Purdum to cover Politics and Hollywood from new Los Angeles bureau
Features include: “When Children Say They’re Trans,” “Being Black in America Can Be Hazardous to Your Health,” “When the Next Plague Hits”
Loeb will oversee expanded coverage of Washington and doubling of The Atlantic’s politics team in 2018.
Speakers include: Baltimore Health Commissioner Leana Wen, Deputy Housing Commissioner Alice Kennedy, Bon Secours Hospital CEO Samuel Ross, City Food Policy Director Holly Freishtat
First episode asks: Why can’t Facebook tell the truth?
Question Your Answers platform expands with film starring Westworld’s Jeffrey Wright
Williams Joins as Senior Editor on the Culture Desk, Lorenz as Staff Writer on Technology
Honored for reporting on the war against Boko Haram and the lives shattered by the group’s violence
Senior editor Derek Thompson to host new tech and culture podcast, "Crazy/Genius," launching in May
Parsons will oversee editorial recruitment, talent cultivation, and journalist development across The Atlantic’s expanding newsroom
Recognition comes with $150,000 in grants from Allstate
Yoni Appelbaum To Be First Editor of Forthcoming Section
Led by Rebecca Rosen, new initiative to report on the cultural, political & economic forces shaping America’s families
Reporting from the Associated Press, Miami Herald, The New York Times, and The Washington Post Recognized for fearless pursuit and expression of truth in journalism
Summit to feature presentation of the Renewal Awards from The Atlantic and Allstate to five nonprofits from around the country
Features rarely published King speeches, excerpts From Atlantic archives, and new contributions from John Legend, Jesse Williams, LaToya Ruby Frazier, Kara Walker, John Lewis, Vann Newkirk, Matt Desmond, Eve L. Ewing
In interview, Arpaio reinforces infamous 2008 comment about Tent City: “I’m not going to back down. So what? Maybe it is a concentration camp.”
Over the next 12 months, The Atlantic will add as many as 100 new staff.