The Atlantic

"In America people are innocent until proven guilty," film executive Avi Lerner said.
The Oscar nominee says he and his "Rhapsody" cast mates "found a way to persevere through everything that was thrown our way."
Singer, who was fired from "Bohemian Rhapsody," has previously been accused of sexual misconduct involving teenage boys.
Trump's actions are "an attack on the very foundations of America’s constitutional democracy," writes senior editor Yoni Appelbaum.
John Dingell says he can fix Congress with the swing of an ax.
The departing ESPN journalist will cover "the intersection of sports, race, politics, gender, and culture.”
The former Democratic presidential nominee penned a lengthy op-ed for The Atlantic, published on Sunday evening.
"The last few years for him have been years of significant changes,” The Atlantic's editor-in-chief said.
After controversies over a used hotel mattress and salary bumps, Millan Hupp and Sarah Greenwalt will leave the agency.
In a staff meeting, Jeffrey Goldberg and Ta-Nehisi Coates discussed the hiring and firing of a conservative writer. But it wound up being about a lot more than that.
Sources tell The Atlantic that an email from one of Pruitt's aides contradicts his claims.
The anti-abortion movement is—and has always been—about punishing women for their choices.
"I have come to the conclusion that The Atlantic is not the best fit for his talents, and so we are parting ways," Editor-in-Chief Jeffrey Goldberg wrote.
By Ed Yong On Wednesday, a team of scientists unveiled a newly discovered dinosaur that had the body and sickle-clawed feet
In the world of software, buzzwords come and go -- but if you watch their trajectory, you can see where things are going
I was an archetypical progressive educator, respecting the autonomy of students and empowering them to follow their passions
Access to a doctor is essential, but overall health, it seems, is the sum of what happens in a lifetime.