How about digging a little deeper NYT? It's called investigative journalism plus INTEGRITY. Soon enough biased corporate news organizations will disintegrate based solely on the lack of integrity and balanced foundation. Times are changing. The face of journalism will be different in the years ahead.
I used to like watching 60 Minutes and other investigative reporting shows. Then I saw the light and noticed that the reporters weren't asking the most obvious questions. It takes balls to be a true investigative journalist. Now it's just a bunch of actors portraying themselves as journalists. Check out "Kill the Messenger" or "Panama Papers" to see how much these journalists go through to let people know the truth.
The life "reality" you see around you is an illusion. The majority of the thoughts you think, words you say, ideas you have are regurgitated. But the good news is that you have a choice to discern what resonates with you for your highest good and of all man/woman/child. You have control of your mind, your heart. Don't let yourself get into a trance. Stop and think.
It is so important to buy local. Support your local merchants. Buy local products. Buy from those whose heart is in the integrity of their business, integrity of their quality of their products, and integrity of their relationship to their local customers. READ this.
Telecommunication Giant and Political Party Affiliation. Is it an unbiased relationship? Read article here Open your eyes moment. With all the people on this whole planet, all the unknown people who do what they do to help people in small or large ways improving the plight of common men and women... who gets awards for Ambassadors for Humanity? (Long Sigh) financial advisor to foundation's founder; CEO of top telecom company who is large supporter of political party affiliated by foundation's founder ; high ranking politicians who happen to be in the same political party supported by the foundation's founder; longtime friend/collaborators of foundation's founder; Manager/agent of foundation's founder...Why not call it "My Inner Circle" Award.