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en-us Copyright 2018 The New York Times Company Sat, 23 Jun 2018 21:14:54 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 Single at 38? Have That Baby https://www.nytimes.com/2018/06/23/opinion/sunday/single-at-38-have-that-baby.html?partner=rss&emc=rss https://www.nytimes.com/2018/06/23/opinion/sunday/single-at-38-have-that-baby.html Ayumi Takahashi The hardest thing about parenting alone isn’t doing it but deciding to do it.

Single at 38? Have That Baby

The hardest thing about parenting alone isn’t doing it but deciding to do it.

(23/06/2018 @ 18:30)

The Snake Oil of the Second-Act Industry

How much would you pay to reinvent your life?

(22/06/2018 @ 22:07)

A Prophet of Doom Was Right About the Climate

Thirty years after a NASA scientist warned Congress the planet was warming, lawmakers have taken no action remotely commensurate with the threat.

(23/06/2018 @ 15:05)

Is Time Up for Turkey’s Erdogan?

The president hopes to bolster his increasingly authoritarian rule in Sunday’s elections, but economic weakness may strengthen democratic forces.

(22/06/2018 @ 23:51)

What Feelings Sound Like

Thinking about the power of music.

(23/06/2018 @ 05:42)

Offsides: The Group of Death. And Torture. And Incarceration.

How do you cheer for a country that kills its citizens?

(23/06/2018 @ 14:30)

The Perfect Soundtrack for My Grief

A Brahms symphony I love will probably forever remind me of my late friend, the conductor. And that’s O.K.

(23/06/2018 @ 00:28)

Loose Ends: How to Get Out of a Hammock

A handy guide for summer party season.

(22/06/2018 @ 23:58)

Op-Ed Columnist: Trump Arms an Adversary

Turkey’s strongman gets a U.S. boost.

(23/06/2018 @ 01:07)

Letters: Trump’s Assault on the World Order

Readers discuss an opinion essay that said we are entering “a new, terrifying era” of international relations under an America First policy.

(23/06/2018 @ 19:00)

The Best Book for 2018 Is 25 Years Old

Everyone should read “Stone Butch Blues.”

(23/06/2018 @ 18:30)

Gray Matter: Suicides Have Increased. Is This an Existential Crisis?

Sometimes people kill themselves because their lives lack meaning.

(23/06/2018 @ 18:30)

How the G.O.P. Built Donald Trump’s Cages

The cruel practice of separating families at the border started under President Trump. But his fellow Republicans paved the way.

(23/06/2018 @ 18:30)

Op-Ed Columnist: #MeToo Comes for the Archbishop

A predator “everyone” knew about, whose victims were his own priests.

(23/06/2018 @ 18:30)

The Littlest Don Quixotes Versus the World

No matter their story and immigration status, Hispanic children are taught to feel shame and guilt.

(23/06/2018 @ 18:30)

Wrap Your Mind Around a Whale

Why whales got so big, and what that tells us about evolution.

(23/06/2018 @ 18:30)

Op-Ed Columnist: Ivanka and Vodka, on the Rocks

Dear Ivanka: You can’t be a champion of women and children if you don’t champion women and children.

(23/06/2018 @ 18:30)

Op-Ed Columnist: Trump the European Nationalist Puts America Last

Vermin “infest,” not humans. Trump’s dehumanization of immigrants repudiates America’s essence.

(23/06/2018 @ 02:09)

There’s No Right Way to Be Queer

The Pride Parade’s focus on masculine white men often pushes the rest of the L.G.B.T.Q. community to the margins.

(23/06/2018 @ 01:04)

When Harsh Policy on Migrants Wins Votes

The dehumanization of immigrant families can be an effective political strategy.

(23/06/2018 @ 01:02)

The Tragedy That Changed Mexico Forever

A court ruling in the case of the 2014 disappearance of 43 students may mark a new era for the independence of Mexico’s justice system.

(23/06/2018 @ 00:45)

The Kind of Kid America Needs if We Want a World Cup

For America to achieve soccer greatness, we’ll need another, better Clint Dempsey.

(23/06/2018 @ 01:58)

The Supreme Court Takes On the Police Use of Cellphone Records

The court continues to define what privacy means in a world of ever-evolving technology.

