The April issue of The Atlantic is out.
Subject matter: The Touch-Screen Generation
Synopsis: “Young children—even toddlers—are spending more and more time with digital technology. Thousands of apps appealing to kids just out of diapers are now released every year. Should parents recoil or rejoice? Hanna Rosin examines the latest research and data—not to mention the behavior of her own three kids—to better understand what tablets and smartphones are doing to young children’s brains.” Read here.
* Jeffrey Goldberg interviews King Abdullah II in a 10,000-word piece. As we know now, the King denies some of the interpretations made by Goldberg, calling the article “inaccurate and dishonest.”
* What’s the Deal With Donald Trump? William D. Cohan explores whether Trump is a genius or a buffoon or a little of both.
* In the “Big Question,” a divorce lawyer, Gloria Allred and more weigh in on the worst marriages ever.