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Can American Universities Protect Democracy?

Fernando Reimers | Posted 02.09.2017 | Politics
Fernando Reimers

A recent article in The Atlantic by David Frum titled ‘How to build an autocracy’, presents a dystopian scenario in which democracy breaks down in...

The 10 Best Health Stories Of 2016

The Huffington Post | Allison Fox | Posted 12.29.2016 | Healthy Living

As journalists, we always appreciate a good story and we’re eager to read everything we can. As the year draws to a close, we collected our favorite...

A Unified Field Theory and Resource Guide That Explain How Trump Might Win

Art Levine | Posted 11.26.2016 | Politics
Art Levine

On this election day, it seems impossible to believe that Donald Trump is within striking distance of the White House.

The Atlantic Makes Its Third Endorsement Ever To Oppose Trump

The Huffington Post | Mollie Reilly | Posted 10.05.2016 | Media

The Atlantic endorsed Hillary Clinton for president on Wednesday, marking the magazine’s third presidential endorsement in its 159-year history. The...

News in Motion: How Video Is Affecting Journalism

Jonathan Savitt | Posted 09.14.2016 | Media
Jonathan Savitt

Though the exact beginning point of journalism can be debated, one aspect of the field that remains a constant is the continuous evolution of methodology and process. What is considered news? How are stories shared? What makes reporting ethical or unethical? These are just a few of the important questions that have been refined over time.

After Tearing Up South, Hermine Threatens Northeast

Reuters | Annum Masroor | Posted 09.04.2016 | Green

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Storm Hermine churned off the U.S. Middle Atlantic Coast on Sunday, threatening to regain hurricane strength after carving a path...

Energy & the Environment Positions in the 2016 Election - Dispatch from the 2016 Democratic National Convention

Joan Michelson | Posted 08.03.2016 | Politics
Joan Michelson

The Democratic and Republican platforms and their nominees' energy plans reflect complete opposite views. Here's a round-up of the differences, including excerpts from selected energy and environment events this week in Philadelphia where historic Philadelphia rolled out the red carpet and an analysis by top energy consultant, Peter Kelly- Detwiler* of Northbridge Energy.

Major Media Get Climate Change Wrong (Again)

David Vognar | Posted 07.26.2016 | Green
David Vognar

In an editorial in Saturday's paper, the Chicago Tribune editorial board said that we still need coal, oil and gas because solving climate change is too complex. Such handwaving doesn't pass the smell test: they haven't done their homework.

Choosing A Partner, Veep Or Otherwise

Kristina DiPalo | Posted 07.12.2016 | Women
Kristina DiPalo

Candidate searches desperately for their "missing half" by listing out the must-haves and deal-breakers, they spend time meeting up with potential suitors and, in the end, wait for that lighting bolt to strike. Cue the swelling violins and fade to dreams of happy governing ever after.

Seniors Offer The Most Unexpected Sex Advice To Younger People

The Huffington Post | Yagana Shah | Posted 07.13.2016 | Fifty

Young folks, if you’re looking for the best sex advice, don’t turn to glossy relationship magazines written by people your own age. The best sex a...

Here's Proof Telling An Anxious Person To 'Calm Down' Doesn't Work

The Huffington Post | Lindsay Holmes | Posted 07.06.2016 | Healthy Living

The panicked feeling you get right before a big presentation is hardly cause for excitement. But viewing it as one may be the key to a better performa...

Pundits' New Lament: Clinton Might Win, But She Won't Win The Right Way

Eric Boehlert | Posted 05.06.2016 | Media
Eric Boehlert

That distant rumble you're hearing from the Beltway is the sounds of pundits eagerly excavating as they dig up the campaign goal posts established for Hillary Clinton's presidential run and reset them during the middle of the race.

Neal Gabler Is Not a Voice of the Struggling Middle Class

Nathan Timmel | Posted 04.29.2016 | Business
Nathan Timmel

Since landing a cover story in The Atlantic, The Secret Shame of Middle Class Americans, he's been interviewed multiple times. I've stumbled across him on NPR, online, and the radio program On Point.

The Secret Joy Of Growing Up Without Money

Laura Rowley | Posted 04.22.2016 | Fifty
Laura Rowley

When you're given the gift of not coming from money, you watch your pennies. You work full-time and have side gigs, always. You know that not only will your parents not be able to help with the kids' college tuition, they won't be able to help with the mortgage or groceries if the bottom falls out.

Universities, Safe-Spaces, and the Partisan Divide

Chad Williams | Posted 03.19.2017 | College
Chad Williams

The safe-space is a concept I agree with entirely in concept but less so in practice. I firmly believe that students at any university should be able to feel that they are a valued part of the student body and not be subjected to hate speech or excessive insensitivity.

New York Times Names James Bennet Editorial Page Editor

The Huffington Post | Michael Calderone | Posted 03.14.2016 | Media

NEW YORK -- Atlantic editor-in-chief James Bennet is returning to the New York Times as editorial page editor, the paper announced Monday. Andy Rosent...

If The Content Is Dope, That's All That Matters

Alona Elkayam | Posted 02.08.2017 | Business
Alona Elkayam

It was July 2015, about six months before the Federal Trade Commission released their guidelines on native advertising, when I received this email bel...

The Dating Year in Review

Jamie Silverman | Posted 01.25.2017 | 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...

Solutions

Deborah De Santis | Posted 01.19.2017 | 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 01.12.2017 | 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 Anderson, a...

Watch The Atlantic's LGBT Summit Live

The Atlantic | Curtis M. Wong | Posted 01.05.2017 | 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 arena...

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

Melissa Chen | Posted 11.30.2016 | 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 later wrot...