Profiling the Winners of the 2016 Renewal Awards
Today, we put up a new project page on The Atlantic, collecting together a series of profiles on the winners…
Last month, Alana wrote a piece on how to “end homelessness in New York City.” It prompted a reader…
Despite partisan divides, people generally agree on one thing—disappointment with the federal government.
A program in Des Moines, Iowa, aims to train a cohort of predominately white instructors to help students who come from very different backgrounds.
With managers watching, workers often withhold the truth during audits. A nonprofit has piloted a new way to gather information on working conditions abroad.
A new poll finds that Americans still value job stability and buying homes. They’re just less confident about the ability to achieve those goals.
The month’s best stories from around the web
A new poll shows there’s a political divide when it comes to how people view who gets ahead in America.
The new way to make money off a blockbuster album
Companies with 100 employees or more will be required to disclose pay data broken down by race and gender to the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
But there’s a chance that today’s experiments on the fringes of dining could one day infiltrate mainstream food culture.
Considering how Chinese imports have affected American workers, the downsides of global exchange are much more intense and
enduring than many make them out to be.
When children are introduced to something nutritious, they tend to reject it—which many parents don’t have room for in their budgets.
Some Southwestern cities that are trying to increase walkability are finding that the modern metropolitan dream has its limits.
A new book documents how the demand for the iconic pants among Mexican dealers kept them selling drugs.
Yes, but they're more skeptical about whether going to college helps them achieve their goals.
Under a settlement reached Tuesday, the car service will give better benefits to people who drive but will continue to consider them independent contractors.
A new FCC proposal could make it a lot cheaper and easier to watch TV.
Even though the country's outlook is strong, a new poll shows that people’s feeling of pessimism have deepened.
During recessions, employees may feel a need to work harder to keep their jobs—but there’s also less work to do.
Thirty years ago, the Chicago Bears defensive tackle’s famous Super Bowl XX touchdown altered the gambling universe.