The president promised to keep unauthorized immigrant families together. Plus what it’s like to change careers, advice for aging, and more.
It’s not a good snapshot of the economy, which is incomprehensible anyway, and we now have far more information to understand the country’s companies.
President Trump signed an executive order he said would end his administration’s policy of separating families at the border.
A collection of images from the southern U.S. border by the Getty Images photographer John Moore, showing the landscape, those who patrol the border, and those who choose to risk everything to cross it.
The president said he plans to sign an executive order keeping undocumented immigrant children with their parents, but the plan contradicts his earlier statement and might be illegal.
The U.S., which withdrew from the organization Tuesday, had sought to reform it.
The Atlantic convenes health experts to find solutions.
A corollary to a politics of destabilized truth is a politics of destabilized empathy.
“After many years I felt my hand, as if a hollow shell, got filled with life again.”
Automakers wanted rule changes. But not, they say, these rule changes.
When kids separated from their families on the U.S.-Mexico border can’t get hugs or physical comfort from the caretakers at their shelters—or even from one another—their experience becomes even more traumatic.
Mixed directives from Trump have left Republicans yet another obstacle in their path to immigration reform.
To preserve the political and cultural preeminence of white Americans against a tide of demographic change, the administration has settled on a policy of systemic child abuse.
Two practitioners apply a decade of research on Central American families to understand the impacts of the administration’s new policy.
How the hopeful protests of June 2013 were co-opted by forces intent on bringing down the left.
Brad Bird’s sequel to his 2004 classic is a pointed response to the increasing ubiquity of comic-book movies.
Countering Trump’s extremism with still more extremism will do no good for any principle of freedom.
Technology has streamlined Dover, the busiest port in the United Kingdom. But nothing has prepared it for the Brexit transition.
As a demagogic president seeks to escape accountability by attacking the press, a Fox News host is irresponsibly echoing his sweeping attacks on mainstream outlets.
In The Handmaid’s Tale, a callous, theocratic regime uses scripture to justify forcibly removing children from their parents.
While his administration cited its criticism of Israel, the White House also wants to distance itself from a body critical of its own policies.
I know looks aren’t everything, but I can’t stand the way my body is changing as I age.
The hyperlocal social-media platform highlights small grievances—and proves that neighbors have more in common than they think.
The short-term promise of easy cash can trap individuals in bad long-term conditions.
In 2018, everything is a metaphor.
A series of conversations about being fired, retired, aged out, and laid off
“So often, I see signs that they’re looking for someone younger. Ads ask for ‘digital natives’ and people who ‘live, eat, and dream social media.’”
James T. Green landed his dream job right out of college. But when workplace stress collided with a tumultuous period in his own life, he decided he needed to quit to save his health.
In 1966, Nancy Bancroft entered a convent, took the habit, and changed her name. Seven years later, she chose to leave—and rejoined a radically changed world.
Delissa Reynolds, an actress, ran a popular local bar for years, until the neighborhood changed.