June A. Willenz, a longtime human rights activist and champion of women in the military, died on May 3. She was 95. https://nyti.ms/2ZxjDFX
During quarantine, the illustrator Christoph Niemann found unexpected solace in an old hobby gone rusty: learning how to play the piano. He illustrates his journey for @NYTmag. https://nyti.ms/2LUsh9O
This is one bright 👏 herbaceous 👏 salad 👏 https://nyti.ms/2WUnOKd
In case you needed another reason to be disgusted with @nytimes - this is their paper’s piece the day before we celebrate the sacrifice of almost 1 million service members- NY Times on #MemorialDay Weekend: US Military celebrates white supremacism https://fxn.ws/2ZuT5W1 #FoxNews
RT @nytimes: President Trump amplified on Twitter a series of demeaning personal attacks on rivals from a supporter with a history of racis…
“I miss watching them play.” With quarantine looking like the new normal in the epicenter of the U.S. coronavirus outbreak, New York City’s 1.1 million schoolchildren and their families are steeling themselves for an unusual summer. https://nyti.ms/3c3hkgp
RT @brianbeutler: Fixed it for you, @nytimes.
In Opinion "This weekend, as we honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice in defense of our country, it’s worth pausing to acknowledge the smaller but essential patriotic sacrifices we are all making today, for one another," the editorial board writes. https://nyti.ms/2Zy2cW3
They’re big, they’re loud, and they can spell death to young trees and vines. The periodical cicada, an American insect that emerges every 17 years, is back in parts of the South. https://nyti.ms/2AQmbES
World TeamTennis, the coed professional tennis league that has operated in summers after Wimbledon since the 1970s, has chosen a site in West Virginia to conduct its entire 2020 season, according to several people familiar with the league’s plans https://nyti.ms/2TzOYUQ
Prime Minister Boris Johnson of Britain said that he would not dismiss his most influential adviser, Dominic Cummings, for breaching lockdown rules by driving across the country to visit relatives when he was falling ill with the coronavirus https://nyti.ms/3eeMRxv
They’re big, they’re loud, and they can spell death to young trees and vines. The periodical cicada, an American insect that emerges every 17 years, is back in parts of the South. https://nyti.ms/3elvsn7
In Italy, the coronavirus pandemic has killed more than 30,000 people and wrecked the national economy. An increasing number of Italians are seeking a future in the agricultural jobs of their grandparents. https://nyti.ms/3edkhMV
Yo-Yo Ma has been playing Bach’s Cello Suites for the past hour. If you could read a name a second, we would have just hit the 3,600 mark for those lost to COVID19 - nearly four times the number of individuals highlighted in today’s @nytimes memorial: https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2020/05/24/us/us-coronavirus-deaths-100000.html
"Just look them in the eyes and say, 'Mom, dad, I'm — this is my boyfriend, Manuel,'" Greg says, holding a photo of himself with his boyfriend. That's a scene from "Out," the new Pixar short film that introduces the studio's first gay main character. https://nyti.ms/3c1kdOQ
“Just look them in the eyes and say, ‘Mom, dad, I’m — this is my boyfriend, Manuel,’” Greg says, holding a photo of himself with his boyfriend. That’s a scene from “Out," the new Pixar short film that introduces the studio’s first gay main character. https://nyti.ms/3d0y7Ck
"As world leaders grapple with when and how to safely reopen their countries, many are also facing a political problem: how to maintain support as they oversee tanking economies, stifling restrictions and staggering death tolls," writes Max Fisher. https://nyti.ms/2XlRIpU
President Trump amplified on Twitter a series of demeaning personal attacks on rivals from a supporter with a history of racist and sexist online commentary https://nyti.ms/2LWYJrO
This whole thing from the @nytimes is disgusting but the last questions - involving interrogating Tara Reade about whether she committed the crime of "following three Russian individuals on Quora" and demanding an explanation - is just deranged. 🇷🇺🇷🇺🇷🇺🇷🇺 https://twitter.com/rosemcgowan/status/1264560397039874049
Across the United States, concert promoters, theater presenters, orchestras and dance companies are ripping up their 2020 calendars and hoping 2021 will mark a new beginning https://nyti.ms/2XsQLMm
And today in the @nytimes: “They Survived the Worst Battles of World War II. And Died of the Virus.” https://www.nytimes.com/2020/05/24/us/they-survived-the-worst-battles-of-world-war-ii-and-died-of-the-virus.html?referringSource=articleShare
Read more about the Holyoke Soldiers Home in @propublica: “Superintendent Bragged About VA Review of Short-Staffed Soldiers Home. Two Months Later, 73 Veterans Are Dead.” https://www.propublica.org/article/superintendent-bragged-about-va-review-of-short-staffed-soldiers-home-two-months-later-73-veterans-are-dead
