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Jul 22, 2019

She Didn't Act Like a Rape Victim
Rape victims must yell, cry and fight, says the Army that trained us for years to be silent, strong and obedient.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 22, 2019

Depressed? Here's a Bench. Talk to Me.
On the streets of New York, the city supports a program, first used in Zimbabwe, of having peers offer an ear to people who are suffering but are not in a position to seek professional therapy.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 22, 2019

One of Chávez's Most Arbitrary Acts Has Finally Been Reversed
Venezuela has a chance to start loosening the grip of harsh disunity by releasing all of its political prisoners.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 22, 2019

The Judge and Jury Agreed I Didn't Kill Anyone. So Why Did I Just Serve 16 Years for Murder?
It's thanks to an arcane legal doctrine that's been ditched everywhere — except the United States.

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Jul 22, 2019

A Judge Is Freed. Can Venezuela Now Free Itself?
The country has a chance to start loosening the grip of harsh disunity by releasing all of its political prisoners.

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Jul 22, 2019

The Trees Might Save Us Yet
A new study suggests that restoring forests could help reverse global warming.

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Jul 22, 2019

Trump Wants Immigrants to ‘Go Back.' Native Americans Don't.
The president and his followers lack authority to tell anyone to leave this country because they are not indigenous to this land.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 22, 2019

I Didn't Kill Anyone. Why Did I Just Serve 16 Years for Murder?
The felony murder rule is an arcane legal doctrine that puts people in prison for murders they did not commit.

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Jul 22, 2019

President Duterte's War on Drugs Is a Pretense
He is using it to quash the opposition in the Philippines. I should know: I'm one of his victims.

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Jul 22, 2019

Boris Johnson Is How Britain Ends
Not with a bang, but with a burst of blond ambition.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 21, 2019

Denying Racism Supports It
Refusing to address and acknowledge the prejudices in our country is a big part of the problem.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 21, 2019

What's America's Winning Hand if Russia Plays the China Card?
The two adversaries are growing closer, posing a strategic challenge to the United States.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 21, 2019

McConnell Doesn't Want the Senate to Talk About Trump's Tweets. Here's a Way Around Him.
Writing a round robin letter lets senators make their views public when they can't debate or vote on a resolution.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 21, 2019

Hey, College Graduates: Don't Dismiss Rural America
You don't have to live in a big city to succeed economically and socially.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 21, 2019

In Fond Remembrance of Mad Magazine
The lost world according to Alfred E. Neuman. Also: Urinary tract infections; wild horses.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 21, 2019

Taming the High Cost of Rental Housing
Readers respond to an editorial with their suggestions for making more affordable units.

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Jul 21, 2019

State and Local Taxes Are Worsening Inequality
Most states lean heavily on lower-income families. An Illinois referendum is a step toward correcting the problem.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 20, 2019

The G.O.P. Is Now a Personality Cult
The party no longer stands for much of anything.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 20, 2019

How Democrats Defeat Donald Trump
Stop talking so much about the America that he's destroying. Save your breath for the America you want to create.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 20, 2019

The Four Ordinary People Who Took on Big Pharma
They tried to warn us about the dangers of OxyContin. Almost two decades later, we're finally listening.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 20, 2019

The Spy Business Is Booming and We Should Be Worried
Spyware and hacking know-how are more available than ever, making our data more vulnerable and the world more dangerous.

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Jul 20, 2019

The Flaws of the Great Justice Stevens
Fine personal qualities do not always translate into judicial virtues.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 20, 2019

The Lessons of a Hideous Forest
The insistence of wild growth at Fresh Kills Landfill should make us rethink nature.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 20, 2019

The Invisible Hand of Justice Stevens on Abortion
He was a leading if often unseen strategist who helped protect a woman's right to choose.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 20, 2019

The Ridiculous Fantasy of a ‘No Drama' Relationship
Online, that's what men say they want from women. Do they know nothing about life?

NYT > Opinion
Jul 20, 2019

Rail-Splitter Versus Hate Spitter
I can't face Honest Abe in the dismal days of Dishonest Don.

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Jul 20, 2019

FaceApp and the Savage Shock of Aging
In the mirror is someone we never thought we'd become.

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Jul 20, 2019

The Sublime Grandeur of Apollo 11
The peak of American greatness lies 50 years in the past.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 20, 2019

The Lives of First-Generation Americans
Readers react to an essay about how fortunate the children of immigrants are.

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Jul 20, 2019

Trump's Attacks Will Not Stop Me
I'm a young female Muslim activist. The message from the president and his followers will not deter my ambitions.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 20, 2019

Quarterly Reports on the Phases of the Moon
Good news for investors: It is likely not only to appear, but also to rapidly increase its share of the night sky.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 20, 2019

Science Fiction Sent Man to the Moon
Neil Armstrong's first small step owed more than you'd think to the footsteps of Jules Verne, H.G. Wells and Fritz Lang.

