Katty Kay and Claire Shipman, authors of this month's Atlantic cover story, sit down with Hanna Rosin to discuss the power of confidence and how self doubt holds women back.
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How psychology offers insights on the Russian leader's actions
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The much-maligned 1995 film may be self-aware, but it has an ugly message at its core.
One story proving that energy transitions have never been easy
And other controversial questions raised by a new Tennessee law that claims to protect religious kids from discrimination
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Some women have high hopes of making money off of visiting gringos, but advocacy groups encourage caution.