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The New York Times was a newspaper published in New York City, New York.

The New York Times published the Pentagon Papers, a revealing expose on secret government activities and misconduct. (Findings at CTU)

The Times was supposedly friendly to Senator Debrah Drexler. Attorney General James Quincy told Brian Zelzer to call the Times in advance of Drexler's blackmailed endorsement of the New American Privacy Act, wanting the paper's staff to "choke on their own rags." (Veto Power)

Muhammed Abbas read an edition of the Times at the Four Seasons Hotel while he waited for Ayman al-Libbi to arrive. (Cat's Claw)

Senator David Palmer wrote an editorial piece for the Times, entitled "Serb Intransigence and European Destabilization." (Findings at CTU)

In custody at CTU Los Angeles, Christopher Henderson explained to Jack Bauer that he operated in the real world, not "the op-ed pages of the New York Times." ("Day 5: 4:00am-5:00am")

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The Times bulletin regarding Jack Bauer

In early 2014, the New York Times published a CTU world-wide bulletin requesting information on the whereabouts of Jack Bauer, a fugitive wanted on charges of terrorism, and directing those with knowledge to contact the U.S. or Canadian authorities. The notice indicated that the Royal Canadian Mounted Police were among the agencies attempting to find Bauer. (Underground #1)

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