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James Reston’s problematic proximity to the powerful.

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A profile of New York Times obituary writer Alden Whitman.

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Andrew Ross Sorkin’s intimate coverage of Wall Street.

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Lunch with recycling tycoon Chen Guangbiao, the self-described “Most Influential Person of China,” to discuss his interest in buying The New York Times.

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At one time, a whole generation of New York Times reporters wished they could write like McCandlish Phillips. Then he left them all for God.

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A profile of New York Times Company CEO Mark Thompson.

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How one obscure sentence upset the New York Times.

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The paper reports on a battle of its own.

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His book panned in the New York Times after being misread by the critic, an author responds.

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On the ouster of CEO Janet Robinson and the company’s financial woes.

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Tom Wicker was without a notebook on November 22, 1963. Instead, reported Gay Talese, he “scribbled his observations and facts across the back of a mimeographed itinerary of Kennedy’s two-day tour of Texas.”

Here’s the 3,700-word masterpiece he filed.

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A profile of Jill Abramson, executive editor of The New York Times.

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Inside the complicated world of running The New York Times.

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On the cloak and dagger dealings between The New York Times and WikiLeaks. Adapted from Executive Editor Bill Keller’s forthcoming ebook, Open Secrets: WikiLeaks, War and American Diplomacy: Complete and Updated Coverage from The New York Times.

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The backstory on Julian Assange’s relationship with the Guardian and the New York Times.

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The New York Times reveals the deception of 27-year-old reporter Jayson Blair.