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Brian McGill is the Senior Graphics Editor at National Journal. Prior to joining National Journal, McGill worked as a senior news artist at The Tampa Tribune in Tampa, Fla. and a graphic artist at the Springfield News-Leader in Springfield, Mo. He graduated from the Missouri School of Journalism at the University of Missouri.

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Taking Charge

One-third of House chiefs of staff are women. Here's the partisan breakdown.

The Value of Cosponsorships

It isn't what you might think.

What K Street Does All Day

And what it doesn't do.

The Shrinking Congressional Battleground–in One Map

Both parties have relatively few opportunities to pick up new seats this year.  

Where Homeowners Are Still Underwater

Some low-income, mostly minority neighborhoods may never recover from the mortgage crisis.   

Same-Sex Marriage Decision in Utah Could Go All the Way to the Supreme Court This Fall

A decade after 11 states banned gay marriage, gay-rights advocates are gaining ground over their opponents.

Where Do Military Veterans Live?

A rural Texas congressional district with an average July temperature of 95 degrees isn't the first place most Americans would consider a retirement destination, but veterans flock there.

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The Shrinking Congressional Battleground–in One Map

Both parties have relatively few opportunities to pick up new seats this year.  

Where Homeowners Are Still Underwater

Some low-income, mostly minority neighborhoods may never recover from the mortgage crisis.   

Same-Sex Marriage Decision in Utah Could Go All the Way to the Supreme Court This Fall

A decade after 11 states banned gay marriage, gay-rights advocates are gaining ground over their opponents.

Where Do Military Veterans Live?

A rural Texas congressional district with an average July temperature of 95 degrees isn't the first place most Americans would consider a retirement destination, but veterans flock there.

The Primaries That Could Determine the Future of the House

Because these districts are not battlegrounds in the traditional sense, the campaigns aren't getting much attention. But the ultimate effects could be enormous.

The 5 Most and Least Charitable U.S. States

While Utah is clearly the most charitable state, the rest of the rankings depend on the measurement.

Not a Single Republican Has Mentioned Earth Day in Congress Since 2010

Mining the Congressional Record for partisanship on environmental matters.

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