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Jan 23, 2022

After Colleyville, What Does Hope Look Like for Jewish Parents?
Finding hope in the darkness of cancer, Covid and Colleyville.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 23, 2022

The Bat Mitzvah Question I Wasn't Expecting: ‘Are We Safe at Synagogue?'
Finding hope in the darkness of cancer, Covid and Colleyville.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 22, 2022

Let's Talk About How the N.F.L. Is Failing (While the N.B.A. Reaches New Heights)
The football league is down to just one Black head coach.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 22, 2022

How to Retreat From Ukraine
Searching for a non-disastrous way back from American overreach.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 22, 2022

Tough Decisions About End-of-Life Care
Readers offer personal stories in response to a doctor's guest essay about advance directives.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 22, 2022

Joe Manchin Thinks James Madison Is on His Side. Nope.
Arguments about the filibuster need the right context.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 22, 2022

The Systemic Realities Created by Legal Abortion
Thoughts on the 49th anniversary of Roe v. Wade.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 22, 2022

President Biden's Economy Is Failing the Big Mac Test
The administration made a lot of the right economic moves in its first year, but high inflation is reason enough to postpone any celebrations.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 22, 2022

The N.F.L. Has Gotten Nowhere on Its Race Problem
The league is down to just one Black head coach.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 22, 2022

The N.F.L.'s Race Problem
The league is down to just one Black head coach.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 22, 2022

On the Filibuster, Joe Manchin Thinks James Madison Is on His Side. Nope.
Arguments about the filibuster need the right context.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 22, 2022

Farewell, André the Glorious
He liked dressing in caftans and fur, and dressing me down about my style.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 22, 2022

Farewell, André Leon Talley
He liked dressing in caftans and fur, and dressing me down about my style.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 21, 2022

New Orleans Is a Place Where There Is Violence in the Sweetness, Horror in the Beauty
The city has been shaped by both suffering and celebration, and its strength lies in its dualities.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 21, 2022

Readers Have Questions About Stocks. An Economist Replies.
The economist Laurence Kotlikoff responds to questions from Times readers.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 21, 2022

What Biden's Chief of Staff Has Learned, One Year In
Ron Klain reflects on the first year of the administration.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 21, 2022

In Medicine, a Lack of Courage Has Helped Put Roe in Jeopardy
Stigma and fear of harassment have kept physicians from incorporating abortion into their practice.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 21, 2022

Economic Trends Aren't What They Used to Be
Why the trend has not been our friend.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 21, 2022

Wonking Out: Honey, I Shrank the Economy's Capacity
Why the trend has not been our friend.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 21, 2022

Don't, Like, Overanalyze Language
My hunch is we're fine using informal wording.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 21, 2022

The Medical Establishment Shied Away From Abortion. Now Roe Is on the Line.
Stigma and fear of harassment have kept physicians from incorporating abortion into their practice.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 21, 2022

The Long Road to Successful Covid Vaccines
The road to successful vaccines; mask distribution; Starbucks; Build Back Better; Trump's call to Georgia; leaving the G.O.P.; a football fan's plea.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 21, 2022

In New Orleans, the Ghosts of Slavery Hide in Plain Sight
The city has been shaped by both suffering and celebration, and its strength lies in its dualities.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 21, 2022

Republicans Think There Is a ‘Takeover' Happening. They Have Some Reading to Do.
Conservatives can't pick and choose which parts of the Constitution they like.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 21, 2022

Will Madison Cawthorn Be Brought Down by ‘Insurrection'?
Why a section of the 14th Amendment could offer a challenge to some Republicans running for the House this year.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 21, 2022

What an Antisemite's Fantasy Says About Jewish Reality
Why America can't ignore the continual threat against Jews.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 21, 2022

The One Regret From My Time Leading Planned Parenthood
The erosion of reproductive rights is a result of raw, bare-knuckled politics, as a minority exercises its power over a majority.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 21, 2022

The Women Who Had Abortions Before Roe v. Wade
We must understand what happened before Roe v. Wade to prepare for an America in which Roe is gone.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 21, 2022

I Underestimated the Boundless Cruelty of the G.O.P.
The erosion of reproductive rights is a result of raw, bare-knuckled politics, as a minority exercises its power over a majority.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 21, 2022

Why the Medical Establishment Shied Away From Abortion
Stigma and fear of harassment have kept physicians from incorporating abortion into their practice.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 21, 2022

The View From the White House
Ron Klain, President Biden's chief of staff, reflects on the first year of the administration.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 21, 2022

Does Jan. 6 Disqualify Some Republicans From Re-election?
Why a section of the 14th Amendment could offer a challenge to Madison Cawthorn and others running for office this year.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 21, 2022

‘Constitutional Conservatives' Have Some Reading Up to Do
When a "federal takeover of elections" is nothing of the kind.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 21, 2022

The Mental Health Toll of Trump-Era Politics
When politics becomes "a pervasive and largely unavoidable source of chronic stress."

