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Oct 23, 2019

Mark Zuckerberg, Have You Considered Retirement?
You're everyone's favorite political punching bag, for good reason. Why not take the decade off?

NYT > Opinion
Oct 23, 2019

An Election Is the Only Answer for Britain
Boris Johnson, having failed in his do-or-die mission, must take Brexit back to the public.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 23, 2019

Elizabeth Warren's Plan to End Private Health Insurance
Readers discuss whether Senator Warren should be more willing to compromise on her "Medicare for all" stand. Also: President Trump dismisses the Constitution; humility in its guises.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 23, 2019

Hunting Mexico's Kingpins Won't Stop the Flow of Migrants or Drugs to the U.S.
After the recent spate of violence, President López Obrador should advise the U.S. that the war on drugs is not the focus of his agenda.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 23, 2019

Elizabeth Warren Has a Poet on Her Team. Here's Why That's a Good Idea.
Political rhetoric has gotten dull and empathy fatigue has set in. A more creative communication approach can combat that.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 23, 2019

An Envoy's Damaging Testimony Against Trump
Readers discuss a diplomat's account of the Trump administration's dealings with Ukraine.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 23, 2019

YouTube is Erasing History
Under pressure to remove "extremist content," platforms are purging vital human rights evidence.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 23, 2019

We Need More Poetry in Politics
Political rhetoric has gotten dull and empathy fatigue has set in. A more creative communication approach can combat that.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 23, 2019

No, It Wasn't Just Racism
A visit to a community near Baltimore.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 23, 2019

It Always Comes Back to Syria
For years, the war there has affected events far beyond the country's borders. It will happen again.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 23, 2019

Not Your Father's Masculinity
Meet the "new man": whatever others say he is.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 23, 2019

Climate Change Will Cost Us Even More Than We Think
Economists greatly underestimate the price tag on harsher weather and higher seas. Why is that?

NYT > Opinion
Oct 23, 2019

The Gaping, Recession-Sized Hole in 2020 College Plans
Every good plan needs a contingency plan. That means making sure states can afford free college expansions, even in the oncoming recession.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 23, 2019

Trudeau Survived. Now Stop Pretending Canada Is a Diverse Paradise.
It's time to get over being nice and comfortable.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 22, 2019

Donald Trump's Quid Pro Quo Is Now a Smoking Gun
Mr. Trump's own acting envoy, William Taylor, described how the president tried to force Ukraine to advance his political interests.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 22, 2019

Is God Skipping the Democratic Primary?
The candidates' reticence about religion is excessive and unwise.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 22, 2019

Trump's Syria Trifecta: A Win for Putin, a Loss for the Kurds and Lots of Uncertainty for Our Allies
It's pure genius!

NYT > Opinion
Oct 22, 2019

Justin Trudeau, Humbled, Gets a Second Chance
He survived scandal and self-inflicted wounds, but will have to lead Canada as part of a coalition with progressive parties.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 22, 2019

Making Drug Companies Pay for the Opioid Epidemic
It's the worst drug crisis in American history. Should we be looking to the courts for justice?

NYT > Opinion
Oct 22, 2019

I Am Part of the Resistance Inside the Trump Administration
I work for the president but like-minded colleagues and I have vowed to thwart parts of his agenda and his worst inclinations.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 22, 2019

The America I Knew as Russia's Foreign Minister Is Gone
But by impeaching Donald Trump, it can become a beacon of moral truth again.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 22, 2019

My Day as an Abortion Care Provider
A thank you, a prayer for my soul, a 14-year-old and a 41-year-old.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 22, 2019

Hillary Clinton's Attack on Tulsi Gabbard
A reader urges Mrs. Clinton to stay out of the campaign. Also: Turkey's nuclear ambitions; President Trump's foreign policy playbook; the case for regulation.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 22, 2019

To Treat Chronic Ailments, Fix Diet First
For many patients, the right food may be the best medicine.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 22, 2019

Trump Is Tracking Your Phone
Privacy is a 2020 issue, even if the campaigns won't address it.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 22, 2019

Should Men Become More Like Women?
Readers react to a Sunday Review essay that said men and boys should "aspire to women's cultural norms."

NYT > Opinion
Oct 22, 2019

The Enduring Power of Anticapitalism in American Politics
From Debs to Sanders to Ocasio-Cortez, an ideal persists.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 22, 2019

Chile Learns the Price of Economic Inequality
Protesters are demanding a larger share of the nation's prosperity — a reality check for its celebrated economic model.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 22, 2019

From Russia, With Admiration and Despair
When I was the Russian foreign minister, America was a beacon of moral truth. By impeaching Donald Trump, it can become one again.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 22, 2019

Has the Ballroom Scene Outgrown ‘Realness'?
L.G.B.T.Q. people are increasingly visible. What does that mean for a competition based on passing?

