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The Case for Sharing All of America's Data on Mosquitoes

For decades, agencies around the United States have been collecting data on mosquitoes. Biologists set traps, dissect captured insects, and identify which species they belong...

The Atlantic
Chris Cornell's Widow Gathers Fans' Tributes For Website

Following an outpouring of tributes widow Vicky Cornell and her family have received since her husband Chris Cornell's death in May, Vicky Cornell has asked t...

Rolling Stone
Conor McGregor: Floyd Mayweather Already a 'Beaten, Broken' Man

Conor McGregor and Floyd Mayweather had their final pre-fight news conference on Wednesday ahead of Saturday's anticipated boxing match, and &quo...

Rolling Stone
Demi Lovato Announces New Album 'Tell Me You Love Me'

Demi Lovato has announced her sixth studio album. The follow-up to 2015's Confident, Tell Me You Love Me will be released on September 29th. The singer also t...

Rolling Stone
“Nocturne,” the Podcast That Explores the Night

Sarah Larson on “Nocturne,” a podcast, hosted and produced by Vanessa Lowe, that tells stories about the night...

The New Yorker
Trudeau says no plans to join U.S. missile defence

The question over whether Canada should be part of the U.S.'s continental missile-defence shield has been rekindled in recent days amid concerns about North Korea...

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Will Trump Be the Death of the Goldwater Rule?

Jeannie Suk Gersen writes about what is preventing mental-health professionals from questioning the mind of President Donald Trump...

The New Yorker
Floyd Mayweather Guarantees He'll Stop Conor McGregor on Saturday

Floyd Mayweather has been reluctant to make a bold prediction in the lead-up to Saturday's highly anticipated boxing match with Conor McGregor. That is, until...

Rolling Stone
Interview: Gene Roddenberry

An interview with the mind behind Star Trek...

Longform
The Atlantic Daily: Back to Backlash

What We’re FollowingTrump’s Phoenix Rally: The president attacked the media and Arizona’s Republican senators while defending his response to Charlottesville and the for...

The Atlantic
Donald Trump—Popular in France?

Barry Blitt offers humorous renditions of President Donald Trump in Jerry Lewis movies...

The New Yorker
The Taliban’s Response to Trump’s Afghanistan Address

Steve Coll on the response from the Taliban to President Trump’s speech on the Afghanistan war this week...

The New Yorker
The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: McConnell: Nothing to See Here

Today in 5 LinesCNN reports that the White House has paperwork ready to pardon former Maricopa County Sheriff Jeff Arpaio, after President Trump hinted that he would do so at...

The Atlantic
What Are Sound Weapons?

Earlier this month the U.S. State Department disclosed that several Havana-based diplomats have experienced “incidents which have caused a variety of physical symptoms.” S...

The Atlantic
Winner of Mayweather Vs. McGregor Fight to Receive 'Money Belt'

The winner of "The Money Fight" between Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor will be presented with a special belt – and it...

Rolling Stone
N.Y.C. Summer Scavenger Hunt

Cartoons by Miss Lasko-Gross show a humorous series of scavenger-hunt objectives in New York City during the summer...

The New Yorker
In Phoenix, Trump Lets the Real World Go Away

Amy Davidson Sorkin writes about Donald Trump’s statements at a rally in Phoenix this week, where he decried the media and immigrants, and praised Joe Arpaio...

The New Yorker
Peeking at the eclipse has me seeing spots. Now what?

Optometrists were deluged with calls from Canadians who just couldn't stop themselves. Lucky for them, it's hard to look at the sun. The post Peekin...

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It’s Hard to Get Rid of a Confederate Memorial in New York City

Robert Sullivan writes about efforts to rid New York City of Confederate memorials, like two streets named after Confederate generals on an Army base in Brooklyn...

The New Yorker
The Acrostic as a Form of Bureaucratic Dissent

Hiding an acrostic message in an otherwise ordinary resignation letter isn’t exactly the boldest way to express a political view, yet it’s proven surprisingly effective.It...

The Atlantic
What Netflix Can Offer Shonda Rhimes

Why would Shonda Rhimes, the star writer of ABC’s primetime lineup for the last decade and the creator behind shows like Grey’s Anatomy and Scandal want to leave network T...

