Late this March, a Norwegian news outlet sprang a surprise question on Pete Buttigieg, the mayor of South Bend, Ind., and candidate for president. The previous week, the writer Anand Giridharadas, who
Andrew McGillBlockedUnblockFollowFollowing Nov 15, 2017 Every so often on The Atlantic’s Product team, we drop what we’re doing and spend a day messing around. Lots of whiteboards, some frantic coding,
The Joe Rogan Experience is the latest show to opt out of populating the top of the paid podcast app’s conversion funnel. The Joe Rogan Experience, one of America’s most popular podcasts, has requested
Readers of Rupert Murdoch’s Daily Telegraph were given a dose of more progressive thinking when they woke up this morning with pages from its rival Sydney Morning Herald mysteriously appearing in the paper.
Trump Fed pick Stephen Moore slams reporting from CNN, other media: 'Pulling a Kavanaugh against me'
President Trump’s pick for the Federal Reserve board, ex-CNN contributor Stephen Moore, blasted the reporting about him from his former employer and other outlets Wednesday, accusing them of “pulling Kavanaugh”
The platform is doubling down against fake election news. With a number of high profile elections taking place around the world in the coming months, social media platforms are gearing themselves up for
William F. Weld is not likely to become our 46th president. But he was here in New Hampshire, no other Republicans were and that was something. “I think it’s important to at least call out the current
While the NBA has begun its first playoff season since 2005 without LeBron James, James’ wide variety of business interests will more than keep him busy during this unexpected vacation. In addition to
Facebook, Google and Twitter have been criticised by a UK parliamentary committee for their refusal to report users to the police when they remove criminal posts. Representatives of all three companies