Donald Sterling and The Times
Donald Sterling and The Times

As a longtime subscriber to The Times, an active member of Amnesty International, a former docent at the Museum of Tolerance and the son of Holocaust survivors, I found your front-page story on Donald Sterling ("Sterling foundation ads tout good works, but verifying them isn't easy," May 3) surprisingly shameful. Yes, the guy appears to be a bigot, and sometimes he doesn't give promised monies to charities. Does this mean The Times should splash this coverage all over its front page? Why not bury it inside, where the scandal hunters would find it anyway? Why not reserve the front page for real stories, including the Ukraine crisis and what it means, or why all the top...