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Why Trump’s Emergency Mess Means Danger for the Courts

The president’s move has already been challenged in court. Win or lose, he is almost certainly forcing an alarming judicial precedent.

(19/02/2019 @ 11:00)

A Nation of Weavers

The social renaissance is happening from the ground up.

(19/02/2019 @ 03:07)

A Happy Marriage Between God and Budget Deficits

What keeps Saudi Arabia and Pakistan together.

(19/02/2019 @ 11:56)

Why Can’t Trump Build Anything?

Infrastructure won’t happen until the Democrats regain control.

(19/02/2019 @ 12:52)

Betsy DeVos vs. Student Veterans

The Department of Education secretary has been uniquely brazen, and unpatriotic, in her deregulation campaign. It’s time that she answered for her actions.

(18/02/2019 @ 23:50)

What’s Really in Your Index Fund?

Investors love index funds, but they may not be as transparent as they seem.

(19/02/2019 @ 00:00)

Europe to Mike Pence: No, Thank You

The Trump administration manages to turn Germans into Gaullists, ready to flirt with Russia and contemplate strategic independence.

(19/02/2019 @ 06:58)

Russia Has a Case. As Does America. So Save the Nuclear Treaty.

Contention over the I.N.F. missile control treaty is complicated by suspicions on both sides that the other has broken its rules.

(19/02/2019 @ 12:15)

The Creeping Liberalism in American Islam

Far from spreading Shariah, as Islamophobes have suggested, America’s Muslim clerics are focusing on a more familiar trend: youngsters blending into American life.

(19/02/2019 @ 12:28)

Enough With the Hot Takes

The Jussie Smollett case is the latest reminder: Don’t be too eager to make pronouncements.

(19/02/2019 @ 13:25)

And Now for Brexit’s Second Act …

Are you enjoying the show?

(19/02/2019 @ 11:02)

Jussie Smollett and a Perfect Crime

An object lesson in what happens when people in positions of political and cultural authority indulge their biases by suspending disbelief.

(18/02/2019 @ 22:37)

letters: Progressives and Day Care for All

Readers offer support, with a dissent.

(18/02/2019 @ 19:00)

letter: Trump’s Nuclear Reversal

The president of Physicians for Social Responsibility Los Angeles says the New Cold War has officially begun.

(18/02/2019 @ 18:30)

letters: Rocking Myself to Sleep

Readers describe how the motion helps them drift off.

(18/02/2019 @ 18:00)

Jazz on the Edge of Change

Before 1919, the music was considered more novelty than art. Then a military band changed everything.

(18/02/2019 @ 16:39)

The Stone: Athens in Pieces: In Aristotle’s Garden

It is unclear whether the Lyceum charged fees but, given its vast wealth, it probably didn’t need to. Sounds a little like Harvard, doesn’t it?

(18/02/2019 @ 22:36)

Thank You, New York

The city did the rest of the country a favor. Corporate-relocation handouts are terrible economic policy.

(18/02/2019 @ 13:30)

Revolution 60: Is This the End of Cuba’s Astonishing Artistic Freedom?

A controversial new decree threatens to derail a thriving cultural scene in Havana.

(18/02/2019 @ 14:04)

How Mitch McConnell Enables Trump

He’s not an institutionalist. He’s the man who surrendered the Senate to the president.

(18/02/2019 @ 11:00)

A Nashville Miracle

The ballet ‘Attitude: Lucy Negro Redux’ is a forceful claiming of female desire and sexual self-determination.

(18/02/2019 @ 17:28)

What’s the Plan for Brexit? There Is No Plan

It may be time to stop the doomsday clock and start over.

(18/02/2019 @ 02:07)

New York Did Us All a Favor by Standing Up to Amazon

Yes, Amazon’s departure will modestly hurt the city’s economy. But it’s also a victory against bad economic policy.

