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Sep 25, 2020

China Will Learn the Hard Way That Australians Can't Be Shamed
A transparent and egalitarian society like ours isn't susceptible to "kompromat."

NYT > Opinion
Sep 25, 2020

The Rise of Remote Work Can Be Unexpectedly Liberating
What if you are better off without the office?

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Sep 25, 2020

Would Amy Coney Barrett on the Supreme Court Cost the G.O.P. the Senate?
Mitch McConnell has a tricky needle to thread.

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Sep 25, 2020

Trump's Corona Coronation
"There won't be a transfer, frankly. There will be a continuation." How could the president makes his intentions any clearer?

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Sep 25, 2020

Are Republican Judges Putting Their Thumbs on the Electoral Scale?
Recent decisions certainly suggest as much.

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Sep 25, 2020

Letting Go of Summer
"Margaret Renkl captured the mixed bag of feelings many of us have as the season changes." Also: Domestic abuse; the Metropolitan Transportation Authority's finances.

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Sep 25, 2020

How Covid Changes the Way We Live
Many now fear a vaccine; a moviegoer won't go to theaters yet; a doctor bemoans large weddings. But readers also see brighter sides: a renewed sense of community and innovative music offerings.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 25, 2020

‘When You Get Into Unschooling, It's Almost Like a Religion'
The movement might help us deal with the problems posed by remote learning.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 25, 2020

1820 Has a Lot to Tell Us About 2020
What do we do when everything is coming apart?

NYT > Opinion
Sep 25, 2020

A Supreme Court Fight Might Be Exactly What America Needs
From the courts to Congress, we might need fewer embalming norms and more room for victories and defeat.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 25, 2020

Will Trump's Presidency Ever End?
America is in terrible danger.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 25, 2020

Can We Take the Schooling Out of Home Schooling?
The "unschooling" movement might help us deal with the problems posed by remote learning.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 25, 2020

Joe Biden's Stutter Is His Superpower
He already knows how to face down a bully.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 25, 2020

What Do We Do When Everything Is Coming Apart?
It turns out 1820 has a lot to tell us about 2020.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 25, 2020

At the Debate, Joe Biden Must Deal With Trump's Lies
Truth sandwiches, ridicule and other tactics for Joe Biden when he faces President Trump.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 25, 2020

A Battle Over the Battle for the Supreme Court
Jamelle Bouie joins the podcast for a debate on reforming the highest court in the land.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 24, 2020

Breonna Taylor and Perpetual Black Trauma
The system erased her as if she never existed.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 24, 2020

Free the Apps!
Apple and Google have a virtual monopoly on distributing mobile apps — that's bad for competition.

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Sep 24, 2020

How Faith Shapes My Politics
Not as much as you'd think.

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Sep 24, 2020

Trump's Stalinist Approach to Science
Bully and ignore the experts, and send in the quacks.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 24, 2020

What Have We Learned About Coronavirus Immunity?
Antibodies are only part of the picture.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 24, 2020

Life in ‘Anarchist' New York City
I saw a woman drinking iced coffee in 57 degree weather. OK, chaos agent!

NYT > Opinion
Sep 24, 2020

A Global Vaccine?
Countries around the globe are collaborating on developing a vaccine. Why isn't the U.S. participating?

NYT > Opinion
Sep 24, 2020

If Trump Won't Go, Then What?
Readers react to the president's pre-emptive dismissal of election results that go against him.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 24, 2020

Trump Wants You to Think You Can't Get Rid of Him
His strongman threats are scary. But don't forget that he's weak.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 24, 2020

In Cities, No Place for Partisan Politics
President Trump's targeting of cities as "Democrat-run" is dangerous, civic leaders say. Also: Psychiatric care in nursing homes; publishing's new focus; aid to Puerto Rico.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 24, 2020

Biden Could Be Our Second Catholic President. Does It Matter?
With John F. Kennedy in 1960, Catholic America achieved a long-sought victory and lost something in return.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 24, 2020

I Am Not a Housewife. I'm a Prepper.
Survivalism can be less about guns and ammo, and more about homemaking and community resilience.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 24, 2020

Breonna Taylor Deserved Justice
No police officer will have to answer for her death. This never gets easier.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 24, 2020

There's a Simple Reason Spain Has Been Hit Hard by Coronavirus
Spaniards did their part, staying home and wearing masks. But politicians quarreled among themselves and repeated the mistakes of the first wave of the virus.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 24, 2020

Gavin Newsom: ‘We Decided to Pull the Band-Aid Off'
Twenty months into his term, California's governor faces a pandemic and an environmental crisis. He speaks to Kara Swisher about his plan to save the "state of resistance."

NYT > Opinion
Sep 24, 2020

The Power of Ruth Bader Ginsburg's Imagination
She was able to see a world where men and women would be treated equally.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 24, 2020

It Hurts to Keep Hoping for Justice
No police officer will have to answer for Breonna Taylor's death. This never gets easier.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 24, 2020

China Has a New Plan to Tame Tibet
It failed to coax cultural assimilation with economic incentives. Now it's going for coerced labor and micromanaging people's very lifestyles.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 24, 2020

Gavin Newsom's Trial by Wildfire
Twenty months into his term, California's governor faces a pandemic and an environmental crisis. He speaks to Kara Swisher about his plan to save the "state of resistance."

