Los Angeles Times: The New York Times is a major newspaper with a rich history and readership.
It has always been a powerhouse in the U.S., even though the paper’s circulation has dwindled as a result of the recession.
As a result, the Times has notched up the most traffic for any newspaper in the country since 2009, when it reached 1.2 billion monthly page views.
In 2016, the newspaper published the first of several books about the history of the paper, including The New York Trilogy, a collection of essays that chronicles the newspaper’s early years, from its founding in 1897 until its last publication in 2004.
The series includes, among others, The New Yorker and The Washington Post.
But the Times also had its fair share of controversy in the past.
Its editorial board issued a report last year calling on the newspaper to “stop being an assh*le” to President Donald Trump’s executive order barring citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the U: “It is shameful that the Times is willing to play this role,” the report said.
This year, the paper was slammed by the American Civil Liberties Union over the publication of a video that shows the Times’ former editor, Maureen Dowd, arguing that the president’s order was unconstitutional.
The video, titled “Women of color, immigrants, Muslims,” showed Dowd saying the president is wrong on immigration because “they come here legally and we can’t enforce our laws.”
The Times, Dowd said in the video, “is the epitome of assh**t.”
The video has been pulled from the Times website and replaced with a statement from the paper saying the Times was “not endorsing” the video and that the video was “the product of a private citizen.”
The statement said the video “has been taken down.”
In January, the Daily Mail published a video in which former deputy editor Andrew Rawnsley was seen discussing the merits of “cancelling” the circulation of the Times.
In the video , Rawnesley said he thought the Times should “cancel” its circulation because of the “inappropriate” tone of its reporting.
The paper has since changed its tone, announcing in a statement that the paper would publish a retraction of the video.
“This was a deeply offensive, offensive, and dangerous statement,” a spokesperson for the Daily Telegraph, which published the video in January, told Newsweek.
“I’m sorry for what was said.
I apologise unreservedly to Mr Rawn and his family.”
The Washington Post, meanwhile, has been on a roller coaster of a ride.
It had its best year in circulation in the first half of 2018, when the paper reached 2.6 billion monthly readers.
“But the Washington Post is going through a period of crisis, and we’re all in it together,” one longtime news reader told Newsweek, citing a number of factors, including the resignation of CEO Marc Benioff and a looming deadline for the newspaper.
“The Post’s problems have been growing over the last year, and the news has gotten worse every day.
The business model has been in disarray.
The editors are running the Post like a company, with little accountability for the results,” the reader added.
In September, a report from the Associated Press and the Los Angeles Daily News found that the newspaper had lost more than 5 million subscribers in the second quarter of 2017.