In another aggressive measure to fight climate change, the White House halts all new mining projects on federal lands.
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Today I tried to answer a grammar question that has long vexed us here at The Atlantic: What’s the plural…
There is a correct answer, but no one has agreed on it yet.
An important contribution to one of the great disputes of our time
It caps off a month—and year—of weird weather.
Here is theology as harmony.
SpaceX’s online broadcast brought a different tone to space exploration.
The timescales of global warming
It’s a hard carol to love, and yet love it we do.
At long last, SpaceX has vertically launched and landed an orbital rocket.
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Here’s how it will spend the money.