The New York Times

Iran Protests Continue Despite Heavy Crackdowns

The protests that have shaken Iran for nearly two weeks have continued in at many cities, including the capital, Tehran, even as the government expands its crackdown to detain not just protesters on the ...

Added September 30, 2022

These 12 College Students Don’t Like the System They’re In

Twelve college students spoke with Times Opinion about affirmative action, free speech, ideological diversity on campus and more.

Added September 30, 2022

Blast at Education Center in Kabul Kills at Least 19

KABUL, Afghanistan — A suicide attack on Friday at an educational center in Afghanistan’s capital killed at least 19 people, mostly young female students, adding to fears among many Afghans, particularly ...

Added September 30, 2022

Why China’s Crimes in Xinjiang Cannot Go Unpunished

For years, China denied committing human rights violations in Xinjiang, denounced its accusers and tried to block a United Nations investigation. Now we know why.

Added September 30, 2022

These 12 College Students Don’t Like The System They’re In

Twelve college students spoke with Times Opinion about affirmative action, free speech, ideological diversity on campus and more.

Added September 30, 2022

Are You of Middle Eastern or North African Descent?

If so, we want to hear about how you think about your racial and ethnic identity, at a time when the U.S. Census counts Middle Eastern and North African people as white.

Added September 29, 2022

In a Reversal, New York City Tightens Admissions to Some Top Schools

New York City’s selective middle schools can once again use grades and test scores to choose which students to admit, the school chancellor, David C. Banks, announced on Thursday, rolling back a pandemic ...

Added September 29, 2022

Guess Who’s Coming to Mordor

Emilia Clarke does not have purple eyes. Her character in HBO’s “Game of Thrones,” Daenerys Targaryen, is described in the source novel by George R.R. Martin as having “violet” eyes, a distinctive feature ...

Added September 29, 2022

5 Tastes of Asia

Five photographers with deep connections to India, Japan, Korea, Singapore and Thailand share one of their region’s signature dishes.

Added September 29, 2022

Dating Is Broken. Going Retro Could Fix It.

Among the traditional rites of an All-American high school experience is the taking — and judging — of yearbook photos, and in this my all-girls Orthodox Jewish school was no exception. Our dialogue as ...

Added September 29, 2022

Tastes of Asia

Five photographers with deep connections to India, Japan, Korea, Singapore and Thailand share one of their region’s signature dishes.

Added September 29, 2022

Is Liberal Democracy Dying?

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Added September 28, 2022

What’s the Key to Understanding Donald J. Trump? Start With Queens.

Donald Trump is too much with us. We are stalled, rubbernecking the endless carnage of his road rage. There have been far too many books about him, with far too many “revelations.” After a while, the revelations ...

Added September 28, 2022

Tensions in Iran Spill Across the Border Into Iraq

As security forces in Iran move to curb protests that have embroiled cities across the country for more than a week, the repercussions are being felt in neighboring Iraq, where Tehran has been attacking ...

Added September 28, 2022

An Iranian Uprising Led by Women

Mahsa Amini, 22, traveled from her hometown in the province of Kurdistan to the Iranian capital, Tehran, this month. Emerging from the subway, she was arrested for failing to cover her hair modestly enough ...

Added September 28, 2022

Whoopi Goldberg Will Not Shut Up, Thank You Very Much

On a recent summer afternoon, Whoopi Goldberg led me to her backyard so I could see her plants. Goldberg, a native New Yorker, lives in New Jersey, in a gated community previously inhabited by Thomas Edison ...

Added September 28, 2022

An Iranian Uprising Led By Women

Mahsa Amini, 22, traveled from her hometown in the province of Kurdistan to the Iranian capital, Tehran, this month. Emerging from the subway, she was arrested for failing to cover her hair modestly enough ...

Added September 28, 2022

An Uprising Led by Women Shakes Iran

Mahsa Amini, 22, traveled from her hometown in the province of Kurdistan to the Iranian capital, Tehran, this month. Emerging from the subway, she was arrested for failing to cover her hair modestly enough ...

Added September 28, 2022

Whoopi Goldberg Will Not Shut Up Thank You Very Much

On a recent summer afternoon, Whoopi Goldberg led me to her backyard so I could see her plants. Goldberg, a native New Yorker, lives in New Jersey, in a gated community previously inhabited by Thomas Edison ...

Added September 28, 2022

As Russians Flee, Some Find Draft Notices Waiting at the Border

KYIV, Ukraine — The Kremlin has dispatched still more forces to shore up its faltering war effort, but the units are headed not to Ukraine but to Russia’s borders with other countries, where on Tuesday ...

Added September 28, 2022

Bring On the Women’s Revolutions

Wouldn’t it be fitting if the regimes in Moscow and Tehran — the first defined by a cult of its leader’s machismo, the second by its systemic misogyny — were brought down by protests inspired and led by ...

Added September 27, 2022

Iran Strikes Kurdish Opposition Groups in Northern Iraq

Iranian forces unleashed drone and artillery attacks on the Kurdistan region of northern Iraq on Monday, targeting what Tehran said were bases of militant Iranian Kurdish separatist groups there, according ...

Added September 27, 2022

Kenyan Lawyer on Trial at International Criminal Court Is Found Dead

NAIROBI, Kenya — A Kenyan lawyer on trial at the International Criminal Court on charges of witness tampering in a case linked to President William Ruto was found dead at his home in a suburb of the capital ...

Added September 27, 2022

Russia’s draft is targeting Crimean Tatars and other marginalized groups, according to activists.

KYIV, Ukraine — In the Soviet Union, they were stigmatized as disloyal and driven into a decades-long exile far from their native land.

Added September 27, 2022

Therapy for People Who Can’t Go to Therapy

The way Americans receive mental health care has never changed as quickly as it has since the spring of 2020. When the Covid pandemic forced so many of us into our homes and onto Zoom, psychiatrists, psychotherapists ...

Added September 27, 2022