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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Three times, American officials tried to halt the flow of arms into the world's worst humanitarian crisis, only to have their efforts undone by the Trump administration. New from @waltbogdanich and me. https://t.co/hQSuthye1A

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Great piece today from @laforgia_ and @waltbogdanich on the role of American arms manufacturing in the war in Yemen. I was lucky to get to tag along with them for @TheWeekly and finished piece is a must read. https://t.co/2cHjmhlhAO

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Yesterday, I got a chance to speak to 2,500 inspiring colleagues about something truly important: the power of local investigative journalism, and why it is needed now more than ever (I also got to thank approximately a billion people) Here's what I said https://t.co/aSsXqaeZGx

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Mohammad Hossain, who emptied his savings to buy a taxi medallion, told @brianmrosenthal his story on @theweekly. The episode revealed a rigged system that left drivers hopeless and in financial ruin. 
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Mohammad Hossain, who emptied his savings to buy a taxi medallion, told @brianmrosenthal his story on @theweekly. The episode revealed a rigged system that left drivers hopeless and in financial ruin. https://t.co/POYq2R2mQr https://t.co/cjfnZ4cESA

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Huge congrats to @brianmrosenthal for his groundbreaking reporting on the taxi crisis. I’m so proud to have worked on the project and @TheWeekly episode. You can watch it online here: https://t.co/pN8iOdi5dw

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Congrats to @brianmrosenthal for winning a Pulitzer for his amazing investigation into how predatory lenders targeted New York City taxi drivers and inflated a ruinous financial bubble. You can watch the accompanying episode of @TheWeekly here: https://t.co/0oc2PnL2EQ

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Congrats @brianmrosenthal! Watch Brian and @emmagf report on how the taxi industry’s rigged system left drivers in financial ruin. https://t.co/S2JbXGoJyc https://t.co/peYfeh9qm4

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📢FULL episode available to Times subscribers in the U.S. ... 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. https://t.co/kX2NbNyItb

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📢 New FULL episode available to Times subscribers in the U.S. ... “How did you have the courage to do that?” A young woman kidnapped by Boko Haram tells @dionnesearcey on #TheWeeklyNYT how she defied the extremists’ plans to send her on suicide missions. https://t.co/Tb3l6J4I5O

It still makes me exceptionally happy that Balaraba was able to tell her story to @dionnesearcey and #TheWeeklyNYT, defying the odds every step of her journey. https://t.co/mXtcFfrQno

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📢 New FULL episode available to Times subscribers in the U.S. ... “How did you have the courage to do that?” A young woman kidnapped by Boko Haram tells @dionnesearcey on #TheWeeklyNYT how she defied the extremists’ plans to send her on suicide missions. https://t.co/Tb3l6J4I5O

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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 https://t.co/RABY2MYYsV

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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: https://t.co/sQeL3t20aR

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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. https://t.co/4P6ZvXiaTl

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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. https://t.co/1LzCySaexC

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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. https://t.co/vT0EYD0Zc5

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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://t.co/kX2NbNQjkJ https://t.co/4e72fRGBAo

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://t.co/kX2NbNQjkJ https://t.co/4e72fRGBAo

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://t.co/kX2NbNyItb https://t.co/fVYenhr0kb

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://t.co/kX2NbNyItb https://t.co/fVYenhr0kb

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://t.co/kX2NbNyItb https://t.co/BKwZQLIk2K

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://t.co/kX2NbNyItb https://t.co/BKwZQLIk2K

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