The former president finally did what his supporters have waited for him to do since Donald Trump became president. He spoke up.
There’s a better use for the social platform’s new tool than spamming your friends.
The company’s website continually crashed during its much-touted Prime Day event, but sales were still higher than ever.
The entire gang is back for a reprise of 2008’s hit jukebox-musical movie—this time with some deep cuts from ABBA’s catalog.
Brett Kavanaugh, Trump’s latest nominee for the bench, graduated from a Catholic high school. So did four of the current Justices.
The president’s deferential posture toward Russia highlights his staffers’ lack of influence.
The spectacle in Helsinki is over. Now it’s time for Congress—and the American people—to act.
High in the Mountains of Lesotho, sits Afriski, one of only two ski resorts in southern Africa.
Four hundred years after Galileo discovered the planet’s biggest satellites, astronomers are still finding the smallest ones.
The president’s performance in Helsinki wasn’t defensible—but neither was it treasonous.
“Each person comes into our group thinking they are a freak.”
The FX drama Pose is the rare example of a show that actually gives trans actors top billing—an effort made all the more urgent by a recent controversy that saw Scarlett Johansson cast as a transgender man.
The Washington Nationals slugger, arguably the sport’s most famous player, no longer numbers among its best.
The notion that America can simply move beyond Russia’s electoral interference is fantasy.
Why the founder of Girls Who Code stayed in a role she hated before leaving the private sector
A new survey from The Atlantic and the Public Religion Research Institute shows that black and Hispanic citizens are more likely than whites to face barriers at the polls—and to fear the future erosion of their basic political rights.
A new poll by The Atlantic and the Public Religion Research Institute finds that Democrats and Republicans have wildly divergent views on core democratic issues, including Russian election interference.
Two Democrats feel that the Supreme Court nominee misled them about his awareness of terror-detainee policy during the Bush administration.
In his own news conference with Vladimir Putin, Emmanuel Macron displayed strength and diplomatic agility. President Trump? Not so much.
Trump said nothing new in Helsinki—but his remarks clarified and distilled into a single frame his appalling disregard for an assault on America.
The president found no safe harbor on his favorite network after his controversial press conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
The president made a shocking statement. Plus France’s World Cup victory, the history of hot-air balloons, and more.
During a joint press conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin, President Trump rejected the consensus among the U.S. intelligence community that Russia interfered in the 2016 presidential election.
The president’s remarks casting doubt on Russian interference in the 2016 election drew rebukes both implicit and explicit from those close to, and within, his own administration.
All his life, Justin managed to escape his own story—until now.
The effects of HQ2 on your city—and you
Come Inside My Mind, airing on HBO Monday night, is a thoughtful and wistful portrait of an elusive subject.
At stake was not only a clash of soccer teams, but also a clash of worldviews.
In Helsinki, the president preferred to pin the problem on “many years of U.S. foolishness and stupidity.”
The comedian’s new Showtime series should be shocking, but its wildest stunts only confirm how trollish U.S. politics has become.