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The Atlantic
today at 06:45. Facebook
A vindictive administration could deploy surveillance tools more freely in order to figure out who’s leaking information.

How Can Journalists Protect Themselves During a Trump Administration?

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The Atlantic
today at 06:02. Facebook
To really get ahead, what a worker needs is social skills. (from 2015)

Job Advice: Just Be Cool

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The Atlantic
today at 05:42. Facebook
The world is on track to become a more homogeneously religious place, not a more diverse and secular one. (from 2015)

In the Next 50 Years, Muslims May Overtake Christians as the World's Largest Religious Group

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The Atlantic
today at 05:20. Facebook
As soon as a rush of oil and gas workers came to Texas, oil prices tanked across the globe.

The Risky Business of Oil and Gas in Texas

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The Atlantic
today at 04:58. Facebook
Frank, unflinching discussions of death are more mainstream, prevalent, and hip than ever. (from 2015)

Obsessed With Death

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The Atlantic
today at 04:41. Facebook
While major infrastructure upgrades may take more time and money, improving the experience of public transportation could start with something as simple as sprucing up aging and dilapidated stops, increasing their safety, and adding trees and greenery. (from 2015)

Can Anything Make the Morning Commute Feel Shorter?

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The Atlantic
today at 04:24. Facebook
Drones, virtual reality, and robots who can paint

What Happens at an MIT Hackathon

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The Atlantic
today at 04:04. Facebook
Although the activities of girls and boys have converged over time, there are still distinctive paths for each sex, and many children's activities are still associated with particular aspects of feminine or masculine identity. (from 2013)

Soccer Isn't for Girly-Girls? How Parents Pick the Sports Their Daughters Play

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The Atlantic
today at 03:42. Facebook
Don't miss why TV needs ‘weak’ female characters, the debate on whether 'O.J. Simpson: Made in America' is a TV show or a movie, a look at upcoming Grammy nominations, and more.

The Atlantic's Week in Culture

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The Atlantic
today at 03:23. Facebook
Artisanal pickles, artisanal poems: what’s the difference, after all? (from 2015)

The Death of the Artist—and the Birth of the Creative Entrepreneur

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The Atlantic
today at 03:01. Facebook
"Would they have cared if I had not been so academically inclined?"

Growing Up Academically Excellent and Undocumented

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The Atlantic
today at 02:38. Facebook
No single barrier stretches across the entire border, instead, it is lined with a patchwork of steel and concrete fences, infrared cameras, sensors, drones, and nearly 20,000 U.S. Border Patrol agents. (from 2013)

On the Border

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The Atlantic
today at 02:21. Facebook
From cob houses to to 3-D printed homes, we've come a long way. (from 2015)

A Visual History of Housing Through the Centuries

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The Atlantic
today at 01:54. Facebook
Top picks from this week's global affairs writing come from The Wall Street Journal, The New Yorker, Vanity Fair, and more.

The Great Maple Caper and an App for Absolution: The Week in Global-Affairs Writing

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The Atlantic
today at 01:45. Facebook
Parting words from Barack Obama as president: We're a nation that believes freedom can never be taken for granted, and that each of us has a responsibility to sustain it."
The Atlantic
today at 01:19. Facebook
If 150,000 U.S. troops couldn’t salve Iraq’s sectarian divisions, why would 10,000 soldiers have solved the puzzle?

Who Really Lost Iraq?

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The Atlantic
today at 00:51. Facebook
A few joyful moments from 2016

Hopeful Images From 2016

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The Atlantic
today at 00:27. Facebook
A Chinese woman arranges a "mock marriage" to a gay man to conceal her lesbian identity. (from 2015)

The Rise of Mock Marriages in China

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The Atlantic
yesterday at 23:45. Facebook
This throws the West African nation into turmoil.

Gambian President Now Says He Rejects Election Outcome

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The Atlantic
yesterday at 23:01. Facebook
The way that some of the most powerful families in world politics have stumbled is quite an interesting dynamic of 2016.

2016 Has Been a Terrible Year for Political Dynasties

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