Donald McNeil, who resigned last month after the publication of an article on his conduct during a student trip, writes that he left the paper after “a series of misunderstandings and blunders.”
Other news organizations have their own personnel dramas. But none attract the spotlight like The Times.
Remarks in 2019 by Donald G. McNeil Jr., a science correspondent, during an educational trip led to complaints from students and parents. The Times has offered an apology.
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The leading U.S. infectious disease expert opens up about his experience handling the pandemic under the Trump administration.
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Immunity passports. Stop-start lockdowns. Strategic self-infection. This is what our new normal might look like.
Need a little lift? Amid the bleakness, 18 Times writers shared moments that lightened their mood.
What we can learn from the countries that have had some success in containing the coronavirus.