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Michael Catalini is a staff correspondent covering the U.S. Senate at National Journal Daily. Previously at National Journal, he reported on national politics and was deputy editor of Influence Alley, covering Congress and K Street. Before joining National Journal he oversaw coverage of the Baltimore Ravens at The Baltimore Sun. While at The Sun, he also pioneered the use of live-streaming video, organized and edited online content and wrote breaking and feature news. He graduated from Penn State with a bachelor's degree in journalism and has a master's degree in government from Johns Hopkins.

Latest From Michael Catalini

How Jeff Sessions Became a Leader in the Immigration Fight

Ted Cruz may get the headlines, but Sessions has been the key Senate GOP player on border issues.

A Historically Unproductive Congress Inches Toward Finish Line

Any burst of big-ticket legislation after the August recess looks unlikely.

Funding for Israel's Missile-Defense System Heads to Obama's Desk

Iron Dome gets last-minute passage in both chambers.

Poll: Does a Senator's Ability to Filibuster Help or Hurt Your Party?

Most Democratic Political Insiders say it hinders the party using it, while many GOP Insiders see the filibuster as a valuable minority tool.

Poll: Would a GOP Senate Majority Leader End Filibustering of Bills?

Political Insiders from both parties agree it's unlikely.

Senate Border Funding Bill Goes Down

The chamber heads home for recess unable to agree on an immigration measure.

After Delay, House GOP Plans Second Try on Border Bills

Unable to wrangle support, Republicans had to put off votes on immigration measures.

Show More from Michael Catalini

How Jeff Sessions Became a Leader in the Immigration Fight

Ted Cruz may get the headlines, but Sessions has been the key Senate GOP player on border issues.

A Historically Unproductive Congress Inches Toward Finish Line

Any burst of big-ticket legislation after the August recess looks unlikely.

Funding for Israel's Missile-Defense System Heads to Obama's Desk

Iron Dome gets last-minute passage in both chambers.

Poll: Does a Senator's Ability to Filibuster Help or Hurt Your Party?

Most Democratic Political Insiders say it hinders the party using it, while many GOP Insiders see the filibuster as a valuable minority tool.

Poll: Would a GOP Senate Majority Leader End Filibustering of Bills?

Political Insiders from both parties agree it's unlikely.

Senate Border Funding Bill Goes Down

The chamber heads home for recess unable to agree on an immigration measure.

After Delay, House GOP Plans Second Try on Border Bills

Unable to wrangle support, Republicans had to put off votes on immigration measures.

Show More from Michael Catalini