For the first time, Deniss Metsavas tells his story of espionage and blackmail.
Why do serial murderers maintain such an enduring grip on the American psyche?
Does marijuana pose significant public-health risks?
A 1959 Atlantic article tried to understand how increased opportunity for women could change the female experience of sex and romance.
Most children are taught dinosaurs went extinct due to an asteroid that collided with Earth. Now, some scientists disagree.
Should America experience a pandemic, the president’s tendencies toward nationalism may fuel the fire.
Jeff VanderMeer discusses how writing fiction about environmental crises may jolt readers out of complacency.
The art world is fragmenting. Will we be able to date the art of the future?
In 1932, Hellen Keller offered some advice for the “perplexed businessman.”
Russia’s cyber warfare success revealed America’s weakness.
David Sedaris offers some pertinent advice to aspiring writers.
Watch a passage from Kurt Vonnegut’s short story about a businessman’s bizarre idea to use bees as carrier pigeons.
To understand the changes taking place in the Republican Party now, it helps to go back to the last time the party went through a major transformation.
Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel says bipartisan ACA reform is the way forward.
One scientist’s solution to drug-resistant bacteria
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Research shows how immigration and cultural values shape this distinctive habit.
The award-winning director on confronting his father’s legacy and leaving his children to confront his own.
Women developed computer science. Today, the industry is mostly men.
While many dream of an afterlife, people with apeirophobia are terrified of eternal existence.