Special Episode: ‘An Obituary for the Land’

“I will mark my heart with an ‘X’ made of ash that says, the power to…

How the Hero of ‘Hotel Rwanda’ Fell Into a Vengeful Strongman’s Trap

Paul Rusesabagina went from the world’s most famous Rwandan to a prisoner of his political nemesis,…

No, a Black Lives Matter Co-Founder Didn’t Partner With a Pro-Communist Chinese Group

A Heritage Foundation investigation went viral on Thursday, but it conflated two nonprofits with the same…

A Deal on Drug Prices Undone by White House Insistence on ‘Trump Cards’

The White House and the pharmaceutical industry were nearing a major deal to lower drug prices.…

Facebook Tried to Limit QAnon. It Failed.

The social network tried cracking down on the spread of the conspiracy theory and other extremist…

Why Giving Food Stamps to the Rich Is Not a Terrible Idea

Every child in N.Y.C. public schools was given a $420 benefits card. The well-off should use…

Housekeepers Face a Disaster Generations in the Making

Ghosted by their employers, members of the profession are facing “a full-blown humanitarian crisis — a…

Wildfires Are Latest Risk in the Rewarding Quiet of Gold Country

California’s numerous fires are challenging the survival of some of the state’s oldest and most storied…

Ready for School to Start? For Most Students, Not So Fast.

Mayor Bill de Blasio's abrupt announcement of a phased start to in-person classes left many parents…

Opinion | New York, a City on Its Own

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