There's No Such Thing as Free Will - The Atlantic
This perhaps isn't the best article on the matter of free will, and the consequences of not believing in it, but still worth reading, I think.
As it happens, I noticed that the edition of Philosophy Now magazine currently at my local newsagent had several articles on free will. I haven't finished them all, yet, but I'll probably get around to mentioning one of them here, later.
[I keep thinking, incidentally, that the current way young folk in particular in Western society are thinking about gay and transgender issues is influenced not just by Freud, but by their increasing and almost unconscious acceptance that free will is not real, and our feelings are all determined by a dance of atoms that we have no control over.]