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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: Tearing down Confederate flag just a start Commentary: Tearing down Confederate flag just a start
6 weeks ago - - NICHOLAS KRISTOF
Suppose African-Americans marked their heritage with flags depicting Nat Turner’s rebellion of 1831, in which slaves massacred about 60 whites before the uprising was crushed? [Read More]
Commentary: Bombs rain in Nuba Mountains Commentary: Bombs rain in Nuba Mountains
6 weeks ago - - NICHOLAS KRISTOF
IN THE NUBA MOUNTAINS, Sudan — The eight children in the Shanta family lived in a village of grass huts and had never turned on an electric light or worn a watch, never ridden a car or even a bicycle, never spoken on the telephone. [Read More]
Commentary: Malachi's world Commentary: Malachi's world
7 weeks ago - - NICHOLAS KRISTOF
BALTIMORE — Meet Malachi, a charming toddler I met here. [Read More]
Commentary: From Jenner to gender identity Commentary: From Jenner to gender identity
8 weeks ago - - NICHOLAS KRISTOF
People all over the world have been following the emergence of Caitlyn Jenner, but few as enthusiastically as Spencer and Joshua, two students at a New York City high school who see her as an inspiring role model. [Read More]
Commentary: Heroin doesn't have to be a killer Commentary: Heroin doesn't have to be a killer
8 weeks ago - - NICHOLAS KRISTOF
BALTIMORE — It’s a subject we find hard to talk about, even though it kills more people in America than guns or cars and claims more lives than murder or suicide. [Read More]
Commentary: Chemicals in your popcorn? Commentary: Chemicals in your popcorn?
9 weeks ago - - NICHOLAS KRISTOF
What do a pizza box, a polar bear and you have in common? All carry a kind of industrial toxicant called poly- and perfluoroalkyl substances, or PFASs, that do two things: They make life convenient, and they also appear to increase the risk of cancer. [Read More]
Commentary: Water-guzzling food factory Commentary: Water-guzzling food factory
9 weeks ago - - NICHOLAS KRISTOF
Let’s start with a quiz. Which consumes the most water? [Read More]
Commentary: Polluted political games Commentary: Polluted political games
10 weeks ago - - NICHOLAS KRISTOF
I’ve admired the Clintons’ foundation for years for its fine work on AIDS and global poverty, and I’ve moderated many panels at the annual Clinton Global Initiative. [Read More]
Commentary: The power of hope is real Commentary: The power of hope is real
11 weeks ago - - NICHOLAS KRISTOF
An awkward truth for bleeding hearts like myself is that there has never been much rigorous evidence that outside aid can sustainably lift people out of poverty. [Read More]
Commentary: What 'Wild' has wrought Commentary: What 'Wild' has wrought
11 weeks ago - - NICHOLAS KRISTOF
ON THE PACIFIC CREST TRAIL, Calif. — This is arguably America’s greatest hiking trail, a 2,650-mile serpentine path running through desert and wilderness from the Mexican border to the Canadian border. The Pacific Crest Trail meanders through cactus and redwoods, challenging humans with rivers . [Read More]
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