Which is more dangerous? The New York Times’ Top 10 News Stories for 2018

By: Jeff Deeney | November 20, 2018 11:19am EDT | Updated: November 20.2018 09:58am EDT NEW YORK — The New Yorker, one of the most widely read newspapers in the United States, will publish a new list of the Top 10 Most Dangerous News Stories of the Year, according to a list of criteria that was released Tuesday.

The New York Post has been a regular presence on the New Yorker’s list of Top 10 stories for decades, so it was a natural choice for a list to include the magazine that covers the news, the Times said in a statement.

The list also includes the Associated Press, the Los Angeles Times, USA Today, Reuters, ABC News, Bloomberg, USA TODAY, The Wall Street Journal, Time, Newsweek, CNN, USA, ABC and PBS.

The list also has two entries from The Associated Press that have been used on its website for years: the “Top 10 Most Newsworthy Stories” and the “10 Most Influential Stories of 2018.”

The AP’s “Top Ten Most Influencer Stories” are the highest-ranking stories in its “100 Most Influenced People” list.

The top story in the New York magazine, The Atlantic’s “Bombshell: Why Donald Trump’s Presidency Could Be Worse Than We Think,” received a spot on the list.

Other stories that made the list include the “20 Most Powerful Women in the World,” “20 Women in America Who Will Save You From Yourself,” and the New Republic’s “Why We Should Be Proud of You.”

“This is an important and important year for the New Yorkers,” New Yorker editor in chief Michael Barbaro said in the statement.

“I look forward to sharing the story of our great city with you in 2018.”

The top 10 Most Stories of The Year is curated by former Vice President Joe Biden, who wrote the first-ever list in 2015, and includes some stories that were not included in the 2015 list.

Those stories included the “Five Most Fascinating Facts About the Human Brain” and “The Most Fascinate and Uncomfortable Facts About Sex.”

The 2016 list also included “Five Reasons America is in the Dark Ages.”

The list of stories was developed by the editors of The Atlantic and the Washington Post.

The New Republic, a publication founded in 1965, also is a regular contributor to the list, but it does not appear on the annual list.

The magazine has been the most influential in recent years with its news coverage, with stories such as the “9 Most Important Things About Donald Trump” and The New Statesman’s “The World’s Worst Countries.”