Elizabeth Warren agreed to host an online gathering of donors for Joe Biden, the presumptive Democratic nominee, who is considering her to be his running mate. It is set to take place on June 15, according to 3 people with knowledge of the plans. https://nyti.ms/3ecwh1i
Strap a rocket to the underside of a plane. Fly it up several miles. Drop it. The engine ignites, and the rocket and its payload zoom to space. That is what Virgin Orbit plans to do on Sunday or Monday. https://nyti.ms/3cYRfRh
RT @nytimes: The front page of The New York Times for May 24, 2020
11-year-old Gui Khury landed a 1080. Twice. One of the most exciting parts? Hearing from Tony Hawk. https://nyti.ms/3gdzQpO
The question of what went wrong at the Holyoke Soldiers’ Home will be with Massachusetts for a long time. @ellenbarryNYT’s report on the chaos details why. https://nyti.ms/2LYKiDy
Multiple investigations have been opened, 2 of which seek to determine whether state officials should be charged with negligence, under civil or criminal law. The facility’s superintendent was placed on administrative leave on March 30. https://nyti.ms/2LYKiDy
James Miller, who survived what was for Americans the bloodiest battle of World War II, died of complications from the coronavirus on March 30 inside the facility. “At that point, he was choking,” his daughter said. “He died with no care whatsoever.” https://twitter.com/EllenBarryNYT/status/1264569894311473155
Emilio DiPalma, another Holyoke Soldiers’ Home resident, was a 19-year-old Army staff sergeant when he guarded Hermann Goering during the Nuremberg trials. He died from the coronavirus on April 8. https://twitter.com/EllenBarryNYT/status/1264595424788152321
Of the 210 veterans who were living in the facility in late March, 89 are now dead, 74 having tested positive for the coronavirus. It is one of the highest death tolls of any end-of-life facility in the country. https://nyti.ms/2LYKiDy
Inside the Holyoke Soldiers’ Home was a man who served as jailer to Hitler’s right-hand man. A man who rescued Japanese kamikaze pilots from the sea. A man who liberated a concentration camp. They all died in chaos. https://nyti.ms/2LYKiDy
As President Trump pushes for places of worship to reopen, religious leaders across the U.S. are navigating the tension between the desire to worship together and the need to do so safely. Latest updates: https://nyti.ms/3d5GVHe
RT @ucbsoj: Barbara Harvey ('20), Alex Matthews ('20) & Yuriria Ávila ('21) part of @nytimes team that creates stunning, historic 1A withou…
In Frankfurt, Germany, 40 new cases of the coronavirus were confirmed among churchgoers. France restarted church services this weekend. Protesters in the West Bank demanded that mosques reopen for Eid al-Fitr. https://nyti.ms/3bWsgwj
For today, May 24, here’s how to follow the latest on the coronavirus outbreak. 🌎 Live updates from around the world: https://nyti.ms/3cUGBuF 🗽 The latest in New York: https://nyti.ms/36vBrmn
Hurricane season begins in June, and it's expected to be an active one. Emergency planners in Florida are trying to figure out how protect people from damaging winds and rain during the coronavirus pandemic. https://nyti.ms/2A4B46a
RT @AndrewSolender: In September I made a plan to get a copy of the @nytimes on the day I graduate college to remember how the world was on…
Compared to white or Hispanic patients, black patients seeking care in the United States have more advanced cases of the coronavirus, researchers reported https://nyti.ms/3d0fiz8
RT @nytimes: The front page of The New York Times for May 24, 2020
A group of worst-case scenario planners — mostly Democrats, but also some anti-Trump Republicans — have been gaming out how to respond to various doomsday options for the 2020 presidential election https://nyti.ms/36CukJb
Memories, gathered from obituaries across America, help us reckon with what was lost. http://nyti.ms/2WXg22e
"One hundred thousand," writes @DanBarryNYT. "The immensity of such a sudden toll taxes our ability to comprehend, to understand that each number adding up to 100,000 represents someone among us just yesterday." http://nyti.ms/2WXg22e
100,000. As the U.S. approaches this grim milestone, we're remembering those who have died from the coronavirus. Imagine a city of 100,000 residents that was here for New Year’s Day but has now been wiped from the map. https://nyti.ms/2WXg22e
After another weekslong absence from public view, North Korea’s leader, Kim Jong-un, convened his top military body to promote top aides specializing in nuclear and missile forces, state-run media said https://nyti.ms/2X0CTdA
RT @emilybell: The @nytimes online presentation of its stunning front page is a wonderful piece of work too. The scroll has dignity and im…
