This morning, police raided the printing plant of the New York Times on charges of union corruption. From the paper's own website:
A warrant was served at the newspaper’s printing plant in College Point, Queens, by New York City police officers working in conjunction with the office of the Manhattan district attorney, Robert M. Morgenthau, as investigators sought paperwork related to the work of the Newspaper and Mail Deliverers Union, which bundles and trucks newspapers across the region.
And curiously, the Times observes:
Given the Times' admission that they are familiar with union corruption on an ongoing and intimate basis, you'd think the paper might be more interested in reporting on the topic.