A Terror Attack in Texas

On Sunday night, two gunmen opened fire outside a complex in Garland, Texas, that was hosting a contest...

By Adam / May 4, 2015

Which New Yorkers Should Move to L.A.?

LOS ANGELES–Over the weekend, The New York Times published an amusing article about New Yorkers discovering...

By Conor / May 4, 2015

China Factory Gauge Shows Weakness in April

China’s manufacturing sector turned in its weakest performance in a year, suggesting that Beijing may need...

By WSJ.com: / May 4, 2015

For Clinton, a Trust Deficit to Surmount

Chris Cillizza, Washington Post...

By Chris / May 4, 2015

Large, Diverse Field May Help GOP Against Hillary

Matt Lewis, Telegraph...

By Matt / May 3, 2015

DNA Testing Firm Myriad Fights Off Rivals

Nearly two years after the Supreme Court struck down its gene patents, DNA testing company Myriad is fighting...

By WSJ.com: / May 3, 2015

Build Your Vocabulary, "Ass Baton" Edition

As I mentioned in a previous post, I have spent the past five days on a criminal-trial jury in D.C. Superior...

By James / May 2, 2015

William Pfaff: Clarity in the American Interest

I am not taking time now to dig around and find some of the best examples of the clear-headed perspective...

By James / May 2, 2015

The Political Opportunity of a Drought

“I can tell you, from California, climate change is not a hoax," California Governor Jerry Brown told...

By Adam / May 1, 2015

A Word Cloud of Ajo, Arizona

Having listened to people from around the U.S. talk to us for our American Futures adventure over the last...

By Deborah / April 30, 2015

'We Disagree With Any Implication That Freddie Gray Severed His Own Spinal Cord'

Updated on April 30, 2015 As protests formed in a handful of major American cities on Wednesday night,...

By Adam / April 30, 2015

Our New Site (a Guide)

As you might have noticed, as of this past week TheAtlantic.com has a new look on the web. You can read...

By James / April 30, 2015


Charlotte Elizabeth Diana Is Royal Baby’s Name

Many in Britain rejoiced on Monday after Kensington Palace announced that Britain’s new princess would...

By DAN / May 4, 2015

NFL player's case highlights rise of revenge porn laws

By Fox / May 4, 2015

Dave Goldberg, Silicon Valley Executive, Said to Have Died After Exercising

The 47-year-old chief of Survey Monkey, who was married to Sheryl Sandberg of Facebook, collapsed at a Mexican...

By VINDU / May 4, 2015

News Analysis: Campaign Coverage via Snapchat Could Shake Up the 2016 Elections

The question of how the fast-growing app could shape the election arose after it hired a CNN political...

By JONATHAN / May 4, 2015

Kate and William's princess gets a royal name

After days of speculation and wagers by royal watchers all over the world, Prince William and Kate have...

By FOX / May 4, 2015

Dean Skelos, New York Senate Leader, and Son Are Arrested on Corruption Charges

Mr. Skelos, 67, and his son, Adam B. Skelos, 32, are scheduled to appear in United States District Court...

By WILLIAM / May 4, 2015

Israeli Foreign Minister Says He Won’t Join Netanyahu’s New Government

Avigdor Lieberman’s decision is unlikely to block a coalition by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu,...

By JODI / May 4, 2015

Israeli President Calls for Calm After Anti-Discrimination Protests in Tel Aviv

President Reuven Rivlin said that demonstrations by Ethiopian-Israelis had “revealed an open and raw wound...

By JODI / May 4, 2015

Carly Fiorina on the Issues

A look at the Republican presidential candidate’s stance on foreign policy, immigration, same-sex marriage,...

By GERRY / May 4, 2015


Who Can Push for Change Within a Company?

Innovation and change in business often mean a shiny new product or a “re-branding” with a redesigned...

By Christine / May 4, 2015

The 2016 Presidential Race: A Cheat Sheet

So far, every candidate in the 2016 race is an experienced politician. That changes Monday with the addition...

