The first Saturday of fall will bring an announcement with the potential to shape American lives for years—if not decades. Plus: What our critics reviewed.
The killings in Kenosha. The Republican National Convention. Hurricane Laura. Our writers weigh in on the events of the week. Plus: Nine suggestions for your weekend.
Well into August, the debate over school reopenings hasn’t cooled off any. Today, we hear a variety of perspectives on the matter.
As you process the events of this past week, these perspectives from our writers might be helpful.
At first we were afraid, we were petrified—but this Memorial Day weekend might be the time to shake up quarantine solitude with a playlist of empowering pop.
The old economy is gone. Here’s what’s taking shape in its place. Then: Let’s talk about those “murder hornets.”
In this special edition of The Atlantic Daily: a biblical mystery unwound; a con man brought to justice; an ancient species coming back to life; and more.
He was an “indispensable man.” Plus: Our critics on three buzzy new shows.
What our critics loved listening to, from music to podcasts. Plus: Increased anti-Semitism is changing how Jews express themselves in the West.
This year’s best films, TV shows, and most memorable TV moments. Plus: What happens to all the artificial turf that’s run its course?
Awards season is off to a good start for the streaming platform. But don’t be surprised if you see #OscarsSoWhite trending in a few weeks.
Musical male angst finds a new formula. Plus: a look at three ongoing protests around the world
The massive power shutdowns are the start of what may become the new normal. Plus, some new movies and shows you might want to watch, reviewed by our critics.
A scary new report links vape-device use to a mysterious illness.
And a few other findings about our canine companions. (Yes, this email contains several pictures of dogs.) Plus: What to read and watch this weekend
Throwing a crumpled-up piece of paper across the room is so 1998—enter Google Docs. Also, some reading, listening, and watching recommendations for the weekend
But nationwide, evidence that might’ve put away serial rapists often goes untested. Plus: the lawsuit against Obamacare, about the Trump tweets, and more
The Jeffrey Epstein case is a window into why so many Americans let their imagination run wild when it comes to elite corruption. Plus: R. Kelly, TikTok, and more
A guide to today’s festivities: complicating some historical figures, some patriotic reads, an oldie but a goodie, and, yes, a brief word about those tanks
The traditional center loses out in the latest European parliamentary elections. Plus: A former Marine colonel cautions against the temptation of revenge in war.