The @nytimes (along with a number of other news organizations) has made coronavirus coverage free, outside the paywall, so you can read it: http://nyti.ms/3d45nc0 You will have to register, but no payment necessary for Covid coverage. It's a public good. https://twitter.com/7azul/status/1264553329654300672
News Analysis: "China’s move to strip away another layer of Hong Kong’s autonomy was not a rash impulse. It was a deliberate act, months in the making," writes Steven Lee Myers. "As a provocative move, it is just the latest." https://nyti.ms/2XrWrX4
RT @keridouglas: Watch now. Great opportunity to learn and be updated. Get your kids. Read a long @nytimes via @sree @neilparekh https:…
The Taliban and the Afghan government announced a cease-fire for the 3 days of the Islamic festival Eid al-Fitr, which starts on Sunday in Afghanistan, offering the war-torn nation a rare respite from intensifying violence https://nyti.ms/2ZwkFCj
RT @DefenseBaron: It’s even heavier in print. @nytimes
Sen. @ewarren, 12/19/2019: "I do not sell access to my time. I don't do call time with millionaires and billionaires. I don't meet behind closed doors with big-dollar donors." @nytimes, today: "Elizabeth Warren to Hold Big-Dollar Fund-Raiser for Biden" https://www.nytimes.com/2020/05/23/us/politics/biden-fundraising-elizabeth-warren.html
RT @briantylercohen: @nytimes As Trump golfs.
Weekend briefing: Here’s what you need to know about the week’s top stories https://nyti.ms/3glv4Xh
This remarkable @nytimes front page makes me wonder: How do you want to be remembered, in just a handful of words?
Protesters in Hong Kong ignored social distancing restrictions as they took to the streets to oppose China's plan to impose security laws seen as a threat to the territory's freedoms. Demonstrators clashed with police, who fired tear gas and water cannons. https://nyti.ms/3cUwHcq
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's trial on felony corruption charges is expected to last a year or more, with the first witnesses not expected to testify for months. The Israeli leader has long maintained his innocence. https://nyti.ms/3eihB0P
Experts are growing increasingly concerned about the potential long-term effects of this pandemic on children’s health and psychological development https://nyti.ms/2TvtRmB
The @nytimes online presentation of its stunning front page is a wonderful piece of work too. The scroll has dignity and impact https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2020/05/24/us/us-coronavirus-deaths-100000.html?action=click&module=Spotlight&pgtype=Homepage
Crowded parks, beaches and hiking trails can bring out our anxieties. A bit of preparation will help. https://nyti.ms/36w3ylt
You can freeze the scones for up to a month before baking https://nyti.ms/2TtbDSQ
Done correctly, these restorative stretches, working on muscles from your eyes to your toes, really do make you feel better. https://nyti.ms/2ZvjZgr
Even amidst the pandemic, people are buying hot dogs like crazy. Since March, Feltman’s has seen a 100 percent increase in sales from supermarkets and a 200 percent increase in online orders. https://nyti.ms/2ZvpoEk
RT @hochman: On the same weekend of the @nytimes front page, we have this video from Lake of the Ozarks, Missouri. https://twitter.com/maxbaker_15/status/1264386140720771076
Amazon and other companies are planning to test workers for the coronavirus. But there is little federal guidance, and some fear it could lead to a false sense of security. https://nyti.ms/2ZvB9KY
Tyrannosaurus rex wasn’t a quick runner because of its heft, but its lanky limbs ensured it could amble efficiently for hours, new research reveals https://nyti.ms/3ggJEQ4
On Thursday nights, Britons bang pots and pans and clap in support of doctors, nurses and other essential workers amid the coronavirus pandemic. But the organizer behind the weekly ritual says it’s time for it to end. https://nyti.ms/36oEkp4
With governments under intense spending pressure to cope with the coronavirus, European ambitions for a more independent military are facing the chop https://nyti.ms/36tJznp
As the gradual reopening of the U.S. feeds momentum for a return of sports, some athletes must consider their own underlying health conditions that make them particularly susceptible to Covid-19. https://nyti.ms/2Tx7cWR
Climate change makes extreme weather events more frequent and more intense. Now, because of the pandemic, they come at a time when national economies are crashing and ordinary people are stretched to their limits. https://nyti.ms/2A7Btog
The front page of The New York Times for May 24, 2020
RT @TomJolly: The story behind the list of coronavirus victims on Sunday’s Page One of @nytimes and the search for a way to capture the poi…
RT @ewong: Here’s the back story of the dramatic & chilling front page of the print @nytimes on Sunday. It’s one for history. It tries to c…
RT @jcrutchmer: the front page of sunday’s @nytimes.
