In "Overlooked," the Times offers obituaries of notable women who didn't receive attention at the time of their passing.
The influential White House correspondent Glenn Thrush will be the subject of an investigation.
The out entrepreneur wrote an op-ed in The New York Times to support a bill dubbed the Gawker Act, to prevent a repeat of what happened to him: "Gawker violated my privacy and cashed in on it."
The medical examiner describes visiting the nightclub as part of his job identifying the 49 victims.
The editors responsible for removing the image of two Chinese men kissing contend it was for the safety of their staff and to abide by restrictive laws concerning 'blasphemy' in Pakistan.