Recent negotiations fit into some of the larger battles being waged across the country.
Distractions can be dangerous, but attention is also a beautiful act in and of itself.
A conversation with Hanna Rosin about road-testing ideas on the new Radio Atlantic podcast
One year after Uvalde, America’s morbid mass-shooting tradition carries on.
Atlantic writers offer advice for managing uncertainty at any age.
A conversation with Damon Beres about what regulating this technology would actually look like
A check-in with David Frum on how the E. Jean Carroll verdict could affect voters
How residents experience them—and how it feels when they are taken away
A guide to the current crisis and how we got here
An Atlantic reading list about an existential question
Consumers might think they have more control than ever, but they’re really just fumbling in the dark.
Coming of age is a time of excitement, indignity, and lots of feelings.
People seem to be losing trust in one another.
They make bonding with new people really easy. But what if you hate playing them?
Life online is losing chaos, unpredictability, and delight—all of the things that made it fun.
In America, the frozen treat has become associated with comfort and escape.
The American public supports some stricter gun measures. Will the country ever enact them?
A series of recent legal battles has been about abortion pills—but also about the anti-abortion movement’s broader post-Roe strategy.
Aesthetics alone aren’t enough, our writer explains.
The internet might have destroyed April Fools’ Day, but we can still have fun the rest of the year.