The strange stasis that has defined the interim leadership of former executive editor Joseph Lelyveld at The New York Times is almost at an end. And according to Times sources, publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr. has hinted to desk heads at the newspaper that it’ll happen before the month of July is halfway through.
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During the war in Afghanistan, magazine editors used to covering celebrity gowns and dot-com Nerf fights scrambled for real reporters with war experience. Now, with George W. Bush indicating that war will almost certainly come to Iraq, editors from non-newsweeklies are once again hunting and assigning reporting talent, trying to tear off whatever piece of Read More