On last night's episode of The Colbert Report, the host offered Anne-Marie Slaughter some sage advice.
The legendary author and screenwriter talks with The Atlantic's James Parker.
Jeffrey Goldberg suggests a solution to an awkward social conundrum.
Computer scientist Larry Smarr shows off his imaging technology -- and the inside of his own colon.
Anne-Marie Slaughter discusses the struggles of working mothers with Hanna Rosin.
At the world's largest ministry for homosexual Christians, there's no more talk of "curing" same-sex attraction.
Reverend Oliver White's acceptance of homosexuality has already lost him two thirds of his congregation. Now he's in danger of losing his building. Here's why he won't back down.
If people understood the roots of this philosophy, they wouldn't be fixating on breastfeeding toddlers or family beds.
The entertaining icon tells Atlantic senior editor Corby Kummer how hard it is for women to succeed in her field.
The celebrity chef tells Atlantic senior editor Corby Kummer what spurred him to leave Iron Chef.
A tour of the conservative icon's online programming, from earnest diatribes to fun chemistry experiments.
Howard Berman and Brad Sherman, the subjects of Molly Ball's June Atlantic story, are locked in a fierce political race -- despite their nearly identical views. Here are video clips from a recent showdown.
At Citi Field Stadium this Sunday, 50,000 religious men gathered to discuss the dangers of the Web. An organizer explains why the digital era is so challenging for the people of the book.
James Fallows explains why the country's path to success can never be replicated.
The country may one day have its own Silicon Valley, says James Fallows, but first it has to meet these requirements.
James Fallows explains why the country is unlikely to create the next Boeing or Airbus anytime soon.
A priest explains the Church's stance against in vitro fertilization -- and the internal politics that cost an Indiana woman her job.
David Pilgrim has spent decades collecting racist pictures, signs, and knick-knacks. Now he's sharing his collection with the world.
Tyler Cowen discovers an exceptional Vietnamese bistro in a suburban strip mall near Washington, D.C.
Instead of flooding his creations with violence and loud music, the developer forces players to soul-search and pay close attention.