The Atlantic
Watch the Final Mayweather Vs. McGregor Press Conference Livestream

For the final time before they fight on Saturday, August 26th, Conor McGregor and Floyd Mayweather will talk to the press at the KÀ Theatre at the MGM Grand H...

Rolling Stone
The Republican Party is Enabling an Increasingly Dangerous Demagogue

Last night I was in circumstances where I could hear only a few excerpts from Donald Trump’s inflammatory speech in Phoenix. The parts I heard were remarkable enough.They in...

The Atlantic
Hear Three Rare Remixes Off D'Angelo's 'Brown Sugar' Reissue

With D'Angelo's Brown Sugar reissue due out Friday, the singer dropped three rare remixes from the deluxe edition of This article originally...

Rolling Stone
Global Warming Is Threatening Alaska's Prized Wedding Flower

A little more than a decade ago, Ron Illingworth and his wife, Marji, planted 25 peony roots on their family farm in North Pole, Alaska. They did it on a whim, really, curious...

The Atlantic
Trump's Possible Pardon of Joe Arpaio: What You Need to Know

There wasn't much good news for Democrats on November 8th, the night the GOP gained control of both the House and the Senate and Donald Trump laid a surprise...

Rolling Stone
'Good Booty': 10 Things We Learned About Sex and Music

Sex has always been an awkward and uneasy subject to broach in normal American conversation. And yet music, on both a physical and emotional level, has served as an effective...

Rolling Stone
What happens if Donald Trump quits?

Scott Gilmore: Leaving office would be easy, but the job for President Pence of rebuilding the nation and its reputation would be monumental The post What happens if Donald Tr...

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Living Next Door to a White Supremacist

Jordy Yager writes about the neighbors of Jason Kessler, the white supremacist who organized the violent “Unite the Right” rally, in Charlottesville, Virginia...

The New Yorker
There Are 11,518 Robert Lees in America

On Tuesday, one Robert Lee was punished for the actions of another. When ESPN decided to remove the sports broadcaster Robert Lee from covering the first University of Virgini...

The Atlantic
Tyler, the Creator Plots Fall 'Flower Boy' U.S. Tour

Tyler, the Creator announced a U.S. fall tour behind his recently issued fourth LP, Flower Boy. The trek kicks off October 31st in San Francisco, two days after theThis articl...

Rolling Stone
Rare Prince Concert Film 'Sign o' the Times' to Air on Showtime

Prince's 1987 concert film Sign o' the Times, which has been out of print in the U.S. since 1991, will be available to watch once again this...

Rolling Stone
Longform Podcast #258: Kate Fagan

Kate Fagan is a columnist and feature writer for ESPN. Her latest book is What Made Maddy Run: The Secret Struggles and Tragic Death of an All-American Teen. “When I was pr...

Longform
The Atlantic Relaunches iOS App: Featuring Full Magazine Download and Archive

Washington, D.C. (August 23, 2017)-- The Atlantic has launched a premium iOS app that represents a new and improved way of experiencing its journalism on the go, with greater...

The Atlantic
Taylor Swift Unveils Album Title 'Reputation,' Release Date Ahead of First Single

Taylor Swift has announced her long-awaited follow-up to 1989, Reputation. The singer's sixth album will be released on November 10th.Swift teased fans with a...

Rolling Stone
'The Compleat Beatles': 10 Takeaways From Great, Overlooked Fab Four Doc

If you're looking for documentaries on the Beatles, you don't have a shortage of options, with two of the splashier offerings being, of cours...

Rolling Stone
NAFTA: Why Canada loves Chapter 19, and America hates it

Washington has long decried Chapter 19 of the treaty and now wants it scrapped. That's not sitting well with Canada. The post NAFTA: Why Canada loves Chapter 19,...

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The Promise and Potential of Fan Fiction

Stephen Burt writes about the history and allure of fan fiction, and reviews Francesca Coppa’s book “The Fanfiction Reader.”...

The New Yorker
Dave Grohl Talks Directing Kids, Neil DeGrasse Tyson Influence for New Foo Fighters Video

Dave Grohl is in a metaphysical mood. The musician, who directed the video for the group's latest single, "The Sky Is a Neighborhood,&amp...

Rolling Stone
How Losing Kyrie Irving Could Take the Cleveland Cavaliers Back to the NBA Finals

When Kyrie Irving's trade request from the Cleveland Cavaliers went public last month, it was all but expected. At 25, the r...