RT @brianstelter: Sunday's entire @nytimes front page is a partial list of Covid-19 victims. "The 1,000 people here reflect just 1% of the…
Deeply powerful and moving Sunday @nytimes front page.
RT @PaulaReidCBS: Tomorrow’s @nytimes front page 😞
The names and brief stories of just 1,000 of the 100,000 who have left us because of #COVID19. May they never be forgotten. This is the front page of the @nytimes for May 24th, 2020. 100,000 in just a short number of months. The numbers only continue to rise. #COVIDー19
RT @jcrutchmer: the front page of sunday’s @nytimes.
The absolute best of the @nytimes. https://twitter.com/jswatz/status/1264312723128627206
Sunday's entire @nytimes front page is a partial list of Covid-19 victims. "The 1,000 people here reflect just 1% of the toll. None were mere numbers."
The front page of The New York Times for May 24, 2020
 
And we might ask ourselves: Well, how did we get here? https://twitter.com/ifindkarma/status/1240352362771779584?s=21
RT @SGarnerNJ: Tonight on @NewsHour Weekend: @hari talks w/ @nytimes @londonoe abt the growing coronavirus outbreak in Brazil, @SimonOstrov…
RT @mary_willson: If you love @replyall and other podcasts about the internet, listen to @nytimes Rabbit Hole podcast by @kevinroose. It’s…
RT @SteveCase: Facebook Starts Planning for Permanent Remote Workers https://nyti.ms/3cWX1CJ @nytimes: “Tech employment could start to shif…
RT @gregggonsalves: The story is idiotic, but it's more than that: @nytimes political desk gets played, exploited time & time again 'cause…
RT @brianbeutler: Fixed it for you, @nytimes.
RT @brianbeutler: Fixed it for you, @nytimes.
RT @JulianCastro: In five years, the @nytimes newsroom has hardly diversified. This is what failure looks like: Since 2015, zero increase…
@deanbaquet is to be seriously respected. He has long been considered one of the dumbest men in the world of journalism, and he became Executive Editor of the Failing New York Times. Not easy to do. He has given up on “figuring Trump out”. Called it all wrong from the....
 
..beginning, was forced to apologize (Fake News!) after the seriously wrong call of the 2016 Election, and is now willing to write anything, even if not truthful. He laughs at his boss, Publisher A.G. Sulzberger, and I laugh at them all. The @nytimes is a total mess!
