Pete Young

United States

Pete Young is a former editor for The New York Times and Bloomberg News. A journalist for more than 40 years, he also taught reporting and editing as an adjunct professor at New York University.

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20 January 2018

19 January 2018

15 January 2018

21:00:11, 15 Jan 2018 ( diff | hist). . Q&A: Michael Wolff stands by 'writerly' take on Trump's 'irregular' White House (Updated → Moved up first references to Kelly and Mattis, removed superfluous "U.S." from captions)

06 January 2018

02 December 2017

01 December 2017

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29 March 2018

• (view) . . Comment: UK offers detail on intelligence it says points to Russia over spy attack‎; 13:02:33, 29 Mar 2018 . . Ros To (talk | contribs)‎‎ ( Comment -> It is ridiculous to use the reaction of Russia as a proof for its guilt. When was the last time the UK and Russia had a positive relationship? Why do you expect Russia to react in the manner described in your message when since the beginning it was accused to be involved by the UK? Come on. We need to be a more pedantic with the proof than "if they were not guilty, they would have cooperated"...To take an extreme example, guess what will be the reaction of North Korea if the US accuse them of anything similar....Russia is not North Korea, but it is also not France etc )

12 January 2018

11 December 2017

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  1. Hey Pete. I’m thinking of doing some ‘how to’ guide’s for the community. I’m aware you are producing a how to for the community on how to write a story. I was just wondering what you will be including in that and the kind of topics you are covering so none of my how to’s cover the same? Thanks

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