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Aug 21, 2019

European Companies Get Rich in China's ‘Open Air Prison'
Volkswagen, Siemens and more are making money in Xinjiang, where minorities are being herded into detention camps.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 20, 2019

How the Palestinian-Israeli Peace Process Became a Farce
We have peace plans with no partners and movements with no peace plans.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 20, 2019

Trump Retreats, Again, on Guns
Where is the president's vaunted independence?

NYT > Opinion
Aug 20, 2019

Want to Prevent a Recession, Mr. Trump? Stop Hurting the Economy
As the administration tries to keep growth going, its trade war weakens it.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 20, 2019

Want to Win in 2020? Fight Fair
Democrats should follow the example of my boss, John McCain, in avoiding divisive politics.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 20, 2019

She Beat Cancer. Now, She's in Another Fight for Her Life.
Twenty Americans die each day waiting for organs. Here's how to change that.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 20, 2019

How an E-Bike Changed My Life
Riding grew harder as I grew older. Then I got an electric bicycle.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 20, 2019

Daniel Pantaleo Was Fired. We're Still Afraid for Our Lives.
Five years after Eric Garner's death, it's painfully obvious that the daily anxiety black and brown people experience is justified.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 20, 2019

Almost Famous: The King of Fish and Chips
In the late 1960s, Haddon Salt built a fast-food empire. Then Kentucky Fried Chicken came knocking.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 20, 2019

The Push to Ban Assault Weapons
Readers discuss an opinion piece arguing that it's too late for such a ban; one says a ban would be political suicide for Democrats.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 20, 2019

Save Capitalism by Paying People More
Changing the role of shareholders is only a start. Boards and C.E.O.s must create more higher-paying jobs.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 20, 2019

The King of Fish and Chips
In the late 1960s, Haddon Salt built a fast food empire. Then Kentucky Fried Chicken came knocking.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 20, 2019

No, Facebook Is Not Secretly Listening to You
(Except when it is.)

NYT > Opinion
Aug 20, 2019

A Visit to China: How Its People View Hong Kong
A reader with relatives in China does not think that the protesters will succeed in loosening Beijing's grip.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 20, 2019

Trump Promotes Plastics, and Himself, at Factory
Readers worry about the cancer threat that a new plant poses and object to penalizing workers who didn't attend the president's event. Also: Dog conversations; a lack of privacy.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 20, 2019

‘If You're Like Me, You Can't Sit By. This Is America.'
With a lawyer, most unaccompanied immigrant children don't get deported. But most don't have one, and go before a judge alone.

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Aug 20, 2019

Could Restorative Justice Fix the Internet?
Perhaps. But it relies on people being capable of shame, so …

NYT > Opinion
Aug 20, 2019

What Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Marco Rubio Agree On
Many Republicans and Democrats agree: Governments should intervene to help the industries and technologies of the future.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 20, 2019

Trump Could Get Help on the Economy, but He's Choosing Not To
In a period of economic instability, a chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers could be a helpful aide.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 20, 2019

Harvesting Irony in Alaska
Global warming, budget cuts and musical instruments carved from ancient trees: A summer in Sitka is an exercise in extremes.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 20, 2019

Industrial Policy Isn't Boring. It's Big, and It Has United the Left and Right.
Many Republicans and Democrats agree: Governments should intervene to help the industries and technologies of the future.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 20, 2019

Eric Garner and Our Justified Fear of Police
Daniel Pantaleo has been fired. Black and brown people are still afraid for our lives.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 19, 2019

Toxic Nostalgia Breeds Derangement
A writer who charted the collapse of reality in Russia now sees it worldwide.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 19, 2019

The World Has a Germany Problem
The debt obsession that ate the economy.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 19, 2019

When Parents Eavesdrop on Nannies
It was troubling to learn that my voice was being recorded, day and night, without my knowledge or permission.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 19, 2019

It Just Got Harder to Get Birth Control in America
Title X made sure poor women could have access to health care. The Trump administration has compromised that.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 19, 2019

El Paso, Two Weeks Later
The residents of this city have shown the kind of grace we need from people in power.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 19, 2019

A Measure of Justice for Eric Garner, and for Daniel Pantaleo
The police commissioner sent a valuable message by firing the New York City officer who put Mr. Garner in a chokehold that turned fatal.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 19, 2019

Rethinking the Filibuster, and the Senate Itself
Readers react to an Op-Ed by former Senator Harry Reid calling for an end to the filibuster.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 19, 2019

Buy Greenland?
A reader, noting its mineral resources, says why not. Another urges Greenland to buy the U.S., putting us under Denmark's rational rule. Also: Child care for all.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 19, 2019

I Help People Recover From Disordered Eating. Don't Give Your Child This App.
A registered dietitian explains why you should never put your child on a diet.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 19, 2019

Our Irrational Anxiety About ‘Slow' Growth
The problem goes much deeper than Trump or tariffs.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 19, 2019

Does Anyone Know What Electability Is?
There's no good way to know which Democrat will do best in the general election.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 19, 2019

