Congress Passes Bill To End 3-Day Government Shutdown
Lawmakers have voted to restore funding through Feb. 8 after an agreement to pursue immigration bills in the coming weeks. The White House says the government will resume normal operations on Tuesday.
#MeToo Is Clumsy, Crucial And Long Overdue
The movement provides a collective context for what happens in private, writes Helen Epstein, and validation for those of us trying to make sense of the sexual trauma we endured.
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In Sports, Rivals Are Opponents. In Politics, They're Too Often Enemies
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The Week That Was: Curses, Crises And Coughs
It was the week the president's use of a vulgar term continued to make headlines and Washington inched closer to...
Ophelia Dahl: We Face Down Disasters, Man Made And Natural, By Standing Together
The perseverance and dignity of Haiti’s people, in the face of unceasing racism, injustice and violence, has strengthened many leaders...
For Democrats, DACA Is The Hill To Die On
The Democrats have a unique opportunity to squeeze Republicans until they produce a bill that protects Dreamers, writes Miles Howard.
In My Fantasy, I Caught Up To Reality | Modern Love 98
Richard Jenkins ("The Shape of Water") reads John Gfroerer's essay about going to the gym to cope with loss.
Yes, We Do. Even At Our Age. | Modern Love 97
Lois Smith ("Marjorie Prime," "Lady Bird") reads an essay about passion in the golden years.