The one policy that could challenge a century of fossil-fuel dominance
HBCUs are canceling students' debt, highlighting how integral they are to Black Americans' lives
At least 26 schools have cleared more than $25 million in student debt.
'Like a bomb': Turkish farmers watch animals perish in flames
Farmer Mevlut Tarim says the furious fire that burned his cow alive, killed eight people and scorched vast swathes of Turkey was like an explosion. Farmer Tarim shakes his head as he surveys the damage.
What We Left Behind
Returning to the office after the long pandemic exile, I discovered pages from an unfinished issue of The Atlantic, written and illustrated in a different world.
SmileDirectClub Shooting Latest Updates: 3 Injured at Nashville Store, Alleged Gunman Killed
Police shot the alleged gunman, who later died from his injuries at the hospital.
France's Macron uses social media to push for vaccination
Biden turns on the Democratic Party fundraising machine for 2022
CDC extends Trump-era policy that allows migrants to be expelled over COVID concerns
Majorities Support Face Mask Mandates for Unvaccinated in Schools, Poll Finds
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Voting Rights Groups Press Biden on Response to GOP Laws
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Woman dies in Arizona after hike with cop she met after online chats
Editorial: Keep bad cops out of town
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Mortgage refinance rates on August 3, 2021: Rates dip
3 employees shot at Smile Direct Club
Cave markings point to sophisticated Neanderthals
New York county lawmakers have passed a bill allowing police to sue protesters
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Biden thinks pressuring Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer to retire could backfire, report says
Florida RNC official called vaccines the 'mark of the beast': report