The Atlantic
The Atlantic
04/29/2017 at 08:53. Facebook
"The raw demographic turnover suggests not everyone shares in a neighborhood’s economic success." (via CityLab)
The raw demographic turnover suggests not everyone shares in a neighborhoods economic

Tracking the Incredible Gentrification of New York City

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The Atlantic
The Atlantic
04/29/2017 at 08:13. Facebook
Getting comfortable in the role of caregiver is huge not just for parental confidence, but for families as a whole. (from 2015)
Getting comfortable in the role of caregiver is huge not just for

Paid Leave for Dads: A Feminist Issue

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The Atlantic
The Atlantic
04/29/2017 at 07:33. Facebook
A clear majority think the Fourth Estate is headed in the wrong direction. (from 2014)
A clear majority think the Fourth Estate is headed in the wrong direction from 2014

Report: Journalists Are Miserable, Liberal, Over-Educated, Under-Paid, Middle-Aged Men

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Ansar M. Smith
John David Douglas Marshall
Christopher Watson
The Atlantic
The Atlantic
04/29/2017 at 07:13. Facebook
“The key differences are not between men and women, but between fathers and mothers." (from 2016)
The key differences are not between men and women but between fathers

The Divorce Gap

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Claudette Collis
Carole Mandryk
Armin Hanik
The Atlantic
The Atlantic
04/29/2017 at 06:35. Facebook
The largest houseboat community on the East Coast of the United States
The largest houseboat community on the East Coast of the United States

Would You Live on a Boat?

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Lauren Al Aqeedi
The Atlantic
The Atlantic
04/29/2017 at 06:14. Facebook
Given that spanking is still such a common—and controversial—form of punishment, careful examination of the research will be important for parents and policymakers alike. (from 2016)
Given that spanking is still such a commonand controversialform of punishment careful

The Strong Evidence Against Spanking

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Lisa Renae
Paige Edrington
Erica Lee
The Atlantic
The Atlantic
04/29/2017 at 05:54. Facebook
"What if it doesn't work? Or, maybe even worse: What if it actually does?" (from 2016)
"What if it doesn't work Or maybe even worse: What if it actually does" from 2016

I Got Hypnotized to Quit Smoking—It Sort of Worked

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Pascale Pontoreau
Carolyn Oliveira
The Atlantic
The Atlantic
04/29/2017 at 05:31. Facebook
"Nationwide, only 21 units are available per 100 extremely low-income renter households (those earning below 30 percent of the area median income) without government assistance. With assistance, it’s 46." (via CityLab)
Nationwide only 21 units are available per 100 extremely lowincome renter households

Every Single U.S. County Has an Affordable Housing Crisis

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Paulina Martinez
Elizabeth Hopkins
Scott Fanetti
The Atlantic
The Atlantic
04/29/2017 at 05:14. Facebook
"No matter where you live, your life is complicated and has great joy and sorrow."
"No matter where you live your life is complicated and has great joy and sorrow"

The Adversity of a Child's Life in Rural Kentucky

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Nicholas Marks
Wally Kaspars
The Atlantic
The Atlantic
04/29/2017 at 04:55. Facebook
Basic advances in brushing, flossing, and microbiology have largely defeated the problem of widespread tooth decay—yet the perceived problem of oral asymmetry has remained and, in many ways, intensified. (from 2015)
Basic advances in brushing flossing and microbiology have largely defeated the problem

What Did People Do to Their Teeth Before Braces?

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Susan Brunton
Michele A Wilcox
Kriss Hughes
The Atlantic
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04/29/2017 at 04:37. Facebook
Books, movies, cooking, television, and more!
Books movies cooking television and more

The Atlantic's Week in Culture

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The Atlantic
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04/29/2017 at 04:15. Facebook
"Believing a lie means you lose a part of the real world, of yourself." (from 2014)
"Believing a lie means you lose a part of the real world of yourself" from 2014

The Lies of Adolf Eichmann

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Perry John Marshall
Josh Hamor
Nicholas Marks
The Atlantic
The Atlantic
04/29/2017 at 03:55. Facebook
"I am finding it increasingly plausible that existential risk is the biggest moral issue in the world, even if it hasn’t gone mainstream yet." (from 2014)
I am finding it increasingly plausible that existential risk is the biggest

But What Would the End of Humanity Mean for Me?

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Diane Sherman
Michele A Wilcox
Dan Neuman
The Atlantic
The Atlantic
04/29/2017 at 03:32. Facebook
"What’s stunning about today’s methods of avoiding integration is that they are, by and large, legal, but they nevertheless leave black students stuck in schools that are separate and unequal." (from 2016)
Whats stunning about todays methods of avoiding integration is that they are

How Segregation Has Persisted in Little Rock

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Kathryn Beisner
Diane Sherman
Steve Mestayer
The Atlantic
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04/29/2017 at 02:50. Facebook
A community in Panama reuses plastic bottles to build houses, roads, and more.
A community in Panama reuses plastic bottles to build houses roads and more

The Man Who Wants to Build a Village Out of Plastic Bottles

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Karen Janus
Josh Scott
Caitlyn Bixler
The Atlantic
The Atlantic
04/29/2017 at 02:32. Facebook
Four decades after her son's incarceration, a mother hopes for his release.
Four decades after her son's incarceration a mother hopes for his release

Will This Mother's Son Ever Come Home?

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Jennifer L. Foster
Hayden Rabone
The Atlantic
The Atlantic
04/29/2017 at 01:45. Facebook
Jean Sykes Kasselman
The Atlantic
The Atlantic
04/29/2017 at 01:27. Facebook
One of the most consistent environmental explanations for homosexuality is called the fraternal birth order effect. (from 2016)
One of the most consistent environmental explanations for homosexuality is called the

Why Men With Older Brothers Are More Likely to be Gay

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Mitchel Huber
Alma Morales Potter
KarenTerry Foley
The Atlantic
The Atlantic
04/29/2017 at 00:51. Facebook
"Today’s fashion trends will no doubt look strange or creepy in a few centuries, but even in that far future, visards will still be high on the list of history’s most terrifying fashion moments." (via Atlas Obscura)
Todays fashion trends will no doubt look strange or creepy in a

When High-Class Ladies Wore Masks That Made It Impossible to Speak

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Natalia Mielniczek
Erika Smith
Sabrina Altieri
The Atlantic
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04/29/2017 at 00:16. Facebook
"Sometimes the best way to make sense of the past is to acknowledge that the past is chaos."
(via MTV News)
Sometimes the best way to make sense of the past is to

A New Documentary On The L.A. Riots Aims To Unsettle

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