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NYT Opinion 5m
Donald Trump's G.O.P. is branding itself the party of sexual harassment and abuse.
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Michael Tomasky 55m
New Column in the : What the New Kavanaugh Accusations from Blasey Ford Mean for Red-State Democrats. "All the cover" they need?
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Jonathan Chait 40m
Trump and Kavanaugh are going to be poison for the pro-life movement, argues in a striking and original column
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NYT Opinion 32m
Why does Pope Francis think trans people are 'nuclear bombs'?
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NYT Opinion 59m
I am not a Catholic, but the Holy City filled me with awe. I wonder what its leader think of me, though.
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NYT Opinion 1h
A pro-life cause that hitches itself to a party unable to win female votes will accomplish very few of its goals, warns
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NYT Opinion 2h
If the allegation of sexual assault against Brett Kavanaugh isn't wholly undermined over the coming days, abortion opponents should hope that his nomination is withdrawn, says
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NYT Opinion 2h
Imagine this hypothetical. Susan Collins and Lisa Murkowski, the two Republican senators who are under the most pressure to oppose Brett Kavanaugh, decide to do so. That takes Judge Kavanaugh down to 49 votes. Game over. Except maybe not.
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NYT Opinion 3h
Sexual misconduct is a bipartisan problem. But increasingly, the G.O.P. seems more concerned about protecting the perpetrators than the victims.
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NYT Opinion 5h
Professional forecasters have missed every recession since such records were first kept in 1970, and they downplay the likelihood of another recession anytime soon. But they are preparing to fight the last war.
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NYT Opinion 5h
In an echo of the Cultural Revolution, China is imprisoning and "re-educating" hundreds of thousands of ethnic Uighurs in Xinjiang province.
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NYT Opinion 6h
Trump's pro-right-wing Jewish settler strategy is to eliminate U.S. aid for Palestinian development, hospitals and education programs as punishment for Palestinians not negotiating on Jared Kushner’s still-undefined peace plan
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NYT Opinion 7h
The resilience of the human spirit, the stamina of dreams, the power of brotherhood: Shaquem Griffin's story, writes , has it all.
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NYT Opinion 7h
"Someone like Michael Bloomberg is likely to appeal to someone like my husband and me ... We find the extremes of both parties unpalatable."
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NYT Opinion 8h
. says Bibi Netanyahu is well on his way to going down in history as the Israeli prime minister who won every debate and lost Israel as a Jewish democracy
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NYT Opinion 8h
Trump's drooping approval numbers have left a White House with limited capacities in a political situation where it has zero margin for error, says
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NYT Opinion 9h
In the middle of a trade war he started with Beijing, President Trump has little leverage to protest human rights abuses against China's Muslim Uighur minority.
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NYT Opinion 9h
After four months of living more frugally, the unexpected consequence is that it has improved my satisfaction with life
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NYT Opinion 10h
"Those who have described Brett Kavanaugh’s alleged actions as teenage misconduct forgot to ask: How would I have described this act had it been inflicted upon my own 15-year-old daughter?"
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NYT Opinion 10h
There are growing pools of troubled debt in the $290 trillion global financial markets. Do regulators know they are there?
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