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Grave Shortages of Protective Gear Flare Again as Covid Cases Surge

Five months into the pandemic, the U.S. still hasn’t solved the problem. The dearth of supplies is affecting a broad ...

Accusations of Serial Rape Push Egypt Toward a Reckoning

In a country where women are often blamed when they are sexually assaulted, the arrest of an Egyptian student has ...

It’s Christo’s Final Show. But Is It the Last We’ll See of Him?

The artist, who died in May, had planned to wrap the Arc de Triomphe in Paris. The project is delayed, ...

I No Longer Believe in a Jewish State

For decades I argued for separation between Israelis and Palestinians. Now, I can imagine a Jewish home in an equal ...

culture

Don’t Call Him Machine Gun Kelly

A few days before Los Angeles announced a shelter-in-place order in March, Colson Baker, who raps under the name Machine ...

Students’ Calls to Remove a Mural Were Answered. Now Comes a Lawsuit.

An alumnus has filed a suit to save a fresco at the University of Kentucky that depicts enslaved people; a ...

Cherokee Women Aim for a Better Life in ‘Crooked Hallelujah’

Cans of Aqua Net. Screen doors that flap. Ford Pintos. Wood-grained contact paper on toilet lids. Cheap Zebco fishing reels. ...

sports

The Anthem Debate Is Back. But Now It’s Standing That’s Polarizing.

A strange thing happened while most professional sports were away, shuttered by the coronavirus. The stand-or-kneel debate, sparked by Colin ...

travel

Think of Kimchi as a Verb

You can make these quick versions out of just about anything, including tomatoes and fennel. In 1904, the Japanese military ...

How Do You Define Rosé?

Certain categories of wine must be approached on tiptoe, as opinions surrounding them will be tenaciously defended, even if their ...

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Anders Ericsson, Psychologist and ‘Expert on Experts,’ Dies at 72

His research helped inspire “Outliers,” Malcolm Gladwell’s best-selling book on the keys to excelling. Anders Ericsson, a cognitive psychologist who ...

opinion

Everyone’s an Antiracist. Now What?

The new unbridled enthusiasm for the cause of Black lives reminds me of the Dr. Seuss fable “Horton Hears a ...

Borders Won’t Protect Your Country From Coronavirus

Rich nations need to help poor ones now. It’s morally right — and in everyone’s self-interest. The coronavirus has hit ...

The Roberts Court Curtails Birth Control Access. Again.

Justices rule that employers can stand between female workers and their health care. Well, that didn’t take long. Only days ...

The Real Horror of ‘Jaws’ Isn’t the Shark

It’s the leader who initially values capitalism over saving lives. Looking back, I can see it was the definition of ...

Biden Should Not Debate Trump Unless …

Here are two conditions the Democrat should set. I worry about Joe Biden debating Donald Trump. He should do it ...

(Let Us Out of This Clause)

At last, I had seen the true absurd hopelessness of things, laid out in flawless prose. A few years ago ...

health

The Pandemic May Spare Us From Another Plague: Bedbugs

Given the drastic pandemic-induced reductions in travel, the chances of bringing home these uninvited guests have been greatly curtailed. This ...

How We Get Stronger

Weight training prompts changes in the nervous system that prime the muscles to get bigger and stronger. When we start ...

What to Say When People Tell You Their Coronavirus Fears

What to Say When People Tell You Their Coronavirus Fears The coronavirus won’t be going anywhere for a long time ...

business

Robinhood Has Lured Young Traders, Sometimes With Devastating Results

Its users buy and sell the riskiest financial products and do so more frequently than customers at other retail brokerage ...

What Counts as a Streaming Hit? A Start-Up May Have Answers

Unlike Nielsen, which measure audience size, Parrot Analytics says it can track viewer enthusiasm. That’s more important to subscription services. ...

Facebook’s Decisions Were ‘Setbacks for Civil Rights,’ Audit Finds

An independent audit faulted the social network for allowing hate speech and disinformation to thrive — potentially posing a threat ...

Disney World Draws Excitement and Incredulity as Reopening Nears

The mega-resort will welcome back visitors on Saturday even as coronavirus cases in Florida remain high. In doing so, Disney ...

world

China’s Leash on Hong Kong Tightens, Choking a Broadcaster

RTHK, a government-funded news organization, has a fierce independent streak that has long angered the authorities. HONG KONG — Hong ...

Macron’s New Cabinet Stirs Ire of French Feminists

The new interior minister and head of national police has been accused of rape in the past, and the justice ...

Churches Were Eager to Reopen. Now They Are a Major Source of Coronavirus Cases.

The virus has infiltrated Sunday services, church meetings and youth camps. More than 650 cases have been linked to reopened ...

They Can’t Stomach Trump. They’re Sufficiently Comfortable With Biden.

Some voters who disliked both nominees in 2016 chose a third-party candidate instead. Now, many of them are shunning President ...

A Woman Without a Country: Adopted at Birth and Deportable at 30

BETHEL, Alaska — When Rebecca Trimble was a little girl, she wore red, white and blue to Independence Day parades. ...