The week sure started strong.
The Journal‘s cheekily named new section — “Greater New York,” that’s some kind of pun, no? — arrived on Monday, followed on Tuesday by a hotly-anticipated Senate appearance for Lloyd Blankfein, Fabulous Fab, and the rest of the Goldman gang. Both were, to be honest, a bit of Read More
Linda Greenhouse–The Times‘ Supreme Court reporter emeritus–wrote on the paper’s Opinionator blog that she won’t be visiting the Grand Canyon anytime soon.
“Because I’m not going back to Arizona as long as it remains a police state, which is what the appalling anti-immigrant bill that Gov. Jan Brewer signed Read More
Former New York Times reporter Linda Greenhouse tells Radaronline.com’s Charles Kaiser that the most "gripping scene" she ever saw at the Supreme Court was when the 2003 decision of Lawrence v. Texas came down:
I think that was probably the most gripping scene I ever witnessed at the Court—when Kennedy Read More
For the first time in decades, The New York Times has a new Supreme Court reporter.
Adam Liptak, the Times’ national legal reporter, is taking over the position Linda Greenhouse—who covered the beat, off and on, for 30 years—vacated in February after taking a $300,000 buyout. Before Mr. Liptak was a reporter, he was Read More
Over the next few months, Linda Greenhouse will get $300,000 check from the Times and then she’ll be a "Journalist-in-Residence" at Yale Law. Romenesko with the memo.
It’s deadline day for buyouts at The Times!
And joining Pulitzer winner Linda Greenhouse on the payout line, is Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporter David Cay Johnston, who has submitted an application to volunteer for a buyout (Media Mob needs to qualify because technically the paper has the final say and will be reviewing applications Read More
Linda Greenhouse, the Pulitzer-winning diviner of the inner workings of the Supreme Court and one of the great New York Times institutions, has asked to leave the paper under a voluntary buyout program.
“For 30 years, my internal clock has been set to the Supreme Court’s calendar, but the buyout got my attention and it’s Read More