A few weeks ago, I wrote about some of the finest and strangest iterations of that esoteric form of journalism known as the "protective pool report."
These are the dispatches from reporters covering Barack Obama’s every move. They tell other reporters the clothes he wears, the food he eats, the basketball he plays and Read More
The New York Times Book Review released its 100 Notable Books of 2008.
Notably, there are a lot of New York Times writers on the list, among them:
- The Challenge: Hamdan v. Rumsfeld and the Fight Over Presidential Power by Jonathan Mahler.
- Condoleezza Rice: An Read More
Last week, Executive Editor Bill Keller told The New York Times newsroom at his bi-annual State of the Newsroom address that the reporting job to cover the Obama White House would be "pretty goddamn amazing." Likewise, Jill Abramson gushed to a crowd of Times readers on Election Night that the Obama administration would change Read More