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China Is Losing to the U.S. in High-Stakes Battle for Artificial...

Artificial intelligence may be tech's hottest sector, and Chinese internet giants and startups alike have been engaged in fierce competition to poach top talent...

Owners of Juhl in downtown Las Vegas to begin selling units

The investor group that owns the bulk of Juhl is gearing up to turn rentals into sales.KRE Capital, Dune Real Estate Partners and Northcap...

Is China Filling the Economic Vacuum in the Pacific?

Asia & Pacific Get short URL US President Donald Trump's relations with Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull had a rough start. During their first...

How Spring Opens the Mind

People who spend more time outside in the springtime feel better, smarter, and more open-minded. Those who spend the time indoors, though, experience the...

Ovarian Psycos: The L.A. Bicycle Crew for Women of Color

| 560 videos Video by Independent LensOn the east side of Los Angeles, a group of women are part of a bicycle crew that...

The Poet, the President, and the Power of Art

Looking through the Atlantic archives on William Butler Yeats's birthday-the legendary Irish poet was born on June 13, 1865-I stumbled upon a funny anecdote...

Less Than 3 Percent of Americans Live a ‘Healthy Lifestyle’

Some of the qualifications were more easily met than others: 71.5 percent of adults were non-smokers (and indeed the smoking rate has been declining...

The Pre-Terrorists Among Us

Is it possible to stop terrorism before it happens? Dylan Martinez / Reuters Philip K. Dick's The Minority Report is a short story...

The U.S. Wants to Care About Black Boys but Doesn’t Try...

As advocates and policymakers focus on changing the narrative for African American boys, their female counterparts become less of a priority. Lucas Jackson...

In Congress, Compromise Is a 4-Letter Word

This article is from the archive of our partner NEW YORK - Janice Hahn swirls 20-year-old port in a wineglass and...

The robot invasion is coming, and its gunning for at least...

Up to one-third of Britishjobs could be taken over by robots by the early 2030s, impacting 10 million Britons but with women less likely...

An Ethicist Reads

Donald Trump succumbs to the age-old temptation to see capitalism not as an economic system but a morality play. Mary Schwalm / AP...

The Forgotten Martin Luther King: A Radical Anti-War Leftist

Martin Luther King speaks against the Vietnam War at the University of Minnesota. (Wikimedia Commons)Martin Luther King Jr. was not just the safe-for-all-political-stripes civil-rights...

Would Electing More Women Fix Congress?

Even more interesting is one of Volden's latest papers, which examines how often female legislators are able to advance their priorities. Tallying up legislation...

Presidents Aren’t CEOs

On the meaning and implications of the country's first true businessman president DenisNata / Shutterstock / Paul Spella / The Atlantic Among the...

Las Vegas casinos continue to close poker rooms

LAS VEGAS -- When the Monte Carlo casino closes its eight-table poker room in about a month as part of a $450 million overhaul,...

Pret a Manger to pay work experience recruits after criticism of...

Pret a Manger has said it will pay hundreds of teenagers it plans to hire this summer rather than simply offering them free food,...

The Jordanian Airline Making Money Off the Laptop Ban

Walk into the offices of Memac Ogilvy Advize, an advertising firm on the third floor of a car rental building in a business district...

Escaping Office Ennui Through Painful Exercise

A study explores how Tough Mudders allow the "cognitariat" a break from the tedium of sedentary work Luke MacGregor / Reuters Most office...

It’s official: Uber’s Travis Kalanick and Emil Michael are actually the...

Image: dimitrios kambouris/Getty Images In case there was still any doubt, Uber's top executives are really terrible. A report in The Informationout Friday...