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opinion

A Long Road to Hope

Acknowledging years of oppression and then suggesting we simply move on is as offensive as remaining silently complicit. NARROWSBURG, N.Y. ...

A Hard Conversation for the Latino Community

Racism is deeply rooted in America’s social system, putting Afro-Latinos at a constant disadvantage. MIAMI — Every weeknight, I sit ...

Why Does Trump Put Russia First?

It’s exceedingly difficult to believe that no one told the president about the intelligence on Russian efforts to harm Americans ...

What if We Could Have Meat Without Murder?

We can, if we can agree that it doesn’t need to come from the body of an animal. What is ...

Trump’s Re-election Message Is White Grievance

Republicans in D.C. just pretend not to see it. A lot of Republicans are acting puzzled about Donald Trump’s re-election ...

Seriously, Just Wear Your Mask

This is not complicated, folks. Wear a mask. Seriously, just wear one. Almost any mask will do, really. N95, surgical, ...

business

How Berkshire Hathaway May Have Been Snookered in Germany

FRANKFURT — Only a few weeks after Berkshire Hathaway bought what looked like an upstanding example of German engineering prowess, ...

What Hong Kong’s Pandemic Experience Taught Uber About Other Cities

The city was among the first to close and among the first to reopen. But Uber’s lessons there could be ...

Is the Five-Day Office Week Over?

The pandemic has shown employees and employers alike that there’s value in working from home — at least, some of ...

Goodbye to the Wild Wild Web

The internet is changing, and the freewheeling, anything-goes culture of social media is being replaced by something more accountable. It ...

culture

‘Jaws’ Is Still Devouring Us. SOS!

In 1975, this thriller freaked out the world, scaring us out of the water and creating the summer-blockbuster template. It ...

Masks On in a Near-Empty Hall: Germany’s Theaters Return

Playhouses are finding ways to keep drama going, despite coronavirus restrictions. MUNICH — After months of darkened stages and hundreds ...

She Ate and Ate, and Never Felt Satisfied

EMPTYA MemoirBy Susan Burton A memoirist is asked the same few questions over and over. One that comes up surprisingly ...

Steve Inskeep Is Drawn to Books With Nuanced Female Characters

“Years ago I read everything by Hemingway and Raymond Carver,” says the co-host of NPR’s “Morning Edition” and author, most ...

In Defense of My Emu Tattoo

Only twice have I felt a connection so strong that self-consciousness fell away. The first time was with an emu. ...

I’ve Protested for Racial Justice. Do I Have to Post on Social Media?

I am a white college student trying to be a better racial-justice advocate in the wake of George Floyd’s death. ...

sports

Gerardo Parra Hopes ‘Baby Shark’ Magic Can Bring a Title in Japan, Too

“It brings energy, and we need that to help make a championship team here,” Parra, the former Nationals player, said ...

properties

House Hunting in Ireland: A Lakeside Victorian Mansion for $2.6 Million

The country’s robust post-recession recovery slowed in 2019, but locals are optimistic that it can recover again after the pandemic. ...

Your Décor Is Ready for Checkout

The pandemic is pushing interior design consultations (and furniture sales) online, but companies were heading there anyway. This article is ...

How to Create an Outdoor Room

If you’re lucky enough to have some outdoor space, don’t let it go to waste. Here’s how to make the ...

health

The Great Wonders Beyond the Great Reef

What lies off Australia’s Great Barrier Reef, in the Coral Sea? The region was mostly unexplored and uncharted until a ...

front

Trump’s New Russia Problem: Unread Intelligence and Missing Strategy

High-level clearance is not required to see that the list of Russian aggressions in recent weeks rivals some of the ...

As Domestic Abuse Rises, U.K. Failings Leave Victims in Peril

LONDON — The British government, after failing to heed early warnings that domestic abuse would soar during the coronavirus lockdown, ...

Duchess Goldblatt Is a Riddle, Wrapped in a Mystery, Inside a Twitter Account

“Becoming Duchess Goldblatt” is a memoir by the writer behind a beloved fictional character whose fans include Lyle Lovett and ...

Trump’s Virus Is Spreading, and His Economy Is Stalling

The president leads a transition to sickness. Just over two weeks ago The Wall Street Journal published an opinion piece ...

travel

Swimming With the Sea Lions of Los Islotes

At the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, with travel restrictions in place worldwide, we launched a new series — The ...

pagetwo

Angela Madsen, Paralympian Rower, Dies on Solo Pacific Voyage at 60

With her legs paralyzed, she found freedom rowing across oceans. “It’s hopeless, it’s majestic, it’s exhilarating,” she said. Angela Madsen ...

world

As China Strengthens Grip on Hong Kong, Taiwan Sees a Threat

The sweeping new security law in Hong Kong has further eroded what little support there was in Taiwan for unifying ...

Turmoil at Funeral of Singer Shows Ethiopia’s ‘Combustible’ Politics

At least 81 people have been killed and dozens injured in the unrest that followed the killing of Hachalu Hundessa, ...

Australia Thought the Virus Was Under Control. It Found a Vulnerable Spot.

The authorities have locked down 300,000 people in areas around Melbourne heavily populated by immigrants, reinforcing the coronavirus’s outsized impact ...

Why June Was Such a Terrible Month for Trump

Last month represented the political nadir of President Trump’s three and a half years in office, thanks to self-inflicted wounds ...