(18/02/2019 @ 00:28)

Xi and a Trumpian Time Bomb

Trade negotiations could come down to the wire.

(18/02/2019 @ 00:00)

Why Are We Still Dismissing Girls’ Pain?

People continue to struggle with the idea that women are the authorities on their own bodies.

(18/02/2019 @ 00:00)

letters: Do Women in Politics Face a Double Standard?

Readers discuss if and how gender bias and stereotypes play a role in politics, citing past presidential races.

(17/02/2019 @ 19:30)

letter: Trump and Arms Control

Strobe Talbott, a former deputy secretary of state, takes issue with the president’s withdrawal from a nuclear weapons treaty.

(17/02/2019 @ 20:06)

letter: When Republicans Favored Taxes

A Williams College professor recalls the thinking of President Theodore Roosevelt.

(17/02/2019 @ 18:30)

letter: In Praise of German Drivers

A reader who has lived in both Germany and the U.S. prefers the autobahns with no speed limits but with careful drivers over the riskier behavior of Americans at the wheel.

(17/02/2019 @ 18:00)

letter: Regulating Payday Loans

A reader says a well-intentioned regulation could actually harm those of limited means for whom these loans are a last resort.

(17/02/2019 @ 18:00)

Bill de Blasio: The Path Amazon Rejected

It could have answered the concerns of citizens. Instead it bolted.

(16/02/2019 @ 23:28)

Time to Panic

The planet is getting warmer in catastrophic ways. And fear may be the only thing that saves us.

(19/02/2019 @ 06:30)

‘The Trump-Russia Story’: Cue the Stage Lights

In this drama, the stakes are enormous.

(16/02/2019 @ 19:30)

When Queens Was Lame

How could I have once been embarrassed by the borough that took on Amazon? A new day has dawned over the Throgs Neck Bridge.

(16/02/2019 @ 19:30)

How Much Will Americans Sacrifice for Good Health Care?

A battle is looming over universal health care. Politicians and voters will have to decide whether the trade-offs are worth it.

(16/02/2019 @ 19:30)

Trump Is Driving Out Precious Republican Voters

The young in particular are slipping away.

(16/02/2019 @ 19:30)

The Limp Caudillo

How Trump's incompetent power grabs are actually weakening the imperial presidency.

(16/02/2019 @ 19:30)

What Is Death?

It’s not a simple biological fact. It’s a complex social choice.

(16/02/2019 @ 19:30)

Everything I Know About Feminism I Learned From Nuns

What it meant to be surrounded by educated women who were not wives or mothers.

(17/02/2019 @ 18:52)

Op-Ed Columnist: The King of Pop — and Perversion

A haunting new documentary lays bare Michael Jackson’s predations and forces us to wonder: Why does celebrity continually excuse perversion?

(16/02/2019 @ 22:37)

The Joy of Standards

Life is a lot easier when you can plug in to any socket.

(16/02/2019 @ 19:30)

The City of Lost Love

Some blocks make me nostalgic for old love and some make me grateful that time doesn’t stand still.

(16/02/2019 @ 22:18)

Don’t Let Sex Distract You From the Revolution

Maybe the Second Wave celibates were on to something.

(16/02/2019 @ 20:31)

letters: Ideal Ways to Raise a Child

Readers discuss helicopter parenting and the value of boredom.

(16/02/2019 @ 17:30)

A Better Way to Attract Amazon’s Jobs

Virginia can teach New York a few things about how to make a deal that actually works.

(16/02/2019 @ 18:25)

Esquire’s Cover Boy and Our Culture of Shame

I’m a trans woman living in Brooklyn. And I have tremendous empathy for the conservative teen in Wisconsin.

(16/02/2019 @ 15:54)

Forget the All-Star Game. Start Watching Italian Basketball.

The real hoops drama is in Europe.

(16/02/2019 @ 16:00)

Phony Wall, Phony Emergency

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(16/02/2019 @ 17:12)

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