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en-us Copyright 2017 The New York Times Company Thu, 19 Oct 2017 03:14:39 GMT NYT > Opinion https://static01.nyt.com/images/misc/NYT_logo_rss_250x40.png https://www.nytimes.com/pages/opinion/index.html?partner=rss&emc=rss Editorial: Congress, End the Health Care Chaos. You Have 9 Million Kids to Protect. https://www.nytimes.com/2017/10/18/opinion/editorials/congress-healthcare-kids-chip.html?partner=rss&emc=rss https://www.nytimes.com/2017/10/18/opinion/editorials/congress-healthcare-kids-chip.html Grace Han The Children’s Health Insurance Program has had bipartisan support, as does a compromise to save Obamacare. Republicans could wreck both.

Editorial: Congress, End the Health Care Chaos. You Have 9 Million Kids to Protect.

The Children’s Health Insurance Program has had bipartisan support, as does a compromise to save Obamacare. Republicans could wreck both.

(19/10/2017 @ 01:13)

Op-Ed Contributor: I Coined the Term ‘Sexual Harassment.’ Corporations Stole It.

A word that once promised revolution has been made business-friendly and bloodless. It’s time to reclaim it.

(19/10/2017 @ 01:36)

Op-Ed Columnist: The Trumpist Case for Janet Yellen

For his own sake, the president should reappoint the Federal Reserve chairwoman.

(19/10/2017 @ 03:42)

Op-Ed Contributor: What’s Really Keeping Pakistan’s Children Out of School?

Since 2010, the government has more than doubled its education budget. But it has misdiagnosed the problem.

(19/10/2017 @ 00:51)

Op-Ed Contributor: The Supreme Court Justices Need Fact-Checkers

They rely on bad data in opinions — and they shouldn’t simply dismiss evidence they don’t understand as “gobbledygook.”

(19/10/2017 @ 00:32)

Op-Ed Contributor: Iraq Will Remain United

For three years, we have battled terrorists — and the odds. We will not allow the Kurds to rip our country apart.

(19/10/2017 @ 01:27)

Op-Ed Columnist: ‘Drug Dealers in Lab Coats’

Big Pharma has helped get America hooked on opioids.

(19/10/2017 @ 01:58)

Editorial: The White House Sees Only Dollar Signs in the Arctic

With subterfuge and an ear for those who can gain financially, the administration pushes to drill oil and mine gold in fragile areas.

(19/10/2017 @ 02:11)

Looking Back: Open for Comment Since 1851, and Still Going Hot and Heavy

Letters to the editor have been integral to The New York Times since its founding, but criticism was not welcomed until Adolph S. Ochs took over.

(22/06/2017 @ 17:11)

Letter: Separating the Artist’s Conduct and the Art

A reader asks, “How should one react to the work produced by disgraced individuals?”

(18/10/2017 @ 22:27)

Letters: In Quest of Privacy in the Digital Age

The A.C.L.U. and the Electronic Frontier Foundation call for laws and investment in technologies that protect consumers.

(18/10/2017 @ 21:35)

Letter: Trump’s ‘Obsession With Obama’

“Lacking the grace, skill, empathy, humor, work ethic, knowledge, tact, thick skin and fitness for the job,” the president envies his predecessor.

(18/10/2017 @ 20:55)

Letter: Waiting for Real Health Care Reform

A reader calls for “a bipartisan solution that is stripped of the needs of the lobbyists and addresses the concerns of the American people.”

(18/10/2017 @ 21:27)

Letter: Foreign Medical Graduates

The president of St. George’s University in Grenada responds to an Upshot article.

(18/10/2017 @ 19:25)

Op-Ed Contributor: There’s No Good Decision in the Next Big Data Privacy Case

Congress, not the Supreme Court, should decide the fate of data held abroad.

(18/10/2017 @ 18:08)

Op-Ed Contributor: When the Price of Reporting Is a Car Bomb

The murder of Daphne Caruana Galizia in Malta illustrates the stakes for journalists pushing back against power.

(18/10/2017 @ 18:24)

Op-Ed Columnist: A Very Encouraging Health Care Deal

Also: A Willie Horton-style campaign in Virginia.

(18/10/2017 @ 14:43)

Op-Ed Columnist: What’s the Matter With Republicans?

How the party of Trump became a liberal caricature.

(18/10/2017 @ 14:34)

Contributing Opinion Writer: Ireland’s Transition, and Mine

The country has come a long way on L.G.B.T.Q. rights since I was there in the 1990s.

(18/10/2017 @ 11:12)

Op-Ed Contributors: Protect Alaska’s Last Great Wilderness From Oil Drilling

Republicans are using the budget process to invade the pristine Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.

(18/10/2017 @ 10:55)

Op-Ed Contributor: Military Women, Too, Should Serve Unmolested

Misogyny and abuse are rampant in society. But the military is well equipped to stop it in its own ranks.