NYT > Opinion
Jan 21, 2022

Imani Perry: The Legacy of Slavery in New Orleans
The city has been shaped by both suffering and celebration, and its strength lies in its dualities.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 21, 2022

The Most Exciting Sporting Event in the World Is Happening Right Now
The Africa Cup of Nations soccer tournament shows glimpses of a different vision for the continent.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 21, 2022

The Africa Cup of Nations Reveals Glimpses of a Better Continent
The Africa Cup of Nations soccer tournament shows glimpses of a different vision for the continent.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 20, 2022

Is Our Homelessness Crisis Really a Drug Problem? Part 2
A conversation about meth and social decline with Sam Quinones, author of "The Least of Us."

NYT > Opinion
Jan 20, 2022

Biden Versus the Friends of Covid
Anti-vaccine politics explain many of the president's problems.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 20, 2022

What The Microsoft-Activision Deal Means for Merger Guidelines
The F.T.C. and D.O.J. are hampered by persistent underinvestment in regulatory oversight.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 20, 2022

Why Are So Many Americans Killing One Another?
Five ways of looking at the rise in murders — and how to bring them back down.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 20, 2022

Is Our Homelessness Crisis Really a Drug Problem, Part 2
A conversation about meth and social decline with Sam Quinones, author of "The Least of Us."

NYT > Opinion
Jan 20, 2022

Drugs Are Tied to the Homelessness Crisis
A conversation about meth and social decline with Sam Quinones, author of "The Least of Us."

NYT > Opinion
Jan 20, 2022

Voting Rights Bill Dead, Filibuster Alive
The voting rights bill and the filibuster. Also: A Supreme Court ruling; President Biden and Ukraine; Medicare and Covid tests; an American paradox.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 20, 2022

Drugs and Homelessness
A conversation about meth and social decline with Sam Quinones, author of "The Least of Us."

NYT > Opinion
Jan 20, 2022

Pope Francis Is Troubled by Your Pet
On Fido and fruitfulness.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 20, 2022

The World Is on Fire, and the Pope Is Troubled by Your Pet
On Fido and fruitfulness.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 20, 2022

Sleep And Rest Are Important for Kids
America 2022 is an exhausting place. Prioritizing rest, sleep and dreaming is something I can pass on.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 20, 2022

The Most Valuable Thing I Can Teach My Kid Is How to Be Lazy
America 2022 is an exhausting place. Prioritizing rest, sleep and dreaming is something I can pass on.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 20, 2022

What the Fate of Joe Biden's Presidency Hinges On
Generating a feeling of normalcy around American politics and daily life would restore the promise of the Biden presidency.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 20, 2022

Justice Gorsuch: Wear a Mask, or Stay in Your Chambers
Justice Gorsuch, maskless. Also: How to ease the crisis in Afghanistan; toxic masculinity.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 20, 2022

‘The Lowest Point in My Lifetime': How 14 Independent Voters Feel About America
In a new Times Opinion focus group, voters who were decisive to President Biden's victory lay out their biggest concerns — chiefly, inflation.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 20, 2022

Amanda Gorman: Why I Almost Didn't Read My Poem at the Inauguration
The poet reflects on her experience at the inauguration ceremony and the life her poem — and this country — has lived since then.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 20, 2022

Omicron Is Not the Final Variant
The world cannot afford to be so unprepared ever again.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 20, 2022

What's Happening on the Left Is No Excuse for What's Happening on the Right
Illiberalism is a problem wherever it rears its head.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 20, 2022

There Will Be Another Variant. Here's What the World Can Do Now.
The world cannot afford to be so unprepared ever again.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 20, 2022

14 Independent Voters on Biden's First Year and Why They're Worried
In a new Times Opinion focus group, voters who were decisive to President Biden's victory lay out their biggest concerns — chiefly, inflation.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 20, 2022

Biden Ran on Getting Back to Normal. Here's How He Can Do It.
Generating a feeling of normalcy around American politics and daily life would restore the promise of the Biden presidency.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 20, 2022

Elizabeth Warren Claps Back at Elon Musk
The Massachusetts senator defends her plan to tax billionaires and break up Big Tech.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 19, 2022

For Black Voters, a Flashback to the 1890s
The mustaches and dresses have less volume, but the racism carries the same venom.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 19, 2022

"Curiosity Is Not a Good Reason to Get Married"
The novelist Sheila Heti puts her diary in alphabetical order to see if she's changed over the years.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 19, 2022

The 5G Snafu Was Avoidable
Government agencies should have worked together to keep the skies safe while introducing new wireless technology.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 19, 2022

Exclusive: Lina Khan Is (Still) Bursting Big Tech's Bubble
The FTC Chair's exclusive conversation with Kara Swisher and Andrew Ross Sorkin.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 19, 2022

How Best to Ease the Crisis in Afghanistan
Responses to an essay that urged the U.S. to cooperate with the Taliban to save Afghan lives. Also: Justice Gorsuch, maskless; toxic masculinity.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 19, 2022

Your Kid's Existential Dread Is Normal
It's part of growing up, even if it's pandemic-tinged.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 19, 2022

What Mitt Romney Doesn't Understand About the End of the Filibuster
A Senate without the filibuster would be different, but majority parties would still sometimes have difficulty legislating.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 19, 2022

Quitters, We Want to Hear From You!
Tell us what it's like to be part of the Great Resignation.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 19, 2022

Does the Supreme Court Need More Justices?
The cases for and against altering the court.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 19, 2022

Why Millions Think It Is Trump Who Cannot Tell a Lie
"What perhaps looks like collective derangement to many outside the party ranks is really just raw political calculation."

