New York Times

Neverending CIA Drone Story Is Actually About Outsourced Intelligence
In spite of nominal efforts to change things, we remain captive to those relationships with liaison services, almost 13 years after 9/11 Read more...
Family Of Deceased Man Requests Dropping NY Times Subscriptions In Lieu Of Flowers
Ouch. Leonard Mason Smith wasn't a big fan of the Gray Old Lady. Read more...
Former Professional Journalist Suggests NYT Shouldn’t Pay Its Journalists
Ben Wittes implies the NYT is paying Laura Poitras not to do journalism on a story she has covered in depth for the last 8 months, but instead for access to documents in her possession. Read more...
Chris Hayes Recounts Near Arrest For Marijuana
MSNBC's Chris Hayes recalls his own brush with the law for possession of marijuana. Read more...
And Just When The Catholic Church Was Making A Comeback
If priests could have sex, maybe they'd be in a better mood. Read more...

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The Volcker Rule, In Three Minutes
Want to understand the Volcker Rule? Here it is, in three minutes. Read more...
Silver's models accurately predicted Obama's easy cruise to re-election last year, despite being dismissed by supporters of his Republican rival, Mitt Romney, as biased and partisan. Read more...
Follow me below the fold, if you dare, as I take down Morning Joe guest Niall Ferguson. Read more...
The New York Times has revealed the Drug Enforcement Administration has an even more extensive collection of U.S. phone records than the National Security Agency. Read more...