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theatlantic.com Health Apr 30, 2021, Friday
The Pandemic Changed Our Microbiome, But That’s Okay - The Atlantic
Months of exuberant hand-sanitizing and social isolation during the pandemic have changed our exposure to microbes, in ways good and bad.
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theatlantic.com Health Mar 29, 2021, Monday
How mRNA Technology Could Change the World - The Atlantic
mRNA’s story likely will not end with COVID-19: Its potential stretches far beyond this pandemic.
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theatlantic.com Politics Feb 21, 2021, Sunday
D.C. Statehood Is a Matter of Justice - The Atlantic
Statehood for Washington, D.C., is a matter of justice.
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theatlantic.com Politics Jan 13, 2021, Wednesday
Trump's Second Impeachment Is Different - The Atlantic
In 2019, Democrats voted to make a statement. In 2021, it could actually work.
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theatlantic.com Media Jan 13, 2021, Wednesday
Inside ‘The Epoch Times,’ a Mysterious Pro-Trump Newspaper - The Atlantic
How The Epoch Times became a pro-Trump propaganda machine in an age of plague and insurrection ​​​​​
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theatlantic.com Health Jan 02, 2021, Saturday
The Social Depression: America Failed Its Elderly - The Atlantic
Isolation has taken a tremendous emotional toll on many older Americans.
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theatlantic.com Media Dec 26, 2020, Saturday
The 50 Best Podcasts of 2020 - The Atlantic
The shows that kept listeners refreshing their apps this year
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theatlantic.com Arts Dec 10, 2020, Thursday
The Atlantic’s 10 Best Films of 2020 - The Atlantic
Standouts from an unprecedented year in cinema
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theatlantic.com News Dec 07, 2020, Monday
Top 25 News Photos of 2020 - The Atlantic
Powerful images from the past 12 eventful months
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theatlantic.com Health Nov 24, 2020, Tuesday
COVID-19 Will Likely Lead to Fewer Births - The Atlantic
The U.S. could have hundreds of thousands of fewer births next year than it would have in the absence of a pandemic.
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theatlantic.com Politics Nov 12, 2020, Thursday
How Joe Biden Was Able to Deliver for Democrats in 2020 - The Atlantic
Joe Biden succeeded in bridging his party’s past and future coalitions—but the challenges of future elections are daunting.
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theatlantic.com Politics Nov 08, 2020, Sunday
The Crisis of American Democracy Is Not Over - The Atlantic
To succeed, the president-elect will have to do more than address the pandemic and revive the American economy.
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theatlantic.com Politics Nov 06, 2020, Friday
Trump Proved That Authoritarians Can Get Elected in America - The Atlantic
Trump was ineffective and easily beaten. A future strongman won’t be.
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theatlantic.com Media Nov 06, 2020, Friday
Fox News Hits a Dangerous New Low - The Atlantic
The most-watched news network in America is choosing to mislead its viewers about the state of the election.
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theatlantic.com Health Nov 04, 2020, Wednesday
America Tops 100,000 Coronavirus Cases in a Day - The Atlantic
The country recorded more than 100,000 coronavirus cases today—the highest single-day total since the pandemic began.
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theatlantic.com Politics Oct 22, 2020, Thursday
The New Debate Rules Are a Mistake - The Atlantic
The Commission on Presidential Debates is choosing the appearance of civility over an honest, open display of the two men’s characters.
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theatlantic.com News Oct 22, 2020, Thursday
The Militia That Fox News Built - The Atlantic
If America descends into civil war, at least we’ll know what channel was on when it began.
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theatlantic.com News Oct 05, 2020, Monday
Three Interpretations Of Trump’s Tax Records - The Atlantic
Three possible explanations for why he only paid $750.
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theatlantic.com News Oct 04, 2020, Sunday
The Skeptic's Case For Court Packing - The Atlantic
We used to reject court packing as a dangerous game. Now we believe it may be the best way to restore the Court’s legitimacy.
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theatlantic.com News Oct 03, 2020, Saturday
Trump Is a Super-Spreader of Disinformation - The Atlantic
The president is the single biggest reason why many Americans distrust science, the electoral system, and one another.
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theatlantic.com News Oct 03, 2020, Saturday
Amy Coney Barrett's Confirmation Is In Jeopardy - The Atlantic
For the moment, COVID-19 diagnoses have jeopardized three votes that Republicans can’t afford to lose.
