And the Times writers were never pressured to do puff pieces.
Even so, the jacket copy invites skepticism: just how used by Times writers and editors will it be?
(The fact of the attack is probably true, but, as the Times writer said, the details surrounding it have changed frequently.)
And Times writers answer questions about the virus.
The same could have been said of most Times writers 40 years ago.
Times writers intend such labels as shorthand to give readers a fast sense of where players in public life are coming from.
Why not a separate list of books written by Times writers?
Here, three Times writers sample these public spaces around town.
The Times writers just don't give up when it comes to puffing up the home team, do they?
Times writers seem to put in just enough caveats to protect themselves if the information turns out to be incorrect.