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May 23, 2019

Julian Assange's Indictment Aims at the Heart of the First Amendment
The Trump administration seeks to use the Espionage Act to redefine what journalists can and cannot publish.

NYT > Opinion
May 23, 2019

What Does the Release of John Walker Lindh Mean?
If he becomes the terrorist we've always accused him of being, the fault will lie as much with us as with him.

NYT > Opinion
May 23, 2019

Why We Should Stop Fetishizing Privacy
Big tech companies create jobs, encourage innovation and provide valuable services free. Why would we want to break them up?

NYT > Opinion
May 23, 2019

The Era of Facial Recognition
Don't be a stranger.

NYT > Opinion
May 23, 2019

Impeaching Trump Is Risky. So Is Refusing To.
Nancy Pelosi's case again impeachment is growing incoherent.

NYT > Opinion
May 23, 2019

This Treaty Is Good for the Environment. It Might Even Be Good for Trump.
Republicans and corporate executives support, and 72 nations have ratified, a pact to limit a powerful climate pollutant. President Trump needs to get on board.

NYT > Opinion
May 23, 2019

Has Trump Handed Democrats an Opening in Red America?
The G.O.P. has left soybean fields littered with $20 bills for enterprising Democratic presidential hopefuls to pick up.

NYT > Opinion
May 23, 2019

Trump to Democrats: Stop the Investigation if You Want Legislation
Readers discuss the president's outburst after he stomped out of a meeting with Democrats.

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May 23, 2019

SAT's ‘Adversity Score': The Wrong Answer?
Readers raise concerns about a plan to take students' backgrounds into account.

NYT > Opinion
May 23, 2019

Attacks on Ebola Health Workers in the Democratic Republic of Congo
The International Rescue Committee and the global health director at Drexel University's School of Public Health, on how to deal with the outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

NYT > Opinion
May 23, 2019

Has Trump's Anti-Rural Agenda Handed Democrats an Opening in Red America?
The G.O.P. has left soybean fields littered with $20 bills for enterprising Democratic presidential hopefuls to pick up.

NYT > Opinion
May 23, 2019

President Pete? One-on-One With Buttigieg
An interview with Mayor Pete Buttigieg of South Bend on his 2020 presidential campaign

NYT > Opinion
May 23, 2019

Trump Is Using His Pardon Power to Reward Violence and Cruelty
His vision of how to act "tough" extends from war crimes to police brutality and doesn't stop there.

NYT > Opinion
May 23, 2019

Trump Is Using the Pardon Power to Reward Violence and Cruelty
His vision of how to act "tough" extends from war crimes to police brutality and doesn't stop there.

NYT > Opinion
May 23, 2019

How Narendra Modi Seduced India With Envy and Hate
The prime minister has won re-election on a tide of violence, fake news and resentment.

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May 23, 2019

What Happens When Our Leaders Lack Moral Courage
Power is acting for good — and knowing when you should.

NYT > Opinion
May 23, 2019

The Amputee Cyclist's Art of Self-Repair
My black, middle-class upbringing demanded that losing an arm at 10 would be no life-altering tragedy.

NYT > Opinion
May 23, 2019

Disability: The Amputee Cyclist's Art of Self-Repair
My black, middle-class upbringing demanded that losing an arm at 10 would be no life-altering tragedy.

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May 23, 2019

Mayor Pete's 49.9999% Tax Bracket
"Being left of Obama doesn't make you extremely progressive."

NYT > Opinion
May 23, 2019

My Rapist Apologized
I still needed an abortion.

NYT > Opinion
May 23, 2019

Let's Not Forget the Establishment Clause
It's past time to consider the impact of religion's grip on public policy and the Supreme Court.

NYT > Opinion
May 23, 2019

A Deal for Iran: Normalization for Normalization
The theocratic regime could not long survive if the Islamic republic acted like most nations.

NYT > Opinion
May 23, 2019

The Stone: What Happens When Our Leaders Lack Moral Courage
Power is acting for good — and knowing when you should.

NYT > Opinion
May 23, 2019

The Argument: President Pete? One-on-One With Buttigieg
An interview with Mayor Pete Buttigieg of South Bend on his 2020 presidential campaign

NYT > Opinion
May 23, 2019

Who Is Playing Politics With the Port of Piraeus?
An ancient Greek site finds itself caught between China and Alexis Tsipras.

