Plus: Attacks against Ketanji Brown Jackson, and the scholar-snitch problem.
Readers share insights and lessons from across the aisle.
How to punish the aggressor and support Ukraine while minimizing unintended damage
Scolding is counterproductive, but other steps will offer protection even as millions of Americans move on from the pandemic.
Plus: an argument against Trump 2024, and where the daylight-saving-time debate goes from here.
Some readers say it’s a moral imperative; others say there’s no way to buy oil with a clean conscience.
Plus: The new push to price-gouge prisoners.
It’s hardly clear that more aggressive content moderation would save lives.
Readers fret over the fate of Ukrainians—and the dangers of escalation.
Plus: The case for still pivoting to Asia
Plus: Canadians weigh in on Americans’ criticism.
Plus: Putin’s display of strength might be an admission of weakness.
Opposites still attract, but is it harder for them to meet—and stay together?
Plus: Should we breed octopuses for intelligence?
Readers’ views on free speech and safeguarding public health
Are provisions meant to keep firearms off the streets too unjust to enforce?
Plus: A claim that the 1990s was the last true decade
Students lose out when the language police ignore the distinction between using offensive words and discussing them.
Readers suggest that simply continuing—or ending—it are not the only options.
Plus: The future of affirmative action