Editorial
April 30

Should protest occur near private homes?

Legal precedent would allow limits. A more immediate question is whether such demonstrations help or hurt their cause.
Steve Sack
April 30
Sack cartoon: Jim Crow feed

Sack cartoon: Jim Crow feed

Letters
April 30
A homeless encampment at Powderhorn Park in Minneapolis last July.

Readers Write: Minneapolis Park Board, a gun at a Plymouth school, eating meat, the deliciousness of quiche

"Silliness" is one word for it.
Jonathan Zimmerman
April 30
Police officers face off with protestors near the Barclays Center after a rally over the death of George Floyd, Friday, May 29, 2020, in the Brooklyn

Fake threats on each side are America's greatest danger

How can we create a society that is safe and just if we continuously misrepresent the sources of danger?
John Rash, Rash Report
April 30
India is experiencing record-setting COVID cases and deaths. Above, on April 26, relatives stand in front of funeral pyres of those who died from the

In India, and beyond, a looming COVID catastrophe

The U.S. must quickly and comprehensively act upon President Joe Biden's aim to be "an arsenal of vaccines for other countries."
Dave Anderson
April 30
An American flag flies in Washington.

Nine in 20 of us identify as independents. So how can we be polarized?

Where is the fabled 50-50 split? Where is the straightforward statistic that explains the culture wars?
Zoë McLaren
April 30
Vehicles wound through the parking lots at Los Angeles Dodger Stadium in February. The setting was one of the largest vaccination sites in the country

The math that explains the end of the pandemic

Get ready for exponential decay.
Dahleen Glanton
April 30
President Donald Trump’s personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani spoke at the Save America Rally near the White House on Jan. 6, 2021. On Wednesday, FBI agent

Look on the bright side, GOP

Maybe the raid on Rudy Giuliani will turn up dirt on Hunter Biden.
Steve Sack
April 29
Sack cartoon: One thing pulling Biden down

Sack cartoon: One thing pulling Biden down

Editorial
April 29

U.S. help for India's COVID calamity

Biden response to COVID disaster is late but welcome. India won't be last nation in need.
Editorial
April 29

Retiring the 'op-ed'

The New York Times may want to change the label, but it won't disappear.
Letters
April 29
The Pillsbury A Mill building in Minneapolis, pictured in 2012 during its renovation.

Readers Write: Boycotting Israel, COVID, Biden's address

So much for social responsibility.
Tyler Cowen, Bloomberg Opinion
April 29
Stickers for those vaccinated wait in the observation room in Community Health Services to be handed out post-vaccination in Aspen, Colo., Wednesday,

Vaccine tribalism is one more way to divide us

The latest social question is "Which vaccine did you get?"
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