Propulsive thrillers, slow-burn procedurals, and more for your every quarantine mood
A new wave of adaptations is uncovering a hidden side of the novelist.
As the Country Opens Up, Children With Disabilities Are Getting Left Behind - The New York Times
Sorry for Your Loss, which returns for a second season this week, started as a candid drama about losing a loved one. And then it grew into something much bigger.
The United States has its best opportunity in 150 years to belatedly fulfill its promise as a multiracial democracy.
Peloton aficionados say the latest exercise craze gives them a sense of community they sorely missed.
Black Behind the Wheel - The New York Times
Sharing the internet with America is like sharing your living room with a rhinoceros. It’s huge, it’s right there, and whatever it’s doing now, you sure as hell know about it.
The best way to grasp the magnitude of what we’re seeing is to look for precedents abroad. JUNE 6, 2020 GETTY / ARSH RAZIUDDIN / THE ATLANTIC Over the course of his presidency, Donald Trump h…
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New fiction from Emma Donoghue
The president’s own volatility complicates his effort to convince Americans that he can stabilize their lives.
If the real, lasting change you wish to effect is burning society to cinders, then perhaps looting is the right tool.