The Atlantic Daily: Will They or Won’t They? Trump and NATO Edition
The president’s summit with allies, a “body slam” in Montana, a U.S. citizen’s path to jihad, and more
What It’s Like to Use an Original Macintosh in 2017
The Internet Archive’s new software emulator will take you back to 1984.
The Supreme Court Finds North Carolina’s Racial Gerrymandering Unconstitutional
The justices end a six-year fight over 2011 congressional maps that diluted black voting strength in the state.
The Scramble for Post-ISIS Syria Has Officially Begun
A rare strike on Assad regime and its allies signals new dynamics in a long war.
20 Questions With Google’s Assistant and Apple’s Siri
The two digital helpers can now be used on the same phone. Which knows more about flight schedules,...
Cyberwar Is Officially Crossing Over Into the Real World
Online warfare already affects wreaks havoc on the physical world, and it's only going to get worse.
Richard Spencer is a troll and an icon for white supremacists. He was also my high-school classmate.
Five Reasons the Comey Affair Is Worse Than Watergate
A journalist who covered Nixon’s fall 45 years ago explains why the current challenge to America may be...
What Happens to Bears After They’re Rescued From Bile Farming?
The Vietnamese government believes it can stomp out the illegal industry within the next few years. If it...
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...