Kudos to Jim Dwyer and Kevin Flynn, two of the Times’s most-dogged reporters (and our old colleagues at the News), on their new book, “102 Minutes: The Untold Story of the Fight to Survive Inside the Twin Towers.”
Last night, at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, they talked about the best-seller in front Read More
What is the New York Daily News ? Is it the paper of New Yorkers like Pete Hamill, the old-fashioned, brass-knuckled newspaperman who has returned, almost comically–like Billy Martin strolling again through Yankee Stadium’s gates–for yet another ride at the tabloid?
Or is the News the paper of New Yorkers like Jim Dwyer, the passionate, Read More
Lars-Erik Nelson spent Nov. 20 much like he spent most of the past two weeks: closely monitoring the Presidential ballot fight in Florida from the Washington, D.C., bureau of the Daily News . The Florida Supreme Court was hearing arguments, and Mr. Nelson, the national affairs columnist for the Daily News , spent the afternoon Read More
Actual Innocence: Five Days to Execution, and Other Dispatches From the Wrongly Convicted , by Barry Scheck, Peter Neufeld and Jim Dwyer. Doubleday, 298 pages, $24.95.
Opinion polls reveal a great American contradiction: On the one hand, Americans show widespread disdain for lawyers, politicians and the press; on the other hand, they wholeheartedly support the Read More