An Israeli View on Peace
Israel’s consul general in New York responds to an editorial.
The Effects of Ending Net Neutrality
Is the F.C.C. decision a victory for special interests that will harm consumers, or a fairer system in which heavy internet users might pay more?
How #MeToo Threatens Equality
A reader argues that not distinguishing between different forms of harassment — a clumsy advance versus an assault — “diminishes women.”
The Tax Bill: ‘This Abomination’
The United Food and Commercial Workers International Union writes that “hard-working families deserve better than this bill.”
Parents, Kids and Tech
A reader is grateful that her concerns about her children’s tech use are in the past.
Defeat in Alabama
President Trump tried to distance himself from Roy Moore’s loss.
By PATRICK CHAPPATTE
My Supercharged, Tricked Out, Bluetooth Wheelchair Life Force
The bond I have with my fellow bus commuter isn’t just tolerant. It’s fully embracing of me.
By KATIE SAVIN
What’s Stifling Pay Raises Is Also Curbing Economic Growth
As productivity growth lags, living standards for American workers do, too.
By RYAN AVENT
CONTRIBUTING OP-ED WRITER
The Deserving Rich and the Deserving Poor
Americans are a generous people, but our generosity comes with moral judgments.
By TIMOTHY EGAN
How I Went From the Governor’s Office to a Jail Cell
Ukraine’s corrupt elites have turned what could be one of Europe’s wealthiest countries into one of its poorest.
By MIKHEIL SAAKASHVILI