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Jul 20, 2019

The Vicious Fun of America's Most Famous Literary Circle
The Algonquin Round Table trained a generation of socially conscious writers.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 20, 2019

Trump Has Scrambled America's Foreign Policy. Can the Democrats Do Better?
The party's presidential candidates are running mainly on domestic issues.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 19, 2019

To the Moon, but Not Back
You might be surprised what humans left behind on the lunar surface.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 19, 2019

Trump and Ahmadinejad Are Right
The administration is talking to the Taliban and North Korea. Why not Iran?

NYT > Opinion
Jul 19, 2019

The Perfect Antidote to Trump
Willa Cather knew what made America great.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 19, 2019

Puerto Ricans Deserve Better From Their Government
A local leadership scandal has exacerbated recent struggles on the island.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 19, 2019

How to Save the Amazon Rain Forest
Countries in the Amazon Basin are falling behind on their targets to cut deforestation. Environmental enforcement combined with economic incentives could provide a way forward.

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Jul 19, 2019

Leana Wen: Why I Left Planned Parenthood
I believe abortion is about health care, not politics. Many of my colleagues disagreed.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 19, 2019

Trump, ‘Exploiting Racism for Political Gain'
Readers discuss the president's "go back" tweet and reflect on earlier calls of "America, love it or leave it."

NYT > Opinion
Jul 19, 2019

Donald Trump, and Other Readers, Had a Lot to Say About Friedman's Column
More than 5,000 readers, including the president, weighed in.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 19, 2019

Does Russia Want More Than Your Old Face?
The FaceApp fracas forces us to think hard about giving our personal data to companies in authoritarian countries.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 19, 2019

Meghan McCain: What I Learned From My Miscarriage
I loved my baby, and I always will.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 19, 2019

Time for Another Trip to the Moon?
A reporter who covered the Apollo 11 lunar mission 50 years ago and other readers offer their opinions.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 19, 2019

The Joy of Hatred
Trump and "his people" reach deep into the violent history of public spectacle in America.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 19, 2019

Can the Democratic Revolution Wait?
Thomas Friedman thinks so. More than 5,000 readers, including Donald Trump, also weighed in.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 19, 2019

Private Surveillance Is a Lethal Weapon Anybody Can Buy
Is it too late to rein it in?

NYT > Opinion
Jul 19, 2019

A V.I.P. Party in Central Park
Private events in public parks are getting out of hand.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 19, 2019

Rising Health Costs, Coming Your Way
Goodbye Cadillac tax.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 19, 2019

Send Me Back to the Country I Came From
Ireland, the country of my ancestors, has become what America used to be.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 19, 2019

Anyone Can Hire a Team of Spies
There is a booming industry of private hackers, snoops and secret agents. Is it too late to rein it in?

NYT > Opinion
Jul 19, 2019

Defenders of a Racist President Use Jews as Human Shields
Trump's bigoted attack on four congresswomen of color has nothing to do with fighting anti-Semitism.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 18, 2019

The ‘Drill, Baby, Drill' Crowd Wants Access to This Arctic Reserve
There is no good reason to disturb the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 18, 2019

85 Were Murdered in an Attack on Jews. They Deserve Justice.
Argentina is observing the grim 25th anniversary of a horrific car bombing at a Jewish community center. Its government has never arrested the culprits.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 18, 2019

‘I Can See You Are Gay; I Will Kill You'
L.G.B.T.Q. Africans are funneled into a system that exposes them to the same persecutory treatment they sought to escape.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 18, 2019

Deficit Man and the 2020 Election
The Trump bump probably peaked too early.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 18, 2019

Donald Trump Hates America
The rest of us can love America well.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 18, 2019

The Real Meaning of ‘Send Her Back!'
It's become the message of Donald Trump's presidency.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 18, 2019

A Rush to Drill, Just Because We Can
There is no good reason to disturb the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 18, 2019

FaceApp Shows We Care About Privacy but Don't Understand It
There are good lessons to learn from an overblown controversy.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 18, 2019

Trump Voters Are Not the Only Voters
They are, in fact, in the minority — so why do the media and Democratic leaders seem so obsessed with them?