(18/10/2017 @ 10:55)

Op-Ed Contributor: A Roadmap for Catalonia

The central government in Madrid and the Catalan Parliament have painted themselves into a corner. Here is a way out.

(18/10/2017 @ 06:58)

Editorial: Mr. Trump Outdoes Himself in Picking a Conflicted Regulator

The nominee to lead the E.P.A. chemicals office is a threat to public health.

(18/10/2017 @ 04:46)

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Yes, This Is a Witch Hunt. I’m a Witch and I’m Hunting You.

Sorry, Woody Allen. I know you hate rumor mills, but sometimes they’re our only recourse.

(18/10/2017 @ 17:18)

Op-Ed Contributor: Why Democrats Need Wall Street

Financial firms are big donors and the backbone of the American economy.

(18/10/2017 @ 00:55)

Op-Ed Columnist: The Trump Doctrine

The president’s approach is: Rip things apart without thought and leave the problem to someone else.

(18/10/2017 @ 00:55)

Editorial: Ending Cash-Register Justice

Towns across the country hand out fines for minor infractions and jail anyone too poor to pay. It’s time for more judges to speak out.

(18/10/2017 @ 00:55)

Editorial: With a Journalist’s Murder in Malta, a Global Threat Grows

Powerful and corrupt leaders throughout the world have endangered forceful reporters like Daphne Caruana Galizia.

(18/10/2017 @ 00:02)

Op-Ed Columnist: Trump’s Self-Absorption on War Deaths

Like the rich couple in “The Great Gatsby,” the president is exceedingly careless about just about everyone except himself — including slain soldiers.

(17/10/2017 @ 23:17)

Op-Ed Contributor: The Booker Prize’s Bad History

It’s an award funded by the labor of enslaved people.

(18/10/2017 @ 00:27)

On Campus: When Conservatives Suppress Campus Speech

The University of Wisconsin’s anti-protest policy shows it’s more worried about protecting conservative opinions than student expression.

(17/10/2017 @ 21:50)

Op-Ed Contributrors: The Law Is on the N.F.L. Players’ Side

Stifling the protests would be illegal.

(17/10/2017 @ 21:10)

Op-Ed Columnist: Will Pumpkin Spice Destroy Us All?

It’s odoriferous. It’s insidious. It’s America.

(17/10/2017 @ 21:05)

Op-Docs: Gay and in Love at an Evangelical College

What do you do when your relationship conflicts with your religion?

(17/10/2017 @ 20:58)

Gay and in Love at an Evangelical College

What do you do when your relationship conflicts with your religion?

(17/10/2017 @ 20:57)

Letters: Blythe Danner and Martha Plimpton, on Harvey Weinstein

The two actresses discuss sexual assault in the entertainment and other industries. Ms. Danner defends how her daughter, Gwyneth Paltrow, handled it.

(17/10/2017 @ 20:40)

Letters: The Guggenheim and PETA, on Animals and Art

The Guggenheim’s director responds to an editorial criticizing the removal of works of art involving animals. PETA defends the museum’s decision.

(17/10/2017 @ 20:24)

Letter: Will Trump Say, ‘Merry Christmas, Jared’?

A reader faults the president’s insistence on using “Merry Christmas” as a greeting for all.

(17/10/2017 @ 20:16)

Letter: Enabling Stephen Miller, a Trump Adviser

A reader takes issue with an article about the Trump adviser Stephen Miller.

(17/10/2017 @ 20:10)

Letter: Mayor de Blasio and Charter Schools

Eva Moskowitz of Success Academy Charter Schools discusses the mayor’s reversal of a decision to evict charter schools.

(17/10/2017 @ 18:00)

Op-Ed Columnist: Puerto Rico’s Crisis, by the Numbers

Where, oh where, is the urgency from Washington?

(17/10/2017 @ 14:06)

Vietnam '67: The Moral Case for Draft Resistance

Many protesters risked jail not to avoid serving in Vietnam, but to dissent against what they believed was an unjust war.

(17/10/2017 @ 13:31)

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Unesco Shmunesco

Will the American decision to pull out of the United Nations’ cultural organization help Israel or hurt it?

(17/10/2017 @ 12:00)

Fixes: Beyond the GPS, Mapping Every Place, Everywhere

A three-word answer to the global question, ‘Where are you?’

(17/10/2017 @ 12:00)

Op-Ed Columnist: Daydreaming in Germany

A violent storm erupts in a world “on the cusp of avoidable disaster.”

(17/10/2017 @ 15:57)

On Campus: College Advice I Wish I’d Taken

I’m a teacher, but as an undergraduate, I was the type of mediocre student I now disdain.

(17/10/2017 @ 11:51)

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Can the E.U.’s Weakest Link Hold?

This is a difficult time for liberal democracy.

(17/10/2017 @ 11:28)

Editorial: Under Mr. Trump, America Surrenders

By backing out of international commitments, he is ceding the future to the powers he claims to be protecting Americans from.

(17/10/2017 @ 02:12)

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