It seeks to disqualify visa and green-card applicants who might rely on public benefits.
What Tara Westover learned from writing Educated
Three Atlantic staffers discuss tricky questions of national—and international—allegiance in sports, after the victory for Les Bleus, which some called “the last African team.”
The political scientist Virginia Eubanks worries that technology is providing “the emotional distance that’s necessary to make what are inhuman decisions.”
Within cities, poor communities of color often live in segregated neighborhoods with higher flood risks. This is especially true in Houston.
A new report lays out design guidelines for community-based “justice hubs”—jails that create positive effects inside and outside their walls.
Local jails in smaller counties are seeing enormous growth. A new report explains why.
The detainment of six Central-American youth who came to the U.S. as unaccompanied minors was a policy decision—one that local students, teachers, and activists argued was categorically unfair.
Mapping population density around the world
A new report shows how cheaper rentals are clustered away from high-paying work in Cleveland, Houston, and Los Angeles.
The curriculum helps them learn English and share elements of the culture of their home countries.
Reflections on a banned documentary about the gang rape in my hometown of Delhi