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Instances Reporter Leaves for One other Journalism Journey

Times Insider explains who we are and what we do, and gives a behind-the-scenes look at how our journalism comes together.We were somewhere over the wetlands of southern Louisiana when the helicopter door popped open.If adventure is your…

Inside Fb’s Knowledge Wars – The New York Instances

"From a communication point of view, the reach leaderboard is not a total win," wrote Silverman.Mr. Schultz, Facebook's chief marketing officer, had the direst view of CrowdTangle. He wrote that, in his opinion, "the only way to avoid such…

Gradual-Wheeling to the Sea – The New York Occasions

"People will be watching," warned Minna Caroline Smith at Lapham's Quarterly about her groundbreaking three-wheeler tour of the North Shore in eastern Massachusetts. Not only were the adult self-propelled tricycles new, so were the women…

Sizzling Dinosaur Summer season – The New York Instances

Dinosaurs, which ruled the planet for roughly 170 million years and were one of the most successful animals ever, may have been in a 10-million-year decline at the time of their apocalypse, according to research published this week.A study…

How The Instances Performed Its Subway Tuna Investigation

Times Insider explains who we are and what we do, and gives a behind-the-scenes look at how our journalism comes together.It all started in January when Choire Sicha, then Styles editor for the New York Times, asked his team a question on…

Amazon’s Open Secret – The New York Occasions

This article is part of the On Tech newsletter. You can sign up here to receive it on weekdays.This week Amazon acknowledged the reality: it has a problem with fake reviews.The problem is that Amazon blamed almost everyone involved in…

The Illness Detective – The New York Instances

Meningitis itself isn’t a disease, just a description meaning that the tissues around the brain and spinal cord have become inflamed. In the United States, bacterial infections can cause meningitis, as can enteroviruses, mumps and herpes…