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This is the ultimate New Yorker look at the week’s news.
In this special feature, we’re breaking down everything that’s been shaping the news of the week, from the coronavirus pandemic to the first-ever Black History Month.
Here’s what we found: • The Times is stopping printing the Naked Gun column.
As of the publication of this article, the column had been published more than 100 times.
• The column has a circulation of more than a million copies.
• It’s the only column that has been published twice every week for the past three years.
• A New Yorker staff writer who has been writing about the epidemic and its aftermath for more than three years, Josh Constine, has been the subject of an online petition calling for his firing.
• There have been a total of 19 protests against the column in New York City.
• Some of the protest signatories have spoken out against the decision to stop printing the column.
• Several protesters have called on the Times to remove the column from its website.
“The Naked Gun” is not a regular feature on the paper.
The column is published in the first few days of each month, usually on the last Thursday of every month.
A New York Magazine story about the New Yorker’s cover story on the pandemic featured a story about a photo of the magazine’s first cover featuring the column on its cover.
• In February, the New York Post announced that it was halting its “Nudestagram” series, which featured photos of celebrities and celebrities with the words “Nude.”
The reason: The site had been hacked.
The Post said it was “very concerned” by what it said were copyright issues, which it said could have been caused by the viral image.
In a statement to The New Republic, the newspaper said it “is deeply sorry for the privacy invasion that led to the cancellation of the series.”
The website had also been hacked before, and a security researcher named Joe Bork, who was investigating the matter, said in February that “several thousand” passwords had been compromised.
The Times said the site was “working to repair the site and identify those responsible.”
• In April, The New American reported that a group called “NYT Hackers” had claimed responsibility for a series of Twitter and Instagram posts that appeared to show the Naked Guns’ employees holding guns in the past, before the pandemics began.
• On April 24, an anonymous Twitter user posted the following message to @nytimesnews: “I’m going to kill you, @nyt.
The @nytsnews is a disgusting organization that is trying to ruin your life.”
The tweet has since been deleted.
The tweet was a reference to the viral photo that was used as the headline for the cover of the Times’ March 25, 2016, edition, which showed the magazine staff with guns drawn in the middle of a crowded Times Square.
• New York magazine is one of the most popular magazines in the United States.
It was ranked third in circulation for April 2016, according to ComScore.