Law enforcement needs to protect those who prioritize their sworn duties above loyalty to their peers.
If we want university presidents to safeguard the well-being of their communities, we need to change the way they’re evaluated.
The ambitious sequel once again forces players to confront their own brutality. But to what end?
New York’s Queer Liberation March extended its celebration of Stonewall to Black Lives Matter, ditching corporate sponsorships while retaining a sense of joy.
An urgent look at a country in chaos, by The Atlantic’s staff writers and contributors.
Season 4 of the Trump show just doesn’t have the zest and sparkle of the previous seasons.
Intentional voter suppression and unintentional suppression of the vote will collide in November.
May’s dreams of flattening the curve fell to the surge in coronavirus cases in late June. Now July threatens to test Americans’ resolve.
The idea of child care as women’s (unpaid) work holds the issue back in political discussions.
U.S. coronavirus testing could fail again, as surging demand creates new backlogs and delays.
Recent images of the Antarctic landscape, wildlife, and research facilities, as well as some of the work taking place there
As states and cities waffle on pandemic restrictions, public health has become individuals’ responsibility.
The former attorney general compared the president to a Middle Eastern strongman.
The chief justice is signaling his willingness to roll back abortion rights—if only activists would listen.
The Lincoln Project partakes of the spirit of a famous Republican president—but he’s not its namesake.
Trump is reliving a defining moment in his presidency—and enacting the lessons he took from it.
And they’re doing so for a surprising reason.
Imagine if the National Transportation Safety Board investigated America’s response to the coronavirus pandemic.
It’s time to try baby bonds.
The nation isn’t in a celebratory mood. But the BET Awards struck a delicate balance between honoring black artists and reckoning with current events.