NYT > Opinion
May 22, 2019

There's Only One Way to Stop Predatory Lending
The financial industry continues to prove that it needs supervision. The Trump administration doesn't seem to care.

NYT > Opinion
May 22, 2019

Trump Doesn't Want Peace. He Wants Palestinian Surrender.
From what we know so far, the administration's peace plan is a non-starter.

NYT > Opinion
May 22, 2019

Trump's Bridges to Nowhere
Just don't mention the "I-word" around the White House.

NYT > Opinion
May 22, 2019

China's Orwellian War on Religion
"Concentration camps," electronic surveillance and persecution are used to repress millions of people of faith.

NYT > Opinion
May 22, 2019

Editorial Observer: A Charge of ‘a Cover-Up,' a Trump Tantrum and the Gears Grind to a Halt
The president stormed out of a meeting with congressional Democrats, saying he won't negotiate while they investigate. What now?

NYT > Opinion
May 22, 2019

A Coast-to-Coast Marriage of American Railroads
The 150th anniversary of the transcontinental railroad is a good reminder of national unity "if not in spirit, in fact."

NYT > Opinion
May 22, 2019

Allyson Felix: My Own Nike Pregnancy Story
I've been one of Nike's most widely marketed athletes. If I can't secure maternity protections, who can?

NYT > Opinion
May 22, 2019

America's Cities Are Unlivable. Blame Wealthy Liberals.
The demise of a California housing measure shows how progressives abandon progressive values in their own backyards.

NYT > Opinion
May 22, 2019

How Trump Is Getting in His Own Way in Venezuela
The U.S. once played a constructive role in helping to unite allies for democracy. Now Trumpism is hindering that.

NYT > Opinion
May 22, 2019

Why India Needs Modi
The country's leader has fulfilled his economic promises.

NYT > Opinion
May 22, 2019

Making Sure the Drugs We Take Are Safe
Readers call for stronger F.D.A. efforts to safeguard medications, especially when they are manufactured abroad.

NYT > Opinion
May 22, 2019

letters: Making Sure the Drugs We Take Are Safe
Readers call for stronger F.D.A. efforts to safeguard medications, especially when they are manufactured abroad.

NYT > Opinion
May 22, 2019

letters: How New York Taxi Drivers Got Mired in Debt
Readers decry unscrupulous lending practices and sympathize with the unwitting drivers whose lives were ruined.

NYT > Opinion
May 22, 2019

How New York Taxi Drivers Got Mired in Debt
Readers decry unscrupulous lending practices and sympathize with the unwitting drivers whose lives were ruined.

NYT > Opinion
May 22, 2019

letter: Why I'm Now for Impeachment
A reader lays out a possible scenario that changed his view.

NYT > Opinion
May 22, 2019

Why I'm Now for Impeachment
A reader lays out a possible scenario that changed his view.

NYT > Opinion
May 22, 2019

Kudos for Fox News
A reader praises the network for going against its grain by inviting Democratic presidential candidates to its forums.

NYT > Opinion
May 22, 2019

letter: Kudos for Fox News
A reader praises the network for going against its grain by inviting Democratic presidential candidates to its forums.

NYT > Opinion
May 22, 2019

letter: The Religious Right
The Interfaith Alliance says issues of religious freedom are ascendant once again.

NYT > Opinion
May 22, 2019

The Religious Right
The Interfaith Alliance says issues of religious freedom are ascendant once again.

NYT > Opinion
May 22, 2019

The Benefits of Facebook
A reader writes that as the company deals with toxic content, we have good reason to root for its success.

NYT > Opinion
May 22, 2019

letter: The Benefits of Facebook
A reader writes that as the company deals with toxic content, we have good reason to root for its success.

NYT > Opinion
May 22, 2019

For a Longer, Healthier Life, Share Your Data
Privacy protections are standing in the way of artificial-intelligence programs that could diagnose cancers and screen for genetic disorders.

NYT > Opinion
May 22, 2019

A 150-Year-Old Lesson in Building National Unity ‘If Not in Spirit, in Fact'
The anniversary of the transcontinental railroad is a good reminder of the ties that bind.

NYT > Opinion
May 22, 2019

Why Trump Likes Facebook
It's a huge social network, and it tolerates cheating.

NYT > Opinion
May 22, 2019

‘Feminine Weakness' Is a Scam
Power is in the body. It is the strength necessary to live in a world rife with misogyny.

