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Past articles by Jeffrey:

Cover Story: Investigating the U.S. Government’s Family-Separation Policy

Caitlin Dickerson discusses the Trump administration’s devastating family-separation policy and bureaucratic failures—and how it could happen again. → Read More

'Where the Crawdads Sing' Author Wanted for Questioning in Murder

A televised 1990s killing in Zambia has striking similarities to Delia Owens’s best-selling book turned movie. → Read More

Introducing the Atlantic Archive

In the summer of 1860, the Harvard botanist Asa Gray published in The Atlantic a sympathetic, though tentative, defense of Darwin’s “On the Origin of Species,” which was then provoking anxiety among theologians and scientists alike. “The Darwinian theory, once getting a foothold,” Gray wrote, “marches boldly on, follows the supposed near ancestors of our present species farther and yet farther… → Read More

Volodymyr Zelensky: The Worst May Be Ahead of Us

In a wide-ranging conversation at his compound in Kyiv, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky tells The Atlantic what Ukraine needs to survive—and describes the price it has paid. → Read More

Jeffrey Goldberg: The Republican Party, and America, Are in Crisis

The GOP’s leaders are ​​attempting to destroy the foundations of American democracy. → Read More

Among the Insurrectionists

What I heard from insurrectionists on their march to the Capitol → Read More

Why Obama Fears for Our Democracy

In an exclusive interview, the former president identifies the greatest threats to the American experiment, explains why he’s still hopeful, and opens up about his new book. → Read More

Mr. Trump, Tear Down This Wall

The president showed nearly as much disrespect for the White House as he did for the presidency itself. → Read More

The Challenge of Documenting White Nationalism

A Q&A with the filmmakers behind White Noise, The Atlantic’s first feature documentary → Read More

Iran and the Palestinians Lose Out in the Abraham Accords

From authoritarian leaders to White House aides to the Palestinians, tallying the winners and losers. → Read More

Alexander Vindman: Trump Is Putin’s ‘Useful Idiot’

In his first interview, a key witness in the impeachment trial says Trump goes out of his way to try to please the Russian president. → Read More

Trump: Americans Who Died in War Are ‘Losers’ and ‘Suckers’

The president has repeatedly disparaged the intelligence of service members, and asked that wounded veterans be kept out of military parades, multiple sources tell The Atlantic. → Read More

James Mattis Denounces Trump as a Threat to the Constitution

In an extraordinary condemnation, the former defense secretary backs protesters and says the president is trying to turn Americans against one another. → Read More

The Conspiracy Theorists Are Winning

America is losing its grip on enlightenment values and reality itself. → Read More

The Man Who Couldn’t Take It Anymore

“I had no choice but to leave,” General James Mattis says of his decision to resign as President Trump’s secretary of defense. → Read More

He’s Getting Worse

Trump is turning the American presidency into a platform for the wholesale demonization of minorities. → Read More

50 Moments That Define the Trump Presidency

“Unthinkable” is a special project from The Atlantic, cataloging the 50 most norm-shattering moments of the Trump administration. → Read More

Mattis Always Understood Trump’s Severe Defects

And his resignation means he knows that the president will never change. → Read More

Introducing The Atlantic’s Ideas Section

A new destination for incisive and intelligent analysis, essays, and commentary → Read More

Donald Trump’s Mafia Mind-Set

Listening to a legendary American mobster and hearing the president of the United States → Read More