A tech billionaire’s PowerPoint brought the Trillion Trees climate plan to the president, a textbook case of ad hoc policymaking in the Trump era.
Sam DolnickTrump is reading a book on climate change. Uninhabitable Earth? The Sixth Extinction? The Overstory? Nope.
The book, according to the White House, was, “Donald J. Trump: An Environmental Hero” by Ed Russo, a former consultant to the president.
The memoirs of Dan Peres and other ex-employees of the magazine company reveal mess behind the gloss of the aughts.
Sam Dolnick“A masthead, for those unfamiliar with the term, lists in careful hierarchy the top staff of a publication and is most often printed on paper — which tells you pretty much all you need to know.”
NEW YORK (AP) — The New York Times’ acclaimed “1619 Project” will be the basis for a series of books, for readers of all ages. Random House Group imprints have acquired rights to the books,...
Sam Dolnick1619 didnt just get a book deal. 1619 will become a series of books, from kids to adult. The project continues in a giant way. Huge the most congrats to @nhannahjones and @jakesilverstein and the 1619 family
Sam Dolnick🚨Here we go! The Daily team is launching a new evening podcast to catch you up on impeachment news. It’s called The Latest and will feature @nytimes experts every night. Subscribe here or find on The Daily feed. 🚨
The lead researcher, Bradley C. Johnston, said he was not required to report his past relationship with a powerful industry trade group.
Sam DolnickAbout that report that it's healthy to eat red meat.....@nytimes finds that the study's lead scientist has been paid in recent years by a trade group supported by big-ag, McDonald's......
Deutsche Bank. North Korea. The Intelligence Committee’s investigation of the president. Again and again, one man has taken his trove of secret documents — and uncanny nose for scandal — to the center of the news.