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en-us Copyright 2017 The New York Times Company Sun, 22 Oct 2017 02:54:51 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 Opinion: Black Lives Matter Is Democracy in Action https://www.nytimes.com/2017/10/21/opinion/sunday/black-lives-matter-leadership.html?partner=rss&emc=rss https://www.nytimes.com/2017/10/21/opinion/sunday/black-lives-matter-leadership.html Demonstrators in Chicago blocked an intersection during a protest in 2015 related to the killing by the police of Laquan McDonald. Joshua Lott for The New York Times A decentralized movement can be effective, even without a Martin Luther King Jr.

Opinion: Black Lives Matter Is Democracy in Action

A decentralized movement can be effective, even without a Martin Luther King Jr.

(21/10/2017 @ 20:59)

Opinion: A Male Infertility Crisis Is Coming. The Middle East Can Help.

The region has made huge progress in viewing the condition as a medical problem, not a manhood problem.

(21/10/2017 @ 20:30)

Loose Ends: Well, Actually, Frankenstein Was the Name of the Doctor

Scary facts only special people know.

(21/10/2017 @ 20:30)

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Famous Athletes Have Always Led the Way

The extraordinary are the ones who need to make things better for everyone.

(21/10/2017 @ 21:00)

Letters: Teenagers’ View of the News

We asked high school students to react to a recent Times article and got over 1,000 responses. Here are 20 of our favorites.

(22/10/2017 @ 00:53)

Op-Ed Columnist: Jimmy Carter Lusts for a Trump Posting

Puritanical Democratic former president seeks job with louche Republican current president — but just to save the world.

(21/10/2017 @ 20:30)

Op-Ed Columnist: The Democrats in Their Labyrinth

A party that will do anything to beat Trump except try to woo his voters.

(21/10/2017 @ 20:30)

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Why We Don’t Vote With Our Wallets

Company boycotts are one of the few concrete ways we have to protest unethical corporate behavior.

(21/10/2017 @ 07:03)

Opinion: To Complain Is to Truly Be Alive

Being a person is terrible. And griping about it is the purest, most soothing form of protest there is.

(21/10/2017 @ 03:47)

Paul Krugman Blog: Some Misleading Geometry on Corporate Taxes (Wonkish)

Cut profit taxes, raise wages? Not so fast.

(21/10/2017 @ 22:07)

Opinion: I Am Sorry for This Scraggly Mess on My Face

I knew my beard would turn out badly. But I had to grow it.

(21/10/2017 @ 20:36)

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Going Against the Republican Herd

Party members who reject Bannonism must stand up and be counted.

(21/10/2017 @ 20:58)

Gray Matter: How Protest Works

To have lasting impact, a social movement requires action on multiple fronts.

(21/10/2017 @ 21:05)

Editorial: Where Have All Our Heroes Gone?

Let’s get back into the habit of gathering to celebrate the exceptional among us. Who’s on your list?

(21/10/2017 @ 20:30)

Opinion: Fighting Racism Is Not Just a War of Words

Ceaseless statement-writing is sucking us dry. We need daring action.

(21/10/2017 @ 21:02)

Editorial: The Power of North Korea’s Cyberthreat

Governments tempted to close their eyes to Pyongyang’s mischief should be reminded that they’d risk being treated as accomplices.

(21/10/2017 @ 20:30)

Opinion: My Parents’ Country, in the Grip of the Shabab

This year, I felt compelled to travel to Mogadishu, the city of my father’s youth. Along the way, I saw order, puritanism, fear and villages without men.

(21/10/2017 @ 20:30)

Op-Ed Columnist: Trump Is Inspirational ... for Poetry

Here are the winners from the thousands of submissions in my Trump poetry contest.

(21/10/2017 @ 20:20)

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Designing a More Inclusive City

Keeping people out has become a defining feature of far too many public places.

(21/10/2017 @ 05:22)

Editorial: Abortion Ideologues Subvert a Woman’s Rights

With an argument as weak as it is brazen, the administration is fighting an undocumented immigrant who wants to end her pregnancy.

(21/10/2017 @ 03:27)

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Texas Pulls Up the Welcome Mat

Some have asserted that President Trump is simply continuing Obama-era immigration policies. But it sure doesn’t feel like it in Texas.

(21/10/2017 @ 03:19)

Op-Ed Contributor: The Silver Lining in Trump’s Health Care ‘Sabotage’

By cutting an insurers’ subsidy, the president may accidentally save many Americans money on health insurance.

