The New York Times

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The New York Times, sometimes known as The Gray Lady, is an American broadsheet newspaper. It's one of the top twenty highest circulating newspapers in the world, and has won more Pulitzer journalism prizes than any other.

It publishes an international version, The New York Times International Edition, which is available worldwide.

For many years, the newspaper had offices in Broadway, Manhattan: an area now named Times Square. The paper's headquarters are now on Eighth Avenue.

Launched18 September 1851

Contact The New York Times

Postal address620 Eighth Avenue
New York
Telephone+1 844 698 6397
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Jina Moore East Africa Bureau Chief
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Scott Shane National Security Reporter
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