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According to the New York Times, Durham ranks as the 7th easiest place for Gen Z to become homeowners.
Are you part of Gen Z and looking to buy your first home? You may want to consider the Bull City. The New York Times released a list by Point2 on the most affordable cities for Gen Z to buy a home in. According to that list, Durham made the top 10.
Aaron Thomas, WRAL reporter
The New York Times sued OpenAI and Microsoft for copyright infringement Wednesday, opening a new front in the increasingly intense legal battle over the unauthorized use of published work to train artificial intelligence technologies.
Michael M. Grynbaum and Ryan Mac, New York Times
A popular travel column in the New York Times showcased Durham's various restaurants, bars and shopping destinations.
The Athletic, a subscription sports outlet owned by The New York Times, is laying off about 4% of its newsroom staff as part of reorganization efforts, the company confirmed on Monday.
Sunday, April 30, 2023 -- I don't want this to be one of those pieces that bangs on about how things used to be better, and they'll never be as good again. But when it comes to newsrooms, it happens to be true.
Maureen Dowd, New York Times
Twitter on Thursday evening banned the accounts of several high-profile journalists from the nation's top news organizations, marking a significant attempt by new owner and self-described free speech absolutist Elon Musk to wield his unilateral authority over the platform to censor the press.
By Oliver Darcy, CNN Business
The New York Times has acquired Wordle, the explosively popular game that gives players six chances to guess a five-letter word daily. And PlayStation-maker Sony is escalating its competition with Xbox-maker Microsoft by buying the video game studio behind one of Xbox's hit games.
One day after former President Donald Trump urged Americans to "go get your shot," the New York Times reported that he and first lady Melania Trump had quietly received their own COVID-19 vaccines on their way out of the White House in January. The news rankled MSNBC host Rachel Maddow, who criticized Trump as having failed to promote the vaccines during his time in the White House.
Bill McCarthy, PolitiFact reporter
The 'New York Times' has delved into the Pentagon's "once-covert" UFO program and found promising information.
The Atlantic Coast Pipeline has remained a subject of controversy for years. The natural gas project would have run through eight counties in North Carolina. In the past week, we learned all work on the line has been canceled. New York Times reporter Ivan Penn joined WRAL News to talk about what happened. He has covered the pipeline for a long time.
The United States crossed the grim mark of 100,000 people who have died from COVID-19.
Kirsten Gutierrez, WRAL reporter
WRAL's Kirsten Gutierrez talked with two Durham brothers who came up with the idea to take the New York Times cover, which spotlighted the deaths of coronavirus victims, and make it a mural at Duke University.
Castro's announcement was first published by 'The New York Times' via a campaign video.
A Raleigh author is celebrating after his new book made the New York Times Best Seller's List. Kwame Mbalia's novel, "Tristan Strong Punches a Hole in the Sky," highlights a demographic that often lacks representation in children's literature.
In the video obtained by the New York Times, you see a fake version of the President shooting and stabbing people inside what is referred to as the "Church of Fake News." Several media organizations and some of well-known critics are among the targets.
In today’s New York Times, economics reporter Eduardo Porter zeroed in on the “Camel City” for its efforts as mid-size city struggling to play catch up in this high-tech era.
Audio recordings provided to The New York Times offer a rare, unfiltered look inside North Carolina Children's Hospital as physicians weighed their ethical obligations to patients while their bosses also worried about harming the surgical program.
Ellen Gabler, New York Times
A defiant President Donald Trump declared Thursday that he has all but given up on negotiating with Congress over his border wall and will build it on his own even as he dismissed any suggestions of wrongdoing in the investigations that have ensnared his associates.
Peter Baker and Maggie Haberman, New York Times
One by one, they came forward, almost as if in a virtual lineup. Not me, said the vice president. Nor me, said the secretary of state. Or me, said the attorney general.
Peter Baker, Maggie Haberman and Eileen Sullivan, New York Times
A New York Times op-ed, written by an anonymous senior White House official, has delivered a second editorial gut-punch to President Trump
BRIDGEWATER, N.J. -- President Donald Trump and the publisher of The New York Times, A.G. Sulzberger, engaged in a fierce public clash Sunday over Trump's threats against journalism, after Sulzberger said the president misrepresented a private meeting and Trump accused The Times and other papers of putting lives at risk with irresponsible reporting.
Mark Landler, New York Times