Nicholas Kristof, Salt Lake Tribune

Nicholas Kristof

Salt Lake Tribune

Atlanta, GA, United States

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  • Salt Lake Tribune
  • The New York Times
  • The Fresno Bee
  • The Age
  • mySA

Past articles by Nicholas:

Nicholas Kristof: The biggest threat to America is America itself

Nicholas Kristof writes that the United States cannot achieve its potential when so many Americans are falling short of theirs. → Read More

Opinion | The Biggest Threat to America Is America Itself

The big problem isn't Russia or China, it's creeping mediocrity. → Read More

Nicholas Kristof: A 14-year-old bride, wed to her rapist, playing on a jungle gym

Nicholas Kristof writes that Americans sometimes speak out against child marriage in other nations. Well, it happens here, too. → Read More

Opinion | Are Vets and Pharmacists Showing How to Make Careers Work for Moms?

The big problem for professional women isn’t old-fashioned discrimination. It’s bigger than that — but there is a way forward. → Read More

Opinion | Turning Child Care Into a New Cold War

Republicans talk a good game about families. And then stiff them. → Read More

‘If You Would Go Out on a Limb for Us, It Might Just Save Our Lives’

Many Americans may never fully recover from the pandemic even if they didn’t contract the coronavirus. → Read More

If Only There Were a Viral Video of Our Jim Crow Education System

The George Floyd case may represent a milestone of progress in criminal justice. But can we expand this recognition of unfairness and inequity to other spheres? → Read More

Opinion | The ‘Unshakable’ Bonds of Friendship With Israel Are Shaking

Israel might 'win' in Gaza, and lose America. → Read More

Opinion | What We Can Learn From Fearless Girls

Afghanistan shows that change comes through teachers as well as troops. → Read More

Opinion | What Your Taxes Are Paying For in Israel

American taxpayers don’t have much influence over Hamas, but they do have influence over Israel. → Read More

Opinion | Remember the Homeless Chess Champion? The Boy Is Now a Chess Master.

A soaring chess prodigy is a reminder: Talent is universal, but opportunity is not. → Read More

Opinion | Roosevelt Transformed America. Biden Could, Too.

My hometown in Oregon shows what the federal government can do — and also what happens when it stops trying. → Read More

Opinion | The Anguish of the World’s Doctor

Dr. Tedros of the W.H.O. publicly focuses on managing the pandemic. Privately, he weeps as his Tigrayan people are raped, starved and slaughtered. → Read More

Opinion | Lessons for America From a Weird Portland

Soaring rhetoric about justice is fine. But what matters more is keeping people safe and picking up the garbage. → Read More

Opinion | Here’s How to Handle the ‘Genocide Olympics’ in Beijing

The Olympiad gives us leverage. Let’s use it. → Read More

Opinion | How Do We Stop the Parade of Gun Deaths?

A first step: Biden should act urgently against untraceable “ghost guns.” → Read More

Opinion | Biden Plots a Revolution for America’s Children

National pre-K and affordable day care don’t have to be a dream. → Read More

Opinion | Progressive Christians Arise! Hallelujah!

With a churchgoing Democrat in the White House, faith becomes more complicated in America. Thank God. → Read More

Opinion | What Can Biden’s Plan Do for Poverty? Look to Bangladesh.

As that nation turns 50, its surprising success offers lessons about investing in the most marginalized. → Read More

Opinion | President Biden Lets a Saudi Murderer Walk

The crown prince killed my friend Jamal Khashoggi, and we do next to nothing. → Read More