The NYT Covered A Front Page Story About LA And People Are Pissed Already
The story ran on the New York Times' first page Wednesday, directly underneath its coverage of the principal State of the Union by President (and lifelong New Yorker) Donald J. Trump. The article contends that current turmoil at the Los Angeles Times — which has as of late observed turnover of its best administration, a fruitful unionization effort, and an undeniably tense newsroom condition — is "symptomatic" of the city's "absence of solid institutions to bind it together."
The Charity Navigator scores, which once more, measure the health of charitable organizations, not the amount of charity, really rank LA. Wait for it, it’s higher than New York.
Some noted that the piece appeared to carefully choose data to suit its purposes.