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.
Speakers include Senator Cory Booker, Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy, Orange is the New Black author Piper Kerman, Koch Industries General Counsel Mark Holden, Maryland Correctional Institution for Women Warden Margaret Chippendale
Featuring Atlantic writers Caitlin Flanagan, Megan Garber, Adrienne LaFrance, and Gillian White
Winners to be announced March 27 at symposium in New Orleans
Oligarchs, shady deals, foreign money—how Manafort helped contaminate Washington and corrupt U.S. politics
Bertrand to cover national security with focus on developments in the Trump-Russia investigation
Deadline to Enter: Friday, February 2, 2018; $25,000 First Place Award
Chartbeat data shows nearly 58 million minutes or 110 years of collective reading time for June cover story
Julia Ioffe reports from Russia on how far an emboldened Putin will go to get what he wants
With editor Adrienne LaFrance, Sharma will help oversee the site.
Most residents are optimistic about region’s direction amid concerns around managing rapid growth and preserving affordability
Plus: China’s Quest to Make Contact With Extraterrestrial Intelligence; Second Life and the Digital Ruins of a Forgotten Future;
Why Republican Is Not a Synonym for Racist; and the Perils of Children-Robot Friendships
Batiste’s reinterpretation of “The Battle Hymn of the Republic,” that he created for the Radio Atlantic podcast, is now streaming everywhere.
Editorial series debuts with support from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute’s Department of Science Education
Show begins November 8 with guest Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, as flagship Radio Atlantic podcast surpasses 1 million downloads.