So you want to see the total eclipse ...
How Dave Meyers has flexed the staying power of his craft to launch several of the biggest hits of the past two decades
Using a remedial lotion—that may not even work—only worsened my body image.
Everyone has someone on their holiday shopping list who’s impossible to buy for. For the second year in a row, we asked Atlantic readers to describe their someone, and brainstormed a few perfect gift ideas for them.
What is the difference between civil redistricting and intentional disenfranchisement?
The proposals make for good talking points, but are largely impractical.
Millions of citizens are impacted by voter ID laws.
Unpacking the results of the Citizens United case and its impact on campaign finance
Analyzing what makes the youngest voters swoon for the oldest candidate
Analyzing the Sanders, Cruz, and Clinton campaigns
Our advice: Take everything with a grain of salt.
The parties' delegate system was rigged to favor establishment candidates—but this year, it might sink their chances.
Breaking down the kickoff to the 2016 election