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The Native American Presidential Forum in Iowa was a sobering reminder that the road to equality in the United States is paved with outrage, elbow grease and paperwork, writes Sarah Vowell.

Guatemala's new president, Alejandro Giammattei, is generating worry among those who have supported the struggle against corruption and organized crime.

Japan and South Korea should train their ire on their regional rivals - North Korea and China - and not on each other, writes the editorial board.

"Many young voters, saddled with enormous student loans and poor job prospects, have been left behind by our economic system. They like Senator Warren’s ideas." #NYTLetters 

"Where does Donald Trump get the chutzpah to tell American Jews such as myself that voting for a Democrat is disloyal?" #NYTLetters 

Donald Trump’s diplomatic dust-up with an ally over the potential purchase of a land that would never be for sale is absurd. But it reflects a dark reality: the forces that led to the colonization of Greenland 300 years ago are still at work today.

Who needs competent policy when you’re the chosen one and the king of Israel, asks @PaulKrugman 

Many of the problems TV watchers thought they had left behind by using streaming services are just being remixed under different brands and bundles, writes @ballmatthew 

"It is laughable that the president, whose own behavior demonstrates disloyalty to the Constitution, his country, his wives and his oath of office, thinks he can lecture me about loyalty." #NYTLetters 


The survivors and family members of mass shootings have a message for the leaders of our nation.

Happy Birthday, Facebook! 15 years today — and what a rollercoaster it has been. We created a friendship anniversary video for Mark Zuckerberg to mark the day.

"Stop sanitizing a tyrannical dictator, argues @Joannahausmann  in this video Op-Ed. "My country deserves change."

Scott Warren is facing 20 years in prison. His crime? Providing food and water to migrants in Arizona’s deadliest desert corridor.

It's not a crime to criticize the president. That’s why we fought a revolution against a mad king.

Why is Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes saying it’s time to break up the company? He explains in this video op-ed.

650+ law professors (and counting) believe Brett Kavanaugh lacks the judicial temperament to be approved to the Supreme Court. Read their letter explaining why.

The founders of Fusion GPS say there are credible allegations of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia

What do the school shootings have in common? Guns, yes. But also, boys. It's always boys pulling the triggers.