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Dec 06, 2022

Does ChatGPT Mean Robots Are Coming For the Skilled Jobs?
How A.I. will affect the demand for knowledge workers.

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Dec 06, 2022

It's Too Darn Loud
The increasing volume problem on Broadway.

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Dec 06, 2022

I'm the Governor of North Carolina. This Fringe Claim Before the Supreme Court Would Upend Democracy.
The ability to exercise electoral and political power at the ballot box is hanging in the balance.

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Dec 06, 2022

A Battle Between Gay Rights and Religious Expression
Readers discuss the Supreme Court case. Also: Inaction on gun laws; gains for democracy; a national primary day.

NYT > Opinion
Dec 06, 2022

Reality Winner Tried to Resist and Found Herself Alone
Reality Winner thought she was warning of danger. The government thought otherwise. The public thought little.

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Dec 06, 2022

She Tried to Resist and Found Herself Alone
Reality Winner thought she was warning of danger. The government thought otherwise. The public thought little.

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Dec 06, 2022

Countries Need to Make Their Own Vaccines. Why Isn't the U.S. Embracing This Pandemic Prevention Strategy?
Every region of the world must be able to make its own vaccines.

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Dec 06, 2022

Why Isn't the U.S. Embracing This Pandemic Prevention Strategy?
Every region of the world must be able to make its own vaccines.

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Dec 06, 2022

Yes, the Players in the World Cup Do Keep Falling Over for No Reason
Different conventions in different sports can be equally morally acceptable.

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Dec 06, 2022

There's Been a Massive Change in Where American Policy Gets Made
The political scientist Jake Grumbach charts the shift of power from national to state politics.

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Dec 06, 2022

Why It Matters That China's Protests Started in Xinjiang
That the biggest protests in decades began with the deaths of Uyghurs should not be treated as a footnote.

NYT > Opinion
Dec 05, 2022

The Empty Gestures of Disillusioned Evangelicals
Why Russell Moore doesn't take Christian leaders' qualms seriously.

NYT > Opinion
Dec 05, 2022

The Battle Royale Over Apple's App Store
A high-stakes hearing to decide whether the world's most valuable company is a monopolist.

NYT > Opinion
Dec 05, 2022

Apple Versus Epic Games Square Off in a High-Stakes Hearing
A high-stakes hearing to decide whether the world's most valuable company is a monopolist.

NYT > Opinion
Dec 05, 2022

Trump's Call for ‘Termination' of the Constitution
Readers react to Donald Trump's provocative statement. Also: Mr. Trump and the 14th Amendment; deaths in New York City jails; an organ donation.

NYT > Opinion
Dec 05, 2022

The Supreme Court Is About to Ask the Wrong Question About the First Amendment
If you want to offer to design wedding websites for the public, you have to do it for same-sex couples, too.

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Dec 05, 2022

Everything Democrats Could Do if Warnock Wins
Once more, America's fate is bound up in Georgia.

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Dec 05, 2022

Biden Is Putting South Carolina First. I Won't Vote for That.
The Iowa caucuses had to go. The Democrats are this close to a truly great primary calendar — but the president has made one fatal mistake.

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Dec 05, 2022

If You Want to Give Something Back to Nature, Give Your Body
New York should legalize human composting, a more environmentally friendly approach to death.

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Dec 05, 2022

Human Composting Would Let New Yorkers Return to Earth
New York should legalize human composting, a more environmentally friendly approach to death.

NYT > Opinion
Dec 05, 2022

How Wildlife Rescue Can Heal the Human Heart
There is something in all of us that responds to the suffering of another living thing.

NYT > Opinion
Dec 05, 2022

The First Amendment Is Not a License to Discriminate
If you want to offer to design wedding websites for the public, you have to do it for same-sex couples, too.

NYT > Opinion
Dec 05, 2022

The Political Winds Are Blowing. And Blowing. And Blowing.
The Senate runoff in Georgia and student loan forgiveness are just two of the subjects that divide us.

NYT > Opinion
Dec 05, 2022

North Carolina's Governor Says a Fringe Claim Before the Supreme Court Would Upend Democracy
The ability to exercise electoral and political power at the ballot box is hanging in the balance.

NYT > Opinion
Dec 05, 2022

My Mother Has Two Sons: Me and a Squirrel
A space is filled after an only child leaves the nest.

NYT > Opinion
Dec 05, 2022

My Mother's Unlikely Bond With a Baby Squirrel
A space is filled after an only child leaves the nest.

