Mr. Taylor, whose criticisms of President Trump in a New York Times Op-Ed article and subsequent book, roiled Washington and infuriated Mr. Trump, resigned from the administration last year and endorsed Joe Biden this summer.
The report, obtained by BuzzFeed News, was dated the same month that ongoing tensions between news and opinion sections at Rupert Murdoch’s broadsheet spilled into the public.
Nick ConfessoreThis @BuzzFeed story on an internal WSJ review of their own digital & other struggles has so many echoes with the Times' 2014 "Innovation Report," including the report leaking first to BuzzFeed.
Senior officials throughout various departments and agencies of the Trump administration tell CNN they are alarmed at White House pressure to grant what would essentially be a no-bid contract to lease the Department of Defense's mid-band spectrum --...
Some reporters withheld their bylines and questioned the credibility of an article that made the tabloid’s front page on Wednesday.
Nick ConfessoreBig scoop from @katie_robertson: "The New York Post’s front-page article about Hunter Biden on Wednesday was written mostly by a staff reporter who refused to put his name on it, two Post employees said."
The phrase has poured into the nation’s rhetorical bloodstream. Organizations from the N.F.L. to art museums to colleges requiring the SAT are accused of perpetuating it.
Nick ConfessoreA great @powellnyt read on the growing ubiquity of the term “white supremacy,” surveying both its rhetorical power and rhetorical bloat. With nuanced discussion from across the debate.
A businessman-president transplanted favor-seeking in Washington to his family’s hotels and resorts — and earned millions as a gatekeeper to his own administration.
Nick ConfessoreNEW: In part 4 of The President's Taxes, my colleagues and I report on how Trump transplanted Washington's favor-seeking to his family’s hotels & resorts — earning millions as a gatekeeper to his own administration.
Nick ConfessoreThe amazing irony of Trump's career: He inherited a ton of money, blew a ton of it playing at real estate moguldom, made $400 million on TV off his image as a mogul, and then sunk his money into yet more real estate, which is now financially unsteady.
Staffed in part by associates of a longtime GOP operative, the ad campaign includes CeCe Winans, Dennis Quaid and others pushing an optimistic line about coronavirus.
Nick Confessore🤨🤨🤨Caputo, the departed HHS commissar, raided CDC and FDA other funds for a $300 million pre-election advertising campaign in which one contractor was required to hire Caputo's business partner, @ddiamond reports
What 8 million letters can tell us about how the post office is doing
Nick ConfessoreScoops take many different forms. Here's a great one from @emilymbadger & Co. at @UpshotNYT, using commercial data to confirm that the Postal Service experienced systemic mail slowdowns in July and August.