How Much Damage Have Republicans Done in the States?
Turns out making cuts to public services to fit an ideology of small government and traditionalism is just not very popular.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 19, 2019

China: Free Our Parents From Concentration Camps
A million ethnic minority Uighurs have been detained in "re-education camps." Here, three young people share their stories.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 19, 2019

Who Is to Blame for Argentina's Economic Crisis?
Argentines remember the role the I.M.F. played in the last depression. They also remember the improvement in their lives under Kirchnerism.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 19, 2019

What Part of ‘Thou Shalt Not Kill' Don't We Understand?
Here in Tennessee, the hypocrisy of execution day is almost too much to bear.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 18, 2019

Where Went My Empty Nest?
Welcoming your children back home after college is great, but as a parent, the adjustment can also be jarring.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 18, 2019

Rethinking America's Approach to the World
It's time to reverse the reliance on military action rather than diplomacy.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 18, 2019

Our Kids Do Not Need a Weight Watchers App
A registered dietitian explains why you should never put your child on a diet.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 18, 2019

Personal Data About Small-Donor Democrats Is All Over the Internet
The blame lies not with Russian hackers but with the presidential candidates and the federal government.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 18, 2019

Stemming the Loss of Local Journalism
Readers discuss the role that philanthropists and lawmakers can play to help save local papers.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 18, 2019

Trump's Rollback of Food Stamps
A reader says an estimated three million people would lose benefits under the new rule. Also: Gay families and adoption; advertising of sex products in the subway; the joys of swimming.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 17, 2019

What Happens in a Recession?
Trump loses, Uber evaporates, the social crisis gets worse.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 17, 2019

The Species Act, Endangered: ‘Like a Plan From a Cartoon Villain'
The president and his Interior Department undermine the landmark Endangered Species Act in the service of "energy dominance."

NYT > Opinion
Aug 17, 2019

The Pain of Losing a Local Record Store
Saying goodbye to a beloved brick and mortar business hurts.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 17, 2019

Is the Evening Sky Doomed?
Light pollution is threatening our ability to see the cosmos.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 17, 2019

Finding Myself in My Mother's Calendars
We tend to think they are about keeping track of time. They are about much more.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 17, 2019

What's Wrong With the Global Economy?
The problem goes much deeper than Trump or tariffs.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 17, 2019

I'm a Black Feminist. I Think Call-Out Culture Is Toxic.
There are better ways of doing social justice work.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 17, 2019

Can Hong Kong Avoid Becoming Tiananmen?
This is not 1989 and Hong Kong is not Beijing, yet unarmed students are again in danger of repression by the Chinese military.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 17, 2019

The Tired and Poor Who Make America Great
As long as the Statue of Liberty stands, it renders Donald Trump an impostor.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 17, 2019

We Have Ruined Childhood
For youngsters these days, an hour of free play is like a drop of water in the desert. Of course they're miserable.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 17, 2019

Probing the Psyches of Mass Murderers
Readers discuss whether the killers are mentally ill, hate women or are inspired by right-wing rhetoric.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 17, 2019

Iceland's Prime Minister: ‘The Ice Is Leaving'
Climate change is melting glaciers worldwide. Only we can stop it.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 17, 2019

An Ice-Free Iceland Is Not a Joke
Climate change is melting glaciers worldwide. Only we can stop it.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 17, 2019

I'm 57. Am I Grown Up?
I'm childless, still trekking the path to self-realization, and always the first one on the dance floor.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 16, 2019

The Abrupt End of My Big Girl Summer
There I was, blissfully enjoying Lizzo, when the world had to intrude and remind me that it is still disgusted by normal female bodies.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 16, 2019

How Women Can Escape the Likability Trap
Powerful women know how to flip feminine stereotypes to their advantage.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 16, 2019

The Cost-Effectiveness of Medicare for All
A health consultant says the free market has failed to rein in medical costs. Also: Republicans who oppose President Trump; madhouse at the Louvre.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 16, 2019

If You Think Trump Is Helping Israel, You're a Fool
By barring Representatives Omar and Tlaib, Netanyahu made the president happy. But he has poisoned relations with America.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 16, 2019

Are We Real, or Just a Computer Simulation?
What if we are merely part of an experiment by an advanced civilization?

NYT > Opinion
Aug 16, 2019

To Understand Hong Kong, Don't Think About Tiananmen
Memories of the 1989 crackdown in Beijing loom large. That's understandable, but misleading.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 16, 2019

With Trump as President, the World Is Spiraling Into Chaos
Trump torched America's foreign policy infrastructure. The results are becoming clear.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 16, 2019

Ebola Could Be Eradicated — But Only if the World Works Together
New treatments for Ebola and drug-resistant tuberculosis offer hope, but they won't be successful on their own.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 16, 2019

The Great Western Public Land Robbery
Trump's pick to be the steward of America's public lands doesn't believe in public lands.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 16, 2019

King Bibi Bows Before a Tweet
After Trump cowed the Israeli leader into reversing course on Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib, the biggest loser was Israel itself.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 16, 2019

