The Atlantic, a publication known for its strong and often critical opinions on the world, has a new list of its top stories in the past month.
The Atlantic’s list is a compilation of what the publication considers the most compelling stories from across the globe, including the United States, United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, and India.
The top stories have ranged from the sensational to the critical, with the focus on the impact of technology on our lives and the role of the media in it.
The list includes some of the most influential media outlets in the world including the Associated Press, CNN, The New York Times, and Reuters.
“The Atlantic is a strong source of quality news, and it’s a testament to the quality of the journalism that our editors produce,” said David Siegel, editor-in-chief of The Atlantic.
“This year we added some new stories that we thought would be exciting and important to our readers and readers of other publications, but in order to be a truly valuable source of news, we had to choose the right stories.”
In addition to breaking news, the Atlantic is known for providing readers with a variety of entertaining stories and entertainment, from quirky to news that gives the viewer a good laugh, and more.
In 2017, The Atlantic ranked among the top 10 stories of the year on the list of top stories.
The publication has long focused on providing news that entertains its readers, but it was also an influential force in pushing for social change, particularly in the United Kingdom.
It was also instrumental in getting the UK’s government to introduce legislation allowing women to vote, and in 2016, The Washington Post’s Pulitzer Prize-winning reporters David Fahrenthold and Ben Smith, both British citizens, were given the Pulitzer Prize for their work in exposing the human rights abuses committed by Saudi authorities in Yemen.
In addition, The Wall Street Journal, The Guardian, the Financial Times, Reuters, and other newspapers and news outlets were also featured in The Atlantic list.
“As the editor of The Washington Times, I know the importance of the paper’s role as a platform for news and analysis,” Fahrenhold said.
“But we also have to be mindful of what’s important to readers of The New Yorker.
The Times has become an invaluable source of independent journalism, and I think it’s important that we don’t become complacent in that regard.”
“As a result of The Times’s coverage of the Saudi Arabian government, it has generated tremendous global public interest and attention, and the public has a right to know what the U.S. government is doing there.
We want to be as transparent as possible in what we’re publishing,” said Fahrenlthold.
“So when The Atlantic came along with this list, we took the opportunity to share with The New Yorkers and The Americans our views on their stories, as well as to reflect on how they might be better presented by our competitors.”
In 2016, the publication ranked fourth among news outlets in terms of number of top-ranking stories, and fourth overall in terms to reach 500,000 readers.
In the list, the top-ranked stories included a report from a prominent Australian news organization, a story about a prominent Russian politician, a report on the work of an international charity, and a report about an alleged bribery scandal involving a U.K. businessman.
“There are always a lot of good stories to be told, but our priority in 2017 was to provide readers with the kind of content that makes them laugh, that makes us think, and that makes the world a better place,” Fahreld said.