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
Ask Not: The Inauguration of John F. Kennedy and the Speech That Changed America, by Thurston Clarke. Henry Holt, 272 pages, $25.
High Noon in the Cold War: Kennedy, Khrushchev, and the Cuban Missile Crisis, by Max Frankel. Ballantine Books, 206 pages, $23.95.
All of us, even those born after he died, can still Read More
One day after marrying the beautiful Krystyna Anna Stachowiak-a Polish-born 39-year-old reporter turned public-relations executive-in a small ceremony at the Trinity Episcopal Church in Mount Pocono, Penn., Howell Raines, the 60-year-old executive editor of The New York Times , raised a glass at a March 9 post-wedding fête at the Bryant Park Hotel and toasted Read More
And now Max Frankel has departed The New York Times . His ruminations on the future of the news-gathering business for the July 9 issue of The New York Times Magazine were the last ones he would put into the column he started after he retired as executive editor of the paper in 1994 and Read More
The Times of My Life, and My Life With ‘The Times’ , by
Max Frankel. Random House, 546 pages, $29.95.
One of the many pleasures of Max Frankel’s memoir is his account of
the 30-year war he fought with A.M. (Abe) Rosenthal over who would become
the top editor of The New York Times Read More