By Mark Horowitz - Israel goes to the polls next Tuesday in what's surely the strangest election in that country's history. It's an Israeli version of Groundhog Day, where...
Jennifer Senior"It’s as if the Italians and British were bragging about their own parliamentary chaos and Israel responded, “Hold my beer." Priceless explainer from spousal unit @markhorowitz about the upcoming Israeli election
Apps aimed at children may be tracking far more than you think. Parents are publicly sharing photos of their kids starting when they're in the womb, leading to concerns about how "sharenting" will affect the rest of their lives. This session will...
Grains and water from Chernobyl’s dreaded exclusion zone have been used to produce a single bottle of vodka. Called ATOMIK, the vodka could revolutionize the way land is reclaimed in the radioactive region surrounding the beleaguered nuclear power...
A gay high school teacher, who is about to turn 50, needs to be cajoled by his friends to embrace the future and let go of a past he struggles with - sometimes comically - especially the Reagans' troubling AIDS legacy.
A special report that follows, documents the looming Lyme threat, and shows you how to protect yourself and your family. That, anyway, should help you sleep better.
Jennifer SeniorSummer public service announcement: Ticks suck. (In all senses.) A comprehensive Lyme Disease package pulled together by my pal @Jon_Gluck at Medium, featuring an excellent story by @bobkolker
They will force women to carry pregnancies to term despite the detection of painful and deadly fetal anomalies.
Jennifer SeniorIt is hard to talk about, but it must be discussed: These new abortion laws would ensure that a generation of women would be forced to carry pregnancies to term despite the detection of fetal anomalies — some of them cruel, painful and fatal. My column
Jennifer SeniorIt used to be that the favored tactics of the anti-abortion movement were all about delay: parental notification, waiting periods, dutiful marches through the literature of "informed consent. Now they're all about hurrying women up. My column
The line was long, childhood is fleeting. On a mother and son trip to France, learning to value small pleasures over big sites.
Jennifer SeniorThis gorgeous story by @susandominus is as much about the uncertainty, untidiness, and second-guessing of parenting as it is about a trip with her son. How to reconcile his idea of fun with her her vision? So liberating for anyone who’s traveled with a kid
Jennifer SeniorWhy is it that we're spooked when the same set of advertisements stalk us on Google, yet we become furious when our iPhones have no clue where to send us for brunch? My exploration of "the privacy paradox"
Jennifer SeniorIs it any wonder we skate past the Internet’s fine print? In 2008 —before Uber, Instagram, WhatsApp!—two researchers calculated it’d take 30 workdays to read the privacy policies of all the sites we visit in a year. My exploration of the “privacy paradox”
What all New Yorkers want to know is this: When is Mayor Bill de Blasio going to find the time to run for president, given his busy schedule of sleeping in and working out? We’re worried he’s going…
Jennifer SeniorSo, @jpodhoretz, who supplied the best quote about de Blasio for my column today (tweeting "Hey Mayor—PUT DOWN THE BONG" last November), also has a great col about de Blasio's vanity candidacy today
Much of what’s in the report is already known, but our book critic says it still has “the power to shock and appall.”
Jennifer SeniorPerfect review of Mueller report from @DwightGarner, in which he complains: "Because its language about not exonerating Trump is written in the negative, the most important sections are hard to quote." (His suggested title: “We Didn’t Not Find Anything.”)