In Pursuit of Happiness: The Atlantic Releases March Issue and Announces Spring Event on Building a More Meaningful Life
March cover package by Arthur C. Brooks on learning to want less; Jennifer Senior on the friendships that last; and Olga Khazan on her personality transplant
Atlantic Brand Partners Releases “Forces of Influence”
Consumer study reveals vast gulf between what consumers expect from brands and their perceived realities.
Nadja Drost Wins 2021 Michael Kelly Award for California Sunday Magazine Cover Story
Drost’s reporting chronicled the dangerous journeys of migrants crossing the Darién Gap at the Colombia-Panama border on their way to the United States.
The Atlantic Explores the Future of Living With Climate Change in New Planet Series
New report on cobalt mining and the clean-energy revolution
Famous People, by Kaitlyn Tiffany and Lizzie Plaugic, a Newsletter Starring Nobody Famous, Comes to The Atlantic
“Dear Therapist,” by Lori Gottlieb, also returning this month
Gal Beckerman, Maya Chung, and Emma Sarappo Join The Atlantic as Editors, Kicking Off Books Expansion
Mark Leibovich Joining The Atlantic as Staff Writer
Leibovich to begin this spring, as The Atlantic continues to train its editorial focus on the crisis facing democracy
Claudine Ebeid Joins The Atlantic as Executive Producer of Audio, Andrea Valdez Named a Managing Editor
‘January 6 Was Practice.’ The Atlantic Publishes Special Issue on American Democracy in Crisis.
Cover story by Barton Gellman on a Republican Party still in thrall to Donald Trump—and better positioned to subvert the next election than it was the last
The Atlantic, Artist Glenn Kaino, and Superblue Announce Immersive Art Experience
Exhibition, sponsored by Mastercard, set to open Spring 2022 in Los Angeles
The Atlantic Continues Newsletter Expansion With Work in Progress, Up for Debate, and The Good Word
‘The Bad Guys Are Winning’—Anne Applebaum on the Rise of Autocratic Power Around the World
The Atlantic’s December cover story exposes the conditions that have allowed the leaders of Venezuela, Belarus, Russia, China, and Turkey to thrive––at the expense of the world’s liberal democracies.
The Atlantic’s 2021 “Report on Diversity & Inclusion”
The Atlantic Promotes Krystle Champagne-Norwood to Executive Producer of Events Division AtlanticLIVE
The Atlantic Introduces Suite of Newsletters for Subscribers
Announcing newsletters by Jordan Calhoun, Nicole Chung, David French, Xochitl Gonzalez, Molly Jong-Fast, Tom Nichols, Imani Perry, Yair Rosenberg, and Charlie Warzel, with first issues published today
‘The Men Who Are Killing America’s Newspapers’
For The Atlantic’s November issue, McKay Coppins reports on Alden Global Capital, the secretive hedge fund that controls more than 200 newspapers.
Introducing How to Build a Happy Life and The Review––Two New Podcasts From The Atlantic
Hosted by Arthur C. Brooks and The Atlantic’s culture writers, weekly shows debut this week
Full Lineup Announced for The Atlantic Festival’s Ideas Stage, Live September 27–30 from 2 to 4 p.m.
Interviews with Dr. Anthony Fauci, Dr. Rochelle Walensky, Hillary Rodham Clinton, Eric Schmidt, Dallas Mavericks CEO Cynthia “Cynt” Marshall, EPA Administrator Michael Regan, and Senators Marco Rubio and Ben Sasse.
The Atlantic Devotes Chapter 3 of ‘Inheritance’ Project to ‘What the Body Holds’
“Inheritance” event at The Atlantic Festival on September 28, and exhibiting at Photoville in Brooklyn Bridge Park, opening September 18