In recent weeks, The New York Times’ national desk has undergone quite a face-lift. There’s a new editor, Rick Berke. There is a new deputy editor in Adam Bryant. And there will be a new Los Angeles bureau chief in Adam Nagourney.
Two editors will leave the department—Suzanne Daley, the outgoing editor, and Dean Murphy, Read More
First John Tierney, and now this! In early 2007, fellow New York Times columnist Dan Barry will be giving up his “About New York” metro column to join the paper’s national desk.
In the yet-to-be-named column, Barry will be “taking his voice and his notebook beyond the Hudson to 47 other states,” Read More
There’s been another sudden exodus from Us magazine, casting doubt on the editorial stability of the monthly that really wants to be a weekly. Ever since editor Charles Leerhsen was hired from People last May, the magazine has been the scene of a seemingly never-ending game of musical chairs. Eight editors and writers left–some were Read More
New York Feminists Stand By Their Bill, Not By Broaddrick
Needless to say, Hillary Rodham Clinton was a hit.
Even before midday on Wednesday, March 3, when the incredible beatifying First Lady was due to dazzle the sisters who lunch at the Women’s Leadership Forum, a component of the Democratic National Committee, she Read More