The U.S. tax code helps entrench gender divisions. It doesn’t have to be that way.
Industrial efficiency has led to plentiful, cheap meat and eggs, while immiserating farmers.
A new analysis indicates that rising prices have been quietly taxing low-income families more heavily than rich ones.
The state is plagued by two major issues: wildfires and a lack of affordable housing. Each problem exacerbates the other.
The Libra project could help the global poor. But at what cost?
Financial confessionals reveal that income inequality and geographic inequality have normalized absurd spending patterns.
People were on their own as their homes and businesses lost power.
Wealth inequality hurts society.
Brilliant, brash founders such as WeWork’s Adam Neumann may waste investors’ money, flout regulations, and put workers at risk.
Plant-based-food entrepreneurs are marketing their meatless products to omnivores.
Kelley Williams-Bolar, like Felicity Huffman, was punished for trying to get her children a better education.
In an area without cellphone reception, I was unable to open the car.
Atlantic writers look ahead at their beats.
To socialist candidates, even the left-most Democrat isn’t left enough.
Millennials are already in debt and without savings. After the next downturn, they’ll be in even bigger trouble.
Atlantic writers look ahead at Facebook’s new cryptocurrency, the next Great British Bake Off, the big split in retail, and more.
They’re a single-use, disposable consumer item—a greener option, but not a green one.
It’s jobs and social networks that bring immigrants to America—not government benefits.
Its decision to let states opt out of the Medicaid expansion turned out to have lethal consequences.
A quick explanation for why the tech bubble never burst