The head of the U.S. agency that released more than 2,000 detained immigrants facing deportation said the decision was made for budgetary reasons, as Republicans questioned whether it placed people in danger and was precipitated by politics.
New York Times Co. has been working to fix about 200 glitches in the technology for charging online readers of its namesake newspaper, just weeks before the project is scheduled to debut, said a person familiar with the matter.
Paul Hastings LLP said Douglas Flaum has joined the firm as a partner in New York. He was previously at Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson LLP, where he was head of the securities and shareholder litigation practice.
U.S. newspaper circulation declines slowed in the six months through September after the New York Times, USA Today and Los Angeles Times lost a smaller percentage of readers at their paid print dailies.