Rolling Stone
The Battle Over White Nationalism at Texas A&M

Wearing cowboy boots and jeans, Preston Wiginton has stepped onto the Texas Capitol lawn to denounce the recent move by Texas A&M University to prohibit a &...

Rolling Stone
Mariah Carey Reveals Battling Self Esteem Issues Since Childhood

Mariah Carey said in a revealing new interview that she grapples with self-confidence issues – and often feels the outside world won&am...

Rolling Stone
Watch Queens of the Stone Age's Hilarious 'Villains' 'Focus Group'

Forget music critics: Queens of the Stone Age decided to focus group their new LP, Villains, by seeking out the opinions of … their previous albums. In a go...

Rolling Stone
How Student Internships Saved a Chicago School

CHICAGO—One May morning, 22 stories above Chicago’s Wabash Avenue, Aurice Blanton ignored the stunning spring view of Lake Michigan. He had work to do. He toggled his comp...

The Atlantic
Inside Waymo's Secret World for Training Self-Driving Cars

In a corner of Alphabet’s campus, there is a team working on piece of software that may be the key to self-driving cars. No journalist has ever seen it in action. They call...

The Atlantic
Removing the Wrong Robert Lee

On Tuesday, ESPN announced that its management had pulled an Asian American announcer named Robert Lee from an assignment covering the season’s first home football game at t...

The Atlantic
ESPN's Robert Lee Blunder—and the Backlash It Provoked

On Tuesday, ESPN announced that its management had pulled an Asian American announcer named Robert Lee from an assignment covering the season’s first home football game at t...

The Atlantic
Canada, Mexico shrug off Trump’s latest NAFTA threat

Trump's suggestion that he will 'probably' terminate NAFTA fails to draw much response in partner nations The post Canada, Mexico shrug...

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Trump's Vacation Is Over

How many people, given the prerogative to travel wherever they wanted and the use of a fully staffed jet to do it, would head to Phoenix, Arizona, in the dog days of August? B...

The Atlantic
The Great Pot Monopoly Mystery

The mysterious business interests trying to patent strains and turn their company into the Monsanto of legal marijuana...

Longform
The worrying silence around Canada’s trade talks with China

Chrystia Freeland's silence following her first trip to China as foreign affairs minister is troubling, says Charles Burton The post The worrying silence around C...

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Daily Cartoon: Wednesday, August 23rd

Kaamran Hafeez’s Daily Cartoon considers the three branches of government under President Donald Trump...

The New Yorker
So, Eclipse Boomtowns, How’d It Go?

In making preparations for Monday’s total solar eclipse, tourism managers in St. Joseph, Missouri, didn’t know what to expect beyond the cosmic obvious. Would they be over...

The Atlantic
Hear Lou Reed Talk Andy Warhol, Velvet Underground at 1994 Show

A new album captures a rare collaborative performance by Lou Reed and Kris Kristofferson. The artists met up at the New York club the Bottom Line in February 1994 and discusse...

Rolling Stone
What You Need to Know About MLB Players Weekend

If you're a baseball lover, you might already feel the buzz. This coming weekend, August 25th-27th, MLB and the Major League Baseball Players&apos...

Rolling Stone
Watch the Killers' Mysterious 'Run for Cover' Video

The Killers unveiled their mysterious new video for "Run for Cover," the second single off the band's upcom...

Rolling Stone
Clinton: ‘My skin crawled’ during debate with Trump

Hillary Clinton says Trump's demeanour during October 2016 presidential debate made her uneasy The post Clinton: ‘My skin crawled&#8...

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Genes I Would Have Edited Out of My Own Embryo

Eric Schulmiller writes a humorous piece on genes he would like to have edited out of his own embryo, now that the technology exists...

The New Yorker
The Most Shortsighted Attack on Free Speech in Modern U.S. History

When free-speech advocates point out that the First Amendment protects even hate speech, as the attorney Ken White recently observed, they are often met with extreme hypotheti...

The Atlantic
The Classic-Rock Ecstasy of the War on Drugs

The War on Drugs has one of those band names that isn’t supposed to mean anything. But listen to the Philadelphia band’s wonderful fourth album A Deeper Understanding and,...

