Hindu nationalists rose to electoral significance from the debris of the mosque they demolished in 1992.
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Plot Twist: In Season 2 of Trumpworld, Trump tries to restrain his crazy advisers, rather than vice versa.
He’s crisscrossing Europe because he believes it’s a bellwether for the United States. The scary thing is he could be right.
How the rest of the country can follow them.
Faith, like feminism, sets high expectations for husbands.
Is a city still a city if urban living is a luxury good?
How a war in the Middle East would wreck Trump’s grand strategy.
Warmer weather brings daffodils, rhubarb at the farmer’s market — and, for some, despair.
Someone will have to call our landlines to tell us it’s ours now.
Will kids still do what they like when it won’t help them get into college?
Bigotry thrives in vagueness. It can be cowardly with double meanings.
The city still hasn’t passed a bill mandating disclosure of the use of new surveillance technologies.
And Yemenis are paying the price.
We know that. But the “privacy paradox” means we still act like we are.
The woman behind a pernicious and racist myth didn’t represent anyone or anything but her own striking criminal enterprise.
Nonprofits should not allow themselves to be used by the wealthy to scrub their consciences.
Social media needs reform. No one should be able to broadcast mass murder.
The fake quality-control data, bird infestations and toxic impurities at the overseas plants that could be making your medication.
The women in my family became mothers early. It took me longer to understand my own mind.
An Irish-American story about how we choose the history we hand down.