Trading in its old-fashioned, written format, the NYT posted a 1-minute video report on a massive, new study of thousands of home births in the US and Canada. The result: for low-risk women, home births required far fewer medical interventions than hospital births (even accounting for those home birth cases which had to be transferred to a hospital).
That's about all the Times reporter had; she was so giddy about being on "TV," she apparently couldn't be bothered to get into much detail.
Ironically, ABC has the text of the study press release, by Drs. Kenneth C. Johnson and Betty-Anne Daviss, which was published in the British Medical Journal.