(21/10/2017 @ 03:42)

Editorial: States Take On Election Hacking. Washington Ignores It.

The threat to the American voting process cries out for national leadership. But don’t expect help from President Trump.

(21/10/2017 @ 02:50)

Op-Ed Columnist: America’s Best University President

Robert Zimmer, head of the University of Chicago, makes the educator’s case for free speech.

(21/10/2017 @ 18:12)

Op-Ed Contributor: Chris Matthews: What Robert Kennedy Knew About Gun Control

Nearly 50 years ago, the senator called for sensible restrictions on firearms — laws we’re still largely waiting to see.

(21/10/2017 @ 01:24)

Red Century: When New York City Was the Capital of American Communism

From cooperative parties in the Bronx to the Lower East Side unions, the Big Apple was once a vibrant center for the left.

(21/10/2017 @ 00:54)

Letters: John Kelly’s Emotional Defense of Trump

Readers criticize the president’s lack of empathy and Kelly’s attack on a congresswoman. Another praises Kelly’s “courage to defend the truth.”

(20/10/2017 @ 22:46)

Letter: Radio Free Europe’s Mission

The radio’s chief executive takes issue with an Op-Ed article suggesting bias in its news broadcasts.

(20/10/2017 @ 22:27)

Letter: Britain and the Man Booker Prize

A British reader suggests that the British don’t mind if the Man Booker Prize goes to an American.

(20/10/2017 @ 22:22)

Letter: Rep. Nita Lowey: Congress and Gun Control

The New York congresswoman faults Speaker Paul D. Ryan’s approach.

(20/10/2017 @ 22:10)

Letter: Don’t Cry for Megyn Kelly

A reader says she is responsible for her own career decisions.

(20/10/2017 @ 21:51)

Opinion: Is Donald Trump Turning Liberals Into Radicals?

“The resistance” has emerged as a force in American politics. But whether or not it can work with the real left remains an open question.

(20/10/2017 @ 23:27)

Op-Ed Columnist: On the Capture of Raqqa

The Islamic State has lost the de facto capital of its self-declared caliphate.

(20/10/2017 @ 15:42)

Op-Ed Columnist: Russia, the Blizzard of Lies

Yes, all the lies are exhausting to follow. But the ones about Russia are in a special category

(20/10/2017 @ 15:08)

Op-Ed Contributor: European Populism Is Here to Stay

As long as progressives fail to address the values gap, populists will have significant influence on Europe’s political landscape.

(20/10/2017 @ 12:39)

Op-Ed Columnist: Trump’s Road to 2024

The Democratic Party has scarcely begun a serious reckoning with its defeat last year. It lives still in a coastal echo chamber of identity politics and Trump-bashing.

(21/10/2017 @ 00:38)

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: How Amazon Took Seattle’s Soul

Cities used to be tied to geography: a river, a port, the lee side of a mountain range.

(20/10/2017 @ 18:20)

Op-Ed Columnist: The Trump Administration’s Power Over a Pregnant Girl

This is what happens when men who feel entitled to control women get power.

(20/10/2017 @ 10:55)

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: The Raw Power of #MeToo

A hashtag has unleashed the suppressed pain of millions of women.

(20/10/2017 @ 02:49)

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Does Eating Right Protect You From Air Pollution?

Research suggests that a Mediterranean-like diet may safeguard the body.

(20/10/2017 @ 02:22)

Op-Ed Columnist: The Essential John McCain

The senator illustrates what it is to be an honorable citizen.

(20/10/2017 @ 01:38)

Editorial: The Self-Dealing Presidency of Donald Trump

A federal court on Wednesday heard the first-ever lawsuit to accuse a president of violating the emoluments clauses of the Constitution.

(20/10/2017 @ 01:35)

Op-Ed Columnist: Trump, Trade and Tantrums

Will Nafta get the health care treatment — death by spite?

(20/10/2017 @ 01:31)

Editorial: A Chance to Defuse the Catalonia Crisis

The leaders of Spain and Catalonia have made their point. Now it’s time to show true leadership.

(20/10/2017 @ 01:27)

Op-Ed Contributor: Lupita Nyong’o: Speaking Out About Harvey Weinstein

I don’t feel alone anymore. Let us never shut up about this.

(20/10/2017 @ 04:04)

Opinion: McKayla Maroney Says, ‘Me Too.’ What Happens Next?

When the gold medalist Dominique Moceanu blew the whistle on abuse, she was iced out of gymnastics.

(19/10/2017 @ 23:27)

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