On Facebook and Twitter, a Hunt for Russia’s Meddling Hand

Posing as ordinary Americans on Facebook and building “warlists” of Twitter accounts, suspected Russian agents infiltrated last year’s election.

How a Crackdown on Leaks Threatens Confidential Sources

It seems all but certain that the Justice Department will try to chip away at the guidelines that limit when federal prosecutors can serve subpoenas on the news media.

Looking Back: 1967 | The Times Plans a Second, Sparkling Newspaper

Fifty years ago, only one afternoon paper was left in New York City. The Times thought it could fill the void with something sophisticated and bright.

James Murdoch Pledges $1 Million to Anti-Defamation League as Trump Protest

Mr. Murdoch, the son of a frequent ally of President Trump’s, gave a candid statement, via email, against the white supremacist sentiment that swept through Virginia last weekend.

Stephen Miller Jousts With Reporters Over Immigration

Exchanges between the senior White House adviser and Glenn Thrush of The New York Times and Jim Acosta of CNN became combative at a news briefing on Wednesday.