America In Person launches with stories on evangelical church-planting and the diverse internet subcultures created by the pandemic investing boom.
First Peabody for The Atlantic awarded for narrative podcast about New Orleans after the flood
First Pulitzer for The Atlantic awarded for Yong’s reporting on the coronavirus pandemic
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With rare and extensive access to the prime minister, McTague reports from inside the controlled chaos of Downing Street.
Bruenig will cover the intersection of politics, religion, and culture, and begins later this month.
For The Atlantic’s June issue, Clint Smith asks what it will take to end the myth of the Lost Cause
Valdez is the founding editor in chief of The 19th, and will join The Atlantic later this month.
Reporting and essays from Clint Smith, Annette Gordon-Reed, Sasha Banks, Caleb Gayle, Anya Groner, William Sturkey, Luke Winkie
Audiences will explore the human hold on happiness and ways to build a more meaningful life.
David Treuer’s cover story marks the launch of a new series from The Atlantic that seeks to reconsider the legacy of America’s wildlands.
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Illustrations from The Atlantic's pandemic journalism reflect a challenging year
In “Private Schools Are Indefensible,” Caitlin Flanagan describes the obscene gulf between how rich kids and poor kids are educated in America.
Multiyear reporting project debuts on the cover of the March issue with essays from Vann R. Newkirk II, Clint Smith, Anna Deavere Smith, Jemele Hill, Danielle Allen, and Anna Holmes