As Google is leaning more on newspapers, the newspapers are taking more liberty with how they structure their site to be Google friendly. The NYT's internal search result for sex ranks #2 in Google for sex. From John Andrew's post:
Look for query.nytimes.com (search results) and topics.nytimes.com (archives) showing up in the #1 spot for search phrases, as if the re-published content was “fresh news”. ... Clearly if Google is going to rank “newly published” results as most relevant in a SERP, there is a nice big fat incentive to “re-publish” such archives fairly often.
Will webmasters soon trade in Google news listed domains as they once traded in PageRank?