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What This Guy Wants to Do With Waste Is a Game Changer

Charles Vigliotti wants to turn discarded food into alternative energy on a huge scale

(Newser) - Elizabeth Royte recently headed out to a remote part of Yaphank, Long Island, to talk to a man she calls the "compost king of New York." His name is Charles Vigliotti, and Royte profiles him in the New York Times , explaining how the 63-year-old plans, through his American... More »

The Small-Town 'Suicide' That Maybe Wasn't

Dead man's dad suspects it was a case of police brutality

(Newser) - In a Louisiana town with railroad tracks serving as a literal racial divide comes the story of a young black man who died after supposedly shooting himself on March 3, 2014—a "Houdini suicide" that cops say he pulled off while handcuffed in the back of a police car.... More »

NYT Reporter Told Off for Melania 'Hooker' Comment

Supermodel called reporter out for 'slut-shaming'

(Newser) - Referring to the first lady as a prostitute is not OK, a New York Times reporter was told by the paper after being called out by supermodel Emily Ratajkowski. She tweeted Monday that she'd been told "Melania is a hooker" by the reporter at a New York Fashion... More »

Liberals, Don't Fight Trump's SCOTUS Pick

Neil Gorsuch will bring 'fairness,' 'decency': 'NYT'

(Newser) - Let the Supreme Court justice vetting begin—and may liberals let nominee Neil Gorsuch sail onto the bench. That's Neal Katyal's "give him a chance" opinion for the New York Times , in which he admits he's struggled to find a single thing President Trump "has... More »

NYT Piece on Dads Bumbling as Wives March Gets Roasted

'Breaking news: Fathers care for their kids!'

(Newser) - In its coverage of the women's marches on Saturday, the New York Times drew attention to the suburban men of Montclair, NJ, who were forced to feed their kids and take them to appointments while their wives were on a mission. "Routines were radically altered" as women were... More »

9/11 Firefighter: I Won't Cast Electoral Vote for Trump

'I watch Mr. Trump fail to unite America and drive a wedge between us': Texas GOPer Christopher Suprun

(Newser) - Consider him one of the faithless . Texas Republican Christopher Suprun, one of the 538 electors set to cast a ballot for the next president on Dec. 19, won't be voting for Donald Trump, and he explains his position in an opinion piece for the New York Times . He says... More »

Carter: Time for US to Recognize Palestine Is Now

America should grant diplomatic recognition to Palestine before Obama leaves WH: Jimmy Carter

(Newser) - Time is running out before the Oval Office changes hands, and in Jimmy Carter's mind, that leaves a limited window for one major thing on America's to-do list: helping Palestine receive UN membership by granting diplomatic recognition before President Obama leaves the White House. In his opinion piece... More »

Growing List of Nations Tied to Trump's 'Empire'

Meaning lots of potential for conflicts of interest, per 'NYT'

(Newser) - With more than 100 companies with business interests around the world , Donald Trump has attracted the attention of ethics experts, who contend his possible conflicts of interest are "unprecedented" for a modern-day US president. Now the New York Times offers a closer look at some of these global projects... More »

Trump Policy Shifts Surprised NYT Interviewers

Some were alarmed, some were encouraged

(Newser) - Donald Trump visited the New York Times on Tuesday , and some of the people present say that while they were pleasantly surprised by his apparent policy shifts on issues like prosecuting Hillary Clinton, dealing with climate change, and bringing back waterboarding, it was also a jolt to realize that he... More »

Trump to NYT: 'I'm Not Overwhelmed' by Presidency

His positions on Clinton, climate change, torture have shifted

(Newser) - Donald Trump gave his first post-election newspaper interview to one of his least favorite publications: the New York Times , which he has called "failing" in numerous tweets but called a "great American jewel" in a wide-ranging talk with reporters and editors at the newspaper's offices Tuesday. The... More »

Trump Meeting With NYT Is Back On

He canceled it via tweet but has apparently reconsidered

(Newser) - It looks like Donald Trump will meet with the New York Times after all on Tuesday. The president-elect tweeted in the morning that he had canceled a meeting "with the failing @nytimes when the terms and conditions of the meeting were changed at the last moment. Not nice."... More »

NYT Columnist Nicholas Kristof Stops 'Wimpish' Hotel Thief

He fought with the suspect and held him down for police

(Newser) - New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof fought with and restrained an intruder he found in his Philadelphia hotel room early Saturday, the AP reports. Kristof said in a message on Twitter that there had been "big excitement" when he "interrupted an intruder" in his room at the Franklin... More »

Patton Oswalt: Grief Over My Wife's Death 'Is an Ambush'

Comedian offers heartbreaking glimpse into life after wife's sudden death: 'NYT'

(Newser) - Patton Oswalt says the April day his wife, Michelle McNamara, died was the second worst day of his life. The worst? "When I told my daughter the next day." Now, six months after McNamara's death, the comedian offers a devastatingly honest glimpse to the New York Times ... More »

Trump Has Hurled How Many Insults Online? NYT Has Count

281 people, places, things have been on receiving end of Trump's Twitter rage

(Newser) - While it may seem to some like Donald Trump has insulted nearly everyone and everything under the sun, that's definitely hyperbole—the actual count is closer to 300 objects of Trump's ire, at least online, Talking Points Memo notes. TPM's source: a two-page spread in Monday's... More »

TV Critic's Review Leads to Hilarious Correction

Oops

(Newser) - Presenting probably the most embarrassing newspaper correction in the history of newspaper corrections, courtesy of a New York Times review of the new TV show Goliath: "An earlier version of this review included an inaccurate discussion of the show's plot structure. The critic mistakenly watched the first two... More »

Michelle 'Changed History': Notes of Thanks in NYT

Gloria Steinem, Rashida Jones, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, and Jon Meacham express their gratitude

(Newser) - Michelle Obama has been using her last few months in the White House to tidy up her garden , make new friends , and take on Donald Trump . And four notables have penned thank-you notes to her for her efforts in the New York Times , which salutes the first lady for spending... More »

NYT Lawyer Fires Back at Trump Attorneys

See you in court, he says

(Newser) - Donald Trump's lawyers have threatened to sue the New York Times over a story alleging that he groped two women —but the lawyers for the Times don't appear to be quaking in their boots. "The essence of a libel claim, of course, is the protection of... More »

Young Widower Writes Moving Note to Hospital Staff

'I will remember that last hour together for the rest of my life': Peter DeMarco in 'NYT'

(Newser) - A simple thank-you card to the staff at Massachusetts' CHA Cambridge Hospital wasn't enough for writer Peter DeMarco after his 34-year-old wife, Laura Levis, died last month following a severe asthma attack, per Cosmopolitan . Instead, he penned a heartfelt missive to them that was published in Thursday's New ... More »

NYT Report on Trump's Taxes Hinged on an IBM Typewriter

Reporter Susanne Craig found his returns in her mailbox, and a quirk authenticated them

(Newser) - The tale of the New York Times' report on Donald Trump's 1995 tax returns is an interesting one, and Susanne Craig takes readers behind the scenes on her story posted Saturday night in a post headlined "The Time I Found Donald Trump’s Tax Records in My Mailbox.... More »

Trump Lost $1B, May Have Ducked Taxes for 18 Years: NYT

Trump campaign doesn't deny report, based on 1995 returns submitted anonymously

(Newser) - Donald Trump may have very good reason for not releasing his tax returns, according to a New York Times bombshell that shows the candidate took a nearly $1 billion loss in 1995—amid the "financial wreckage he left behind in the early 1990s through mismanagement of three Atlantic City... More »

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