The Atlantic
Watch Dave Grohl's Kids Star in Foo Fighters' 'The Sky Is a Neighborhood' Video

Foo Fighters bash out a rock and roll fairytale in the video for their new song, "The Sky Is a Neighborhood." The track will appear on the ba...

Rolling Stone
This Is How Sexism Works in Silicon Valley

Ellen Pao recounts her own lawsuit against Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers...

Longform
'Link in Bio' Keeps Instagram Nice

If you use Instagram, you have seen an exhortation from a friend or colleague to check out some article or event. These calls to action inevitably end, “Link in Bio.”  T...

The Atlantic
Like a Bowl in a China Shop

Hilary Leichter’s flash-fiction story about a married couple and the anniversary gifts they give one another...

The New Yorker
Trump says he’ll ‘probably’ terminate NAFTA

"Personally, I don't think we can make a deal," Trump says at rally in Phoenix – one week after NAFTA talks begin The post Trump says...

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NAFTA: Is Chapter 19 worth fighting for?

A key victory in the original NAFTA, Ottawa now must ask itself if the dispute resolution chapter is worth keeping The post NAFTA: Is Chapter 19 worth fighting for? appeared f...

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Trump berates media, Democrats at rally

At rally in Phoenix, Donald Trump returns to campaign form, blaming media for negative reaction to his Charlottesville comments The post Trump berates media, Democrats at rall...

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How Therapy Can Cure Overeating

Melissa Rivera always turned off the cameras before she binged. Newly married to a husband who traveled frequently, the 23-year-old med student, who had recently moved six hou...

The Atlantic
Can Anything Stop Rural Decline?

TOCHIKUBO, Japan—The children had moved to the big city, never to return.So their parents, both over 70, live out their days in this small town in the mountains, gazing at t...

The Atlantic
FDR's Message to Charlottesville—and to Donald Trump

Last week, “Charlottesville” became shorthand for racism, violence and a president’s moral blindness. But for a long time, the college town was remembered for a very dif...

The Atlantic
A Prehistoric Toothless Dolphin That Ate by Vacuuming Up Squid

The skull came from the Wando River, which today runs past Charleston, South Carolina to the ocean.Thirty million years ago, it was all under the sea. Ancient dolphins and wha...

The Atlantic
Striking an Impossible Balance in Turkey

ANKARA—Before Jim Mattis, the U.S. defense secretary, set off on a trip to strengthen ties with America’s allies in the Middle East and Europe, the Pentagon released a sta...

The Atlantic
The Awkward, Necessary U.S.-Turkey Relationship

Secretary of Defense James Mattis has a difficult task ahead. In a visit to Turkey Wednesday, he will step into the thicket of competing interests that characterizes one of Am...

The Atlantic
Jon Jones Alerted of Potential Doping Violation After UFC Win

Just when it seemed Jon Jones was out of the woods from numerous years of career controversy, the UFC Light HeavyweightThis article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com...

Rolling Stone
DC Comics Preps New Joker Origin Film

A new standalone film about the origin of Batman's infamous foe the Joker is in the works, Deadline reports. Todd Phillips (This article originally appeared o...

Rolling Stone
Trump Embraces the Moral Ambiguity of a Halfway War

David Rohde on President Trump’s speech about the war in Afghanistan and a continued U.S. troop presence in the country...

The New Yorker
How Steve Bannon Lost the Battle for the Soul of Trumpism

Ryan Lizza on how Steve Bannon lost to Gary Cohn and those whom Bannon derided as “globalists” in the battle to define the Trump Administration’s economic agenda...

The New Yorker
Linkin Park Plan Public Event to Honor Chester Bennington

Linkin Park will host a public event in Los Angeles to honor late singer Chester Bennington. The band announced their plans in a short but poignant note on This article origin...

Rolling Stone
The Atlantic Daily: Battle Plans

What We’re FollowingAfghanistan Strategy: President Trump unveiled his plan to extend the war in Afghanistan without a timeline for withdrawing U.S. troops. (Read his comple...

The Atlantic
Louise Linton Isn’t Mad. You’re Mad

Jia Tolentino on the recent incident involving Louise Linton, the wife of Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, and her response to a commenter on her Instagram post...

