Nicholas Kristof

New York Times

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Nicholas Kristof is a columnist for the New York Times and a Pulitzer Prize-winner.

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Six months after threatening nuclear warfare, “little rocket man” and the “dotard” were talking peace in Singapore. Beyond the hype, did President Trump and Kim Jong Un really mean it?

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A brutal murder rattled the small city of Chino Hills in 1983. Four people were found dead: stabbed or slashed dozens of times.

DNA test could exonerate man on death row

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For every story of destruction, there’s a story of goodwill and compassion.

New York Times writer Nicholas Kristof on the power of doing good

For every story of destruction, there’s a story of goodwill and compassion.

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