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- Jul 1 20132 minutes
The Art of Efficiency: How to Do One Thing at a Time
Energy levels rise and dip every 90 minutes, here is how to make the most of your time.
- Feb 5 201726 minutes
America Is Still The Future
A love letter to my new country.
- Jan 30 20175 minutes
What Trump's Executive Order on Immigration Does—and Doesn't Do
The Trump administration appears to have reversed the ban on green-card holders from seven predominantly Muslim countries.
- Feb 13 20175 minutes
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- Jan 30 20173 minutes
Is President Trump’s Immigration Order a 'Muslim Ban'?
Imagine the following scenario.A new presidential administration announces that “political turmoil and terrorism” in the Middle East requires new immigration rules.From now on, visitors, immigrants and refugees from Israel will not be admitted.With o
- Feb 13 20173 minutes
Big Meat Braces for A Labor Shortage
Refugees help satisfy the need for low-skilled workers | “It remains a challenge to fully staff the plant”
- Feb 21 20173 minutes
President Trump’s Immigration Policy Takes Shape
New Homeland Security Department memos prioritize almost all undocumented immigrants for deportation, order the hiring of 10,000 more agents, and more.
- Feb 10 20176 minutes
Why Forced Secularism in Schools Leads to Polarization
In France, the governmental devotion to a national culture has left some students fighting for their identities.
- Feb 10 201718 minutes
The Donald Trump Cabinet Tracker
The Senate confirmed Tom Price to be secretary of health and human services early on Friday morning.
- Jan 29 20172 minutes
The Legal Battle Over Trump's Muslim Immigration Order
Despite a flurry of court injunctions, the status of specific provisions remained unclear on Sunday.
- Dec 21 201610 minutes
A Brief Economic History of Time
Capitalism changed how humans perceive the passage of hours, days, and weeks. This made people more productive, but did it make them any happier?
- Dec 23 201615 minutes
Inside the Conflict Zone
The president-elect is issuing statements to world leaders that radically depart from U.S. foreign policy, and benefit his family’s corporate empire.
- Feb 17 20177 minutes
What Immigration Raids Mean for Students
An immigration-law expert chimes in on how the recent detention of Daniel Ramirez Medina could affect students around the country who still benefit from the Obama-era policy.
- Feb 21 20174 minutes
The Fallout From 'A Day Without Immigrants'
Around 100 workers were reportedly fired for participating in last week’s strike. Whether that’s legal remains to be seen.
- Feb 18 20175 minutes
Stuck in an American Retail Job With a Foreign MBA
In a new book, a journalist reflects on working as a salesperson in small-town Virginia when he first arrived in America.
- Feb 21 20179 minutes
Why So Many Young Doctors Work Such Awful Hours
Neither truck drivers nor bankers would put up with a system like the one that influences medical residents’ schedules.
- Feb 19 20174 minutes
The National Interest: Jonathan Chait
The True Purpose of Trumpism A culture war sold through the rhetoric of jobs and security.
- Dec 27 201628 minutes
Donald Trump's Conflicts of Interest: A Crib Sheet
A semi-comprehensive list of the business concerns that may influence the president-elect as he prepares for the nation’s highest office
- Jan 29 20174 minutes
An Army of Attorneys Descends on Dulles
They fought to gain access to travelers being detained, as hundreds of protesters cheered each new arrival.
- Jan 30 20175 minutes
Where America's Terrorists Actually Come From
Syrian refugees have committed zero attacks in the United States.
- Nov 18 20168 minutes
How Donald Trump Courted White Americans To Victory
Blue-collar whites say Trump understands how to get the jobs back. We're about to find out if that's true.
- Jan 29 20177 minutes
Trump’s Immigration Ban Is Already Harming American Science
Iranian scientists have been a major boon to everything from Mars exploration to Ebola-fighting to advanced mathematics.
- Jan 31 20174 minutes
The Atlantic Daily: Checks and Bank Balances
On the verge of announcing his Supreme Court pick, Trump fired the acting attorney general, corporations responded to his immigration order, Senate Democrats skipped confirmation votes, and more.
- May 1 20152 minutes
What to Look For When Hiring Your First Employees
Your startup's initial employees can make or break the place. Choose wisely.
- Nov 1 20142 minutes
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- Feb 18 20174 minutes
Donald Trump’s Plan to Outsource Immigration Enforcement to Local Cops
The president pledged to detain and deport millions of undocumented immigrants, but to do so, he’ll need to enlist the help of local authorities.
- Oct 10 20163 minutes
Trump Hurts the Peso. That Helps Mexicans
Migrant workers in the U.S. are wiring record sums back home | “With the exchange rate moving so much, I try to send a bit more”
- Dec 12 20161 minute
The View From the Vatican
Pope Francis will address the Global Forum on Dec. 3. The Archbishop of Washington talked to TIME’s Elizabeth Dias about the Holy Father’s vision for the global economy
- Jan 27 20175 minutes
Where Christian Leaders Stand on Trump's Refugee Policy
Many religious groups have urged the president not to give Christians priority in seeking asylum, but some conservative political organizations back his new ban on refugees.
- Jun 13 20161 minute
The Next Frontier for Migrants is an Even More Dangerous One
JUSTIN WORLAND ON MAY 25, AN ITALIAN NAVAL vessel approached a blue boat in the Mediterranean Sea. Crowding the deck were more than 500 passengers, each of whom had paid smugglers for passage from the northern coast of Africa to the southern coast o