NYT > Opinion
Jul 18, 2019

What I Learned Photographing Death
Documenting the final moments between critically ill children and their families helped me come to terms with my cancer diagnosis.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 18, 2019

The Death of Eric Garner: Assessing Blame
The president of the Police Benevolent Association defends the police officer involved; another reader urges new police guidelines. Also: Afghanistan and Arizona.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 18, 2019

Facebook And Google Trackers Are Showing Up on Porn Sites
A new study scanned 22,484 pornography sites and found them riddled with trackers from major technology companies.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 18, 2019

In '99 He Was Sentenced to Life. Twenty Years Later, I Set Him Free.
A federal judge explains how she saw redemption in an inmate's efforts to improve himself.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 18, 2019

Hear the Words of Detained Migrant Children
New York children read the words of their peers held in U.S. Border Patrol facilities.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 18, 2019

Are the Democrats Heading for Defeat?
Readers react to a column by Thomas L. Friedman criticizing Democratic rhetoric that is too far to the left.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 18, 2019

Trump Is Racist to the Bone
Trump's hate is evident from his jawbones down to his thumbs and little toes.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 18, 2019

85 Jews Were Murdered. They Deserve Justice.
Argentina is observing the grim 25th anniversary of a horrific car bombing at a Jewish community center. Its government has never arrested the culprits.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 18, 2019

Mexico Is Doing Trump's Dirty Work. Enough.
We must return to our long tradition of firm, intelligent and dignified diplomacy.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 18, 2019

So This Is Where We Are
The G.O.P., quietly accepting hatefulness.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 18, 2019

What Trump Is Teaching Our Children
Part of the president's job is to inspire young Americans to be better citizens. Trump is doing the opposite.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 18, 2019

Where the Dead Still Cry for Justice
Argentina is observing the grim 25th anniversary of a horrific car bombing at a Jewish community center. Its government has never arrested the culprits.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 18, 2019

Prison for Life. He Turned Himself Around. So I Freed Him.
A federal judge explains how she saw redemption in an inmate's efforts to improve himself.

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Jul 18, 2019

A ‘Train Wreck' Was Averted at the Supreme Court, but for How Long?
While the rule of law prevailed in the census case, it still hangs by a thread.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 18, 2019

Will Trump's Racism Sink the G.O.P.?
And is "they" the solution to our constrictive gender binary?

NYT > Opinion
Jul 18, 2019

We Need a Separate Visa to Protect L.G.B.T.Q. Asylum Seekers
L.G.B.T.Q. Africans are funneled into a system that exposes them to the same persecutory treatment they sought to escape.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 18, 2019

What's the Future of Syrian Refugees in Turkey?
Turkish government and opposition parties need to work together to prevent the deepening of anti-immigrant talk and xenophobic Turkish nationalism.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 17, 2019

How Not to Insult Donald Trump
Call him racist, call him sexist, just don't call him late for dinner.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 17, 2019

Google and Facebook Are Quietly Tracking You on Sex Websites
A new study scanned 22,484 pornography sites and found them riddled with trackers from major technology companies.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 17, 2019

John Paul Stevens Was Justice Incarnate
I was lucky enough to see firsthand how he embodied judicial, moral and personal independence.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 17, 2019

Racist to the Bone
Trump's hate is evident from his jawbones down to his thumbs and little toes.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 17, 2019

The V.I.P. Party in Central Park
Private events in public parks are getting out of hand.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 17, 2019

The Boeing 737 Max Crisis Is a Leadership Failure
Safety begins at the top, and the top officials at Boeing and the Federal Aviation Administration have let us down.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 17, 2019

Mexico Is Doing Trump's Dirty Work. Enough
We must return to our long tradition of firm, intelligent and dignified diplomacy.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 17, 2019

Why Justice Stevens Turned Against the Death Penalty
He ended up seeing it as a failure.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 17, 2019

The Hard Immigration Questions
They're different from the racism questions.

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Jul 17, 2019

The Problems With Risk Assessment Tools
They give recommendations that make future violence seem more predictable than it is.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 17, 2019

What Justice Stevens Got Very Right, and What He Got Very Wrong
Whether or not you agree, both decisions demonstrate his ability to see the world from the perspective of others.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 17, 2019

Mexico Must Stop Bowing to Trump
We must return to our long tradition of firm, intelligent and dignified diplomacy.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 17, 2019

John Paul Stevens Dissented Until the End
The justice, who died on Tuesday, was not quiet about court matters in his retirement.

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Jul 17, 2019

We Need People Like Justice Stevens More Than Ever
He called for protections for gay Americans because he was able to see the world from the perspective of others.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 17, 2019

It's Personal: Is ‘They' the Way to Go?
Readers take sides on issues of grammar and gender.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 17, 2019

Shutting the Door on Asylum Seekers
A new immigration rule, and a new human rights commission. Also: Dementia patients; airplane landings.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 17, 2019

Will El Chapo's Trial Change Organized Crime Forever?
The code of omertà has been broken.

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Jul 17, 2019

Integration vs. White Intransigence
Separate has never been equal.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 17, 2019

Imran Khan's ‘New Pakistan' Is as Good as the Old
The country looks like a struggling dictatorship.

NYT > Opinion
Jul 17, 2019

How Drivers Can Beat Uber at Its Own Game
By forming their own corporation, ride-share workers could win leverage over companies that refuse to consider them employees.

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Jul 17, 2019

Where Segregation Persists, Trouble Persists
Integration works, but how do we get it to fly in the face of white intransigence?

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