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Dec 05, 2022

Why Democrats Need a Warnock Win
Once more, America's fate is bound up in Georgia.

NYT > Opinion
Dec 05, 2022

The Iowa Caucuses Had to Go. But Democrats Shouldn't Put South Carolina First.
The Iowa caucuses had to go. The Democrats are this close to a truly great primary calendar — but the president has made one fatal mistake.

NYT > Opinion
Dec 05, 2022

My Dudus
A filmmaker documents his mother's bond with an abandoned baby squirrel.

NYT > Opinion
Dec 04, 2022

The Big Thing Effective Altruism (Still) Gets Right
The fall of Sam Bankman-Fried helps us see the movement's vices, but that shouldn't blind us to its virtues, either.

NYT > Opinion
Dec 04, 2022

Trump and the Anti-Abortion Movement
Readers discuss an essay about abortion as a political issue, including in the midterms. Also: Detained in America; helping people in jail; counting the votes.

NYT > Opinion
Dec 04, 2022

When Gay Rights Clash With Religious Freedom
303 Creative LLC v. Elenis, a case that comes before the Supreme Court this week, tests how committed we are as a country to pluralism.

NYT > Opinion
Dec 04, 2022

I Still Believe in Effective Altruism, Emphasis on ‘Effective'
The fall of Sam Bankman-Fried helps us see the movement's vices, but that shouldn't blind us to its virtues, either.

NYT > Opinion
Dec 04, 2022

Donate This Holiday Season: GiveWell Needs Your Help
The fall of Sam Bankman-Fried helps us see the movement's vices, but that shouldn't blind us to its virtues, either.

NYT > Opinion
Dec 04, 2022

Brian Kemp's Interesting Strategy: Stand Up to Trump, Stump for Walker
Brian Kemp is having a moment.

NYT > Opinion
Dec 04, 2022

The Man Who Neutered Trump
Brian Kemp is having a moment.

NYT > Opinion
Dec 04, 2022

The Teen Romance Novel That Russia's Politicians Just Can't Bear
"Summer in a Pioneer Tie" is more than a breakout hit.

NYT > Opinion
Dec 04, 2022

China's Struggle With Covid Is Just Beginning
Its zero-Covid approach has become a public health quagmire, but changing course is fraught with peril.

NYT > Opinion
Dec 04, 2022

Free to Be You and Me. Or Not.
50 years later, we may be forgetting the lessons of a children's classic.

NYT > Opinion
Dec 03, 2022

What Euthanasia Has Done to Canada
A glimpse of how liberalism yields to dystopia.

NYT > Opinion
Dec 03, 2022

What the Chinese People Are Revealing About Themselves
Their bravery is a profound affirmation that freedom of expression, dissent and protest are values held by people all over the world.

NYT > Opinion
Dec 03, 2022

Donate This Holiday Season: Partners In Health Needs Your Help
Give good health to anyone, anywhere, whether they can pay or not.

NYT > Opinion
Dec 03, 2022

A Donation to Honor the Vision of Dr. Paul Farmer
Give good health to anyone, anywhere, whether they can pay or not.

NYT > Opinion
Dec 03, 2022

‘Andor' Is the Best Star Wars Anything in Quite a While
On the Empire, the Rebellion and a series that works.

NYT > Opinion
Dec 03, 2022

We're Spending More Time Alone. Maybe It's Because We're Exhausted.
Alone doesn't necessarily mean lonely.

NYT > Opinion
Dec 03, 2022

Legal Sports Betting Spreads, Including on Campuses
Readers discuss a series of investigative articles about the effects of legalized sports gambling's popularity.

NYT > Opinion
Dec 03, 2022

Two Children Died, Thousands Can Be Helped
Parents set up foundations to fight the diseases that killed their sons.

NYT > Opinion
Dec 03, 2022

Ukrainian Women Fight for Their Own Liberation
"We need to defend our children," a female soldier said. "If not us, who?"

NYT > Opinion
Dec 03, 2022

A Powerful Display of Dissent in China
Their bravery is a profound affirmation that freedom of expression, dissent and protest are values held by people all over the world.

NYT > Opinion
Dec 03, 2022

Abortion Opponents Attack the Spread of Information
Foes of the procedure champion the speech of some while trying to censor others.

NYT > Opinion
Dec 03, 2022

The Next Anti-Abortion Tactic: Attacking the Spread of Information
Foes of the procedure champion the speech of some while trying to censor others.

NYT > Opinion
Dec 03, 2022

What Too Little Forgiveness Does to Us
A society that has lost the ability to extend and receive forgiveness risks being crushed by the weight of recriminations and score settling.

