The world that will face America's next president
Writers assess the controversial statesman's ideas and his legacy
One hundred years ago, in the summer of 1914, a series of events set off an unprecedented global conflict that ultimately claimed the lives of more than 16 million people, dramatically redrew the maps of Europe, and set the stage for the 20th Century.
Dispatches from Washington Ideas Week
How does a multi-ethnic society navigate the tensions between identity and assimilation?
Imagining the ideal school system
An Atlantic original series explores new perspectives on how to live a meaningful life
America's struggle to cope with the relentless threats of the post-9/11 world
Stories from the games in Rio
Triumphs and trials of women in leadership
Exploring the frontiers of medicine
The Atlantic's coverage of the Republican and Democratic nominations for the U.S. presidential election
Satellites, balloons, lasers — the coming information age in space.
Reviewing works by first-time novelists
From Battleship to Barbie, how culture for young consumers shapes the identities they construct
Americans weigh in on financial shame
Profiles of America’s immigrant communities
Battles over U.S. Supreme Court nominations—and the struggles over constitutional interpretation they represent
Security, privacy, commerce, and code