NYT > Opinion
Oct 22, 2019

Beyond the Grave: Franco's Memory Exhumed
After 44 years, Spain's opportunity to overcome historical grudges is at risk of becoming a symbolic gesture.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 22, 2019

24 Hours Without My Phone
I recommend a tech shabbat.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 22, 2019

Justin Trudeau's Anemic Victory
Sure, he eked out a "win." But it shouldn't have even been a fight.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 22, 2019

The Long Kurdish Struggle
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's war is an ethnonationalist attack on Kurds and their aspirations.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 22, 2019

‘Watership Down' and the Crisis of Liberalism
A classic novel (yes, the one about rabbits) has a political teaching for today.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 22, 2019

‘Baby Shark' and the Sounds of Protest in Lebanon
A tax on WhatsApp calls opens the floodgates of anger over corruption and Lebanese from all sects pour into the streets.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 21, 2019

But Her Emails …
A three-year investigation finds no criminal wrongdoing in Hillary Clinton's email practices, which many members of the Trump administration have now embraced.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 21, 2019

1, 2, 3, 4, Trump Can't Rule Us Anymore
With impeachment looming, it's time to take to the streets again.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 21, 2019

The Unraveling of Mick Mulvaney
The White House chief of staff, still "acting" after all these months, should never have been cast in the role of spin doctor.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 21, 2019

H.B.C.U.s' Sink-or-Swim Moment
These storied schools are largely responsible for the nation's black middle class. They are also on the brink of financial ruin.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 21, 2019

Can Warren Escape the Medicare Trap?
The candidate of plans needs a really good one right now.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 21, 2019

Why Hillary Clinton Shouldn't Trade in Conspiracy Theories About Tulsi Gabbard
The problem is not just paranoia. It's also that she questioned a candidate's motives rather than the soundness of her views.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 21, 2019

Urging Republicans to Turn Against Trump
Readers call on Republicans to stop defending the president's actions. One appeals to Mitt Romney to run against Mr. Trump.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 21, 2019

Drug Cartel Control Is Not Peace
The decision to release El Chapo's son is a reminder that Mexico needs a coherent strategy to fight violence.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 21, 2019

Did Exxon Deceive Its Investors on Climate Change?
New York's attorney general is about to square off against the oil giant in court.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 21, 2019

A Darker Side of Hungary
The Open Society Foundations dismisses the idea of populism in Budapest. Also: Accessibility in New York subways; figure-smoothing lingerie.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 21, 2019

What If the Real Act of Holiness is Rest?
After all, that is the Sabbath's chief requirement.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 21, 2019

This Is the True End Of Pax Americana
Mr. Trump is taking a wrecking ball to the world order.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 21, 2019

Amazon's First Fully Automated Factory Is Anything But
Keeping the "human free" facility running requires the work of third-party contractors, who are often put into dangerous situations.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 21, 2019

Why Lindsey Graham and Rand Paul Fight for Trump's Favor
The sparring between these two senators and presidential allies is helping to shape conservative foreign policy.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 21, 2019

The Toxic Masculinity of the Trump Administration
It took a woman to break the spell that appeared to put the president above the law.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 21, 2019

Remember the Sabbath Day
What if resting, all by itself, is the real act of holiness?

NYT > Opinion
Oct 21, 2019

How Florida Republicans Are Talking About Impeachment
Working-class Republicans see Donald Trump as a white businessman who made a lot of money. The investigations only strengthen their kinship with him.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 21, 2019

America's Great Betrayal
Mr. Trump is taking a wrecking ball to the world order.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 21, 2019

Canada Isn't So Different. It Could Go Populist Too.
How long can politicians avoid real talk about how globalization has failed the middle class?

NYT > Opinion
Oct 20, 2019

Want Trump to Go? Take to the Streets
Another moment for public protest has arrived.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 20, 2019

No, We Won't Just ‘Get Over It'
We dare not fail this test of our constitutional government.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 20, 2019

Pelosi Has History and the Constitution at Her Back
When the president runs amok, the House has a congressional duty to step in and provide oversight.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 20, 2019

They Are Not the Resistance. They Are Not a Cabal. They Are Public Servants.
Let us now praise these not-silent heroes.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 20, 2019

It's Time for an Americans' March
Another moment for public protest has arrived.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 20, 2019

Will the U.K. Ever Get Closure on Brexit?
A lack of trust in Boris Johnson has delayed proceedings, once again.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 20, 2019

Women Breaking the Silence on Miscarriages
Three women who lost babies discuss their experiences and the emotions they felt. Also: Don't give up on urine tests.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 20, 2019

Is Trump a Pathological Narcissist?
Readers offer their answers. One jokes that "he gives narcissism a bad name."

NYT > Opinion
Oct 19, 2019

How Low Will Trump Go?
The president is unabashed, unapologetic and out of control.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 19, 2019

How Do I Hand Out $100,000?
A reader donates funds. My job is to dispense them.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 19, 2019

Trump Takes Incoherence and Inhumanity and Calls It Foreign Policy
He was right when he said, "Foreign policy is what I'll be remembered for."

