A group of journalists, professors, and non-profit leaders predict the future of livable, walkable cities
What makes a story great? The storytellers behind House of Cards, This American Life, The Moth, and more reflect on the creative process.
"In a sense, we're already becoming cyborgs."
In a neighborhood where 43 percent of residents live below the poverty line, Billy Lamar Brooks Sr. is trying to help kids build a future.
Members of the Contract Buyers League recount their fight against racist real-estate practices.
An excerpt from a forthcoming film about "adventure" playgrounds reveals the joys of risky play.
Filmmaker Erin Davis discusses her forthcoming documentary about the Land, a Welsh playground that fosters "risky play."
Writer C. D. Hermelin takes to the streets of New York City to practice his craft in collaboration with passersby.
A filmmaker's ode to a dear, departed friend: his dog Griffey
Designer Maxwell Hazan describes his passion for building unusual bikes.
A selection of year's-best photos from In Focus
A short animation about how the North Pole crew spends their down time
'I was trying to get famous by any means I could find.'
Christopher Orr, The Atlantic's principal film critic, shares scenes from the best and worst adaptations of the crime-novelist's work.
A documentary and a new book look at a global movement of young activists
A montage from the University of Pennsylvania celebrates the work of three engineers.
The Republican answers questions about his lifelong anti-tax crusade in a new series from Reddit and The Atlantic.
The executive director of Let's Move! and former White House chef answers questions from Reddit users in a new video series from The Atlantic.
The West Virginia Democrat answers crowd-sourced questions in a new video series from Reddit and The Atlantic.
The Atlantic teams up with the social-media platform Reddit to interview politicians and other Washington insiders.