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en-us Copyright 2018 The New York Times Company Sun, 22 Apr 2018 03:02:00 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 Exposures: The Real Cost of Cheap Shirts https://www.nytimes.com/2018/04/21/opinion/sunday/the-real-cost-of-cheap-shirts.html?partner=rss&emc=rss https://www.nytimes.com/2018/04/21/opinion/sunday/the-real-cost-of-cheap-shirts.html A textile factory in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Daniel Rodrigues for The New York Times Factory workers in Bangladesh toil for low wages and under precarious conditions to make clothing worn worldwide.

Exposures: The Real Cost of Cheap Shirts

Factory workers in Bangladesh toil for low wages and under precarious conditions to make clothing worn worldwide.

(21/04/2018 @ 18:30)

The Business Deals That Could Imperil Trump

Forget Stormy Daniels. The business records subpoenaed by Robert Mueller might be Donald Trump’s greatest legal headache.

(21/04/2018 @ 18:30)

A Problem Starbucks Can’t Train Away

White people who see black people through racism’s lens can often count on the police to share their outlook.

(21/04/2018 @ 18:30)

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Ask Roxane: I’m Outraged, but Failing at Activism. Why?

You aren’t indifferent to the current state of the world. You are human.

(20/04/2018 @ 23:40)

Op-Ed Columnist: Barbara Bush: Fake Pearls, Real Heart

With the blunt and plain-spoken and often funny Barbara Bush, you always knew where you stood.

(21/04/2018 @ 18:30)

Op-Ed Columnist: The Republicans’ Big Senate Mess

A convict in West Virginia, bondage in Missouri and a wacky contest for control of the chamber.

(21/04/2018 @ 18:30)

Sporting: Why Men Quit and Women Don’t

Despite awful weather at the Boston Marathon, women seemed to hold up better than men.

(20/04/2018 @ 23:55)

What Hospitals Can Teach the Police

Medical professionals know how to de-escalate volatile situations.

(21/04/2018 @ 18:30)

In Life, Money Talks

This weekend, some thoughts on the stuff that makes the world go ’round.

(21/04/2018 @ 07:49)

We Are Conservatives and We Believe Climate Change Is Real

The fight against climate change is a nonpartisan issue across the globe except, of course, in the United States.

(21/04/2018 @ 21:43)

We Are Conservatives and We Believe Climate Change Is Real

The fight against climate change is a nonpartisan issue across the globe except, of course, in the United States.

(21/04/2018 @ 21:41)

On Campus: The Soul-Crushing Student Essay

A freshman finally asks the clarifying question: “Do you mean we can write with the word ‘I’?”

(21/04/2018 @ 19:30)

Letters: College Admissions: Let’s Cut the Stress!

We asked parents and students how to make the application process less stressful. Here are some of their ideas.

(21/04/2018 @ 19:00)

Editorial: An Opioid Crisis Foretold

History supplies precedents and lessons for the opioid epidemic raging in America today — but we seem to have largely forgotten both.

(21/04/2018 @ 18:30)

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Despairing on Earth Day? Read This

Over time, mass migration to cities could be a driver of environmental progress.

(21/04/2018 @ 18:30)

Opinion: Adapting to American Decline

The United States is losing its influence as its relative power erodes. How should it manage the transition without destabilizing everyone else?

(21/04/2018 @ 18:30)

An American Woman Quits Smiling

Appearing happy is a cultural expectation. And I was tired of it.

(21/04/2018 @ 18:30)

Opinion: States Are Doing What Scott Pruitt Won’t

The federal government may ignore the environment, but we can’t afford to.

(21/04/2018 @ 18:30)

Editorial: A New Cuba After the Castros? Not Quite

Rául Castro ceded his position as head of state to a longtime Communist Party official. But the Castro family retains its grip on real power.

(21/04/2018 @ 02:24)

Op-Ed Columnist: Caution, Babies Voting

Now, all the infants in the Senate aren’t elected.

(21/04/2018 @ 02:06)

Editorial: Easing the Dangers of Childbirth for Black Women

Black New Yorkers are 12 times more likely to die from childbirth-related causes than white women. Health officials can do more to save lives.

(21/04/2018 @ 03:07)

Op-Ed Contributor: A Man Set Himself on Fire. We Barely Noticed.

If we can give our newspapers over to gun-toting maniacs for days on end, we can spare some attention for this.

(21/04/2018 @ 00:40)

Op-Ed Contributor: Beyond Starbucks: How Racism Shapes Customer Service

It will take more than one day of training to eliminate unfair treatment.