(22/06/2018 @ 20:56)

Op-Ed Columnist: Brexit Versus Trumpit (Wonkish)

Why leaving the EU costs as much as a major trade war.

(22/06/2018 @ 22:54)

Letter: Melania Trump’s ‘Don’t Care’ Jacket

The first lady’s fashion choice, whatever the reason behind it, “was the height of insensitivity,” a reader says.

(22/06/2018 @ 18:18)

Letter: A Database to Help Reunite Migrant Families

A reader suggests that uploading photos of both parents and children could help them find one another.

(22/06/2018 @ 17:46)

Letter: Low-Skill Jobs for Men

A Pennsylvania reader writes that immigration raids have left jobs going unfilled.

(22/06/2018 @ 17:37)

Letters: Saving Biodiversity in Protected Areas

Readers stress that maintaining biodiversity should be part of the protected areas agenda.

(22/06/2018 @ 17:31)

Letters: The Koch Brothers vs. Public Transit

Readers view the Koch brothers’ opposition as a selfish effort to enrich themselves at the expense of the environment.

(22/06/2018 @ 17:31)

Letter: Double Duty at Prisons

A reader faults the belt-tightening in the federal budget that leaves staff members at federal prisons acting as guards.

(22/06/2018 @ 17:26)

The Worrisome Future of Policing Technology

The Supreme Court says a warrant is needed for data from cellphone companies. But that’s not enough. We need regulation.

(22/06/2018 @ 17:07)

Tu mejor recuerdo mundialista

Te invitamos a compartir un recuerdo significativo de tu vida relacionado con la Copa del Mundo.

(22/06/2018 @ 17:58)

There’s a Better, Cheaper Way to Handle Immigration

Someone, please tell the president: There are humane, effective alternatives to his brutal policies. And they cost less, too.

(22/06/2018 @ 16:20)

Sporting: Three Viking Claps for Iceland!

On a World Cup family adventure, we rooted with old and new friends at a Reykjavik bar for our new favorite team.

(22/06/2018 @ 14:55)

Op-Ed Columnist: A Middle-Class Manifesto

A former Clinton adviser says Democrats should go left on economic policy.

(22/06/2018 @ 12:03)

Saudi Women Can Drive Now. Will That Hurt Saudi Women?

Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s changes are aimed at making women good workers and consumers, while leaving them second-class citizens.

(22/06/2018 @ 11:47)

The Last of the Tiger Parents

My daughters might someday bring home grades that my father would have regarded as failures. If so, I embrace the decline.

(22/06/2018 @ 10:00)

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Trickle-Down Trumpsters and the Debasement of Language

Constant repetition of the lie makes truth meaningless. Say a falsehood over and over and it takes on the shape of reality.

(22/06/2018 @ 23:30)

A Peace Best Delayed

Eritrea, Ethiopia’s longtime foe, may now be the least of its problems.

(22/06/2018 @ 09:45)

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: How Britain Lost Its Power of Seduction

I find myself composing an elegy for that brief interregnum when Britain had ceased to rule but was nonetheless dazzlingly cosmopolitan.

(22/06/2018 @ 05:00)

Op-Ed Columnist: They Really Don’t Care About Migrant Families

The Trump administration multiplies malevolence with incompetence.

(22/06/2018 @ 00:06)

G.O.P. Wants Hungry Kids to Fund Tax Cuts

After raising the deficit, Republicans want stricter limits on food stamps.

(21/06/2018 @ 23:26)

Congress Doesn’t Seem to Know Its Own Strength

Complicit in their own subservience, legislators have enabled President Trump’s callous devastation of families.

(22/06/2018 @ 00:04)

How Should Europe Respond to Trump’s Bullying?

Hurling insults back at him won’t be enough.

(22/06/2018 @ 16:07)

Op-Ed Columnist: The Fourth Great Awakening

Parable-based religion has receded from the public square, replaced by heroic myth, and the competitive virtues it celebrates.

(21/06/2018 @ 23:03)

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Why Mexico Is Swinging Left

The presidential candidate Andrés Manuel López Obrador is offering struggling people hope.

(22/06/2018 @ 22:57)

Op-Ed Columnist: An Unnecessary Executive Order

Trump order new chaos.

(22/06/2018 @ 08:47)

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