The Weekly

The Weekly

@TheWeekly

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A new TV series from The New York Times, bringing unparalleled journalism to the screen. On @FXNetworks and @Hulu. #TheWeeklyNYT

Joined on February 21, 2019
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📢FULL episode available for Times subscribers in the U.S. ... A police chief in Mexico struck a deal with an assassin: protection in exchange for help putting away drug cartel bosses. Was the pact worth the price? #TheWeeklyNYT

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The Edward R. Murrow Award goes to @singeli, @rcallimachi, Geoff O'Brien & @tadashi_lives for @NYTimes “Collision” #OPCAwards81

Honored to share this year’s Edward R. Murrow award with @singeli @tadashi_lives and Geoff O’Brien for our documentary on the life and death of Jay Austin and Lauren Geoghegan, two remarkable humans whose lives were taken by ISIS:

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The Edward R. Murrow Award goes to @singeli, @rcallimachi, Geoff O'Brien & @tadashi_lives for @NYTimes “Collision” #OPCAwards81

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📢FULL episode available to Times subscribers in the U.S. ... Decades after they suffered inhumane conditions as children at a notorious state institution, some of the residents with developmental disabilities endured abuse – again.

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Saudi planes dropping American bombs have killed thousands of civilians in Yemen. #TheWeeklyNYT investigates how U.S. defense contractors have been able to press overseas arms deals despite the humanitarian costs. Now streaming on @Hulu.

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Saudi planes dropping American bombs have killed thousands of civilians in Yemen. #TheWeeklyNYT investigates how U.S. defense contractors have been able to press overseas arms deals despite the humanitarian costs. Now streaming on @Hulu.

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Saudi warplanes dropping American bombs have killed thousands of civilians in Yemen. #TheWeeklyNYT investigates how U.S. defense firms used the promise of new jobs to persuade the Trump administration to approve more arms sales. Now streaming on @Hulu.  https://nyti.ms/2IXIh9c 

Saudi warplanes dropping American bombs have killed thousands of civilians in Yemen. #TheWeeklyNYT investigates how U.S. defense firms used the promise of new jobs to persuade the Trump administration to approve more arms sales. Now streaming on @Hulu. https://nyti.ms/2IXIh9c 

Should American defense contractors be selling arms to the Saudi military as it bombs civilians in Yemen? #TheWeeklyNYT investigates where the U.S. should draw the line between boosting jobs and curbing a humanitarian crisis. Watch now on @Hulu.  https://nyti.ms/2IXIh9c 

Should American defense contractors be selling arms to the Saudi military as it bombs civilians in Yemen? #TheWeeklyNYT investigates where the U.S. should draw the line between boosting jobs and curbing a humanitarian crisis. Watch now on @Hulu. https://nyti.ms/2IXIh9c 

Defense contractors have maintained close ties with the Trump administration, a relationship that’s paid off for companies like Raytheon, a chief supplier of arms to Saudi Arabia. Watch #TheWeeklyNYT investigation streaming on @Hulu. https://nyti.ms/2IXIh9c 

Defense contractors have maintained close ties with the Trump administration, a relationship that’s paid off for companies like Raytheon, a chief supplier of arms to Saudi Arabia. Watch #TheWeeklyNYT investigation streaming on @Hulu. https://nyti.ms/2IXIh9c 

Trek deep into the jungles of Colombia with @caseysjournal as he traced the violent origins of illegally-mined gold that may be used in phones and other consumer electronics:

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Track down internet scammers in Nigeria with @jacknicas as he tried to piece together a Facebook hoax that neither the world’s largest social network nor the world’s most powerful military seem to be able to stop:

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Visit Sinaloa, Mexico, with our correspondents @azamsahmed and @Paulina_VV as they unraveled a drug cartel’s brazen rescue operation to free El Chapo’s son:

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In the past year, @nytimes reporters went around the world on more than 2 dozen investigations for #TheWeeklyNYT. Times subscribers in the U.S. can watch full episodes online for free: https://nyti.ms/2NYKp3Y 

In the past year, @nytimes reporters went around the world on more than 2 dozen investigations for #TheWeeklyNYT. Times subscribers in the U.S. can watch full episodes online for free: https://nyti.ms/2NYKp3Y 

American defense contractors used the promise of new jobs to persuade the U.S. government to let them arm Saudi Arabia, an ally with a troubling human rights record. Watch #TheWeeklyNYT investigation on @FXNetworks and @Hulu.

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When Congress tried to block arms sales to Saudi Arabia, the White House smoothed the way. #TheWeeklyNYT investigates defense industry ties to the Trump administration.  Streaming now on @Hulu. https://nyti.ms/2IXIh9c 

When Congress tried to block arms sales to Saudi Arabia, the White House smoothed the way. #TheWeeklyNYT investigates defense industry ties to the Trump administration. Streaming now on @Hulu. https://nyti.ms/2IXIh9c 

In an effort to bolster U.S. defense manufacturing, the Trump administration lifted the Obama administration’s hold on arms sales to Saudi Arabia despite mounting civilian deaths in Yemen. Read our top takeaways from #TheWeeklyNYT investigation.

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As Saudi Arabia pressed its war in Yemen, American defense contractors saw an opportunity to supply a strategic U.S. ally with sophisticated weapons. #TheWeeklyNYT investigates the human cost of the international arms trade, now streaming on @Hulu. https://nyti.ms/2IXIh9c 

As Saudi Arabia pressed its war in Yemen, American defense contractors saw an opportunity to supply a strategic U.S. ally with sophisticated weapons. #TheWeeklyNYT investigates the human cost of the international arms trade, now streaming on @Hulu. https://nyti.ms/2IXIh9c 

📢FULL episode available to Times subscribers in the U.S. ... Watch video from behind the front lines of the Hong Kong protests, where the police crackdown led to a fiery standoff at a college campus last year. #TheWeeklyNYT

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The Obama administration initially backed plans for the Saudi war in Yemen. The Trump administration has expanded its support in order to bolster U.S. defense manufacturing, despite human rights worries. #TheWeeklyNYT investigates.  https://nyti.ms/2IXIh9c 

The Obama administration initially backed plans for the Saudi war in Yemen. The Trump administration has expanded its support in order to bolster U.S. defense manufacturing, despite human rights worries. #TheWeeklyNYT investigates. https://nyti.ms/2IXIh9c 

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