(21/04/2018 @ 00:29)

That Time Trump Felt Up Giuliani

The president and his newest lawyer have a history.

(21/04/2018 @ 00:11)

That Time Trump Felt Up Giuliani

Trump and his newest lawyer have a history.

(21/04/2018 @ 00:09)

Op-Ed Columnist: Jewish Power at 70 Years

Israel is a safeguard for Jews, not a vanity.

(20/04/2018 @ 23:51)

Op-Ed Contributor: When TV Takes Part in Human Rights Abuse

The United States should put sanctions on those responsible for televising forced confessions in China.

(20/04/2018 @ 23:07)

Letter: Advice on Sketchy Surgery

A doctor urges getting a second opinion or having the procedure done in a large hospital.

(20/04/2018 @ 19:40)

Letter: A Street Named for Dr. King

A reader suggests a plan to attract families and businesses to a street in Kansas City, Mo., named for the civil rights hero.

(20/04/2018 @ 18:43)

Letters: Choosing Whether to Have a Child With Down Syndrome

Readers discuss the challenges and the joys of parenting a special-needs child.

(20/04/2018 @ 18:07)

Letter: Breast-Feeding and Legislating

A reader suggests that not much has changed in the 40 years since she was in the New Hampshire Legislature.

(20/04/2018 @ 18:04)

Letter: Rudolph Giuliani Joins Trump’s Legal Team

A reader criticizes the former New York City mayor for “casting his fate with the most reactionary and anti-New York president in modern memory.”

(20/04/2018 @ 18:00)

News Analysis: ‘They Were Never Going to Let Me Be President’

Covering Hillary Clinton’s campaign from before it started to the very last moment.

(21/04/2018 @ 00:10)

Op-Ed Contributor: Gaza: The Lesser Child of Israel’s Occupation

Israelis barely talk about Gaza, yet it is one of Zionism’s greatest victims.

(20/04/2018 @ 14:45)

Op-Ed Columnist: At Long Last, a Baby in the Senate

Also: Another columnist describes my deficit column as a real hash.

(20/04/2018 @ 12:19)

Op-Ed Contributor: For Mrs. Bush

She was beyond politics. She represented something far greater: the power and grace of a mother’s love.

(22/04/2018 @ 02:13)

Op-Ed Contributor: Cynthia Nixon Can Save the Democrats (From Themselves)

If New York’s left can keep Andrew Cuomo from striding onto the national stage posing as a progressive, we can send the party a message it needs to hear.

(20/04/2018 @ 15:02)

Op-Ed Columnist: The Politically Incorrect Randa Jarrar

Campus free speech is threatened on the left as well as the right.

(20/04/2018 @ 22:55)

Op-Ed Columnist: The Insanity at the Gaza Fence

Israel has the right to defend its borders, but not to use lethal force against unarmed protesters.

(20/04/2018 @ 09:45)

Op-Ed Columnist: Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un Prepare to Meet

Is the American president ready to meet the North Korean leader?

(20/04/2018 @ 10:11)

Editorial: A Rebuke to Trump, a Century in the Making

With a man in the White House who helped set off a new women’s movement, the Equal Rights Amendment has a chance of being ratified.

(20/04/2018 @ 11:31)

Op-Ed Columnist: The Great Snake Oil Slump

Why has Trump’s tax cut been such a political fizzle?

(20/04/2018 @ 15:09)

Op-Ed Contributors: Boehner Benefits From Weed. Blacks Are in Prison for Using It.

Even as laws against the drug disappear, blacks convicted of marijuana offenses languish in jail.

(19/04/2018 @ 22:58)

Op-Ed Contributor: Is Russia Sponsoring Terrorism?

From poison to cyberattacks, Moscow has violated countless norms of warfare and sovereignty.

(19/04/2018 @ 22:55)

Opinion: Olivia Pope’s Pantsuit Nation

Even when ‘Scandal’ veered into the absurd, I never gave up on its heroine.

(19/04/2018 @ 21:27)

Op-Ed Contributor: How Erdogan Wins

Nationalism, strong economic growth and control of the media will help the president of Turkey’s re-election in June.

(20/04/2018 @ 07:52)

The Problem With Miracle Cancer Cures

If immunotherapy worked most of the time, this would be an unambiguously happy story. But it doesn’t.

(20/04/2018 @ 19:27)

Op-Ed Contributor: George Weah: Don’t Forget About Liberia

The world must not forget my country as it moves from recovery to development.

(19/04/2018 @ 18:45)

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