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Federal Judge Dismisses Palin’s Defamation Suit Against the Times

“Nowhere is political journalism so free, so robust, or perhaps so rowdy as in the United States. In the exercise of that freedom, mistakes will be made, some of which will be hurtful to others.”

— Federal Judge Jed Rakoff, dismissing Sarah Palin’s defamation lawsuit against the New York Times, CNN reports.

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NYT Has Seen Post-Election Surge in Subscriptions

132,000

Number of paid subscriptions to online and print the New York Times has seen since the presidential election, the media giant said in an exclusive statement to CNBC.

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NY Times Sees Big Surge in Subscribers in the Age of Fake News

41,000

The number of new paid subscriptions to the New York Times in the week since Election Day, the largest one-week subscription increase since the paper launched its digital pay model five years ago.

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Times’ Clinton Endorsement Savages Trump

Voters attracted by the force of the Trump personality should pause and take note of the precise qualities he exudes as an audaciously different politician: bluster, savage mockery of those who challenge him, degrading comments about women, mendacity, crude generalizations about nations and religions. Our presidents are role models for generations of our children. Is this the example we want for them?

— From the New York Times editorial board