Readers—including members of the National Court Reporters Association—react to the finding that court stenographers often misunderstand Black English.
Readers react to Peter Wehner’s reflection on what he’s gained by leaving the Republican Party—and discuss how tribalism has shaped the political debate.
Readers respond to the Chicago mayor’s argument that policy makers would do well to question their assumptions about education reform.
This week marks the social network’s 15th anniversary. We asked readers to share their Facebook origin stories—and whether their interactions with the platform have changed over time.
Readers consider the implications of Bible-literacy programs in public schools.
Readers share their memories—the good, the bad, and the humiliating—from childhood gym class.
Readers respond to our December 2018 cover story and more.
Readers respond to Austin Murphy’s essay on going from writing for Sports Illustrated to delivering packages for Amazon.
Readers discuss the value of “potty parity”—and the potential drawbacks of a world with only gender-neutral restrooms.
Readers consider the effect of the Ocean Cleanup project on the neuston, an ecosystem at the water’s surface.
Readers discuss the drawbacks of a culture that promises simple skin-care miracles.
Readers weigh in on the lessons to be drawn from last week’s incident involving Covington Catholic High School students.
In the August 1963 issue, The Atlantic published King’s famous letter under the title “The Negro Is Your Brother.” Readers’ responses were largely positive.
Readers consider whether Congress should subpoena the president's translator.
Readers continue to share what they would add to The Atlantic’s list of moments that define an improbable presidency—and share their views on how these moments will shape the president’s legacy.
Readers share what they would add to The Atlantic’s list of moments that define an improbable presidency.
Readers respond to George Packer’s argument that a government shutdown looks like the beginning of the end that America’s 16th president always knew was possible.
Readers respond to a proposal to reapportion the Senate.
We asked readers of The Atlantic Daily to tell us about how the U.S. government shutdown has impacted them or others they know.
A former Trump supporter explains how the government shutdown is affecting her one-income family—and why she no longer supports the president.