The New Yorker
Donald Trump’s Final Chapter

Amid turbulence and turmoil in Washington, we asked Canadian fiction authors: what would the last days of Donald Trump’s presidency look like? The post Donald Trump’s Fina...

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Trump’s Final Chapter: ‘The Butterfly Effect,’ by Kathryn Walsh Kuitenbrouwer

The author of 'All The Broken Things' writes a short story on the fictional final chapter of the Donald Trump presidency The post Trump&#...

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Trump’s Final Chapter: ‘The Final Days,’ by Terry Fallis

The author of 'One Brother Shy' imagines the end of the Donald Trump presidency The post Trump’s Final Chapter: ‘...

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Trump’s Final Chapter: ‘The Art of the Memoir,’ by William Deverell

The creator of the Arthur Beauchamp series writes a short story imagining the end of the Trump presidency The post Trump’s Final Chapter: ‘...

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Trump’s Final Chapter: ‘The Sun was Eclipsed; It Was Total,’ by Eliza Robertson

The author of 'Demi-Gods' writes a short story imagining the end of the Donald Trump presidency The post Trump’s Final Chapter: &am...

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NAFTA: What each country wants out of a new deal

From key players to major sticking points—here's what you need to know about NAFTA renegotiations. The post NAFTA: What each country wants out of a new deal ap...

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New York Giants' Odell Beckham Jr.: What We Know About Ankle Injury

New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. took a big hit to his lower legs during Monday night's preseason game against the Cleveland Browns. ESPN repor...

Rolling Stone
The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: Rallying Arizona

Today in 5 LinesPresident Trump will hold a campaign rally in Phoenix, Arizona, at 7 p.m. MT. Navy Commander Admiral Scott H. Swift said divers have found remains of some of t...

The Atlantic
The world must finish its job—and protect its legacy—in Afghanistan

Opinion: Former diplomat Chris Alexander on what's at stake and what must happen in Afghanistan, as America announces more troops The post The world must finish i...

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Floyd Mayweather: 'Conor McGregor Is Extremely Heavy Right Now'

Days before one of the most anticipated fights of the decade, undefeated boxing champion Floyd Mayweather said he doubted that his UFC world champion opponent...

Rolling Stone
Hip-Hop Family Tree: Future's Atlanta

Future's thoroughly modern voice reflects the sound of post-millennial rap. But as a member of Dungeon Family, his lineage dates back to the early Nineties, w...

Rolling Stone
Trump and the Pakistan Problem

“We can no longer be silent about Pakistan’s safe havens for terrorist organizations, the Taliban, and other groups that pose a threat to the region and beyond,” said Pr...

The Atlantic
Divisions emerge in House of Commons defence committee over North Korea

The rare summer meeting came amid mounting concerns about a potential conflict between the U.S. and North Korea The post Divisions emerge in House of Commons defence committee...

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An Intimate History of Antifa

Daniel Penny on “Antifa: The Anti-Fascist Handbook,” by the historian Mark Bray, which explores the origins of the anti-Fascist movement and offers advice for activism...

The New Yorker
O.J. Simpson Museum: Best Objects from L.A. Pop-Up

The O.J. Simpson case was an entirely new kind of phenomenon. Millions watched it unfold, from the low-speed chase through Los Angeles, to the Dream Team's an...

Rolling Stone
Charlottesville votes to cover Confederate statues to signal mourning

Three people were arrested at the chaotic meeting where the vote took place The post Charlottesville votes to cover Confederate statues to signal mourning appeared first on Ma...

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Donald J. Trump Slept Here

Amanda Petrusich recounts her experience spending the night in Queens in Donald Trump’s childhood home, which was recently listed on Airbnb...

The New Yorker
'The Crime Book': What We Learned from Giant History of True Crime

These are flush times for true-crime fans. Not only did the genre take the Academy Award for Best Documentary last year (O.J.: Made in America), but a slew of podcasts and str...

Rolling Stone
Did a Canadian company sell the wrong camouflage to Afghanistan?

The U.S. military spent millions on a proprietary pattern that seems conspicuously green for Afghanistan The post Did a Canadian company sell the wrong camouflage to Afghanis...

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The 2017 solar eclipse entranced Canadians across the country

On Aug. 21, Canadians took a break from work, channelled their inner astronomy nerd and watched a partial solar eclipse. Here's how people in Toronto reacted. The...

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