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A Few Words From a Master Journalist

Francis X. Clines wrote thousands of lyrical, acutely observed articles for The New York Times. Here are excerpts from a few of them. Source: New York Times

Francis X. Clines, Lyrical Writer for The Times, Dies at 84

He brought a literary sensibility to his widely admired work as a reporter, columnist and editorial writer, whether covering the streets of New York or the Troubles of Northern Ireland. Source: New York Times

New York Times Reaches 9.1 Million Subscribers

The purchase of The Athletic helped the company get closer to its new subscriber goal, but the sports site lost $6.8 million over two months, eating into overall profits. Source: New York Times

New York Times Tech Workers Vote to Certify Union

The ratification, with about 80 percent of ballots in favor, makes it the largest tech union in the United States with collective bargaining rights. Source: New York Times

45 Years of Metropolitan Diary

What makes a column that began in November 1976 so durable? The broad appeal of New York stories like the ones featured here each week. Source: New York Times