This doesn't appear to be advertised on the Virgin Atlantic website yet but they appear to have their award semi-regular award sale pricing for economy and premium economy redemptions loaded. In fact, the pricing seems to be up to 30%...Show More Summary
A few days ago, I found myself reading an older article from The Atlantic by Joseph Williams, entitled My Life as a Retail Worker: Nasty, Brutish, and Poor. In the article, Williams outlines his own story, where his career suddenly and unexpectedly collapsed and he found himself working at an entry-level retail job. Show More Summary
She needs climate activists more now than ever.
In 1755, an earthquake of magnitude 8.5 -9.0 or greater struck in the Atlantic just west of Lisbon. Three separate quakes caused many of the great buildings in Lisbon to collapse to the ground. Shortly thereafter a set of three tsunamis crashed ashore and destroyed the shipping in the Tagus river. Show More Summary
ERIK WEMPLE ON HILLARY AND HER PRESS SYCOPHANTS: Corrupt journalism doesn’t pay. Nor does abetting it. And he names Marc Ambinder in the first sentence. Former Atlantic contributing editor Marc Ambinder is showing appropriate contrition for having participating in some dubious journalistic practices back in July 2009. As exposed by some Freedom Of Information Act […]
Nowhere is that more important than on the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway. As 2016 begins, we at the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway Association (AIWA) are looking
An email obtained by a Gawker via FOIA request details how a reporter for The Atlantic agreed to a write an article that was tailored to then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's specific demands.
"Undeniable for 40" celebrates the league's 40th anniversary with a look at some of its highlights.
This photo may seem fishy, but it’s completely real. Jay Rooker, a marine biologist and professor at Texas A&M University at Galveston, took the photo of a baby Atlantic swordfish in 2013 while he was surveying the northern waters of the Gulf of Mexico. Show More Summary
This article first appeared on the Atlantic Council site. The recent backroom bilateral talks between the United States and Russia about Ukraine have caused anxiety in the region, raised hopes that sanctions could be lifted and elevated...Show More Summary
"It's proved to be more expensive than a cocaine habit."
It is widely known that "a picture is worth a thousand words." But a new study by researchers at Florida Atlantic University published in Evolutionary Psychology begs to differ when it comes to young children. read more
Has Superman been irrevocably broken by years of writers trying to fix a “perfect” hero? Writing for The Atlantic, Asher Elbein examines why lackluster comic sales and controversial mass media adaptations reveal the struggle to tackle DC’s iconic superhero—but also what makes a good Superman story. Read more...
Topic: Libraries We’re still going! I have written detailed posts about many of them for TheAtlantic.com. I’m still writing! Here are links to the previous posts, which represent a large cross-section of towns around the country, from...Show More Summary
QUESTIONS NOBODY IS ASKING: “Does America Need More Hitler Humor?” Still though, give the Atlantic some credit for consistency; in an item published there in 2007, the year before Andrew Sullivan discovered his true calling as America’s foremost uterus detective, the excitable one wrote a blog post whose headline described GWB as “The Weimar President.” […]
Severe weather barrels in from the Atlantic, bringing damaging winds and torrential rain to northwest Europe.
The Royal Caribbean cruise ship Anthem Of The Seas was damaged during the recent Winter Storm Mars that blew through the Atlantic Ocean. Multiple online videos and photos show ho passengers were forced to hunker down in their cabins as the rough seas tossed them to and fro, with witnesses saying they were “shaking all... Show More Summary
Concerns over global growth sparked heavy selling on both sides of the Atlantic, while oil prices plunged.
As a low pressure area continued to intensify in the Atlantic Ocean off the United States' East Coast, NASA's Global Precipitation Measurement or GPM core satellite gathered information about the precipitation the storm was packing. read more
A Royal Caribbean cruise ship ran into high winds and rough seas in the Atlantic Ocean on Sunday, forcing frightened passengers into their cabins overnight as their belongings flew about, waves rose as high as 30 feet, and winds howled outside. The cruise line says that although no one was injured...