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“I hope she does whatever she wants to do—even if that is going to the gas station without shoes on.”
The attacks altered the course of modern comedy, fueling the rise of political satire as a form of mainstream entertainment.
The proceedings did anything but distract from the distressing reality surrounding this year’s Tokyo Games.
The Fox host has a new daytime show, and he’s using it to poison the meaning of patriotism.
New streaming services from Fox and the Weather Channel are betting big on the idea that an armchair meteorologist lives inside each of us.
When art about the subject glamorizes it, audiences pay the price.
A staff writer for The Atlantic since 2015, Yong is the recipient of the 2021 Pulitzer Prize for explanatory reporting.
More Black storytellers are turning to the horror genre to unpack the traumas of racism. But some viewers are growing tired of these stories.
For decades, the media have chronicled a Hollywood mega-producer’s reputation as a bully—and even praised him for it.
The nation’s politics is in dire need of earnestness. Can its culture meet the moment?
The more vulnerable she became, the greater the public’s interest was in watching her disintegrate.
What do Bridgerton, DeuxMoi, and Dickinson have in common? They capture the new appeal of anonymous gossip.
Think of it as a public service: Photos can be powerful tools in overcoming skepticism toward inoculation.
The most-watched news network in America is choosing to mislead its viewers about the state of the election.
At a time when uncertainty may be the election’s only immediate result, Americans have an opportunity to rethink the way stories are told.
The president’s favorite debate tactic was a foundational form of disrespect—levied against his opponent as well as the nation.
How Donald Trump’s favorite news source became a language
The saga of 19-year-old Aaron Coleman’s political candidacy has turned into a too-simple parable about forgiving youthful indiscretion.
Her candidacy meets a culture that, too often, still doesn’t know what to make of women who seek to lead.