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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

Poll: How Much Will the Rise of the Islamic State Affect the November Election?

Not much, say most Insiders.

Poll: When Would a Congressional Vote to Authorize Force in Iraq and Syria Most Benefit Your Party?

More than half of Insiders say a pre-November vote would be best.

Senate Approves Spending Bill and Syria Measure, Heads for Exits

In its last preelection move, Congress sends the president a bill to arm anti-ISIS forces.

Senate Ready for CR Vote, as Larger Syria Debate Awaits

Stopgap spending bill looks headed for passage despite concerns.

Will Reid Remain Leader if Democrats Lose the Senate? He Won't Say.

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid on Tuesday left open the possibility that he might not stand for Democratic leader if his party loses in the midterm elections.

Rumors Aside, Burr Says He'll Run Again

The North Carolina Republican dismisses retirement rumors, and has been assured by Anthony Foxx that the Democrat won't challenge him.

Hill Agenda This Week: Fund the Government and Arm Syrian Rebels

Congress has plenty to tackle in its last week before leaving town to campaign, including acting on Obama's request for help to fight ISIS.

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Poll: How Much Will the Rise of the Islamic State Affect the November Election?

Not much, say most Insiders.

Poll: When Would a Congressional Vote to Authorize Force in Iraq and Syria Most Benefit Your Party?

More than half of Insiders say a pre-November vote would be best.

Senate Approves Spending Bill and Syria Measure, Heads for Exits

In its last preelection move, Congress sends the president a bill to arm anti-ISIS forces.

Senate Ready for CR Vote, as Larger Syria Debate Awaits

Stopgap spending bill looks headed for passage despite concerns.

Will Reid Remain Leader if Democrats Lose the Senate? He Won't Say.

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid on Tuesday left open the possibility that he might not stand for Democratic leader if his party loses in the midterm elections.

Rumors Aside, Burr Says He'll Run Again

The North Carolina Republican dismisses retirement rumors, and has been assured by Anthony Foxx that the Democrat won't challenge him.

Hill Agenda This Week: Fund the Government and Arm Syrian Rebels

Congress has plenty to tackle in its last week before leaving town to campaign, including acting on Obama's request for help to fight ISIS.

Show More from Michael Catalini