New York Times, The

The New York Times is a leading U.S. newspaper with a worldwide readership publishing digital and print editions. It is widely regarded as a newspaper of record, meaning the paper creates a historical record of key events by providing accurate, professional journalism with rigorous editorial oversight. The newspaper’s famous motto “All the news that’s fit to print” was first created by Adolf S. Ochs in 1896 and is still featured on its print edition.

The Times holds the record for the most Pulitzer Prizes awarded, 127 total, claiming 16% of all 2007–2016 awards. The paper was famously nicknamed the “Grey Lady” for its heavy text orientation and resistance to color printing. However, in 1997, long after other major newspapers featured color, the Times published its first ...

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