In a new documentary from The Atlantic, coronavirus survivors describe frightening experiences in the intensive-care unit.
As China enters its eighth week in quarantine, citizens turn to TikTok for a comedic reprieve.
Giraffes may be omnipresent in popular culture, but they’re disappearing in real life.
David Brooks breaks down the enduring myth of the virtuous all-American family.
Welcome to the future of urban living, where young people have to make a choice: money or babies?
Overtourism is affecting the Earth in unprecedented ways.
The collapse of the Roman Empire was not a bad thing for the world at large.
When did the true sign of power shift from responsibility to impunity?
The college-admissions process is so fraught with hysteria, many parents attempt to cheat their kids into elite institutions.
Physical-education programs were designed to encourage health and fitness, but they may be counterproductive.
A number of surprising factors may be contributing to the modern obesity epidemic.
In the workism economy, jobs have replaced religion, resulting in widespread burnout and anxiety.
Why do serial murderers maintain such an enduring grip on the American psyche?
Many Democratic candidates are animated by the idea of free secondary education, but the particulars of the policy remain vague.
Hatred against Jews is on the rise around the world, including in the United States.
President Trump is unfit for the office he holds.
Editor in chief Jeffrey Goldberg explains “Unthinkable,” an attempt to chronicle the most bizarre—and dangerous—moments of this presidency.
Wellness gurus on the platform often claim authority on nutrition—but science doesn’t back them up.
America has an absurd—and dangerous—obsession with corporate subsidies, such as those given to Jeff Bezos’s trillion-dollar company.
The president and his backers revel in the suffering of those they hate and fear.