NYT > Opinion
Dec 02, 2022

World War III Begins With Forgetting
As the last generation that remembers full-scale global war is disappearing, the United States may be stumbling into a catastrophe.

NYT > Opinion
Dec 02, 2022

What It Costs Black Americans to Watch the Raphael Warnock-Herschel Walker Runoff
Herschel Walker is a part of a long tradition of Black people willing to distance themselves from their community for white praise and white power.

NYT > Opinion
Dec 02, 2022

Wonking Out: When Should We Declare Victory Over Inflation?
The case for 3 percent (as opposed to 2) gets real.

NYT > Opinion
Dec 02, 2022

We Can't Keep Spending Like This
The party is almost over. That will have serious consequences for the U.S. economy.

NYT > Opinion
Dec 02, 2022

The Personal Saving Rate Can't Stay This Low Forever.
The party is almost over. That will have serious consequences for the U.S. economy.

NYT > Opinion
Dec 02, 2022

The Chronic Illness Debate Is More Mainstream — But Still Mysterious
Why having a hard-to-diagnose illness is an edge experience.

NYT > Opinion
Dec 02, 2022

The Questions to Ask Before World War III
As the last generation that remembers full-scale global war is disappearing, the United States may be stumbling into a catastrophe.

NYT > Opinion
Dec 02, 2022

When Law Schools Snub the Rankings
Law schools are rebelling against the U.S. News rankings. Also: Loving libraries; Black-Jewish history; mourning Christine McVie; election liars.

NYT > Opinion
Dec 02, 2022

Before He Takes On ‘Woke Capitalism,' Ron DeSantis Should Read His Karl Marx
The churn of capitalism can be very disruptive to traditional hierarchies.

NYT > Opinion
Dec 02, 2022

What White Voters See in Herschel Walker
Herschel Walker is a part of a long tradition of Black people willing to distance themselves from their community for white praise and white power.

NYT > Opinion
Dec 02, 2022

What It Costs Black Americans to Watch Raphael Warnock and Herschel Walker Runoff
Herschel Walker is a part of a long tradition of Black people willing to distance themselves from their community for white praise and white power.

NYT > Opinion
Dec 02, 2022

Can America Really Envision World War III?
As the last generation that remembers full-scale global war is disappearing, the United States may be stumbling into a catastrophe.

NYT > Opinion
Dec 02, 2022

A Conservative's Take on the Chaotic State of the Republican Party
National Review writer Michael Brendan Dougherty talks about the ‘vacuum of authority' the G.O.P. must face.

NYT > Opinion
Dec 02, 2022

If It Was Good Enough for Socrates, It's Good Enough for Sophomores
Bring the oral exam back to college.

NYT > Opinion
Dec 02, 2022

Europe Is Wrong to Blame the U.S. for Its Energy Problems
The complaints not only are misguided but also risk aiding Vladimir Putin in his conquest of Ukraine.

NYT > Opinion
Dec 02, 2022

What Ron DeSantis and the Rest of the G.O.P. Can Learn From Marx
The churn of capitalism can be very disruptive to traditional hierarchies.

NYT > Opinion
Dec 02, 2022

Donate This Holiday Season: Brigid Alliance Needs Your Help
Support for abortion travel and holistic care for those who need it most.

NYT > Opinion
Dec 02, 2022

Help Desperate Women, and Give the Homeless Dignity
Support for abortion travel and holistic care for those who need it most.

NYT > Opinion
Dec 02, 2022

Homelessness in California Is Dire. Here's How You Can Help.
How to direct your giving to ease the toll of homelessness in the nation's largest state.

NYT > Opinion
Dec 02, 2022

Donate This Holiday Season: California's Homeless People Need Your Help
How to direct your giving to ease the toll of homelessness in the nation's largest state.

NYT > Opinion
Dec 01, 2022

Blockchains, What Are They Good For?
Growing evidence says, absolutely nothing.

NYT > Opinion
Dec 01, 2022

China Has an Extraordinary Covid-19 Dilemma
A true reopening, however unlikely, could lead to millions of deaths.

NYT > Opinion
Dec 01, 2022

If Biden Is Really Pro-Union, He Has One Chance to Prove It
The president's pro-labor reputation doesn't mean much if he isn't willing to stand firm when unions need White House support.

NYT > Opinion
Dec 01, 2022

My Community Doesn't Exist Just to Absolve You of Your Climate Sins
Carbon markets have left Indigenous communities that manage tropical forests vulnerable to exploitation.

