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Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Paul Manafort, the onetime Trump campaign chairman, appears to be moving far more aggressively...
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In 1804, a young naturalist named John James Audubon tied silver threads to the legs of the eastern phoebes, tiny white-and-brown songbirds, that...
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Bryan Curtis reports a striking scene in “Jemele Hill and the Fight for the Future of ESPN,” his essay on America’s premier sports network and its...

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The Atlantic Technology 16 minutes ago
In 1804, a young naturalist named John James Audubon tied silver threads to the legs of the eastern phoebes, tiny white-and-brown songbirds, that...
The Atlantic Politics 4 hours ago
Bryan Curtis reports a striking scene in “Jemele Hill and the Fight for the Future of ESPN,” his essay on America’s premier sports network and its...
The Atlantic Lifestyle 4 hours ago
About 2,700 years ago, a distant star in our galaxy expelled a bunch of material at high speed, creating a thin shell around itself. Now, thanks to...
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One afternoon in early September, a small group of journalists, policy makers, and visitors in Berlin gathered for a lunch panel discussion, titled...
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FRANZ JOSEF, NEW ZEALAND—When I first see the kiwi chick, I briefly wonder if I’m actually looking at a real animal. It’s a grapefruit-sized sphere...
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The Ken Burns / Lynn Novick 18-hour series on The Vietnam War began its run on PBS on Sunday night and continues through this week and next. I felt...
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What We’re FollowingTrump at the UN: In his first speech before the United Nations General Assembly, President Trump declared the U.S. ready and...
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Earlier today, a magnitude 7.1 earthquake shook Mexico City, rattling skyscrapers and sending millions into the streets. At the moment, Reuters is...
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President Trump, whose surname became a byword for gilded opulence in the 1980s and 1990s, is reportedly leaning on his reelection campaign and the...
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Dozens of people are reportedly dead Tuesday after a magnitude 7.1 earthquake struck Mexico, on the anniversary of the 1985 quake that killed at...
The Atlantic Lifestyle 17 hours ago
Today in 5 LinesDuring his first address before the United Nations General Assembly, President Trump threatened to “totally destroy North Korea” and...
The Atlantic Politics 18 hours ago
President Trump’s contempt for his predecessor’s chief foreign policy accomplishment, the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), or the nuclear...
The Atlantic Politics 18 hours ago
The fate of the GOP’s 11th-hour effort to repeal the Affordable Care Act likely will come down to two familiar faces in the health-care debate...
The Atlantic Lifestyle 19 hours ago
Donald Trump’s first speech to the United Nations can best be understood as a response to his predecessor’s final one. On September 20, 2016, Barack...
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In a year of constant bad news across the retail sector, Toys “R” Us has become a little engine that couldn’t, filing for bankruptcy in a federal...
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Speaking before the UN General Assembly today, President Donald Trump announced that, unless North Korea gives up its nuclear weapons and ballistic...
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Viewed from the most obvious angle, the latest scoops about special counsel Robert Mueller investigating Paul Manafort are at best neutral news for...
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Next month, students at the University of Oxford will return for their fall semester, known as the “Michaelmas” term—named after the Feast of Saint...
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Yellowstone National Park, now 145 years old, was the first national park established in the world. In 2016, the 2.2-million-acre park was visited by...
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The first King’s Daughters—or filles du roi—arrived in New France in 1663, and 800 more would follow over the next decade. Given their numbers, they...
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When you think about terrorist attacks the way the Islamic State does, even blatant technical failure can become strategic success. It’s all about...
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