By David / May 4, 2015

What Norway Can Teach the U.S. About Getting More Women Into Boardrooms

Men dominate the upper echelons of the business world:  Women hold only 15 percent of seats on the boards...

By Aaron / May 4, 2015

Georgia Sheriff Accused of Shooting Woman in Atlanta Suburb

Georgia sheriff accused of shooting woman in suburban Atlanta; she's in critical condition

By ABC / May 4, 2015

Where the Minimum-Wage Fight Is Being Won

Last Thursday, congressional Democrats unveiled their latest demand for an increase in the national minimum...

By Russell / May 4, 2015

Former England striker Jimmy Greaves is in intensive care after suffering a severe stroke - @SkyNews

Former England striker Jimmy Greaves is in intensive care after suffering a severe stroke - @SkyNews

By David / May 4, 2015

NYPD Arrest Retraining: 'Talking People Into Their Cuffs'

NYPD retrains every officer to keep cool, 'talk people into cuffs' when making arrests

By ABC / May 4, 2015

Americans Ok with Drone Strikes on Terrorists

The majority of Americans approve of drone strikes on terrorists, according to a new Associated Press...

By CBN.com / May 4, 2015

Suspect in Chicago-Area FAA Fire Formally Charged

Suspect in September fire at Chicago-area air traffic facility formally charged

By ABC / May 3, 2015

Thousands Turn out to Clean Milan After May Day Clashes

Milanese march proudly, clean damage after May Day clashes left city trashed on Expo's 1st Day

By ABC / May 3, 2015

Photo: Riders in NYC's 5 Boro Bike Tour travel along the FDR Drive in Manhattan - @AllisonPapson

Photo: Riders in NYC's 5 Boro Bike Tour travel along the FDR Drive in Manhattan - @AllisonPapson

By Tricia / May 3, 2015

CBN News Sunday: Beyond Baltimore, Repairing and Restoring a Nation

As unrest and violence marked a the past week in Baltimore, CBN News talks with pastors who are leading...

By CBN.com / May 3, 2015


Tebow Cure Hospital Opens in Philippines; 'We Will Share Love of Jesus and Bring Physical Healing,' Says CURE CEO

The Tebow CURE Hospital, built by a foundation of former NFL quarterback and Heisman Trophy winner Tim Tebow...

By The / May 2, 2015


Hangar of Japan's aircraft carrier sub found

Piece by piece, the depths of the Pacific are giving up the story of World War II.

By CNN.com / May 4, 2015

Sleep terrors as kid? You might sleepwalk

Does your little one suffer from sleep terrors? Then get ready to lock the window and doors, because...

By CNN.com / May 4, 2015

Bergen: Cartoon shooting in U.S. was inevitable

It was only a matter of time before this would happen in the United States.

By CNN.com / May 4, 2015

'Star Trek' yeoman dead at 85

Grace Lee Whitney, who played Yeoman Janice Rand in the original "Star Trek" series and a handful of movies...

By CNN.com / May 4, 2015

Ben Carson joins 2016 race

Ben Carson wants to convince voters that a doctor is best positioned to fix what's ailing America.

By CNN.com / May 4, 2015

10 ways to celebrate Screen-Free Week

As a child of the 1970s, this mom loves her television set with its approximately 400 cable channels,...

By CNN.com / May 4, 2015

Royal baby's name revealed

And the princess has a name!

By CNN.com / May 4, 2015

Group's president calls it attack on free speech

When two men opened fire outside a contest for Prophet Mohammed cartoons in a Dallas suburb Sunday night,...

By CNN.com / May 4, 2015

Your fingernail can be a wireless mouse

NailO, a wearable tech device, turns your thumbnail into wireless mouse. CNN's Thom Patterson reports. ...

By CNN.com / May 4, 2015

4 dead, including suspect, in Wis. shooting

Police to release more details at news conference Monday.        

By USATODAY / May 4, 2015

Fiorina announces presidential bid

Former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina announced her candidacy for president on Monday, becoming the first...

By CNN.com / May 4, 2015

Is Testing Students the Answer to America's Education Woes?

The testing of public school children across the country is winding up for the year. And in New York,...

By Room / May 4, 2015