Under a consent decree with the U.S. Department of Justice, the troubled force will employ a variety of measures to protect constitutional rights and correct racial disparities.
An exclusive look at a radical movement whose leaders hail the rise of Trump
Montgomery County traffic, Cirrus Four-Three-Five Sierra Romeo taking Runway One-Four, VFR [visual flight rules] departure to the west, Montgomery. …
In response to Ta-Nehisi’s cover story “My President Was Black,” Daniel Foster, a contributing for National…
The year-long inquiry uncovered “systemic” violations of Chicago residents’ civil rights.
Five people were killed and 37 injured in an attack reports say was perpetrated by a lone gunman who is in custody.
Why would four suspects in Chicago broadcast the torture of a man on Facebook Live?
Just after the election,The Atlantic sent photographers to naturalization ceremonies across the U.S. to meet people on the day they became citizens.
In writing about the inevitable but sad passing of my last surviving uncle, Robert L. Fallows of the Philadelphia area…
This is the first of three posts on this New Year’s Day, building toward a change in (my part of…
Part of our ongoing series of photo essays at the Atlantic titled Americans at Work. This week, observations of the daily commute made workers in big cities from photographer Cassandra Zampini.
A reader sends an autumnal view over Pennsylvania: Here’s a shot of Point State Park at the…
The officials include two people appointed by Governor Rick Snyder to run the city.
The key to capturing history? Be as lucky as you are ferocious.
This week’s essay focuses on inner-city agriculture programs by photographer Preston Gannaway.
Sheriff Joe Arpaio of Arizona’s Maricopa County reveals the “profound” and quite “disturbing” results of his five-year investigation into the president’s birth certificate.
Across 500 pages of transcript drawn from the sunken freighter’s bridge, crew members question the decision to sail into Hurricane Joaquin and gradually grasp their perilous situation.
How a small, Midwestern town has changed over the decades—and where it aims to go