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Mad Men and Southern Writers: The Week in Pop-Culture Writing


AMC Going Up? Elevator Scenes on Mad Men John Jurgensen | The Wall Street Journal "Mad Men is about rises and falls, professional and existential.

What's a Newfoundland Accent Worth?


Contestants in the Miss Universe 2006 pageant appear onstage in the costume exhibition segment. ( Sam Mircovich/Reuters ) Last year a Canadian public radio show called This is That reported on a somewhat ridiculous-seeming plan, cooked up in the northern Alberta town of High Prairie: To attract more tourists, the town council had, according to the program, hired a linguist from Texas to invent a local accent.

Conservatives Demand Satisfaction–And It Costs Them Elections


Reuters/Chris Keane Explaining how Ted Cruz could win the Republican nomination, Ben Domenech of The Federalist observes that he doesn't just match up with energized conservative voters on policy, "he matches up with their brashness, their yearning for someone who loves the taste of blood in his mouth ...

Downtown Fresno Kicks Off Its Campaign


A shot from the Downtown Fresno Partnership's video last night ( DowntownFresno.Org ) An unexpected satisfaction of following cities in our American Futures travels has been watching plans and projects unfold in real time.

What a Jury Can and Can't Prove About Sexism In Silicon Valley


Ellen Pao arrives at court in San Francisco on March 24, 2015. (Robert Galbraith/Reuters) A jury in San Francisco ruled Friday afternoon that Silicon Valley venture-capital firm Kleiner Perkins didn't discriminate against Ellen Pao, a former employee, on the basis of gender when it denied her a promotion and then fired her.

End-of-Day Wrap-Up: Harry Reid's Last Term


Jonathan Ernst/Reuters What's Happening: Senator Harry Reid Announces His Retirement The 75-year-old Democratic leader is politically and physically diminished after the Democrats lost control of the Senate in 2014 and following an exercise accident in January that left Reid blind in one eye.

How to Set Up Two-Factor Authentication on Slack


zebble/Flickr Slack is a corporate group-chatting tool that's become crucial to how many businesses work today, including TheAtlantic.com.

Depressed Doesn't Mean Dangerous


A model Germanwings airplane stands amongst candles outside the company's headquarters in Cologne Bonn airport March 27, 2015.

Photos of New York City, in Motion


This article was originally published at http://www.theatlantic.com/video/index/388823/new-york-city-in-motion/

The Economics of Religious Freedom Bills


Eric Gay/AP Now that Indiana Governor Mike Pence has signed his state's controversial Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) into law—days after the bill overwhelmingly passed the Indiana House and Senate—business leaders and others are trying to figure out what the impact of the law will be.

Harry Reid Goes Down Fighting


Senate TV/Reuters Nobody ever thought Harry Reid would retire, and that includes Harry Reid. Not long ago, when a reporter for CQ Roll Call asked him what might happen when he left office, Reid retorted, “If I drop dead?

The Senate's Surprising Support for Paid Sick Leave and Gay Marriage


Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP The Senate on Thursday night returned to one of its odder occasional traditions: a round-the-clock session in which a legislative body full of lawmakers in their 60s and 70s stays up all night to vote on budget amendments.

In The Originalist, Theater Tries to Interpret Antonin Scalia


C. Stanley Photography/Arena Stage The Originalist, a world-premiere play by John Strand at Washington’s Arena Stage, explores the personality and legacy of an atypical theatrical character: Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia.

Photos of the Week: 3/21-3/27


This week, we have photos of the Germanwings flight crash scene, preparations for launch at the Baikonur cosmodrome, a sinkhole in New Jersey,  unrest and airstrikes in Yemen, Alaskan Wood bison returning to the wild, the last Jew in the Turkish town of Edirne, tornado damage in Oklahoma, a memorial to Singapore's founding father Lee Kuan Yew, and much more.

The Confused Person's Guide to Middle East Conflicts


INTERACTIVE: When you click here, the diagram gets bigger! (Karl Sharro) Confused about what’s happening in the Middle East?

Can an Abortion Be Undone?


Benjamin West/Wikimedia Commons/Atlantic Women who opt to get an abortion in Arizona within their first two months of pregnancy may soon find themselves on the receiving end of some unusual advice from their doctors.

The Twin Paradox, Astronaut Edition


Maxim Zmeyev/Reuters Today NASA’s Scott Kelly, along with two Russian cosmonauts, blasts off for the International Space Station, where they plan to spend 342 days.

James Corden Exemplifies Late Night’s Cheerful New Generation


Monty Brinton/CBS In the debut episode of The Late Late Show With James Corden, the avuncular English comedian showed a pre-taped bit that presented the coveted 12:30 a.m.

The Germanwings Investigation Presses On


Eric Gaillard/Reuters After the shock of a disaster, the world looks for answers. As such, more information has emerged over the last 24 hours about the identities of the victims—and the pilots—of the Germanwings plane crash on Tuesday in the French Alps.

The Curious Case of Men and Women's Buttons


Mars and Venus, in shirts (J. Crew/The Atlantic) "Are you wearing lady clothes?" Darryl Philbin asked Michael Scott.


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