Sweeping decisions that change how society operates should be made by the legislative branch, not unelected bureaucrats.
Three very different answers to one question
Surveying the divide as America marked a fraught anniversary
As a long decline in murder rates reverses, proponents of draconian law enforcement shouldn’t be allowed to monopolize the discussion.
The one common denominator: frustration.
Are precautions still needed as endemicity seems to come into view?
Plus: The debate over experimental COVID-19 treatments, and the case for allowing journalists into hospitals
Readers weigh in on eating habits, politics, and morality.
Plus: Write in with your most controversial culinary opinions.
In San Francisco and elsewhere in California, the red tape that prevented dining alfresco before the pandemic is starting to grow back.
Readers share their perspectives.
Searching for nuance at a pivotal moment in the abortion debate
Join a thoughtful new dialogue on controversies around COVID, incarceration, and more
Let’s converse here, instead of on social media.
Instead of using his acquittal to promote vigorous discussion, many administrators sent out statements decrying the verdict.
Journalists need to get out more.
New guidelines urge doctors to talk like social-justice ideologues. Whether patients understand them is beside the point.
The Florida governor is flawed, but within normal parameters. The former president poses a unique threat.
A bizarre controversy over a party invitation exposes choices typically made behind closed doors at an elite school.
The culture war over vaccination would be less dire if the two sides understood their similarities.