Martin Luther King Jr. courageously spoke out about the Vietnam War. We must do the same when it comes to this grave injustice of our time.
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Renewed conflict in Kashmir is killing and blinding the young as politicians remain unwilling to find a just resolution to the old dispute.
She thought she was protecting her children by not telling us her harrowing tale of fleeing China.
Are they blinded by their political passions? Or are they just intellectually lazy?
In an instant, I didn’t know if I’d get to see my daughter turn 6.
The American president has changed my relationship with both my old country and my new one.
The Victorian novelists understood the problem before we did.
‘I would like 50-year-old women to stop sending me photos of their bottoms and breasts,’ a French writer pleaded.
What energized Democratic women really, really want: Trump out.
You can talk to me for five minutes while I’m walking to my car.
Many Americans would welcome some traits of the island’s free, universal health care system.
With Brexit, the chumocrats who drew borders from India to Ireland are getting a taste of their own medicine.
The nominee to be attorney general has backed some of the president’s worst impulses on the Russia inquiry.
After my father died, I decided the best way to grieve was with a camera.
Crises — real and imaginary — loosen normal constitutional constraints.
The Assembly speaker hopes the courts will let lawmakers keep a pay raise and lose limits on outside income.
Many of us have learned that happiness is a skill and a choice.
No single individual is to blame for the reality of New York’s subway.
For many Asian-Americans, the phrase belongs to the wonderful world of white people we see in the movies and on television.
My client knew she was dying. She helped me figure how to live.