New York Needs to Move Aggressively to Protect Cyclists and Pedestrians
Too many people are being killed by drivers.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 15, 2019

From Trump Boom to Trump Gloom
The smart money thinks Trumponomics is a flop.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 15, 2019

What Are Trump and Netanyahu Afraid Of?
Barring Representatives Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib shows weakness and intolerance, not strength.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 15, 2019

Israel Bars 2 Congresswomen, and a Furor Ensues
Readers react to Israel's decision to honor a request by President Trump.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 15, 2019

A Conservative's Call for a Trump Challenger
Readers agree with Joe Walsh that the president should have a challenger from the right. Also: Assault weapons; tuberculosis; food labels that instruct; separate beds.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 15, 2019

How World Leaders Ruined the Global Economy
They took the best growth picture in a decade and put us in danger of recession.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 15, 2019

On Immigration, the Democrats Are Playing Into Trump's Hands
Rather than present tough choices and coherent ideas, they are mostly responding to his outrages with empty rhetoric.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 15, 2019

The Forgotten Story of Operation Anvil
In August 1944, the United States executed a gigantic assault on southern France. Why does no one remember it?

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Aug 15, 2019

The Silence Is the Loudest Sound
The Indian government has confined about seven million Kashmiris to their homes and imposed a complete communications blackout.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 15, 2019

The Supreme Court's Second Amendment Appetite
The sound of gunshots is still ringing in the country's ears. Do the justices hear it too?

NYT > Opinion
Aug 15, 2019

Stacey Abrams Is Playing the Long Game for Our Democracy
And she's playing to win.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 15, 2019

Alla Salute! Italy's Aperitivo Is Back
A new generation has rediscovered the social charms of imbibing an aperitif before dinner, turning Italy this summer into one vast bar.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 15, 2019

The Incontinent Cows of Middle-earth
New Zealand is less clean and green than its tourism marketing makes it out to be. The main culprit: the dairy industry.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 15, 2019

How Did You Pay for College?
First came the tests, the essays and the acceptance letters. Then came the bill.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 15, 2019

Is Josh Hawley the Future of the G.O.P.?
One-on-one with the Missouri senator.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 15, 2019

Kim Jong-un's Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Year
For perhaps the first time, America seems to be outmaneuvering Team North Korea.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 14, 2019

America Made Lady Liberty a Hypocrite
Invoking the poem at her base is the wrong response to Trump's latest move to keep out nonwhite immigrants.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 14, 2019

Why I Dabble in Jeffrey Epstein Conspiracy Theories
I believe Neil Armstrong walked on the moon. I believe that Al Qaeda attacked us on Sept. 11. But on this story, I've been mugged by unreality.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 14, 2019

Hong Kong's Challenge to Xi Jinping's Iron Rule
The protesters, for the most part, are not terrorists or even radicals. But they are a threat to his monopoly on power.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 14, 2019

How to Torture Trump
Who's less popular than Elton John?

NYT > Opinion
Aug 14, 2019

Anti-Immigrant, Pro-Exploitation
The administration's crackdowns and rule changes benefit business.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 14, 2019

Why I Flirt With Jeffrey Epstein Conspiracy Theories
I believe Neil Armstrong walked on the moon. I believe that Al Qaeda attacked us on Sept. 11. But on this story, I've been mugged by unreality.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 14, 2019

Count Me Among the Jeffrey Epstein Conspiracy Theorists
I believe Neil Armstrong walked on the moon. I believe that Al Qaeda attacked us on Sept. 11. But on this story, I've been mugged by unreality.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 14, 2019

Who Killed Tumblr? We All Did
What plagues the internet today hit the social media platform hard and early.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 14, 2019

College Campuses: Are They Too P.C.?
Readers react to Bret Stephens's view that the culture of inclusion and diversity has gone too far and debased academia.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 14, 2019

Woodstock at 50
Readers share memories of an event that symbolized a generation. Also: The corporatization of health care; extreme prison sentences.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 14, 2019

Call It Racism
A reader urges The Times to use that word when reporting on the president's tweets and policies.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 14, 2019

What the Trump Administration Gets Wrong About the Statue of Liberty
Americans once aspired to aid the poor and oppressed of all lands. The new "public charge" statute will make that impossible.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 14, 2019

The Ethical Mess of Our Health Care System
It is a patchwork that covers some people and some diseases but not others. We can improve it by bolstering Obamacare.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 14, 2019

This Video May Not Be Real
"Deepfakes" are multiplying, but the panic about them is overblown.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 14, 2019

Is a Crackdown Coming in Hong Kong?
Beijing doesn't want to intervene. But its own propaganda efforts may force Xi Jinping's hand.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 14, 2019

Jeffrey Epstein Raped Me When I Was 15
Now I'm suing his estate and accomplices.

NYT > Opinion
Aug 14, 2019

They Stole Your Files, You Don't Have to Pay the Ransom
The F.B.I. should follow the example of European law enforcement and help victims of ransomware decrypt their data.

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