Bookmarks (1074)

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    The Problem With Wills

    A striking proportion of Americans doesn’t have one. Nontraditional families are left uniquely vulnerable.

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    What It Would Take to See the World Completely Differently

    The marine biologist Rachel Carson saw immense value in helping the public cultivate a sense of...

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    The Defiant Strangeness of Werner Herzog

    The director brings his signature theme—adventurers who share his quixotic compulsions—to his debut novel.

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    The Biggest Threat to Putin’s Control of Crimea

    Crimean Tatars have long helped shape Ukraine’s sense of self as a vibrant multiethnic, multiconfessional, multilingual...

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    Readers Offer Their Moral Dilemmas

    Would you press a button to eradicate cancer if 20 percent more marriages would end in...

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    Scenes From Svalbard

    Recent images of the landscapes and inhabitants of Svalbard, a Norwegian archipelago in the Arctic Ocean

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    The Atlantic Expands Books Coverage and Announces an Imprint With Independent Publisher Zando

    Atlantic Editions will publish a series of books by Atlantic writers. Today’s Books relaunch features cover...

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    The Atlantic’s June Cover Story: “Chasing Joan Didion”

    Caitlin Flanagan asks the greatest question of Didion’s lifetime: What was it that gave her such...

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    Actually, Summer Is Not Tomorrow

    Lizzie and Kaitlyn lose money on the Kentucky Derby, but win compliments on a bagel-shaped cake.

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    Introducing an Expanded Books Section

    This magazine has always been a destination for great writers and for those who love literature....

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    The America That Killed George Floyd

    In a new biography of the man whose murder sparked massive protests, two reporters tell a...

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    The Arrested Development of Geoff Dyer

    In The Last Days of Roger Federer, Geoff Dyer writes about what happens when creative geniuses...

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    21 Books to Get Lost in This Summer

    The Atlantic’s writers and editors have picked books to transport you, surprise you, and inspire you.

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    White Power, White Violence

    A manifesto is not something to be ignored; it’s a playbook for the next attack.

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    The Frenetic Basketball Nostalgia of Winning Time

    Three basketball-loving writers discuss the first season of HBO’s controversial series about the 1980s Lakers.

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    'SNL' Couldn’t Be Bothered

    In its penultimate episode of the season, the show delivered a sleepy collection of surface-level sketches.

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    When a Right Becomes a Privilege

    The main difference between the women who will make it to an abortion provider in a...

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    How Public Health Failed America

    The U.S. clearly failed to heed expert advice, but there’s plenty of blame to go around.

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    America’s Gun Plague

    Hatred alone is not an American phenomenon—easy access to deadly weapons is.

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    Alex Garland Knows You Might Hate 'Men'

    The director’s new horror film will probably alienate some viewers, but that was a risk he...

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    The Abortion Debate Is Suddenly About ‘People,’ Not ‘Women’

    What progressives lose when they won’t name the group most affected by abortion bans.

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    The Power of Laughing at Russia

    ‘If you are a good comedian in the U.S., you can have a late-night show. If...

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    Is a Common Virus Suddenly Causing Liver Failure in Kids?

    No one knows exactly why hundreds of kids have shown up with hepatitis, but investigators have...

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    Open Now: A Forest for the Trees

    Immersive art show from Glenn Kaino, The Atlantic, and Superblue creates a hidden forest in downtown...

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    The Allure of the Campus Novel

    Why schools provide such fertile ground for fiction: Your weekly guide to the best in books

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    The Clearest Account Yet of How Trump’s Team Botched the Pandemic

    Deborah Birx’s Silent Invasion offers more detail and nuance than any other pandemic book.

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    A Mathematical Formula for the Right Time to Show Up at a Party

    We made an interactive calculator—with help from a mathematician—that bypasses the confusion about what “fashionably late”...

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    The U.S. Is About to Make a Big Gamble on Our Next COVID Winter

    Experts are expected to choose a vaccine recipe for the fall, when Omicron may or may...

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    The Abortion Policy Most Americans Want

    I dug into the numbers, and found that views were more straightforward than I thought—and the...

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    Escape From Hong Kong

    Three prodemocracy activists on the run from Beijing, three wild and bizarre journeys to—and through—America

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    What’s the Point of Going to Brett Kavanaugh’s House?

    Demonstrators have largely given up on changing the Supreme Court justices’ minds. But they’re still showing...

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    Behold, the Bottomless Pit Holding Everything Together

    Astronomers have captured the Milky Way’s supermassive, mysterious abyss, 27,000 light-years from Earth.

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    Did James Parsons Kill His Wife?

    A bloodstain expert’s testimony helped put him in prison. But can forensic science be trusted?