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    There Will Be 2 Types of Post-pandemic Socializers

    One group will say yes as often as it can. The other won’t be able to...

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    The Books Briefing: The New Literature of Burnout

    A memoir of life in Silicon Valley, a capitalist satire, a novel that envisions a better...

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    The Surreality of Documenting 2020

    “What will resonate in a year or a decade? It’s just a bunch of pictures of...

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    The Rise of Ron DeSantis

    The Florida governor’s sudden prominence is partly about him, partly about his critics, but mostly about...

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    Low-Skill Workers Aren’t a Problem to Be Fixed

    The label “low-skill” flattens workers to a single attribute, ignoring the capacities they have and devaluing...

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    Photos of the Week: Happy Cows, Bird Paradise, Big Merino

    A deadly second wave of COVID-19 in India, a moose in the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone, a...

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    The Atlantic Daily: Our Personal Relationships With Nature Are Changing

    People are reevaluating their climate actions, including recycling, what they eat, and caring for plants.

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    Show Your Immune System Some Love

    Antibodies are great and all, but macrophages, B cells, and helper T cells deserve some attention...

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    American Police Are Inadequately Trained

    Officers in the United States don’t get as much instruction as police in other rich countries.

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    Don’t Wish for Happiness. Work for It.

    If you want to improve your well-being, you need to make a plan and act on...

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    Winners of the 2021 Sony World Photography Awards

    Some of the winning and shortlisted photos from this year’s competition

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    What HBO’s New Crime Show Gets Exactly Right

    Mare of Easttown, starring Kate Winslet as a Delaware County detective, is brilliantly specific in its...

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    What Grief Tastes Like

    Michelle Zauner’s Crying in H Mart shows the possibilities and limitations of the food memoir.

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    We Are Turning COVID-19 Into a Young Person’s Disease

    Even as cases drop among vaccinated Americans, the coronavirus still can spread among unvaccinated people—who will...

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    The Suicide Wave That Never Was

    The notion that lockdowns increased the rate of death by suicide last year has become common...

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    There Will Be More Derek Chauvins

    Powerful political actors are committed to ensuring that the system of American policing remains unchanged.

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    Facebook Should Dial Down the Toxicity Much More Often

    But platforms can train their systems to recognize this “borderline content” and make engagement look like...

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    The Dark Side of the Houseplant Boom

    Sindha Agha It started, as so many of life’s journeys do, at IKEA. We went one...

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    Homeroom: My Kid Can’t Write an Essay Without Having a Meltdown

    You’ll want to sit down with her and say something like “I know essay writing has...

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    The Two Memos With Enormous Constitutional Consequences

    Kimberly Wehle: 4 ways to prevent a future insurrectionLacking concrete law for guidance, the OLC manufactured...

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    The Commons: We Mourn for All We Do Not Know

    The May 2020 Atlantic was the last issue our staff started working on in person, and...

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    Who Wants to Watch Black Pain?

    Indeed, I was apprehensive about diving into Them, even before the most recent cycle of police-brutality-related...