The Washington Post may not yet be Americans' newspaper of record, but after its publication of groundbreaking revelations about Russia's meddling in the 2016 election Friday, it's certainly one step closer. Read More
At around 3:30 p.m., at least 375 union employees of The New York Times briefly stepped outside the building to show their opposition to new contract terms proposed by management, according to head counts done by science reporter Donald G. McNeil Jr., and education reporter Richard Perez-Pena. There were another 23 staffers who did the same outside the paper's D.C. bureau.
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