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10-months-long investigation by CityLab finds major cities throughout the U.S. have spent millions on mobile surveillance tools—but there are still few rules about what happens to the information they capture.
The Atlantic’s must-read on cities in midst of year-long expansion
Aggressive reporting on Trump’s executive orders drive record audience; site pacing to end January at all-time high
David Frum explains how President Trump could lead the U.S. toward illiberalism
Somerville will integrate design across platforms: the magazine, at TheAtlantic.com, in video, on stage at live events.
Winning nonprofits to be named March 30 at event in Washington, D.C.
“Everything We Know From Trump’s (Limited) Financial Disclosures” from The Atlantic’s Business team offers a line by line accounting of the president-elect’s FEC filings— more than 200 pages from 2015 and 2016.
Honoring fearless pursuit and expression of truth in journalism; deadline to enter is Friday, February 3, 2017; $25,000 first place award
Recent hires include McKay Coppins on politics, Culture Editor Jane Yong Kim, and Sarah Zhang on science, tech, and health
The Atlantic’s first daylong summit focused on gender, racial & economic disparities in Silicon Valley
Nearly half of Trump’s voters think life in their communities will get better; Two-thirds of white evangelicals feel “excited” or “satisfied” about the election outcome
Politics & Policy audience has tripled in 2016; Politics-focused magazine covers drive record newsstand sales
Online in full today and on newsstands this week
Sophie Gilbert Moves to Staff Writer, as The Atlantic builds out its Culture reporting
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In past week, independents and women make sizable shifts to Clinton
Plus: 3rd Annual Silicon Valley Insiders Poll; How America Outlawed Adolescence; and The Atlantic’s historic presidential endorsement