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Giving during the holidays: It’s an American tradition, and one many look forward to. This year, are you going to do the same thing? You might want to try something different. … Full Article

OPINION: Five ways to give this holiday season

Giving during the holidays: It’s an American tradition, and one many look forward to. This year, are you going to do the same thing? You might want to try something different. Here’s a lens on giving more broadly — and always with the holiday spirit!  … Full Article

OPINION: What’s the real story behind Hillary, Russia and uranium?

President Donald Trump calls it the “real Russia story”: allegations that as Secretary of State Hillary Clinton approved the sale of 20 percent of U.S. uranium supplies to Rosatom, the Russian state nuclear company. … Full Article

OPINION: Measuring the kindness of strangers

How many people honored this year’s World Kindness Day on Nov. 13, preferably with a random act of kindness? How many even knew about it? By one indicator, probably fewer than in previous years. … Full Article

OPINION: 9 ways to make work more human

Employees are not robots. … Full Article

OPINION: It’s beginning to smell a lot like Watergate

The initial grand jury indictments in special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation have dropped like a box of rocks and include something called “Conspiracy against the United States.” It sounds like “fake news” the same way “flesh-eating bacteria” sounds like a prescription. … Full Article

OPINION: Domestic violence is everybody’s business

Every nine seconds a woman is assaulted or beaten in the U.S. Just think about this for a minute.  … Full Article

OPINION: Where terror struck, New Yorkers modeled resilience amid diversity

The stretch of pedestrian paths, bikeways and newly landscaped parks that extend along the Hudson River on Manhattan’s west side is a place where local residents, students and visitors from around the world have mixed together to experience the sights and sounds of New York City. … Full Article

OPINION: A New York evolution, iconic building changes with the times

As the 19th century drew to a close, New York’s population, particularly its many newly arrived immigrants, were in transition. One of the city’s fastest growing immigrant groups was European Jews, who for decades had lived mostly on the Lower East Side of Manhattan. … Full Article

OPINION: Shedding light on Puerto Rico

Backroom wrangling over financial transactions between government agencies and big business is not unheard of. … Full Article

OPINION: Trump just keeps digging

It's the first rule of crisis communications: When you're in the hole, the first thing you do is to stop digging. … Full Article

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