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    February 15, 2014  

    Major companies are getting attention for scaling back on matching contributions to their employees’ 401(k) plans. Hari Sreenivasan talks with Lauren Young, Money Editor for Thomson Reuters, about a story that has major implications for American workers planning for their retirement. Continue reading

  • Director Woody Allen attends “The Revisionist” opening night on Feb. 28, 2013, in New York City. Photo by Andrew H. Walker/Getty Images
    February 5, 2014   BY Sam Lane 

    The New York Times said Wednesday it may publish an op-ed by famed movie maker Woody Allen that responds to allegations of sexual assault from Dylan Farrow, his adopted daughter. Times public editor Margaret Sullivan wrote that Allen has asked for a chance to respond to the allegations and editorial page editor Andrew Rosenthal reportedly told Allen to send the column. The newspaper does not usually publish direct responses to columns as full op-eds, Rosenthal said. Continue reading

  • November 18, 2013  

    In our news wrap Monday, the New York Times reported that a new health calculator for people to figure out whether they might benefit from taking statin drugs may greatly overestimate risk. Also, workers at the Fukushima nuclear power plant began removing radioactive fuel rods from a damaged reactor. Continue reading

  • August 9, 2013  

    New York Times columnist David Brooks and Washington Post columnist Ruth Marcus join Judy Woodruff to discuss the week’s top political news, including President Barack Obama’s remarks on government surveillance programs, the state of U.S.-Russian relations, and the significance of the sale of the Washington Post. Continue reading

  • July 2, 2013  

    Newly released documents reveal how the Milwaukee archdiocese dealt with dozens of priests accused of sexually abusing children. Pedophile priests were moved from parish to parish, often protected from criminal complaints. Ray Suarez talks to Laurie Goodstein, who covers these issues for The New York Times. Continue reading

  • June 19, 2013  

    A day after a breakthrough agreement on holding direct talks, Afghan President Hamid Karzai backed away from announced negotiations with the U.S. and the Taliban. Jeffrey Brown talks with The New York Times’ Rob Nordland, from Doha, Qatar, for more detail on the decision and possible next moves. Continue reading

  • May 13, 2013  

    On the eve of the historic election in Pakistan, Declan Walsh, Islamabad bureau chief for The New York Times, had his visa revoked for unspecified "undesirable activities." Margaret Warner talks to Walsh about what the results of the election mean for Pakistan’s pressing problems and relationship to the U.S. Continue reading

  • March 27, 2013  

    A dispute between an online company that sends spam emails and a company trying to mitigate spam has led to the one of the largest reporter cyber attacks in history, creating slow access to websites like Netflix and others around the world. Hari Sreenivasan talks over the case with Nicole Perlroth of the New York Times. Continue reading

  • March 25, 2013  

    In other news Monday, The New York Times reported that the CIA has been secretly helping expand military aid shipments to Syrian rebel fighters, assisting Turkey and other Arab states in the increase of weapons and equipment. Also, the Supreme Court heard arguments about drug companies delaying the release of generic drugs. Continue reading

  • March 25, 2013  

    Although Cyprus has agreed to the terms of a bailout from eurozone partners, concerns loom that a wave of bankruptcies could rock the country. Margaret Warner talks to The New York Times’ Liz Alderman from Nicosia for more on the bailout, the makeup of the Cypriot economy and how citizens have been coping. Continue reading

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