Nicholas Kristof, The New York Times

Nicholas Kristof

The New York Times

Atlanta, GA, United States

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  • The Fresno Bee
  • The Age
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Recent articles by Nicholas:

Seattle Has Figured Out How to End the War on Drugs

While other cities are jailing drug users, Seattle has found another way. → Read More

A Better Address Can Change a Child’s Future

A low-cost experiment in Seattle is breaking the cycle of poverty. → Read More

The Mueller Hearings and the Stench in Washington

Some House members seemed more loyal to party than to country. → Read More

The G.O.P. Is Now a Personality Cult

The party no longer stands for much of anything. → Read More

Opinion | Racist to the Bone

Trump’s hate is evident from his jawbones down to his thumbs and little toes. → Read More

Stop the Knee-Jerk Liberalism That Hurts Its Own Cause

We liberals need to watch our blind spots. → Read More

Why I Was Wrong About Elizabeth Warren

And her growing popularity suggests others are coming around, too. → Read More

Trump Plays Chicken With the Ayatollah

The United States and Iran remain on a collision path. Here’s what President Trump should do. → Read More

This Teenager Knows a Secret to Slowing Guatemalan Migration

Lesly Cano Gómez once thought she could never make a life in her village. But her outlook changed. → Read More

‘Food Doesn’t Grow Here Anymore. That’s Why I Would Send My Son North.’

A stark choice for some Guatemalans: watch crops wither, and maybe die with them, or migrate. → Read More

It’s Taken 5 Decades to Get the Ph.D. Her Abusive Professor Denied Her

In 1967, a dream was derailed. But it never died. → Read More

‘If I Had Stayed in Venezuela, We Would Have Starved’

Venezuelans who fled to Colombia tell of harsh conditions, including the absence of food, electricity and hospitals with basic supplies. → Read More

Even After a Trade Deal, Be Wary of China

When an agreement is reached, President Trump may hail it as a triumph. But other big problems need attention. → Read More

The $70,000-a-Year Minimum Wage

A small Seattle company shows that capitalism can have a heart. → Read More

A Dummy’s Guide to Democratic Policy Proposals

Democrats are offering up a litany of exciting big ideas. Let’s take a look. → Read More

New Zealand’s Dealing With Its Gun Problem. When Will We?

Other nations’ leaders learn from experience. But Congress and President Trump refuse to act. → Read More

This 8-Year-Old Chess Champion Will Make You Smile

Overcoming life’s basic truth: Talent is universal, but opportunity is not. → Read More

‘An Angel From God,’ and Border Agents Took Her

Trump’s cruel separation of immigrant families continued after he declared he was ending the practice. → Read More

We Will Survive. Probably.

American democracy is too resilient for Trump to destroy. → Read More

Jared and the Saudi Crown Prince Go Nuclear?

There are too many unanswered questions about the White House’s role in advancing Saudi ambitions. → Read More