RT @jarroddicker: I now pay for 4 @SubstackInc newsletters which is ~4x my annual @nytimes subscription. 2 realizations: 1) the medium (…
RT @dgelles: Awful to hear about cuts at so many fine publications. For those impacted, know that @nytimes is hiring for a wide range of ed…
RT @Lattif: I have fasted every Ramadan since I was nine years old and this was a Ramadan like no other. For @nytimes global live briefing,…
RT @valeriehsmith: How can there be a conversation without mentioning Directors Mario Van Peebles and Melvin Van Peebles?! cc: @nytimes @M…
RT @nytimes: On Thursday, China proposed security laws that could effectively subvert Hong Kong’s remaining freedoms and bring it under ful…
RT @JulianCastro: In five years, the @nytimes newsroom has hardly diversified. This is what failure looks like: Since 2015, zero increase…
Facebook Starts Planning for Permanent Remote Workers https://nyti.ms/3cWX1CJ @nytimes: “Tech employment could start to shift away from expensive hubs like Silicon Valley” #RiseOfRest
RT @nytimes: Wilson Jerman, who served 11 U.S. presidents as a cleaner, butler and elevator operator, died on Saturday in Virginia from Cov…
At least 1,584,800 people in the USA have been infected with the novel coronavirus. At least 94,700 have died from #COVID19, per @nytimes data: https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2020/us/coronavirus-us-cases.html New cases increasing in NC, AL, AR, ND, ME, & WY. New cases stable in 26 other states, + PR & Guam
Woah via @nytimes https://www.nytimes.com/2020/05/21/nyregion/zoom-call-killing-long-island.html?referringSource=articleShare
RT @nytimes: On Thursday, China proposed security laws that could effectively subvert Hong Kong’s remaining freedoms and bring it under ful…
This moment requires deft leadership from the US, which means we’re screwed via @nytimes https://www.nytimes.com/2020/05/21/us/politics/trump-china-hong-kong.html?referringSource=articleShare
This is perhaps the most worrisome thing today via @nytimes https://www.nytimes.com/2020/05/21/business/economy/coronavirus-china-economy.html?referringSource=articleShare
RT @nytimes: These are only estimates. It's impossible to know for certain the exact number of people who would have died. But they are ba…
RT @nytimes: Defense lawyers in California are reviewing criminal cases in which Tara Reade served as an expert witness on domestic violenc…
RT @nytimes: Breaking News: The University of California system will drop the requirement for SAT and ACT scores, a move with major implica…
“Lying in court is generally considered to be a crime,” via @nytimes https://www.nytimes.com/2020/05/21/us/politics/tara-reade-credentials.html?referringSource=articleShare
RT @nytimes: In Opinion If you care about the working poor, about racial justice, and about climate change, you have to stop eating animal…
RT @texasinafrica: The @nytimes earned this. https://www.mcsweeneys.net/articles/new-york-times-style-guide-substitutions-for-the-president-lied
"What to expect when a Coronavirus Vaccine Finally Arrives", from @nytimes - and referenced in today's video: https://www.nytimes.com/2020/05/20/opinion/coronavirus-vaccine-polio.html Really good read.
THE NEXT HUNDRED SECONDS 22 MAY 2020 Promising research results into a #covid19 vaccine mean that we need to focus _right now_ on building an exponential capacity to produce enough vaccine for 8 billion people. That's the key to freedom in a post-#pandemic world.
RT @gregggonsalves: .@mcsweeneys just does a savage take of @deanbaquet's @nytimes political reporting. It's sadly almost not satire. https…
RT @nytimes: The modeling shows that as states reopen, outbreaks can easily get out of control unless infections are closely monitored. An…
RT @nytimes: In Opinion If you care about the working poor, about racial justice, and about climate change, you have to stop eating animal…
This about ⁦@Bethenny⁩ and PPE by ⁦@jacknicas⁩ is riveting via @nytimes https://www.nytimes.com/2020/05/21/technology/bethenny-frankel-medical-masks-coronavirus.html?referringSource=articleSha re
God now the toilets are going to kill us? via @nytimes https://www.nytimes.com/2020/05/20/health/coronavirus-legionnaires-offices.html?referringSource=articleShare
Love seeing @MollyParkerSI byline in @nytimes: The Striking Racial Divide in How Covid-19 Has Hit Nursing Homes https://www.nytimes.com/article/coronavirus-nursing-homes-racial-disparity.html?smid=tw-share
RT @ssdance: .@baltimoresun partnered with @nytimes @LAist @thesouthern to report this story about racial disparities in nursing homes. T…
RT @nytimes: Since the coronavirus pandemic began, hundreds of migrant children have been deported alone — in some cases, without notifying…
RT @ktbcolors: @RealDanLee @smervosh @nytimes ... over 90,000 people have died in 2 months. Is that not enough mass death for you?
