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The Dating Year in Review

Jamie Silverman | Posted 01.25.2016 | New York
Jamie Silverman

OkCupid recently published their 'year in review' which is essentially a summary of the trends they've noticed within their dating ranks over the cour...


Deborah De Santis | Posted 01.19.2016 | Impact
Deborah De Santis

There are solutions to many of the challenges facing our society today. This isn't just New Year's optimism; it comes from what I see every day. My faith in supportive housing stems from proof that it solves some of the toughest issues and the promising results springing from its many applications.

Political Correctness Really Does Work -- in Politics, Marriage and Life

Stuart Muszynski | Posted 01.12.2016 | Politics
Stuart Muszynski

The bad rap that political correctness gets is because those who attack it really want to say anything they want to say, wherever they want to say it, no matter whom they offend and, in many cases, no matter how rude they are.

'The Atlantic' To Launch New Politics Section, Election Hub

Politico | Gabriel Arana | Posted 01.07.2016 | Media

The Atlantic is launching a new politics section and election hub, and will triple its reporting, events and business staffs as it absorbs some Nation...

Is It Now Harder To Come Out As Gay... Or Evangelical?

The Huffington Post | Cavan Sieczkowski | Posted 02.02.2016 | Queer Voices

A conservative researcher thinks it is harder to come out as a Christian in the United States nowadays than it is to come out as gay. Ryan And...

Watch The Atlantic's LGBT Summit Live

The Atlantic | Curtis M. Wong | Posted 02.02.2016 | Queer Voices

The Atlantic's inaugural LGBT summit will convene wide-ranging conversations on queer identity in America, at the end of a game-changing year in aren...

I'm a College Admissions Consultant, and I Tell My Students to Get Bs

Melissa Chen | Posted 12.09.2015 | College
Melissa Chen

As a college admissions counselor, I see parents and students all the time who stress out about every test taken and every hour of community service served. I try to remind them to remember the bigger picture -- that nothing is worth it if a student is miserable.

Why Wild Turkeys Hate The Wild

The Atlantic | Jacqueline Howard | Posted 11.26.2015 | Science

William Bradford, looking out at Plymouth from the Mayflower in 1620, was struck by its potential. “This bay is an excellent place,” he l...

A Conversation With Ta-Nehisi Coates

Harvard University’s Institute of Politics | Posted 11.13.2015 | College
Harvard University’s Institute of Politics

This past summer, I read Atlantic Media journalist Ta-Nehisi Coates' new book Between the World and Me. To say it had a profound impact on me and the way I understand race relations in the U.S does not do the piece justice. I finished it with a dropped jaw.

Univision, The Atlantic To Launch Spanish-Language CityLab Latino

The Huffington Post | Judah Robinson | Posted 11.10.2015 | Media

Hoping to tap into the growing Latino media market, Univision Digital and The Atlantic announced Tuesday they would partner to launch CityLab Latino,...

The Atlantic Casts an Early Vote for More of the Same

Caleb Brooks | Posted 10.27.2015 | Media
Caleb Brooks

Given their typically unprolific publishing pace, The Atlantic and its subsidiary, Quartz, snuck in what amounted to a relative barrage of jabs at Bernie Sanders around midday on Monday.

The Atlantic To Launch 'Washington Bureau,' Pivot National Journal On Membership Services

The Huffington Post | Gabriel Arana | Posted 10.27.2015 | Media

Three months after announcing it would shutter the print magazine for its politics- and policy-focused National Journal, the Atlantic Media Company a...

The Atlantic Announces Expansion

The Atlantic | Judah Robinson | Posted 10.27.2015 | Media

Some home news—we sent the following email to our colleagues at The Atlantictoday, and thought we should share it with you as well. We should pr...

Living on $2 Per Day

Peter A. Georgescu | Posted 10.14.2015 | Impact
Peter A. Georgescu

We can hire more people tomorrow. We can invest in new ventures next week. Most of all, we can raise wages. These are choices people in the private sector can be making immediately--nothing is stopping us but our willful blindness to the crisis around us.

Headlines, the TSA, the Scientist and Me

Paula Gordon | Posted 10.09.2015 | Politics
Paula Gordon

Contrary to the scare headlines, the TSA's SPOT method is working and there's data* to support that conclusion. Whence the headlines? The tests of TSA's effectiveness were themselves ineffective. Dr. Ekman elaborated.

Ta-Nehisi Coates: The Black Family In The Age Of Mass Incarceration

The Atlantic | Whitney Snyder | Posted 09.14.2015 | Black Voices

After decades of mass incarceration that have left the United States with the largest incarcerated population in the world, politicians of all str...

Punched Bloody by a Hand We Think Is Invisible, We See Only Trump and Fox. But There's Worse

Jim Sleeper | Posted 08.27.2015 | Politics
Jim Sleeper

While apocalyptic religious and racist ranting can provoke emotionally disturbed people, so can journalism and entertainment that massage hatreds too diffuse to be called racist, religious or ideological.

Stop Talking About 'Screen Time,' Start Thinking About Screen Use

The Huffington Post | Alexander Howard | Posted 08.28.2015 | Impact

In a new episode of "If Our Bodies Could Talk" published at on Thursday, health columnist Dr. James Hamblin takes a funny, whimsical l...

The Incredible Shrinking Mineral: How It Went from King Coal to Coal Kills

Javier Sierra | Posted 08.27.2015 | Green
Javier Sierra

Coal is a dead man walking because of two fundamental reasons: the revelation of the true cost of its deadly pollution and the booming clean energy economy. Both reasons disproportionately impact the Latino community.

After 17 Years of Devotion, Ella Baff Exits Jacob's Pillow

Alexandra Villarreal | Posted 08.20.2015 | Arts
Alexandra Villarreal

But while Baff's physical imprint on the property has been huge, it's her realized vision of Jacob's Pillow as a breeding ground for art that has made the largest impact on dance.

Do Trigger Warnings On Campus Cause More Harm Than Good?

The Huffington Post | Jared Greenhouse | Posted 08.14.2015 | College

Trigger warnings, a means of preemptively alerting an audience to potentially distressing material, have been widely adopted by college prof...

Jeffrey Goldberg's Assault on Free Speech

Chaker Khazaal | Posted 08.14.2015 | Media
Chaker Khazaal

Let me be clear, I have no sympathy for the Muslim Brotherhood and would never cast a vote in their favor. However, labeling the Arabic HuffPost as a mouthpiece for the Muslim Brotherhood is not only patently false, it is an attempt to constrain free speech that endangers journalists who are already suffering for simply reporting facts, or their insight, on Arab issues.

3 Quick Notes About 'The Coddling of the American Mind'

Greg Lukianoff | Posted 08.11.2015 | College
Greg Lukianoff

I hope you'll read the whole article, which defies a quick summary, but there are three additional things I need to say about the piece.

New Republic Taps Food Writer Corby Kummer

The Huffington Post | Gabriel Arana | Posted 08.04.2015 | Media

The New Republic has tapped food writer Corby Kummer to write about the intersection of food and culture, the magazine announced Tuesday.   ...

Work and Love: A Psychotic's Recipe for Recovery

Robert David Jaffee | Posted 07.29.2015 | Healthy Living
Robert David Jaffee

Schizophrenics like to work. And fall in love too. This may seem surprising to some people, but Freud had it right a century or so ago when he said ...