Automobiles Editor, New York Times
Automobiles Editor of The New York Times, native Jayhawk, former Detroiter, part-time Woodstocker. Friend of hummus.
ft.com — Operating details of China's first pilot carbon-trading scheme, in Shenzhen, have been released as it gets ready to launch next month, and as the country prepares to roll out seven pilot schemes by 2014. The world's biggest carbon emitter, China is
usatoday.com — The India native and Justice Department litigator, confirmed to the nation's second-highest court, puts hard work above ideology -- but not above his beloved Kansas Jayhawks. Principal Deputy Solicitor General of the United States Srikanth Srinivasan is sworn in before testifying to the Senate Judiciary Committee last month.
motherjones.com — That's an actual tweet from the Rev. E.W. Jackson, the Republican nominee for Lt. Gov. of Virginia. Jackson, a social conservative activist with no record of electoral success, was nominated on the first ballot at the state GOP's convention on Saturday and almost immediately triggered an acute case of heartburn among the party's establishment due to his far-right views on gay rights and abortion.
blogs.ajc.com — Museums stand as mighty testaments to the works of man and woman. Now, the good people of Albany, Georgia, who pronounced their fair city's name as though it were a relative of Jack Benny, are ready to join the pantheon currently inhabited by the Louvre, Prado, Met and Tate.
nytimes.com — CANBERRA - Ford Motor will shut its two Australian plants in October 2016, blaming a strong currency and costs that are hitting manufacturers just as the country looks for other sectors of its economy to cushion the end of a mining boom and an election-year blow to the struggling Labor government.
washingtonpost.com — Former congressman and newly announced New York mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner (D) said in an interview Thursday morning with WNYC-FM that there could be women coming forward with more e-mails or photos from the inappropriate digital conversations that led to his resignation in 2011. "It is what it is," Weiner said.
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