On August 21, an eclipse will sweep across the United States, from the redwood forests of Oregon to the shores of South Carolina. Read The Atlantic’s coverage here.
How artists navigate their industries, hone their craft, and make a living
A celebration of the life and legacy of Jane Austen, 200 years after her death
Each year, one in every 20 Americans racks up just as much in medical bills as another 19 combined. This critical 5 percent of the U.S. population is key to solving the nation's health-care spending crisis.
Testing the therapies of the future
The possibilities and pitfalls of mentorship
Beyond the age of mass incarceration
A collection of essays from technologists and scholars about how machines are reshaping civil society
How networks of computers are increasingly transforming the human world, from blockchains to the Internet of Things
Glimpses of professional life in the U.S.
Ideas from a changing world
On beauty routines, and when they fail
What the new president has in store for the United States and the world
Highlights from the year in culture
It wasn’t that long ago that we were ready to rule the world.
First drafts of a history
Personal security in a hacked world
Read what American workers have to say about their work
An exploration of the fundamental concepts of modern life