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Mike Magner

Managing Editor, National Journal Daily

mmagner@nationaljournal.com

A native of South Bend, Ind., and a graduate of Georgetown University, Mike Magner has been a journalist for more than 35 years. He worked for the Kalamazoo Gazette, the Newhouse Newspapers Washington Bureau and an environmental news service before joining National Journal in February 2007. He is the author of Poisoned Legacy: The Human Cost of BP's Rise to Power, published by St. Martin's Press in 2011.

Latest From Mike Magner

Four Years Later, a Sharp Divide on Gulf Oil Spill

On the anniversary of the disaster, BP and the company's critics describe the situation very differently.

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Robert Engelman moves to senior fellow at the institute to focus on a unique area of research.

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Lester Brown Celebrates 80, but He's Not Done Yet

One of the world's foremost environmental thinkers continues work begun decades ago.

Fired Fox Sports Broadcaster Joins Family Research Council

Craig James sums up his message as: "the Constitution, the First Amendment, and religious freedom."

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The House GOP budget proposal is also in the spotlight this week on Capitol Hill.

The Unmaking of Tanja Popovic

The acting director of a federal health agency stepped down after terse exchanges with Capitol Hill aides and concerned citizens.

Health Agency Chief Resigns After Clash With Marines Over Camp Lejeune Problems

Tense email exchanges and a Capitol Hill meeting preceded Tanja Popovic's sudden and quiet resignation.

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Four Years Later, a Sharp Divide on Gulf Oil Spill

On the anniversary of the disaster, BP and the company's critics describe the situation very differently.

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The House GOP budget proposal is also in the spotlight this week on Capitol Hill.

Health Agency Chief Resigns After Clash With Marines Over Camp Lejeune Problems

Tense email exchanges and a Capitol Hill meeting preceded Tanja Popovic's sudden and quiet resignation.

35 Years Ago, Congress Went Live

As C-SPAN celebrates a birthday, founder Brian Lamb is still having fun.

House Fires Shot at Obama Climate Rules

Defying a veto threat, Republicans push through bill to limit EPA regulation of power plants.

Washington's Newest Think Tank Focuses on Green Power

Matthew Stepp, executive director of the new Center for Clean Energy Innovation, says the goal is tackling climate change with techonology.

PEOPLE

Dingell’s Health Care Legacy (and a Few Things You Probably Didn’t Know)

There are more than a few stories about the longest-serving lawmaker in U.S. history.

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