Is This How Discrimination Ends?
Trainings and workshops geared toward eliminating people’s hidden prejudices are all the rage—but many don’t work. Now the...
The Atlantic Daily: Health-Care Takeaways
How the AHCA would affect Americans, upcoming elections across the world, a rogue U.S. Border Patrol agent, and...
Sage, Ink: ‘Mildly Nauseous’
French Elections 2017: Who Will Win?
Abstention could affect the outcome.
The Climate March’s Big Tent Strategy Paid Off
The event's impressive turnout suggests the mainstream environmental justice movement has arrived.
Rarely seen photos record World War II in brilliant, immersive color
December 1942An Auxiliary Territorial Service (ATS) ‘spotter’ at a 3.7-inch anti-aircraft gun site.Image: Imperial War Museums (tr 453)Though...
NASA’s Nighttime Maps Reveal Humanity’s Impact on Earth
Advances in how satellites image the planet’s artificial lights are helping scientists estimate global patterns of energy use.
A New Study Says Humans Were in America 130,000 Years Ago
That’s 100,000 years earlier than previously thought—and most archaeologists aren’t buying it.
The Mystery of ‘Venus’s Hair’ After a Volcanic Eruption
How do long, white filaments grow out of barren rock?
French Election 2017: A Guide to the Candidates
The main contenders for the presidency have sharply differing visions of France’s future.