One thousand, four hundred and fifty journalists reporting from 160 countries power The New York Times. “The Weekly,” a new TV show from The Times, plugs into this unrivaled news machine to bring our journalism to an entirely new platform. “The Weekly” will delve into one story each week with the Times journalists who have reported on an issue for months or, in many cases, years to produce authoritative news documentaries on the most important issues of our time.
The siege of Hong Kong Polytechnic University incited 12 days of pure chaos as the world watched in real time on social media. THE WEEKLY reconstructs what happened through the eyes of the reporters and the protesters who were there.
Don't trust your eyes. THE WEEKLY goes inside the race to create the first perfect deepfake — an ultrarealistic fake video that could permanently undermine your ability to trust what you see & hear.
A mysterious man emerged with an explosive claim: he said he had thousands of hours of surveillance footage from Jeffrey Epstein's mansions that showed some of the most powerful men in America having sex. Then his story took a turn.
What do you call a room that combines a power hierarchy, sweaty bodies, intimate touching and an absence of dialogue? A yoga studio. THE WEEKLY investigates the culture of sexualized yoga, unwelcome adjustments and outright assault in one of the most accessible, affordable forms of group fitness in America.
Johnson & Johnson publicly insisted that its iconic baby powder was safe. But asbestos was a concern inside the company for years. Only now is the truth coming out.
A 16-year old girl is the youngest person to receive an experimental treatment that could be the first genetic cure for a common disease. If it works, millions of people around the world could benefit.