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NICHOLAS KRISTOF

Nicholas Kristof writes a column for the New York Times. Contact Kristof at Facebook.com/Kristof, Twitter.com /NickKristof or by mail at The New York Times, 620 Eighth Ave., New York, NY 10018.

Articles by NICHOLAS KRISTOF

Commentary: Missing Obama already Commentary: Missing Obama already
3 days ago - - NICHOLAS KRISTOF
Barack Obama’s legacy was being systematically unraveled even before he left office, with The Wall Street Journal scoffing that he “has been a historic president but perhaps not a consequential one.” [Read More]
Commentary: Trump and the Kremlin Commentary: Trump and the Kremlin
6 days ago - - NICHOLAS KRISTOF
Humor writer Andy Borowitz recently joked that Donald Trump had been named the Kremlin’s “employee of the month.” I giggled at that, and then winced. It’s painful even to joke about. [Read More]
Commentary: The GOP health care hoax Commentary: The GOP health care hoax
2 weeks ago - - NICHOLAS KRISTOF
This week, President-elect Donald Trump and congressional Republicans began to dismantle Obamacare, and here are the details of their replacement plan: [Read More]
Commentary: Learning lessons from our failures Commentary: Learning lessons from our failures
3 weeks ago - - NICHOLAS KRISTOF
The last year has not been the news media’s finest. Despite some outstanding coverage, overall we misled many people into thinking that Donald Trump would never win the Republican nomination, let alone the White House. [Read More]
Commentary: Trump - the Russian poodle Commentary: Trump - the Russian poodle
5 weeks ago - - NICHOLAS KRISTOF
In 1972, President Richard Nixon’s White House dispatched burglars to bug Democratic Party offices. That Watergate burglary and related “dirty tricks” nauseated Americans. [Read More]
Commentary: The dangers of echo chambers Commentary: The dangers of echo chambers
6 weeks ago - - NICHOLAS KRISTOF
After Donald Trump’s election, some universities echoed with primal howls. Faculty members canceled classes for weeping, terrified students who asked: How could this possibly be happening? [Read More]
Commentary: Identity politics and a dad's loss Commentary: Identity politics and a dad's loss
6 weeks ago - - NICHOLAS KRISTOF
This fall I sat down in Tulsa, Okla., with a black pastor whose unarmed son, Terence Crutcher, had been shot dead on the street by a white police officer. [Read More]
Commentary: Finding nation's Mother Teresa Commentary: Finding nation's Mother Teresa
7 weeks ago - - NICHOLAS KRISTOF
PINE BLUFF, Ark. — If this political season has you feeling down, meet Annette Dove. She’s a salve for our aches and wounds, for she represents the American grass roots’ best. [Read More]
Commentary: Holiday gifts with meaning Commentary: Holiday gifts with meaning
7 weeks ago - - NICHOLAS KRISTOF
Sure, you can buy your uncle a necktie that he won’t wear, or your niece an Amazon certificate that she’ll forget to use. Or you can help remove shrapnel from an injured child in Syria, or assist students at risk of genocide in South Sudan. [Read More]
Commentary: So many options, so much ugliness Commentary: So many options, so much ugliness
9 weeks ago - - NICHOLAS KRISTOF
Early signs of what the Trump administration may look like: A man associated with white supremacy and misogyny will be White House chief strategist; a man rejected for a judgeship because of alleged racism will be attorney general. [Read More]
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