RT @bionic_2468: @nytimes China’s leader, Xi Jinping, whose youth was full of adversity??? Is he joining The Voice or something??
if you have ever what someone means when they say "that was a puff piece" read this by @llerer in the @nytimes --- @PeteButtigieg Just Wants to Be Useful https://www.nytimes.com/2020/05/20/us/politics/pete-buttigieg-interview.html
RT @dabeard: How many tens of thousands of Americans would still be alive today if the US had decided to lock down sooner? The @nytimes ha…
Terrified of voters? Good. via @nytimes https://www.nytimes.com/2020/05/20/us/politics/trump-michigan-vote-by-mail.html?referringSource=articleShare
RT @kerikukral: @xeni @nytimes Bought up like Spotify and Adam Bly’s Seed Media, with Ghislaine Maxwell on the Board.
RT @xeni: Conspiracy theories and disinformation are good business. @nytimes https://www.nytimes.com/2020/05/20/business/media/joe-rogan-spotify-contract.html?referringSource=articleShare
Conspiracy theories and disinformation are good business. @nytimes https://www.nytimes.com/2020/05/20/business/media/joe-rogan-spotify-contract.html?referringSource=articleShare
RT @nytimes: In just 2 years, “Call Her Daddy,” a raunchy podcast about sex, dating, culture and life in New York, became a cult sensation.…
RT @m2jr: I’m grappling with the fact that i want the @nytimes to remain an important source of journalism but they are throwing their lega…
How the ‘Plandemic’ Movie and Its Falsehoods Spread Widely Online https://www.nytimes.com/2020/05/20/technology/plandemic-movie-youtube-facebook-coronavirus.html?smid=tw-share via @nytimes
RT @QuarantineBook: We were mentioned in the @nytimes today, a newspaper that insists on issuing David Brooks a paycheck. https://t.co/UrW3…
RT @nytimes: Tesla owners are grappling with the fact that their cars may carry new connotations after Elon Musk tweeted about taking “the…
I'm always proud to work @nytimes , but I loveee when we come up with new experiments for readers. The latest: Google Documents from Times writers and editors, featuring quar diaries & recommendations. My submission details COVID coping mechanisms >>> https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2020/at-home/reporters-editors-diaries-lists-recommendations.html?action=click&module=Top%20Stories&pgtype=Homepage&contentCollection=AtHome&package_index=3
RT @nytimes: Tom Moore, the 100-year-old former British army officer who raised $40 million for Britain’s National Health Service by walkin…
First, he began his anniversary with an op-ed in the @nytimes. He said he had high hopes coming off a historic and landslide victory. "Then the past year happened." Indeed. He discusses inheriting a war and having to deal with Putin. And of course Trump. https://www.nytimes.com/2020/05/20/opinion/volodymyr-zelensky-ukraine-coronavirus.html
🧵 Hard to believe it's a year since Ukrainian comic turned President Zelensky was sworn in. He marked the day with a press conference, noting it'd be shorter than the 14-hour marathon last fall. Here's some of what he said that is new, notable, controversial. (📸 @APUkraine)
Flagging this very important story from @nytimes on the various styles of masks worn by @speakerpelosi I guess there wasn’t enough regular news “fit to print” — The Many Masks of Nancy Pelosi https://www.nytimes.com/2020/05/20/fashion/nancy-pelosi-face-masks.html
I heart ⁦@SuzeOrmanShow⁩ via @nytimes https://www.nytimes.com/2020/05/19/style/suze-orman-advice.html?referringSource=articleShare
Smart via @nytimes https://www.nytimes.com/2020/05/19/us/coronavirus-college-fall-semester.html?referringSource=articleShare
RT @mjesusespinosa: Entrevisto en @el_pais a @kevinroose, columnista de tecnología de @nytimes y autor de «Rabbit Hole», la serie en #podca…
This is so what ⁦@profgalloway⁩ and I hope to degenerate into via @nytimes https://www.nytimes.com/2020/05/19/style/call-her-daddy-podcast.html?referringSource=articleShare
I’m grappling with the fact that i want the @nytimes to remain an important source of journalism but they are throwing their legacy away. https://twitter.com/nytimes/status/1262870680900698113
Any response @benyt @nytimes https://twitter.com/ronanfarrow/status/1262868487166287872
RT @TheWebbyAwards: @pattonoswalt presents Special Achievement Award for Webbys The Voice of the Year to The Daily @mikiebarb at @nytimes f…
 
 
 
 
 
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