Politics

How ‘History and Tradition’ Rulings Are Changing American Law

In November 2022, a group of L.G.B.T.Q. students at West Texas A&M University started planning a drag show for the…

Is It Wrong for Public School Principals to Send Their Kids to Private School?

The magazine’s Ethicist columnist on double standards — and possible hypocrisy — among educators.

Donald Trump Has Never Sounded Like This

It was Super Tuesdayat Mar-a-Lago, and the people — his people — were feeling good. They had arrived around sundown,…

Anne Hathaway Is Done Trying to Please

This is the debut of The Interview, The New York Times’s new weekly series, featuring in-depth conversations with fascinating people.…

Yair Lapid Says the World Misunderstands Israel

This is the debut of The Interview, The New York Times’s new weekly series, featuring in-depth conversations with fascinating people.…

Let This Breakfast Change Your Life

A simple miso-roasted salmon, part of a traditional Japanese way to start the day, is both sustenance and self-care.

Why Indoor Soccer is the Beautiful Game at Its Best

In its flamboyance and entertainment factor, it embodies the spirit of street soccer, the real roots of the game.

How Do We Know What Animals Are Really Feeling?

What makes a desert tortoise happy? Before you answer, we should be more specific: We’re talking about a Sonoran desert…

I’m Pregnant, and My Husband Says We Can’t Tell Anyone About the Donor Egg

The magazine’s Ethicist columnist on whether to honor a spouse’s seemingly irrational request about privacy and assisted reproduction.

Loving Him Meant Facing My Greatest Fear

In the studio, filled with light, I watch my boyfriend, the artist and choreographer Matty Davis, as he dances beside…

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