NYT > Opinion
Sep 24, 2020

How I Found My Inner Prepper Mom
Survivalism can be less about guns and ammo, and more about homemaking and community resilience.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 24, 2020

Political Incompetence Can Be as Deadly as Covid-19
Spaniards did their part, staying home and wearing masks. But politicians quarreled among themselves and repeated the mistakes of the first wave of the virus.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 23, 2020

The Republican Irritation Olympics
So much talent, if you really enjoy exasperation.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 23, 2020

Biden Could Be Our Second Catholic President. It Doesn't Matter.
With John F. Kennedy in 1960, Catholic America achieved a long-sought victory. But what did we win?

NYT > Opinion
Sep 23, 2020

200,000 Covid Dead: An American Tragedy
Dispatches from around the country as a grim milestone is reached.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 23, 2020

We Want to Hear From You: How Would You Change the Supreme Court?
We invite readers to offer ideas about the nomination process and the composition of the court.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 23, 2020

Democrats, You Can't Count on the Hispanic Vote
President Trump's standing is as strong as it has ever been.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 23, 2020

Go Live in Another Decade. I Recommend It.
Watching TV news from the past helps me get a grip on the present.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 23, 2020

Five Things Biden and His Allies Should Be Worried About
Interestingly, the suburban vote may not be one of them.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 23, 2020

How Can We Bear This Much Loss?
In William Blake's engravings for the Book of Job I found a powerful lesson about grief and attachment.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 23, 2020

I Built a Time Machine to the 1960s
Watching TV news from the past helps me get a grip on the present.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 23, 2020

An Open Supreme Court Seat Puts Obamacare on the Ballot
A Supreme Court case could eliminate the Affordable Care Act, and the president should be judged for recklessly supporting it.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 23, 2020

Belarus Needs New Elections, Says Opposition Leader Svetlana Tikhanovskaya
My husband was jailed for daring to run against our president. So I ran in his place.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 22, 2020

A Divided America Is a National Security Threat
Political polarization is a "force multiplier" that deepens other threats and cripples our ability to combat them.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 22, 2020

Vladimir Putin Thinks He Can Get Away With Anything
Why has the poisoning of Alexei Navalny been met with Western silence?

NYT > Opinion
Sep 22, 2020

Trump's Motto: Your Money or Your Life
The president claims you have to make a choice, but you don't.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 22, 2020

The Supreme Court Is Slipping Away From Democrats
What can they do?

NYT > Opinion
Sep 22, 2020

End the Poisonous Process of Picking Supreme Court Justices
I'm a libertarian-conservative. We need to depoliticize the court and appoint members to a single 18-year-term.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 22, 2020

I Was Tired of Training. But Then I Thought of R.B.G.
The justice's legendary gym habit showed you could be smart, powerful and strong all at once.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 22, 2020

America's Billionaires Could Help Protect the Election. If They Wanted To.
The most patriotic thing that companies could do is make democracy work better.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 22, 2020

America's Tech Billionaires Could Help Protect the Election. If They Wanted To.
The most patriotic thing that companies could do is make democracy work better.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 22, 2020

The Special Hell of Trump's Supreme Court Appointment
With a nonexistent mandate, he does extraordinary damage.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 22, 2020

Club Quarantine
When the coronavirus shut down clubs around the world, I found community in a queer dance party on Zoom.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 22, 2020

Every Night in Quarantine, I Danced With Hundreds of Strangers
When the coronavirus shut down clubs around the world, I found community in a queer dance party on Zoom.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 22, 2020

Republican Hypocrisy on Nominations
A reader writes that the "pretzel-like contortions to agree to quickly filling Ruth Bader Ginsburg's Supreme Court seat are appalling." Also: It's about the makeup; wildfires and climate.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 22, 2020

R.B.G., Octogenarian Fitness Icon
The justice's legendary gym habit showed you could be smart, powerful and strong all at once.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 22, 2020

How Big Tech Could Influence the Election
The most patriotic thing that companies could do is help democracy work better.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 22, 2020

Coronavirus Vaccine Trials Could Suffer From Shortcuts
We may not find out whether the vaccines prevent moderate or severe cases of Covid-19.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 22, 2020

My Memories of Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Readers recall clerking for R.B.G. while her husband was dying, chatting with her during a daughter's class trip and having her as a law professor.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 22, 2020

‘I Live Like an American Here!'
As authoritarian leaders oversee economic success, it's vital to make a renewed case for human rights.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 22, 2020

Human Rights Are Like Fire Departments. You Really Need Them.
They may be less appealing than economic prosperity, but they are indispensable.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 22, 2020

The Ginsburg-Scalia Act Was Not a Farce
There is a lot for us to learn, not just from their friendship, but from their intellectual combat.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 22, 2020

