The acronym has ushered in a new era of informal communication.
Oregon State Senator Sara Gelser reflects on the cost of workplace harassment.
Jeffrey Rosen reveals a conversation he had with John Paul Stevens and discusses Anthony Kennedy’s nonpartisan legacy.
Ta-Nehisi Coates explores how the 2016 election was a reaction to Obama’s presidency.
The legendary jazz musician updates the American anthem for the magazine’s first podcast.
“When you are burdened with something constantly—every day—you can't thrive as a human being.”
"I think women should never lose the instinct to actually listen, but we need to become as unflappable as we can become."
The author discusses his vision for T’Challa and the importance of black superheroes.
Inside Obama's new initiative to personalize health care
Long before the Pentagon's announcement, women were already embedded in the front lines of Afghanistan.
"We live on a very dynamic planet, and Mother Nature will do what she wants."
"Until we have a conversation about what privilege means, we'll never understand what racism means."
Professors, engineers, and journalists look ahead to the next century.
We asked experts.
"If we aren't making leaps of the imagination, then all of our new ideas are just old ideas repackaged."
From acidification of the ocean to dwindling fresh water, experts weigh in on what the public should know.
"Police must stop thinking about crime reduction as self-justifying. It's not."
"Build the discipline of curiosity."
Odell Newton was 16 when he killed a cab driver. Four decades later, his family is still hoping for his release.
In this animated interview, the sociologist Bruce Western explains the current inevitability of prison for certain demographics of young black men.