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theatlantic.com News Sep 30, 2020, Wednesday
Right-Wing Militias Are Bracing For Civil War - The Atlantic
An Atlantic investigation reveals who they are and what they might do on Election Day.
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theatlantic.com News Sep 25, 2020, Friday
Disclosure Doesn’t Work On A Shameless President - The Atlantic
A new package of reforms aims to patch a gaping hole in the guardrails of American government.
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theatlantic.com News Sep 23, 2020, Wednesday
What If Trump Refuses To Concede? - The Atlantic
If the vote is close, Donald Trump could easily throw the election into chaos and subvert the result. Who will stop him?
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theatlantic.com News Sep 22, 2020, Tuesday
Biden’s Illusory Bipartisanship - The Atlantic
The Democratic nominee insists that he can restore bipartisan comity on Capitol Hill. GOP senators suggest otherwise.
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theatlantic.com News Sep 21, 2020, Monday
Mueller Deputy Andrew Weissmann On Why The Probe Failed - The Atlantic
In a new book, Andrew Weissmann, one of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s top deputies, lays out the limits and letdowns of the years-long Russia investigation.
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theatlantic.com News Sep 18, 2020, Friday
What Ruth Bader Ginsburg's Death Means For 2020 - The Atlantic
The Supreme Court vacancy will surely inflame an already-angry nation.
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theatlantic.com News Sep 16, 2020, Wednesday
How Fox News Became A Language - The Atlantic
How Donald Trump’s favorite news source became a language
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theatlantic.com News Sep 15, 2020, Tuesday
Why The West’s Wildfires Are So Enormous - The Atlantic
A little-noticed indicator was flashing red before any of the blazes began.
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theatlantic.com News Sep 15, 2020, Tuesday
The Media Learned Nothing From 2016 - The Atlantic
The press hasn’t broken its most destructive habits when it comes to covering Donald Trump.
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theatlantic.com News Sep 03, 2020, Thursday
Trump: Americans Who Died In War Are ‘Losers’ And ‘Suckers’ - The Atlantic
The president has repeatedly disparaged the intelligence of service members, and asked that wounded veterans be kept out of military parades, multiple sources tell The Atlantic.
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theatlantic.com News Aug 24, 2020, Monday
The Shooting Of Jacob Blake Is A Wake-Up Call
The national conversation may have moved on from police violence, but the shootings themselves continue.
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theatlantic.com Politics Aug 23, 2020, Sunday
Rev. Raphael Warnock Could Flip a Georgia Senate Seat - The Atlantic
Anger over Donald Trump’s leadership has created an opening for progressives to flip formerly solid-red states such as Georgia—and reclaim the identity of so-called values voters.
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theatlantic.com News Aug 21, 2020, Friday
Why Postmaster General Louis DeJoy's Testimony Matters - The Atlantic
The new postmaster general tried to assure senators that the USPS could handle the election, even as he acknowledged that his changes have slowed down the mail.
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theatlantic.com News Aug 16, 2020, Sunday
How Kamala Harris’s Attack on Joe Biden Helped Her - The Atlantic
What the infamous debate-night quarrel over busing means for the future of the Democratic ticket.
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theatlantic.com News Aug 11, 2020, Tuesday
Why Joe Biden Picked Kamala Harris - The Atlantic
Biden’s running mate is two decades younger than him—the potential vice presidency seems like merely a first step.
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theatlantic.com News Aug 10, 2020, Monday
Amazon Is A Private Government. Congress Needs To Step Up - The Atlantic
Reining in the tech giants will help restore American democracy.
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theatlantic.com News Aug 10, 2020, Monday
Beijing’s Doublespeak In Hong Kong - The Atlantic
The authorities insist freedoms will be upheld. Their actions show otherwise.
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theatlantic.com News Aug 06, 2020, Thursday
The TikTok Ban: If Microsoft Buys The App, What Happens? - The Atlantic
TikTok could persist in many ways in America. None is good.
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theatlantic.com News Aug 03, 2020, Monday
Why the Pandemic Is So Bad in America - The Atlantic
A virus has brought the world’s most powerful country to its knees.
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theatlantic.com News Jul 31, 2020, Friday
The Enduring Fight Of The Congressional Black Caucus - The Atlantic
What will the “conscience of Congress” look like now?
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theatlantic.com News Jul 31, 2020, Friday
Archaeologists Defied ISIS. Then They Took On Facebook. - The Atlantic
The Islamic State turned the social platform into a global marketplace for stolen relics—until a group of vigilante archaeologists took matters into their own hands.
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