I had no problem. But there is a note on the online edition saying they are experiencing problems with their system.
Bet it was a cyberattack.
How do I access stories more than 10 times a month without being charged?
Do you have a friend who has a print subscription? They can share free web access with one other "family member" at a different address.
OF course you could pay and support their journalism.
R6, we are paying enough for the War in Iraq that the NY Times helped the Neo-cons sell us with a pack of lies about WMDs.
The NY Times should be paying the US taxpayers for the damage their reports based on "faulty intelligence" (wink, wink) caused.
Delete your cookies
Self-serving crap, R7. If you're so disgusted with the Times, boycott them. If you still want to read their work, pay for it.
They are bootlicking government shills, and I can't wait for the day (coming soon!) that they file bankruptcy and disappear.
I don't want to read their work, R9.
I want them to be held accountable for being lying propagandists and I want the American public to stop looking at them as a trustworthy source of news.
I hope they go as financially bankrupt to match their moral bankruptcy.