When the Supreme Court issued its historic rulings this year on same-sex marriage and other issues, the New York Times reporter in the courtroom was a Yale-educated lawyer.
Our reporter who broke a major story about abandoned chemical weapons in Iraq was a former captain in the Marines. The team that covered theCharlie Hebdo attack in Paris included eight French-speaking correspondents. A Times journalist who analyzed a definitive study on income inequality once worked at the Federal Reserve.
This week, The Times is celebrating a breakthrough: We recently passedone million digital-only subscribers, giving us far more than any other news organization in the world. We have another 1.1 million print-and-digital subscribers, so that in total, we have more subscribers than at any time in our 164-year history.