The White House wants to put an end to low-cost shipping from overseas, a move widely supported among U.S. e-commerce sellers.
The Justice Department has warned that if the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals doesn’t rule on the program, it’ll take it up to the new conservative Supreme Court majority.
A secretive organization spending millions on Facebook political ads, the Trump tell-all that wasn’t, immigration courts, and more
To combat the growing federal deficit, Trump said he would ask each of his Cabinet secretaries to cut five percent from their budget proposals next year.
The magazine’s editor acknowledged the cover story is a “puff piece,” but stood by his decision to defend the billionaire in dramatic fashion.
If Turkish officials really have the grisly recordings, they must share them—and soon.
Meet the liberal group that’s running a new breed of digital campaign.
Identity politics divide America, but the idea of warring tribes is too simple.
Readers grapple with Lauren Groff’s character “consumed with anxiety about the state of the world.”
The president’s rampant mockery of women flashes back to an earlier period of American history: when Monica Lewinsky served, repeatedly, as a national punch line.
Recent images of robotic technology around the world
Young people are among the loneliest of all Americans. Schools that teach kids how to deal with feelings of isolation could help put a dent in the epidemic.
“This is not a good example on how to handle these situations."
A set of cone-like formations in Greenland was said to be the work of 3.7-billion-year-old bacteria, but another team maintains it’s really not.
A reader weighs in on the Chicago Police Department’s culture of intimidation, and describes her own experience processing the shooting of the 17-year-old Laquan McDonald.
The retooled sitcom debuted with an episode that wrestled with the death of its fictional matriarch.
In Imperial Beach, a dramatic solution to coastal flooding
The attorney general has stepped up the hiring of immigration judges, ordered them to hear more cases, and shown a preference for those who’ve previously been prosecutors.
The Senate next year could be more MAGA-oriented than ever—and the next senator from Utah isn’t likely to change that.
The actor’s directorial debut is a coming-of-age tale about a young teen seeking refuge in skateboarding.
They live thousands of feet below the Earth’s surface. They eat hydrogen and exhale methane. And they may shape our world more profoundly than we can imagine.
The Atlantic Argument series returns with a provocative video about the gun debate in America.
The end of the singer’s relationship with Pete Davidson, coming after the death of her ex Mac Miller, complicates her message of overcoming.
For generations, African Americans have left the U.S. in search of freedom from racism and oppression. But what do they actually find when they settle overseas?
A petite group called the satyrines uses swollen veins to channel sound into tiny ears.
As a geneticist and a member of the Navajo Nation, I have some thoughts on the senator’s announcement.
Ken Ma, a 32-year-old M.B.A., on expanding his parents’ optical-shop empire.
Kevin Huang, a 22-year-old college student, on getting reacquainted with his family’s bakery
Cynthia Koo, a 30-year-old designer, on managing the online presence of her parents’ restaurant
Olympia Moy, a 35-year-old activist, on trying to turn her parents' music school into more of a community gathering place