The president crossed an important line when he canceled a meeting with the Danish prime minister. By Thomas Wright , Senior fellow at the Brookings Institution | The Atlantic Snow covered mountains rise above the harbour and town of Tasiilaq, Greenland, June 15, 2018.
Read more Juan Sanchez was once hailed as a champion for social justice. Then his network of shelters started taking in children split from their relatives. By JEREMY RAFF | The Atlantic
AUSTIN, Texas—Juan Sanchez, the founder of America’s largest network of shelters for detained migrant children, greeted his employees at the company’s Thanksgiving potluck last November.…
Read more Recent television shows and news stories raise a similar question: Can systems of oppression function without the involvement of women?
SOPHIE GILBERT | The Atlantic LAURA CAVANAUGH / GETTY / HULU / SHOWTIME / PAUL SPELLA / THE ATLANTIC … This article contains spoilers regarding recent episodes of The Handmaid’s Tale and The Loudest Voice . Read more
Phil Woods & The Japanese Rhythm Machine -- Spring Can Really Hang You Up The Most
Phil Woods (as,ss),
Hideo Ichikawa (p),
Mitsuaki Furuno (b),
George Otsuka (ds)
Album：”Phil Woods & The Japanese Rhythm Machine”
Recorded：Live at Kosei Nenkin-Kaikan, Tokyo, July 31,1975 …
Read more The writer Ben Howe grew up in the world of conservative evangelicalism. When he looks at the religious right now, all he sees is a thirst for power and domination. By EMMA GREEN | The Atlantic Faith leaders place their hands on the shoulders of U.S.
Read more Many leading Democratic candidates are running against free trade, but trade is popular—especially in Iowa. By Peter Beinart , Professor of journalism at the City University of New York | The Atlantic Democratic 2020 U.S. presidential candidate and former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden speaks at the Iowa State Fair in Des Moines, Iowa, U.S.,
Read more Yuancheng used an army of young, perky salespeople to peddle illegal chemicals to Americans. By BEN WESTHOFF | The Atlantic Yuancheng’s headquarters in Wuhan, ChinaBEN WESTHOFF
Ye Chuan Fa works in a cubicle. His small station is indistinguishable from those of the hundreds of employees at his chemical company, Yuancheng, which translates roughly to “extended success.”…
Read more How Gears of War helped me come out By SPENCER A. KLAVAN| The Atlantic ROSE WONG
I came out to my dad while we were playing
Spider-Man 3 on PlayStation 2. People ask me if it was hard—he’s a political conservative and a Christian, and they wonder if I was afraid he would condemn me.… Read more