The New York Times has been an American institution since the mid 1800s. Over the years, millions have relied upon it not only as a source for the daily news, but as an opinion leader. It has been regarded as the best in the country, drawing on only the brightest reporters and editors. But lately, things have been changing. With the realization that Jayson Blair was committing journalistic fraud, a large portion of the Times staff, including the executive editor, resigned. The credibility and reliability of the paper have been called into question, and the paper has even been accused of using the news section as a voice for editorial content.
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