NYT > Opinion
May 22, 2019

The Stone: ‘Feminine Weakness' Is a Scam
Power is in the body. It is the strength necessary to live in a world rife with misogyny.

NYT > Opinion
May 22, 2019

It's Not Always the End of the World
Political prudence isn't in vogue, but it should be.

NYT > Opinion
May 22, 2019

In Health Care, Too Much Privacy Is a Bad Thing
It's standing in the way of artificial-intelligence programs that could diagnose cancers and screen for genetic disorders.

NYT > Opinion
May 22, 2019

Want to Save Europe? Learn From Poland
Three lessons from our fight against illiberalism.

NYT > Opinion
May 21, 2019

In Austria, a Tawdry Tale of the Far-Right's Dalliance With Russia
A secretly videotaped meeting between Austria's right-wing vice chancellor and a purported Russian agent threw Austria's government into chaos.

NYT > Opinion
May 21, 2019

China Deserves Donald Trump
It took a human wrecking ball to get China's attention.

NYT > Opinion
May 21, 2019

How a Lone Republican Set an Example for Democrats on the Mueller Report
Representative Justin Amash read the special counsel's findings and saw impeachable offenses.

NYT > Opinion
May 21, 2019

Utah Continues Its Assault on Federal Lands
The state wants to roll back protections on millions of acres of forest land owned by U.S. taxpayers.

NYT > Opinion
May 21, 2019

Infecting People Isn't a Religious Right
The measles outbreak makes it vital for New York lawmakers to end religious exemptions for vaccination.

NYT > Opinion
May 21, 2019

If Politics Is All About Pushing Hot Buttons, Is There Anything That Can Cool Us Down?
Not the fight over abortion. Not the fight over impeachment. Maybe Biden? Nah.

NYT > Opinion
May 21, 2019

The Internet Security Apocalypse You Probably Missed
Last week was an online security nightmare and few people noticed. Here's what you need to know.

NYT > Opinion
May 21, 2019

Taming the Apex Predators of Tech
To rein in monopolies, maybe we need to rethink what a monopoly is.

NYT > Opinion
May 21, 2019

Congress Should End a ‘Harsh and Unfair' Rule That Blocks Troops From Court
A 1950 Supreme Court decision makes it impossible for service members to recover damages from the government for negligence or misconduct they suffer while serving.

NYT > Opinion
May 21, 2019

Should Democrats Rally Around Joe Biden to Beat Trump?
Readers discuss whether Mr. Biden is the most "electable" and whether Democrats should opt for a candidate who is not a white male.

NYT > Opinion
May 21, 2019

letters: Should Democrats Rally Around Joe Biden to Beat Trump?
Readers discuss whether Mr. Biden is the most "electable" and whether Democrats should opt for a candidate who is not a white male.

NYT > Opinion
May 21, 2019

letters: ‘What Is the President Hiding, and Why?'
Readers discuss Mr. Trump's refusal to release his tax returns and to let his advisers testify before Congress.

NYT > Opinion
May 21, 2019

‘What Is the President Hiding, and Why?'
Readers discuss Mr. Trump's refusal to release his tax returns and to let his advisers testify before Congress.

NYT > Opinion
May 21, 2019

Black Women and a Suffrage Monument
An author criticizes a Central Park monument that omits the role of African-American women.

NYT > Opinion
May 21, 2019

letter: Black Women and a Suffrage Monument
An author criticizes a Central Park monument that omits the role of African-American women.

NYT > Opinion
May 21, 2019

letters: Big Money and Art
An art dealer worries that large donations by collectors and gallery owners are influencing what works museums display.

NYT > Opinion
May 21, 2019

Big Money and Art
An art dealer worries that large donations by collectors and gallery owners are influencing what works museums display.

NYT > Opinion
May 21, 2019

A Chip in My Hand Unlocks My House. Why Does That Scare People?
Implant technology can change the world — unless politicians give in to the hysteria against it.

NYT > Opinion
May 21, 2019

We Are Applauding the ‘Gift' of an Affordable Education. Something Has Gone Wrong.
The Morehouse College class of 2019 will walk into adult life unburdened by student debt. What about everyone else?

NYT > Opinion
May 21, 2019

Pregnancy Kills. Abortion Saves Lives.
Every pregnancy poses a "serious health risk" to the mother.

