An illustration of a Carolina Reaper pepper on the front page of the New York Times. The title of the article says "He ate the world's hottest pepper," and the content says "peter piper picked a peck of pickled peppers and nearly died." Variations of the phrase "peter piper picked a peck of pickled peppers" are repeated as the articles content.

A Carolina Reaper-related hospitalization isn’t worthy of New York Times coverage

The New York Times recently took on the eccentric world of chili peppers and published an article in April

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Hooded figure in a suit looms over the United States map with a United States flag in his hands. New York Times articles are posted on the wall and on the floor.

The New York Times unwittingly normalized white supremacy

Last November, the New York Times wrote a profile on white nationalist, Tony Hovater, in the hopes of demonstrating

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Freedom of press endangered by Trump administration’s fear

Thomas Jefferson once said, “were it left to me to decide whether we should have a government without newspapers,

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Geography professor restores rare car to old fame

Dydia DeLyser poses in front of her restored 1941 Czechoslovakian Tatra T87. DeLyser and her

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Putin’s argument against exceptionalism lacks merit

Courtesy of MCT Russian President Vladimir Putin wrote an op-ed in the New York Times last

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NY Times bureau chief talks politics on campus

Adam Nagourney, the Los Angeles bureau chief for the New York Times, speaks to patrons

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Green Piece: Environmentalist blogs are becoming an endangered species

  Since beginning this journey as an environmental columnist, I’ve made a habit of regularly checking different news sites in

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Cuban government ending exit visa requirements

The Cuban government announced Tuesday that it would end exit visa requirements as of Jan. 13, which will allow

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