Dispatches from The Atlantic's two-day conference in the U.S. capital
Fourteen years ago in The Atlantic, and three months after the September 11 attacks, Bruce Hoffman wrote on terrorism…
The former vice president announces a surprising business achievement, and both cautionary and encouraging political and environmental views.
While secretary of state, she worked from home so that moms and dads could be with their kids on a snow day.
“Politicians spend 75 percent of their money on 30-second TV ads.”
Theo Padnos, an American journalist, was kidnapped in Syria and held for almost two years by the al-Nusra Front. Last…
Colin Powell on his famous “you break it, you own it” view of war, and how it’s nice to have a doctrine named after you.
The Smithsonian’s African American History Museum, with the help of a worldwide network of scholars, will display pieces of the formerly sunken São José.
Everybody, the movement’s co-founder says, has a civic duty to “stand on the side of people who have been oppressed for generations.”
The former Republican nominee on his would-be heirs, including Donald Trump
Russia needs to understand the importance of a political resolution to the civil war, Ben Rhodes says.
Flying robots: a fun new thing for everyone—from normals to celebrity wedding planners—to worry about when planning a ceremony
Republican Senator Bob Corker says one operation in 2013 could have made the real difference.