Inside the New York Times

The New York Times’ Jason Horowitz found out that Amid Politics, Obama Drifted Away From Kin. Horowitz added, “Obama's drift -- both natural and political -- from the African family central to his young identity & 2008 story.”

David Leonhardt and Kevin Quealy did a little research and found out that The American Middle Class Is No Longer the World’s Richest. Upon reading, Lorraine Ali from the LA Times tweeted: “Good Morning! Capitalism is failing. Another cup of coffee?”

Elsewhere at the Times, Jonathan Martin writes: Poll Shows Tight Senate Races in Four Southern States. Trip Gabriel there explained, “NYT's new poll is latest showing Sen Mark Pryor in AK with unexpected strength over Republican challenger Tom Cotton.” Benjy Sarlin from MSNBC added, “Am I crazy or does the big NYT poll of 4 Senate races today not actually seem bad for the GOP at all?”

And there’s also news that Sherpas Delay Everest Climbs in Labor Fight. Danielle Ivory there tweeted: “Sherpas move to close Everest for season, asking that gov't share proceeds from multimillion-dollar climbing industry.”

Learn how to get more press, set up alerts that are "better than Google Alerts" and make reports on the impact of articles.

Request a Muck Rack Demo