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What Does Living Near One's Parents Do to a Person's Career?

It could be helpful during bouts of unemployment, but it’s also associated with lower-paying work.

How Barack Obama Is Like Jim Harbaugh

Every football fan in the country understands that there can be dramatic improvement and still disappointment. But when it comes to assessing the 44th president’s legacy, people can’t seem to accept anything less than perfect.

Answering Your Questions on Trump and the Rust Belt

(Editor’s note: Alana Semuels joined the TAD discussion group of Atlantic readers for an “Ask Me Anything,” and a…

Weed Weddings Are Now a Thing

In the post-legalization West, some ceremonies feature smokable boutonnieres and marijuana toasts.

There's Superficial Agreement in Congress on Paid Family Leave

A Democratic and a Republican bill each purport to address the matter, but there are major differences in their approaches.

The Real-Life Consequences of the Federal Hiring Freeze

Donald Trump’s late January order to halt government hiring has produced stress, anxiety, and confusion for current employees and those wishing to join them.

How Immigrants Have Contributed to American Inventiveness

Fields with more foreign-born inventors see a bump in patents, which leads to economic growth.

Why the Trumps' Travel Expenses Matter

Every previous first family took vacations. No previous first family profited off of them.

More Data, Better Dining?

Damian Mogavero, a consultant, argues that analytics can help restaurants become more creative and profitable.

It’s Getting Harder to Believe in Silicon Valley

Awestruck visions of the tech industry have become less convincing than ever.

Wall Street Diversifies Itself

Exchange-traded funds are challenging the status quo in investment management—including who’s in charge.

A Resort for the Apocalypse

Texas’s Trident Lakes is the latest entry in a booming market for luxury bunkers.

Why a Super Bowl Ad Is the Smartest Way to Waste $5 Million

The biggest blockbuster in pop culture doesn’t benefit most of its advertisers. So, what are they thinking?

Playing the Super Bowl Halftime Show: An Unpaid Internship?

Performers do it for the exposure, and, like the NFL, have an interest in keeping the attention away from money.

Trump Begins to Chip Away at Banking Regulations

Justifying his latest executive order, he said that "so many people, friends of mine, with nice businesses” had trouble getting loans.

Trump's Interests vs. America's, Red Cross Edition

The federally chartered organization will be holding its annual ball this Saturday at the president's golf club in Florida, Mar-a-Lago.

A Great January Jobs Report

The U.S. economy added 277,000 jobs last month, while the unemployment rate ticked up to 4.8 percent.

A Publicity Stunt at the National Prayer Breakfast?

In his speech at the annual event, the president went on a digression promoting The Apprentice, a show he co-produces.

Budweiser’s Pro-Immigration, Totally-Not-Political Super Bowl Ad

The high-profile spot is already being interpreted along partisan lines, whether the company likes it or not.

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