NYT > Opinion
May 21, 2019

Integrating Public Schools
An educator writes that given a paucity of good schools, there will continue to be winners and losers among students and parents.

NYT > Opinion
May 21, 2019

letter: Integrating Public Schools
An educator writes that given a paucity of good schools, there will continue to be winners and losers among students and parents.

NYT > Opinion
May 21, 2019

Power? No, Thanks, I'm Good
The freedom to say what I think and command my own time is enough for me.

NYT > Opinion
May 21, 2019

The Stone: Power? No, Thanks, I'm Good
The freedom to say what I think and command my own time is enough for me.

NYT > Opinion
May 21, 2019

A $40 Million Experiment
The larger meaning of the surprise Morehouse gift.

NYT > Opinion
May 21, 2019

How ‘Game of Thrones' Failed Fantasy
The show embodied the reasons for the genre's appeal — and then forgot them.

NYT > Opinion
May 21, 2019

The Conversation: If Politics Is All About Pushing Hot Buttons, Is There Anything That Can Cool Us Down?
Not the fight over abortion. Not the fight over impeachment. Maybe Biden? Nah.

NYT > Opinion
May 21, 2019

The Economy Is Strong. So Why Do So Many Americans Still Feel at Risk?
The sunny job numbers and steady growth hide the fact that most people think the economy works only for people in power.

NYT > Opinion
May 21, 2019

The Stone: Power? No, Thanks, I'm Good.
The freedom to say what I think and command my own time is enough for me.

NYT > Opinion
May 21, 2019

Leaving San Francisco
A reader who had to flee for a more affordable place notes the irony of gentrification in the city.

NYT > Opinion
May 21, 2019

Bernie Sanders as Mayor
A Burlington, Vt., resident says focusing on Bernie Sanders's so-called activism as the city's mayor is a politically divisive reading of his achievements.

NYT > Opinion
May 21, 2019

A Graduation Surprise: No Student Debt
A reader praises a billionaire's generosity and urges others to follow his example.

NYT > Opinion
May 21, 2019

Don't Boycott Georgia
A filmmaker says those in Hollywood who wish to punish Georgia for its new abortion law would mostly hurt those in the film industry.

NYT > Opinion
May 21, 2019

Trump's Plan to Pardon War Criminals: ‘Unpardonable'
Readers express dismay, one saying that it "may eclipse even his worst outrages to date."

NYT > Opinion
May 20, 2019

Editorial Observer: How a Lone Republican Set an Example for Democrats on the Mueller Report
Representative Justin Amash read the special counsel's findings and saw impeachable offenses.

NYT > Opinion
May 20, 2019

Charity Won't Solve Student Debt
The Morehouse College class of 2019 will walk into adult life unburdened by student debt. What about everyone else?

NYT > Opinion
May 20, 2019

‘I Don't Want an Exciting President'
Joe Biden makes his supporters feel safe, but nominating him is risky.

NYT > Opinion
May 20, 2019

An Electoral Brush Fire in Australia
Once again, analysts overestimated the resonance of climate change and underestimated the power of economic populism.

NYT > Opinion
May 20, 2019

How James Holzhauer Revolutionized ‘Jeopardy!'
He's not just on a winning streak. He has utterly changed how the game is played.

NYT > Opinion
May 20, 2019

letters: Trump's Plan to Pardon War Criminals: ‘Unpardonable'
Readers express dismay, one saying that it "may eclipse even his worst outrages to date."

NYT > Opinion
May 20, 2019

letter: A Graduation Surprise: No Student Debt
A reader praises a billionaire's generosity and urges others to follow his example.

NYT > Opinion
May 20, 2019

Medical School Doesn't Teach the ‘Woman's Life Is in Danger' Curriculum
I'm a doctor and I know how misguided these new anti-abortion laws are.

NYT > Opinion
May 20, 2019

Anti-Abortion and Pro-Trump Are Two Sides of the Same Coin
Both seek to reinforce and re-establish hierarchies that were beginning to lose force.

NYT > Opinion
May 20, 2019

Australia Isn't Right-Wing. It's Cautious.
The election upset shows that voters don't want to rock the boat.

NYT > Opinion
May 20, 2019

What Superbug Hunters Know That We Don't
There are trillions of bacteria living inside all of us. Why are we pretending they aren't on our X-ray machines?

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