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?

Did Trump get conned by Kim?

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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

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

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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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