From comic and T.V. host W. Kamau Bell: If there was ever a time that we all should take a trip to the other parts of America and spend some time to get to know the people there, it is now.
From comic and TV host W Kamau Bell If there was ever

Opinion | Expand Your World, Go to the Beach in Alabama

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Donald J. Trump has changed the terms and the tenor of the presidency. He makes a proud and almost ceaseless mockery of the qualities that we try to instill in children: humility, honesty, magnanimity, generosity. By Frank Bruni.
Donald J Trump has changed the terms and the tenor of the

Opinion | Donald Trump’s One Awful Accomplishment

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Already, one Woodward, one Bernstein and zero Kardashians have R.S.V.P.’d to the White House Correspondents' Association dinner. [ Nyti.ms Link ]
Already one Woodward one Bernstein and zero Kardashians have RSVPd to the
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It’s only been 100 days. Give Donald J. Trump time, they say.

Susan Chira talks with men who find hope in their new president.
It’s only been 100 days Give Donald J Trump time they say

Opinion | These Guys Really Like Trump

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It's time to say something good about Donald J. Trump.
It's time to say something good about Donald J Trump

Opinion | The Upside to the Presidential Twitter Feed

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David Donchek
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David Dallaire
In South Los Angeles, there is calm, an uneasy one given the ever-present threat of gun violence and rumors of immigration roundups and raids.
In South Los Angeles there is calm an uneasy one given the

Opinion | South L.A. Revisited, 25 Years After the Rodney King Riots

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Ricardo Alegria
"We cannot run from history, nor should we try. But as Americans we should not celebrate intolerance, division and hate."
We cannot run from history nor should we try But as Americans

Opinion | Good Riddance to Confederate Monuments

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Carl E. Davis
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Repeatedly doing something we suck at — no matter how trivial — might make us a bit more sympathetic to how hard so many things really are.

Do you suck at something? Read this essay and share your own stories in the comments.
Repeatedly doing something we suck at no matter how trivial might make

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Appreciating what the Fresh Air Fund does for low-income city kids.
Appreciating what the Fresh Air Fund does for lowincome city kids

Opinion | Diving Into Summer With the Fresh Air Fund

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Jill Snow
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"Of course scientists don't yet understand the full consequences of climate change. Using that as a justification for inaction is foolish," says Teasel in a comment on
Bret Stephens's column, "Climate of Complete Certainty." [ Nyti.ms Link ]
Of course scientists dont yet understand the full consequences of climate change
Leah Pressman
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Jane Penfield
We asked readers how Trump's first 100 days had changed them. Among the replies:
"I shifted from clicktivism to real activism."
"I plan to run for office."
"I do not have to fear becoming a criminal for owning my guns because Trump is a life member of the NRA."
"I went and got an IUD I didn’t need because I now sincerely fear access to birth control."
We asked readers how Trump's first 100 days had changed them Among the replies:

Opinion | How Trump’s First 100 Days Have Changed You

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Gordon M. Bloem
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Matt Sorrell
Donald J. Trump's administration could play as comedy, if not for its vast capacity to harm the vulnerable.
Donald J Trumps administration could play as comedy if not for its

Opinion | 100 Days of Noise From Donald Trump

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Sheridan Jones
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Ron Offenkrantz
The main problem with Donald J. Trump's presidency has been his incompetence rather than his authoritarian tendencies — at least so far.
The main problem with Donald J Trumps presidency has been his incompetence

Opinion | Mr. Trump Goes to Washington

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Benjamin Netanyahu - בנימין נתניהו has shown an increasingly illiberal pattern of treating critics of Israel’s occupation of Palestinian lands — domestic and foreign — as enemies.
Benjamin Netanyahu בנימין נתניהו has shown an increasingly illiberal pattern of

Opinion | Israel Sees Critics as Enemies

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Elias Bucher
As early as 1966, Lyndon Johnson was looking for a way out of the Vietnam War.
As early as 1966 Lyndon Johnson was looking for a way out of the Vietnam War

Opinion | The Birth of ‘Vietnamization’

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Chris Leonard
As I read through your examples of President Trump’s flip-flops across a whole range of issues, the comedy turned to terror.

--MICHAEL FRISCH, Letter to the Editor
As I read through your examples of President Trumps flipflops across a

Trump’s Flip-Flops and the Dangers They Pose

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Aristea Roe
Donald J. Trump is susceptible to people who want to manipulate him, writes syfredrick in a comment on Paul Krugman's column, "Living in the Trump Zone." [ Nyti.ms Link ]
Donald J Trump is susceptible to people who want to manipulate him
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Jeffrey Fournier
From George Takei: "The horror of the internment lay in the racial animus the government itself propagated."
From George Takei The horror of the internment lay in the racial

Opinion | George Takei: Internment, America’s Great Mistake

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"For our children’s sake, we had better wake up and change course soon."
--WILLIAM L. BAIN, Letter to the Editor
"For our children’s sake we had better wake up and change course soon"

Opinion | A Stark Warning on Climate

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