The science behind that cringeworthy feeling
Humans aren't the only mammals who kill each other. So how do we stack up to lions, tigers, and bears?
Does social media make all friendships last forever?
Research shows how immigration and cultural values shape this distinctive habit.
More than 140 Customs and Border Protection agents were arrested or convicted of corruption in recent years—and President Trump’s promise to hire 5,500 new agents could make the problem worse.
A headless body, a gold-plated pistol, and the specter of corruption in the country's largest police force
Some people are taking steps now to prepare for a life without death.
Meet the Dreamers who are one executive action away from losing everything.
Donald Trump's efforts to save one Indiana factory are up against a global trend.
As fermented products become a health fad, questions of regulation arise. One man is fighting back.
Hearing discriminatory comments changes how people think.
"I think women should never lose the instinct to actually listen, but we need to become as unflappable as we can become."
A record number of Latinos are eligible to vote—and those who can't, register others.
Concealed firearms on colleges are now a reality in Texas. How have they altered life at the state’s largest university?
We took a road trip through North Carolina to survey its residents’ hopes and anxieties.
At the Miss Hispanidad Gay 2016 pageant, the competition is for more than just the title of queen.
Putting things off is a habit, but it doesn’t have to be meaningless.
The Atlantic’s Molly Ball explores Hillary Clinton’s image of composure in the midst of a troubled country.
Are die-hard Bernie Sanders supporters willing to compromise and vote for Hillary Clinton?
Bernie Sanders told his supporters to get in line, but some aren't buying it.