NYT > Opinion
Jan 19, 2022

After Omicron, This Pandemic Will Be Different
Future surges will be less likely to make us seriously ill.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 19, 2022

How Being Sick Changed My Health Care Views
A chronic illness made me more left-wing and more libertarian at once.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 19, 2022

Why Covid-19 Didn't Create the Nursing Crisis
Nurses would like to set the record straight on the hospital staffing crisis.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 19, 2022

Why Changing the Filibuster Could Still Mean ‘Constant Disappointment'
A Senate without the filibuster would be different, but majority parties would still sometimes have difficulty legislating.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 19, 2022

Covid Didn't Create the Nursing Crisis
Nurses would like to set the record straight on the hospital staffing crisis.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 19, 2022

How Much Would the Senate Change if the Filibuster Were Gone?
A Senate without the filibuster would be different, but majority parties would still sometimes have difficulty legislating.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 19, 2022

We Know the Real Cause of the Crisis in Our Hospitals. It's Greed.
Nurses would like to set the record straight on the hospital staffing crisis.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 19, 2022

A Possible Sex Offender Doesn't Look Good on a Commemorative Tea Towel
The royal family is a business, and Prince Andrew had become a liability.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 19, 2022

Prince Andrew Became a Problem for the Royal Family. He Had to Go.
The royal family is a business, and Prince Andrew had become a liability.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 18, 2022

For Jews, Going to Services Is an Act of Courage
Going to services should not be an act of courage.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 18, 2022

Why For Jews Going to Services Is an Act of Courage
Going to services should not be an act of courage.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 18, 2022

Biden Can Still Rescue His Presidency
He needs to remember why the American people elected him.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 18, 2022

Putin to Ukraine: ‘Marry Me or I'll Kill You'
He's not particularly concerned, though, with what's in Ukraine.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 18, 2022

Will Biden Lose the Fight Over Voting Rights?
As Republican efforts to restrict voting access and reshape election administration have intensified, the Democrats' path to a solution has narrowed.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 18, 2022

Zeynep Tufekci on How to Prepare for the Pandemic's Next Phase
Zeynep Tufekci helps me understand the systems-wide failure on Covid — and how we can prepare for the pandemic's next phase.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 18, 2022

Why It's Scary to Be Jewish in America Today
Going to services should not be an act of courage.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 18, 2022

Why Are Progressives Hating on Antitrust?
A Biden initiative comes in for weirdly vehement criticism.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 18, 2022

Why Biden Shouldn't Blame Inflation on Monopolies
A Biden initiative comes in for weirdly vehement criticism.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 18, 2022

The Attack at a Synagogue in Texas
Reaction to the hostage siege in Colleyville, Texas. Also: Glass barriers in the subway; the Bronx fire; Democrats' task; vote counting and the V.P.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 18, 2022

Latino Voters Are Key to 2024, and They're Not Always Buying What Democrats Are Selling
Given the political stakes as well as the stakes for Latino families, Democratic leaders must do better.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 18, 2022

Being Jewish Today Means Training for Active Shooters
Going to services should not be an act of courage.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 18, 2022

Latino Voters Are Key to 2024, and They're Not Buying What Democrats Are Selling
Given the political stakes as well as the stakes for Latino families, Democratic leaders must do better.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 18, 2022

Going to Services Should Not Be an Act of Courage
Being Jewish today means training for active shooters.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 18, 2022

Congress Can Trade Stocks or Keep the Public Trust. Not Both.
Why on earth are representatives and senators allowed to trade stocks?

NYT > Opinion
Jan 18, 2022

The C.D.C. and F.D.A. Can Work Better Together
Among the agencies' major challenges during the pandemic has been collaboration.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 18, 2022

The Democratic Party's Latino Voter Problem
Given the political stakes as well as the stakes for Latino families, Democratic leaders must do better.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 18, 2022

The Pandemic Lessons We Clearly Haven't Learned
Zeynep Tufekci helps me understand the systems-wide failure on Covid — and how we can prepare for the pandemic's next phase.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 17, 2022

Why a Blue City Is Feeling the Blues
New York is paying a price for Wall Street's economic dominance.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 17, 2022

Mothers, Absent and Present
Not all mothers have the luxury of being "absent," a reader writes. Also: A lawsuit against 16 elite schools; the heart of Christianity; jobs in manufacturing.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 17, 2022

The Real Roots of the Debate Over Schools During Covid
How "taxpayer became just another kind of consumer.

NYT > Opinion
Jan 17, 2022

A Slaughter of Wolves Like This Hasn't Been Seen in a Century
Wolves have thrived since returning to the Northern Rockies. Now they face relentless assault by hunters and trappers.

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