Opinion | Ruth Bader Ginsburg Knew What to Do With Her Time

But she also knew something about the unreliability of happy endings.

Opinion | What the Fall and Winter of the Pandemic Will Look Like

The coronavirus isn’t going away, but a vaccine is coming and so is an election.

Opinion | Flames That Won’t Die Out So Easily

Conspiracy theories about antifa arson are a symptom of a deeper unraveling, and a sign of…

Opinion | Hi, There. Want to Triple Voter Turnout?

Campaign volunteers go door to door to rouse voters on Election Day. Now some stay outside…

Opinion | The Pandemic, From the Virus’s Point of View

The career of the coronavirus so far is, in Darwinian terms, a great success story.

Opinion | Gen X, Right-Wing Bastion?

What it means that my generation is the future of the G.O.P.

Opinion | New York, a City on Its Own

The city has been failed by the federal government — and by leaders closer to home.

Opinion | Trump’s Middle East Deal Is Good. But Not That Good.

The normalization of relations between Israel and two Arab states is a welcome development. There’s still…

Opinion | Whose America Is It?

“Apocalyptic terms” have taken over the 2020 election, with potentially dangerous implications.

Opinion | The Most Powerful Man in the World Thinks My Family Is ‘Less Than’

The fight for equality isn’t over, and can most definitely still be lost.