James Fallows explains why the future of industry is in America, Jeffrey Goldberg makes the case for more guns, Ann Patchett describes her battle with Amazon, Isaac Chotiner laments Salman Rushdie's decline, and more
An exploration of the startling, sustainable, just-getting-started return of manufacturing to the United States
"My heart started beating rapidly after the third time I read the letter. I could have sat there and guessed for a hundred years and never come up with what my brother had to say."
For a new theme park, Creationists (with a little help from a geneticist, some Amish men, and generous tax breaks) are building a replica of Noah’s ark—exactly as God instructed.
How the once-intimate sign-off is feminizing the workplace, for better or worse
Students aren’t the only ones cheating—some professors are, too. Uri Simonsohn is out to bust them.
The novelist's literary essays celebrated reading for the love of it.
The Atlantic's literary editor picks the five best of the crop.
Salman Rushdie’s artistic decline
An Alice Munro collection that's "autobiographical in feeling," if not in fact; Zadie Smith's uneven new novel; and more