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    What It Was Like to Report on the Nxivm Sex Cult Trial

    It took six weeks to go through the evidence at Keith Raniere’s trial, but only four and a half hours for jurors to return guilty verdicts on all seven charges. The mood afterward was jubilant.

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    Why The Times Is Taking Down Its Paywall for 3 Days

    As we mark World Press Freedom Day, our international editor asks each of us to imagine what would happen around the world if journalists, and the public, were not watching.

Understanding The Times

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    How The Times Decides What to Investigate

    Rebecca Corbett and Dean Murphy, who lead our investigations team, answer questions about how they decide which projects to pursue, where they get tips and whether their jobs are as thrilling as the movies make them out to be.

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    How to Make a Times Crossword Puzzle

    The New York Times crossword editors reveal their process for evaluating and editing a puzzle submission.

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    Why We Cover High Fashion

    The Times’s fashion director and chief fashion critic reflects on what makes haute couture relevant.

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    How a Times Court Decision Revolutionized Libel Law

    In Times v. Sullivan, the Supreme Court ruled that public officials had to show not just that a story was inaccurate and hurt their reputation, but also that the publisher acted with “actual malice” — with reckless disregard for the truth.

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