The Atlantic Is Donald Trump’s Presidency Hurting His Businesses? 2017-04-29T09:30:00.000000000-04:00 His polarizing first 100 days in office appear to be driving potential customers away from his companies. The Changing of the Global Economic Guard 2017-04-29T08:00:00.000000000-04:00 China has profited immensely from the open global trading system. But whether it remains open depends on the actions of the West’s increasingly reactive democracies. Dear White People and Lorde: The Week in Pop-Culture Writing 2017-04-29T08:00:00.000000000-04:00 Highlights from seven days of reading about arts and entertainment American Gods Is a Gorgeous Mess 2017-04-29T06:00:00.000000000-04:00 The new Starz show, adapted from the 2001 book by Neil Gaiman, is extravagantly ambitious and frequently absurd. Looking Back on the L.A. Riots Through Five Documentaries 2017-04-29T06:00:00.000000000-04:00 The glut of new films, marking the 25th anniversary of the unrest, are imperfect but panoramic portrayals of the events that shook the city and the nation. Why Do So Many Americans Think Democrats Are Out of Touch? 2017-04-29T04:50:00.000000000-04:00 The party appears to be struggling to convince the public it represents a better alternative to President Trump and the GOP. The Atlantic Daily: A Milestone and a ‘Major, Major Conflict’ 2017-04-28T19:36:41.000000000-04:00 Trump's first 100 days, his latest take on North Korea, political strife in Macedonia, and more North Korea's Latest Provocation 2017-04-28T19:01:43.000000000-04:00 An apparently failed missile launch comes just days after the U.S. deployed a missile-defense system to the Korean peninsula. Why Launching a War Against North Korea Would Be Immoral 2017-04-28T18:00:02.000000000-04:00 Peter Beinart argues that preventive war is betrayal of American principles The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: 99/1,461 2017-04-28T17:37:49.000000000-04:00 On Saturday, President Trump will celebrate his 100th day in office.