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2016 US elections

Photo: Donald Trump bashes New York Times story during campaign event in Greenville, SC - @byamberphillips

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Voting Rights Act

President Obama pens 'Letter to the Editor' in The New York Times about renewing the Voting Rights Act - @nytimes

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earnings

New York Times Co. reports $16 million profit for 2nd quarter - @nytimesbusiness

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Hillary Clinton private email use

Hillary Clinton's campaign complains of' 'egregious' New York Times reporting errors; says the Times 'took an inexplicable, let alone indefensible, delay in correcting the story and removing "criminal" from the headline and text of the story' - @politico

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Hillary Clinton private email use

Editor's note: The New York Times has corrected its story on an inquiry into whether sensitive government information was mishandled in connection with the personal email account of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. The Times says an earlier version of the story "misstated the nature of the referral to the Justice Department regarding" Clinton's account. "The referral addressed the potential compromise of classified information in connection with that personal email account. It did not specifically request an investigation into Mrs. Clinton," The Times says. We published an update on the original Times story, which has been clarified. - Stephanie

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Harper Lee

The New York Times releases review of Harper Lee's previously-undisclosed novel, 'Go Set a Watchman'; says Atticus Finch's character has racist views

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Berkeley balcony collapse, June 2015

New York Times responds to critics of story on Berkeley balcony collapse; spokesperson says, 'We understand and agree that some of the language in the piece could be interpreted as insensitive, particularly in such close proximity to this tragedy. It was never our intention to blame the victims and we apologize if the piece left that impression' - @meganspecia

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White House

Press secretary says White House has no response to New York Times editorial calling for transgender soldiers to serve openly - @charliespiering

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Hillary Clinton private email use

Report: Roughly 1/3 of Hillary Clinton's State Department emails given to House committee related to Libya and the 2012 Benghazi attacks were obtained by @nytimes

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The New York Times

New York Times CIO Marc Frons to leave the company; Times will soon look for successor - @capitalnewyork

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obituaries

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Claude Sitton, who covered civil rights movement, dies at 89 - @AP

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cancer

New York Times media columnist David Carr died of lung cancer and cardiovascular disease, medical examiner says - @nytimes

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New York Times media columnist David Carr dies

New York City medical examiner's office to look into death of New York Times media columnist David Carr, who collapsed Thursday - @AP

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New York Times media columnist David Carr dies

More: David Carr moderated a discussion earlier Thursday featuring Edward Snowden, Glenn Greenwald and filmmaker Laura Poitras - @TimesTalks

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New York Times media columnist David Carr dies

New York Times' Nick Kristof on death of colleague: 'David Carr collapsed in the newsroom he loved, doing what he loved, surrounded by those who loved him. RIP' - @NickKristof

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New York Times media columnist David Carr dies

New York Times media columnist David Carr dies at 58 - @nytimes

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The New York Times

New York Times Co.'s annual profit declines in 2014; investments in digital journalism, severance costs cited @nytimesbusiness

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CIA New York Times leak case

Ex-CIA officer convicted on all 9 counts of leaking secret Iranian operation to a New York Times reporter - @AP, @washingtonpost

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Gunmen attack French magazine Charlie Hebdo

Editor's note: Several news outlets are blurring or cropping images of French newspaper Charlie Hebdo's controversial cartoons, BuzzFeed notes. The New York Times said they "do not normally publish images or other material deliberately intended to offend religious sensibilities," but will instead describe the cartoons. The Associated Press said "it's been our policy for years that we refrain from moving deliberately provocative images." BuzzFeed's editor declined to comment on why the outlet is publishing the images, the report says. - Stephanie

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CIA New York Times leak case

New York Times reporter James Risen refuses during testimony to answer any questions that could help the Justice Department home in on his confidential sources - @nytimes

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