Why is New York Times executive editor Bill Keller writing front page stories?

Bill Keller, executive editor of the New York Times , is not writing front page articles because the paper is running low on dough—at least we don’t think so. Instead, Keller, who accompanied a Times ’ reporter to Iran for the election, decided to pitch in by penning two articles—a “memo from Tehran” and a news analysis—that ran on the paper’s front page.

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