Apple, relies on some old-school methods.
Russian meddling, data sharing, hate speech — the social network faced one scandal after another. This is how Mark Zuckerberg and Sheryl Sandberg responded.
Justin Phillip Reed’s ‘Indecency’ Wins for Poetry; Jeffrey C. Stewart’s ‘The New Negro’ Takes the Nonfiction Prize
Our comic book reporter looks at how Stan Lee — the character and the person — recurred throughout his life.
The dispute over the press credentials of the correspondent Jim Acosta has become a potentially significant legal showdown over journalists’ rights. A judge will issue a ruling on Thursday.
The animated commercial for the food retailer Iceland, featuring a baby orangutan, noted that the palm oil industry contributed to the destruction of rain forests and habitats.
Google Photos, introduced in 2015, has become one of the most emotionally resonant pieces of technology today. It is also shaping our narratives along the way.
Some social media users thought the magazine was calling the tennis star’s femininity into question. But GQ said the punctuation choice was a famous designer’s trademark.
The first lady’s memoir arrives just ahead of her multicity arena tour.
The move makes Dinnage, the global head of Discovery Channel’s Animal Planet, one of the most high-profile women in sports.
HBO has officially kicked off marketing for the eighth and final season of the fantasy epic, the biggest hit in its history.
The network, citing violations of the First and Fifth Amendments, asked a federal court to reinstate his press credentials, which were revoked after an exchange with President Trump last week.
Following a media-wide trend, a web pioneer finally decides to put a price tag on its online offerings: A digital subscription will cost $5 a month, or $50 a year.
Veterans of presidential campaigns offer reporters options for dealing with a president who loves making them part of the show.
Influencers are so 2014. And microinfluencers are so last week. Now advertisers see value in people with as few as 1,000 followers: the nanoinfluencers.
The latest adaptation of the classic Christmas story was a big No. 1. But two other new films, “Overlord” and “The Girl in the Spider’s Web,” struggled.
A Latvian refugee, he helped found Soho Press, a champion of emerging authors, and edited James Baldwin’s last novel. His own writing career came later.
The president, speaking on the South Lawn before leaving for a brief jaunt to Paris, also targeted the reporter April D. Ryan with an unprompted diatribe in which he called her a “loser.”
Curry talks about her PBS series “We’ll Meet Again,” her own place in the #MeToo movement, and the issues of truth and trust in journalism.
Meredith acquired the title with a $2.8 billion acquisition of Time Inc. last November, in a deal that made it the largest magazine publisher in America.
Reforms are in doubt. Consolidation is threatening jobs. And Netflix is changing the very definition of film.
Despite Disney’s record annual profit of $12.6 billion, Wall Street is waiting for its high-risk plan to roll out a streaming service late next year.
The White House press secretary, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, posted a clip from a contributor to Infowars, the far-right site banned by YouTube, Facebook and Twitter.
He toured the world, often to record the aftermath of calamity, and collaborated on books with acclaimed writers.
Here’s what happened when two Times tech reporters installed Facebook’s new Portal video-calling gadgets in their bedrooms.