Signature matching—which one expert described as “witchcraft”—could lead to thousands of legitimate ballots being thrown out.
A recent string of demonstrations against Thailand’s military-backed government continues despite crackdowns by officials.
A Q&A with the filmmakers behind White Noise, The Atlantic’s first feature documentary
On the Rocks, starring Rashida Jones and Bill Murray, is a dose of much-needed escapism.
An overlooked corner of the Constitution hints at a right to be protected from infection.
I’m young and healthy, so what’s the point?
Donald Trump and Bill Barr are biting the hand that fed them.
A NASA mission to a distant space rock could reveal clues about the early solar system.
How anti-Trump women in America’s suburbs are ushering in a new era of political activism
Over the past decade, John Banville has frankly apprenticed himself to the masters, including Henry James and Raymond Chandler. With his new novel, he’s come full circle.
Sam Gambhir reimagined the field of cancer detection. Then he got cancer.
The rare Chilean soapbark tree produces compounds that can boost the body’s reaction to vaccines.
“He’s a chaos agent.”
“Our boyfriends, our significant others, and our husbands are supposed to be No. 1. Our worlds are backward.”
Bundle up, maybe grab a mug of hot cider, and enjoy this batch of recent fall photos.
The pandemic has revealed that higher education was never about education.
To a great many people in this country, my son deserves to die in prison. To another great many, Kyle Rittenhouse deserves the same fate. Neither outcome is just.
It’s not “Will Donald Trump win?”
QAnon has become a linchpin of far-right media—and the effort to preemptively delegitimize the election.
The Biden campaign is making its final pitch to energize an important constituency.