Michael M. Grynbaum, The New York Times

Michael M. Grynbaum

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Past articles by Michael:

Jen Psaki Joins MSNBC as a Host and Commentator

Ms. Psaki, President Biden’s first press secretary, left her job at the White House this month. → Read More

Pentagon Praises a New York Times Series That Exposed Civilian Deaths in Air War

“We knew that we had made mistakes; we’re trying to learn from those mistakes,” John Kirby, the Pentagon spokesman, told reporters. → Read More

Fox News correspondent Benjamin Hall has been injured in Ukraine.

Mr. Hall is a longtime war correspondent who joined the network in 2015. → Read More

The New York Times Pulls Its News Staff From Russia

Other news organizations, like Bloomberg, have suspended their operations in Russia in response to a new law that effectively criminalizes independent reporting. → Read More

CNN’s parent cites journalistic lapses in Jeff Zucker’s exit, as another executive resigns.

Allison Gollust, who led marketing at the network, had remained in her job after she and Mr. Zucker, the former president of CNN, acknowledged a romantic relationship. → Read More

The Times is allowed to publish Project Veritas documents until a full appeal.

A state appeals court said that a judge’s order preventing publication of the documents would not be enforced until a formal appeal could be heard. → Read More

Caught on a Hot Mic: Biden Has Harsh Words for Peter Doocy of Fox News

The unscripted insult came from a president who is no stranger to having his words accidentally overheard. → Read More

House Panel Asks Sean Hannity of Fox News to Cooperate in Jan. 6 Inquiry

The committee told Mr. Hannity it had obtained “dozens of text messages” he exchanged with senior Trump White House officials around the time of the riot. → Read More

Jesse Watters's Incendiary Fauci Comments Follow a Fox News Pattern

Comments by Jesse Watters, a host of “The Five,” were in keeping with previous derogatory remarks about Dr. Anthony Fauci by hosts and conservatives. → Read More

Judge Clarifies Order on New York Times Coverage of Project Veritas

The decision allows some latitude for reporting until a final ruling is reached. The Times said the order remained “an unconstitutional prior restraint that should be dissolved.” → Read More

Chris Wallace to Leave Fox News

The “Fox News Sunday” host said on his program, “I want to try something new.” → Read More

Publisher pulls Chris Cuomo’s upcoming book.

The decision by HarperCollins comes after the anchor was fired by CNN and exited his daily satellite radio talk show. → Read More

Chris Cuomo says he will end his radio show, two days after CNN firing.

The anchor was dismissed by CNN over the weekend amid an inquiry over help he gave his brother and after an allegation of sexual misconduct, which he denies. → Read More

CNN Suspends Chris Cuomo After New Details on Help He Gave His Brother

The cable news network’s top-rated anchor was an enthusiastic adviser to Andrew Cuomo in the last 18 months of his governorship. → Read More

Order Blocking New York Times Coverage of Project Veritas Stays in Place

A New York trial judge said he needed more time to deliberate on an order that the newspaper argued violates the First Amendment. → Read More

Marshall Project Founder Neil Barsky Is Stepping Down

A former hedge fund manager, Mr. Barsky led the nonprofit news organization to two Pulitzer Prizes in seven years. → Read More

What Is Drama? The Bungled Plan at ‘Jeopardy!’ to Choose a New Host

Replacing the late Alex Trebek has been an ongoing saga for the game show. Here’s how it unfolded. → Read More

Mike Richards Is Out as ‘Jeopardy!’ Executive Producer

Three weeks after naming him as Alex Trebek’s replacement to host the show, Sony cited “disruption and internal difficulties” in its announcement that he will leave the program entirely. → Read More

He’s No Longer Host. But Mike Richards Is Still Running ‘Jeopardy!’

Defying a backlash over sexist and crude comments, a top Sony TV executive told the show’s staff that they were standing behind Mr. Richards as the executive producer. → Read More

Mayim Bialik will fill in as a ‘Jeopardy!’ guest host.

She will replace Mike Richards, who stepped down as host of the game show amid furor over sexist and offensive comments he made on a podcast several years ago. → Read More