NYT > Opinion
Oct 19, 2019

Did Harold Bloom or Toni Morrison Win the Literary Canon Wars?
It wasn't Bloom. But it wasn't not Bloom, either.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 19, 2019

Everyone Is Dead, but the Pizza Oven Works
Want to survive the apocalypse? Check out the listings on LuxuryBunkerSwap.com.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 19, 2019

Trump Is a Weak Man in a Strongman's World
Without his bodyguard of generals, the president is becoming the overseas arsonist his 2016 critics feared.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 19, 2019

When the Dream of Owning a Home Became a Nightmare
A federal program to encourage black homeownership in the 1970s ended in a flood of foreclosures.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 19, 2019

I Had a Late-Term Abortion. I Am Not a Monster.
I am a grieving mother who protected her child from a life of pain and suffering.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 19, 2019

The Chinese Threat to American Speech
American companies have an obligation to defend the freedom of expression, even at the risk of angering China.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 19, 2019

The City Sanders and Ocasio-Cortez Would Have Loved to Live In
When "sewer socialism" ruled during the first half of the 20th century, Milwaukee flourished.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 19, 2019

One Cure for Malnutrition of the Soul
We are spiritual beings. That's why I joined the millions of people who make some form of religious pilgrimage.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 19, 2019

I Did Not Join the Army to Abandon Our Allies
A captain wonders if the Kurdish soldiers he served alongside in Syria three months ago are now dead.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 19, 2019

Marie Yovanovitch's Moral Courage
It took a woman to break the spell of ‘sovereign masculinity' that appeared to put the president above the law.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 19, 2019

The Bigotry Toward Italian Immigrants
Readers discuss an article about how darker-skinned southern Italians faced racism a century ago and had to struggle for acceptance.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 19, 2019

Lebanon Is on Fire
The Lebanese government's ineptitude has ignited the country.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 18, 2019

Trump's Gut, and the Gutting of American Credibility
Kurds always get shafted. Still, this was American perfidy.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 18, 2019

Mulvaney, as Clouseau, Solves Mystery!
The acting chief of staff's admission changes everything.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 18, 2019

The Crisis of the Republican Party
The G.O.P. put Donald Trump in power. It's their special responsibility to uphold the rule of law.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 18, 2019

How China Could Stop Brazil's Ecological Tragedy
As the largest importer of Brazilian soy and beef, Beijing can use its leverage to deter the destruction of the Amazon rainforest.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 18, 2019

I Joined the Army to Prevent Genocide, Not to Pave the Way for It
A captain wonders if the Kurdish soldiers he served alongside in Syria three months ago are now dead.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 18, 2019

Are We Ready for the Breastfeeding Father?
He has intrigued and disgusted for millenniums. He has also remained largely hypothetical, until now.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 18, 2019

Peter Handke, an Undeserving Nobel Laureate
The Holocaust scholar Deborah Lipstadt takes issue with a column by Bret Stephens.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 18, 2019

Why Aren't We Curious About the Things We Want to Be Curious About?
You've been clickbaited by your own brain.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 18, 2019

Another Dizzying Day in the Trump Presidency
A deal that capitulates to Turkey, an ambassador's ignorance, a summit at a Trump resort, a departing "secretary of Oops" …

NYT > Opinion
Oct 18, 2019

The Admiral vs. the President
An Op-Ed by a retired admiral strongly criticizing President Trump brought a reader to tears, "when contrasted so starkly with the dishonor and hubris emanating from the White House."

NYT > Opinion
Oct 18, 2019

The Sex-Crazed Poet Strongman Who (Briefly) Built an Empire
Gabriele d'Annunzio pioneered the politics of the spectacle.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 18, 2019

‘Big Mouth' Is the Queer Childhood I Wish I Had
Most L.G.B.T.Q. adults could not openly explore their sexuality as children, but the Netflix series provides a template (and hope) for future generations.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 18, 2019

Algorithms Feed Us Music We Already Like. ‘New Sounds' Challenges Us.
WNYC is cancelling its flagship music show, which has long championed music that gets little airplay elsewhere.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 18, 2019

Celebrate Your Kid's Transition. Don't Grieve It.
We didn't die.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 18, 2019

The Impeachment Will Be Televised
Public hearings are coming.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 18, 2019

What Happens When Employers Can Read Your Facial Expressions?
The benefits do not come close to outweighing the risks.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 18, 2019

What the Loss of WNYC's ‘New Sounds' Means to Music Lovers
The show's host, John Schaefer, has long championed music that gets little airplay elsewhere.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 18, 2019

How Did Gordon Sondland Think This Was Going to End?
He paid $1 million for an ambassadorship and bought himself disgrace.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 17, 2019

Goodbye, Rikers
New York finally turns the page.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 17, 2019

Turkey's Victory Over Donald Trump
The Turkish president got what he wanted — as did Russia and Iran.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 17, 2019

If It's Trump vs. Warren, Then What?
A hard but necessary choice to save the country.

NYT > Opinion
Oct 17, 2019

Democrats, Avoid the Robot Rabbit Hole
The automation obsession is an escapist fantasy.

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