NYT > Opinion
Dec 01, 2022

The Rail Strike Is a Chance For Biden to Prove He Really Is a Pro-Union President
The president's pro-labor reputation doesn't mean much if he isn't willing to stand firm when unions need White House support.

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Dec 01, 2022

The Republicans' Agenda for Their House Majority: ‘A Path of Pettiness'
Readers are critical of the planned investigations and calls for impeachments. Also: New minority leader; mentally ill in New York City; Kids special section.

NYT > Opinion
Dec 01, 2022

Ron DeSantis Is an Optical Illusion
Hooray! He's not Trump! Doesn't mean he's much better.

NYT > Opinion
Dec 01, 2022

Jack Dorsey and Mark Zuckerberg Made Big Promises in Africa. Where Are the Results?
The developing nations in Africa have yet to experience any enduring gains from Silicon Valley's financial speculation.

NYT > Opinion
Dec 01, 2022

Africa Is Waiting for What You Promised, Mark Zuckerberg and Jack Dorsey
The developing nations in Africa have yet to experience any enduring gains from Silicon Valley's financial speculation.

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Dec 01, 2022

Silicon Valley Made Big Promises in Africa. Where Are the Results?
The developing nations in Africa have yet to experience any enduring gains from Silicon Valley's financial speculation.

NYT > Opinion
Dec 01, 2022

Xi Broke the Social Contract That Helped China Prosper
Xi Jinping broke the social contract, in which the Communist Party and Chinese society observed certain boundaries and helped the country prosper.

NYT > Opinion
Dec 01, 2022

He Sold a Message of Climate Doom. He Has Regrets.
For Justin Trudeau's climate minister, changing tactics has come at a price.

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Dec 01, 2022

Germany's Coach Is Out of His Depth, and So Is Its Chancellor
The similarities are uncanny.

NYT > Opinion
Nov 30, 2022

Georgia Voters Defy Efforts to Suppress Them
Voter suppression is one of the surest cures for apathy. Nothing makes you value a thing like someone trying to steal it from you.

NYT > Opinion
Nov 30, 2022

Armed for the Holidays
The bloodshed continues. Will it make a difference?

NYT > Opinion
Nov 30, 2022

Are the Chinese Protests a Moment or a Movement?
The protests are the greatest public challenge to China's government in years. Where they go from here is anyone's guess.

NYT > Opinion
Nov 30, 2022

Banana Peels for Xi Jinping
What happens when an autocrat begins to look ridiculous?

NYT > Opinion
Nov 30, 2022

A Good Job Is a Gift That Keeps Giving
Here are two organizations that focus on helping people get better opportunities.

NYT > Opinion
Nov 30, 2022

Two Ways to Help People Do Good Work
Here are two organizations that focus on helping people get better opportunities.

NYT > Opinion
Nov 30, 2022

Moving Mentally Ill People Off the Streets of New York
Readers respond to Mayor Eric Adams's plan. Also: Advice for President Biden; blaming Republicans; guns in public; many kinds of love.

NYT > Opinion
Nov 30, 2022

The Communist Party Is Losing China's People
China's obsession with controlling Covid has exposed the government's inherent weakness.

NYT > Opinion
Nov 30, 2022

Make Room, Football, Because New World Soccer Is on the Rise
The Qatar World Cup is a new chapter in a growing North American soccer story.

NYT > Opinion
Nov 30, 2022

Give Moms the Gift of Guaranteed Income
The Magnolia Mother's Trust is helping Mississippi families thrive.

NYT > Opinion
Nov 30, 2022

300 Years Ago, There Was a Brutal Murder. We Could Learn From the Treaty That Followed.
Victims and the perpetrators of crime can come together to repair social relationships through economic, emotional and spiritual offerings.

NYT > Opinion
Nov 30, 2022

How a ‘Golden Era for Large Cities' Might Be Turning Into an ‘Urban Doom Loop'
What seemed like a transitory step to avoid infection has become a major force driving the future direction of urban America.

NYT > Opinion
Nov 30, 2022

The U.S. World Cup Win Offers a New Chapter in a Growing North American Soccer Story
Across North America, soccer has made incredible strides over the past 30 years.

NYT > Opinion
Nov 30, 2022

House Republicans Face a Triple Threat
A tiny majority, untested leadership and deep divisions will make things tough.

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Nov 30, 2022

A Native American Vision of Justice From 1722 Offers a Model for Today
Victims and the perpetrators of crime can come together to repair social relationships through economic, emotional and spiritual offerings.

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