We enthusiastically endorse President Obama, who has earned a second term; Mitt Romney offers dangerous ideas, when he offers any.
Editorial | Sunday Observer
By BRENT STAPLES
A new documentary about the Central Park Jogger case and the exonerated teenagers takes us back to a time when things went very wrong.
By MAUREEN DOWD
As Election Day looms, Barry strives for hipness as Mitt embraces fuddy-duddy.
By FRANK BRUNI
Despite the troubled economy, President Obama should be ahead of Mitt Romney. So why isn’t he?
By FREDRICK C. HARRIS
The Obama presidency has marked the decline, rather than the pinnacle, of a political vision centered on challenging racial inequality.
SUNDAY REVIEW – News Analysis
By SAM ROBERTS
Does the high incarceration rate of many black men mean that the gains made by blacks in the society are large are statistically overstated?
By DAVID LEONHARDT
A bullish economy is likely to strengthen whoever is elected.
ON THIS DAY
On Oct. 28, 1886, the Statue of Liberty, a gift from the people of France, was dedicated in New York Harbor by President Grover Cleveland.