The Times Editorial Board

The Times' editorial board, in consultation with the publisher, determines the editorial positions of the organization. The editorial board opines on the important issues of the day – exhorting, explaining, deploring, mourning, applauding or championing, as the case may be. The board, which operates separately from the newsroom, proceeds on the presumption that serious, non-partisan, intellectually honest engagement with the world is a requirement of good citizenship.
  • Editorial
Saudi Arabia doesn't deserve the benefit of the doubt, least of all from the president

The president needs to demand a full investigation of Khashoggi's disappearance

  • Endorsement
Dianne Feinstein's seniority and experience are too valuable to give up. California should reelect her

Feinstein is a senator from an earlier, more civil and productive era of governance.