How the Religious Right Has Transformed the Supreme Court
The Roberts court has used the First Amendment to advance conservative Christian values.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 22, 2020

Down With Judicial Supremacy!
The Supreme Court was never meant to be the only arbiter of the meaning of the Constitution.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 21, 2020

Trump's Supreme Court Pick May Need to Denounce Roe. Good.
Judicial nominees should be honest about their stance on abortion.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 21, 2020

How Can You Be an Ally? Go to a Black-Owned Bank
If you're looking for innovative ways beyond the ballot box to be an ally, look to the small and minority-owned banks anchoring your community.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 21, 2020

‘Showers and Pants Are So 2019'
And other six-word memoirs about the pandemic.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 21, 2020

Voting G.O.P. Means Voting Against Health Care
The death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg has only raised the stakes.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 21, 2020

My Unlikely Friendship With Ruth Bader Ginsburg
I was a young, African-American Southerner, working in a Republican administration. But I loved Bach's Goldberg Variations, and that was enough for her.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 21, 2020

#BankBlack
If you're looking for innovative ways beyond the ballot box to be an ally, look to the small and minority-owned banks anchoring your community.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 21, 2020

When F. Murray Abraham and Ruth Bader Ginsburg Met in Venice
The actor recalls a chance encounter that led to a memorable performance. Also: The blue states have it.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 21, 2020

The G.O.P. Push for Quick Confirmation of a New Justice
Readers discuss the intense political battle taking place.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 21, 2020

An Open Letter to Mitt Romney
Here's why Lindsey Graham is wrong.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 21, 2020

This Is How Bloomberg Can Help Biden Win Florida
Rather than spend his money on TV ads, Michael Bloomberg can re-enfranchise thousands of formerly incarcerated people in the state by paying off debts tied to their sentences.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 21, 2020

How Democrats Should Fight For Ruth Bader Ginsburg's Seat
Here's how they can apply maximum pressure, brand the process as the illegitimate farce it is and lay the groundwork for desperately needed reform.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 21, 2020

There Are Better Ways for Bloomberg to Spend His Money
If he wants to help Joe Biden in Florida, Michael Bloomberg should help re-enfranchise thousands of formerly incarcerated people.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 21, 2020

Was That Ride on the Trump Train Worth It?
The president has proved as hazardous to his allies as to his enemies.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 21, 2020

Mitch McConnell Has Seen the Promised Land
Chutzpah doesn't even begin to cover it.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 21, 2020

Is the Stock Market Rooting for Trump or Biden?
Neither. Wall Street is not as partisan as you think.

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Sep 21, 2020

Kara Swisher Interviews Nancy Pelosi on 'Sway' Podcast
The most powerful woman in America plans to prevail in November. But what are the limits to her influence? Listen to the premiere of "Sway" with Kara Swisher.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 20, 2020

Trump Needs a Tutorial on How International Agreements Work
The administration is arguing that it is still a party to the Iran deal that it left with great fanfare in 2018.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 20, 2020

Conservatives Try to Lock In Power
They want to maintain control for generations to come.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 20, 2020

‘I Was Devastated. Now I Am Emboldened.'
Readers share their thoughts and condolences after the passing of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 20, 2020

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: A Time to Mourn, a Time to Worry
Readers express their sadness at the loss of the superstar justice but also worry about a rushed confirmation process with the election looming.

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Sep 20, 2020

Our Days Have Always Been Running Out
I greet autumn with a stillness I never felt when I was younger and in such a hurry.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 20, 2020

With Six Weeks to the Election, Six Ways to Protect It
Step 1: Know how and when you're going to vote.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 20, 2020

Antifa Conspiracy Theories and America's Unraveling
Baseless rumors about wildfires in the West are a sign of danger ahead.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 20, 2020

‘White Australia' Policy Lives On in Immigrant Detention
The government's abuse of refugees in offshore facilities on Nauru and Papua New Guinea has its roots in the country's racist, colonial history.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 20, 2020

At Summer's End
I greet this gorgeous season with a stillness I never felt when I was younger and in such a hurry.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 20, 2020

We Worked for Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Here's What She Taught Us.
In her career and at home, she lived a life that reflected her vision of equality.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 20, 2020

How the G.O.P. Might Get to Yes on Replacing Ruth Bader Ginsburg
There's no escape from juristocracy except through political conflict.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 20, 2020

We Clerked for Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Nothing Stopped Her From Speaking Up.
Keenly aware of how the law affects real women in real life, she fought fiercely for equality.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 19, 2020

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: The Sorrow and the Worry
Readers express their sadness at the loss of the superstar justice but also worry about a rushed confirmation process with the election looming.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 19, 2020

The Pandemic, from the Coronavirus's Perspective
The career of the coronavirus so far is, in Darwinian terms, a great success story.

NYT > Opinion
Sep 19, 2020

After Fire and Floods, Glimmers of Hope
Americans may be finding some common sense about building homes in vulnerable areas.

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