By Marie Burns: In the New York Times newsroom, and on both the left and right sides of the paper's editorial pages, Times staffers are bemoaning the small-bore tax-and-spending deal that the Senate passed early this morning but that, as of this writing, the House has not passed.
By Dean Baker: The NYT doesn't seem to keep up to date with writings on the budget deficit even in its own paper.
By Alex Kane: There’s no deal yet in broken Washington that would avert the tax increases and fiscal cuts coming our way on January 1.
By Fred Gardner: The NY Times arrived this morning with the magazine devoted to “The Lives They Lived,” an extra round of obits for those who exited in 2012. Guess who wasn’t mentioned?
By Dean Baker: Some of us didn't take the skills deficit seriously, but David Brooks shows us that it is a real problem. Apparently the New York Times ...
By Bob Somerby: Paul Krugman keeps telling the same story well...
By Adam Gabbatt: China has forced a New York Times journalist to leave the country, two months after the newspaper reported on the family wealth of premier Wen Jiabao.