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“Sometimes the media is magnificent and we’re all deeply proud of the profession. Other times, you wince.”
A few of our writers sat down to talk about current state of the movement, and where it’s going next.
The Vatican seems desperate to beat Protestantism in the race for Chinese souls. Can it convince the population that it’s not a “cult”?
The author of The Atlantic’s latest cover story tell us what he knows—and doesn’t know—after spending months reporting on Trump’s former campaign chairman.
The Atlantic published a lot of stories in January 2017. Here’s how a few turned out.
It’s not that different from a cocktail party.
Looking into a 2014 Title IX complaint, Michigan State University found no evidence of misconduct.
The Masthead editors reflect on the most thought-provoking moments from our call. A full transcript is attached.
An experiment in reading on a tight time budget.
Like ERs and doctors across the country, administrators at Michigan State assured Nassar’s victims that nothing was wrong.
The founder of Know Your Meme on the strengths of meme culture
In the U.S., abortion laws are based on when a fetus is “viable.” But technology keeps changing what that means.
“Our pieces seek to be thought-provoking and interesting, but to be truly insightful, they must be right.”
One in five Americans reject organized religion, but maintain some kind of faith.
“There is a sense that nowhere is safe, no one is safe, no thing is safe. Everything is up for change.”
Victims have to surrender their agency when they go to trial.
We asked members and Atlantic staff to choose their favorite stories from 2017.
In 2010, there were 54. Now there are just 18.
Chinese and American taboos are strikingly different.