Nicholas Kristof, The New York Times

Nicholas Kristof

The New York Times

Atlanta, GA, United States

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Recent articles by Nicholas:

Are My Friends’ Deaths Their Fault or Ours?

We need to move from pointing fingers to offering helping hands. → Read More

Who Killed the Knapp Family?

Across America, working-class people — including many of our friends — are dying of despair. And we’re still blaming the wrong people. → Read More

Trump Has a Bizarre Idea of Winning

Let’s tally up the results of his efforts with Iran. → Read More

This Has Been the Best Year Ever

For humanity over all, life just keeps getting better. → Read More

What’s Different About This Impeachment

It’s not the offense, but rather one party’s rejection of reality. → Read More

Trump to Ukraine: Such a Shame if Anything Happened to Your Nice Country

No, Trump didn’t make an explicit threat. He didn’t have to. → Read More

Trump and Election Interference, Whistle-Blower Edition

Many elements are murky, but something clearly stinks. → Read More

We’re Not the Saudis’ Mercenaries

Trump brought the crisis with Iran on himself. → Read More

These Newborn Babies Cry for Drugs, Not Milk

For some Americans, the nation’s opioid crisis starts before birth. → Read More

This Is How a War With China Could Begin

First, the lights in Taiwan go out. → Read More

In Hong Kong, Playing Tennis With Tear-Gas Grenades

HONG KONG – President Trump has called the pro-democracy protests here “riots,” and China has in effect denounced participants as terrorists. Yet even when chaos reigns during clashes with the police, protesters clean up litter from the battlefield. Medics stand by to assist those injured. Crowds part like the Red Sea to let ambulances through. Tennis players bring their rackets: When the police… → Read More

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