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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

Crises Crowd Congress's Already-Cluttered Week

Lawmakers race to finish VA reform and the highway fund bill as Ukraine, Gaza, and the border divert attention.    

Poll: Which State's Senate Campaign Needs More Attention?

Democratic Political Insiders say the focus should be on Michelle Nunn's Georgia race.

Poll: How Much of a Lame Duck Is Obama?

Political Insiders—including half of Democrats—say he's just passing time.

The GOP's Gay-Rights Reboot

Growing public acceptance of same-sex marriage has spurred an effort to change the Republican Party's platform.

Legislation and Litigation Both on the Agenda in Congress

House Republicans plan to start plotting lawsuit against President Obama on Wednesday.

Poll: Would Passing Appropriations Bills On Time Help the Country?

As one Political Insider puts it, "following the Constitution" is wise.

Poll: Would Passing Appropriations Bills On Time Help Your Party?

Some Political Insiders would rather miss deadline than compromise.

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Crises Crowd Congress's Already-Cluttered Week

Lawmakers race to finish VA reform and the highway fund bill as Ukraine, Gaza, and the border divert attention.    

The GOP's Gay-Rights Reboot

Growing public acceptance of same-sex marriage has spurred an effort to change the Republican Party's platform.

Legislation and Litigation Both on the Agenda in Congress

House Republicans plan to start plotting lawsuit against President Obama on Wednesday.

Poll: Would Passing Appropriations Bills On Time Help the Country?

As one Political Insider puts it, "following the Constitution" is wise.

Poll: Would Passing Appropriations Bills On Time Help Your Party?

Some Political Insiders would rather miss deadline than compromise.

Where Cruz, Rubio, and Paul Stand on the Unaccompanied-Minors Crisis

All are critical of President Obama, but in different ways.

Senate Democrats Try to Win Big Business by Exploiting the GOP Split on the Ex-Im Bank

As talks to produce bipartisan reauthorization legislation falter, Democrats look for political gain with the business class.  

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