A look at what happened in 2014 and what to watch in 2015
The sitcoms, superhero shows, and limited series worth checking out over the next few months
Shortly before 9/11, officials foresaw a fundamental shift in the nature of power.
Get ready for starships, sailors, and Streeps.
Looking for action in the year ahead? Ignore Washington and concentrate on what's going on in statehouses, the court system, and the presidential contest.
Government agencies are falling short in their efforts to reform education, so corporations are stepping in. But will they do more harm than good?
When people around the world woke up, and when they slept in, in 2014
From GDP growth in China to consumer debt in the U.S., the stories to watch next year.
This year, Jesus, Noah, and Moses all had starring roles in major films. But despite the Hollywood's new fixation on religion, the Almighty still proves difficult capture.
Kids were fed an alphabet soup of uniform standards and tests, and no one was happy about it.
The Atlantic's Business editors break down the year's most divisive economic conversation.
"Like an Uber for" became one of the most hackneyed phrases in tech this year. It's also one of the most profound.
Highlights from 12 months of interviews with writers about their craft and the authors they love
From the fall of oil prices to the rise of ISIS, a look at this year's most significant events
The Atlantic's film critic picks the top titles—and doles out some less-conventional awards.
2014 wasn't just a pendulum swing—it was the closing of a chapter in American politics.
From industrial robots to wheat production to female billionaires, the statistics that lurked behind the scenes this year
Staff selections, from Taylor Swift to Sleater-Kinney to Kendrick Lamar
It's a crutch word—so, in 2015, let’s take it out.
Experts weigh in on what to take away from the devastation of the disease.
And the titles their authors say they loved
Robin Williams, Maya Angelou, Ben Bradlee, and 11 others who made an impact