Opinion | Faces Are Important. But I Can’t Recognize Them.

What does it mean to live with prosopagnosia? An animator discloses the different ways he lives his life because he can’t recognize faces. What does it mean to live with prosopagnosia? An animator discloses the different ways he lives his life because he can’t recognize faces. Supported by What does

Opinion | ‘We Are Sleepwalking to Climate Catastrophe’

Send any friend a story As a subscriber, you have 10 gift articles to give each month. Anyone can read what you share. More from our inbox: To the Editor: Re “Warning of a ‘Catastrophe’ With the Use of Fossil Fuels” (news article, March 22): Since the climate crisis is

Ben Franklin’s Vaccine Lessons

And the overnight news from Ukraine. By David Leonhardt ‘The accumulated loss’ Nearly 60 million American adults — or about one of out every four — remain unvaccinated against Covid-19. They have made an irrational choice that exposes them to severe illness. But they have also made a choice with

Opinion | Can a Hidden World Be Saved From an Invasive Scourge?

By Gabriel Popkin Photographs by Leslie Brice Mr. Popkin is an independent journalist who writes about science and the environment. He has written extensively about threats to trees and forests. Ms. Brice is a Maryland-based photographer whose work focuses on the people and natural places of the Mid-Atlantic, Midwest, Latin

Vehicle Crashes, Surging

Traffic deaths are surging during the pandemic. By David Leonhardt The United States is enduring its most severe increase in traffic deaths since the 1940s. It is a sharp change from the recent norm, too. Deaths from vehicle crashes have generally been falling since the late 1960s, thanks to vehicle

Opinion | More Places Should Do What Alaska Did to Its Elections

By Richard H. Pildes Mr. Pildes is a legal scholar who analyzes the intersection of politics and law and how they affect our democracy. The Alaska Supreme Court recently decided a case that an experienced lawyer told the court was “the most significant case since statehood.” The court confirmed that

Opinion | Call It ‘Codger Power.’ We’re Older but Fighting for a Better America.

By Bill McKibben and Akaya Windwood Mr. McKibben is the founder of Third Act, helped found the climate advocacy group 350.org and is the author of the forthcoming memoir “The Flag, the Cross, and the Station Wagon.” Ms. Windwood is the lead adviser of Third Act and the co-author of

Opinion | 7 Thoughtful Reader Responses on Ending Online Church

By Tish Harrison Warren Opinion Writer There was a huge response to last week’s newsletter, where I argued that churches should phase out their livestream services. I received thousands of emails and other replies online, many of which were beautiful and profound. You’ve given me a lot to think about!