As Protests Grow, Universities Choose Different Ways to End Unrest

Columbia has taken the spotlight after twice asking the police to quell pro-Palestinian demonstrations on campus. Brown University chose a…


Larry David Has Always Been the ‘Seinfeld’ Finale’s Biggest Defender

As “Curb Your Enthusiasm” draws to a close, the “Seinfeld” co-creator gets another shot at ending a TV show.


My Country Is Witnessing a Messy, Buffoonish End of Rule

On Dec. 31, 1980, Léopold Sédar Senghor, the first president of Senegal, announced that he was leaving power. At 74,…


My Wife Plans to End Her Life. Should I Tell My Very Religious Father?

The magazine’s Ethicist columnist on whether to disclose a delicate decision to a loved one who may oppose it.


The ‘Rule’ Against Ending Sentences With Prepositions Has Always Been Silly

Late last month, Merriam-Webster shared the news on Instagram that it’s OK to end a sentence with a preposition. Hats…


As ‘Billions’ Ends, Its Creators Discuss the Changing Face of the Ultrarich

In an interview, the showrunners discussed its imminent conclusion and the rise of billionaires who believe they are “making the…


Morgan Stanley’s Post-Gorman Era Begins

Wall Street’s most closely watched succession saga ended with the selection of Ted Pick as the bank’s next leader. But…


How Aid in Dying Became Medical, Not Moral

The debate over aid in dying still rages in the language that medicine and the media use to describe the…


Centrist Parties Poised to Oust Poland’s Nationalist Government

The election, seen as one of the most significant in decades, was cast as a choice between the defense of…


As Sunak Makes His Case to Britons, the Economy Undermines It

Britain’s stubbornly high inflation rate has come to symbolize a deeper economic malaise — a morass of problems, some new,…

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