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Catherine Hollander covers economics as a correspondent for National Journal. Previously, she covered domestic policy and the economy as a staff writer at National Journal. Hollander graduated from Yale University. She is from Suttons Bay, Michigan.

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Why It Sucks to Be CBO

The congressional number cruncher is a favorite target of both the Left and the Right.

Plates Are Full in House and Senate as Congress Rushes Toward Easter Recess

A GOP budget proposal, tax extenders, Russia and Syria, and energy development are among the items on a packed agenda.

Ukraine, Fiscal Issues Top Post-Recess Agenda

Lawmakers return to Washington with foreign policy pushed to the forefront.

In Worst-Case Scenario, Fed Sees $501 Billion in Losses at Nation's Biggest Banks

The new stress-test results are in.

Study: Long-Term Unemployed, If They Get a Job, More Likely to Leave Than Settle Into Labor Force

A new paper details the challenges facing this "unlucky subset of the unemployed."

How Janet Yellen Is Looking at the Economy

The new Fed chair pledged continuity with her predecessor at her first press conference.

What to Expect When Janet Yellen Meets the Press

Her first move is probably going to be overseeing a change in how the Fed talks about its plans to raise interest rates.

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Why It Sucks to Be CBO

The congressional number cruncher is a favorite target of both the Left and the Right.

In Worst-Case Scenario, Fed Sees $501 Billion in Losses at Nation's Biggest Banks

The new stress-test results are in.

Study: Long-Term Unemployed, If They Get a Job, More Likely to Leave Than Settle Into Labor Force

A new paper details the challenges facing this "unlucky subset of the unemployed."

How Janet Yellen Is Looking at the Economy

The new Fed chair pledged continuity with her predecessor at her first press conference.

What to Expect When Janet Yellen Meets the Press

Her first move is probably going to be overseeing a change in how the Fed talks about its plans to raise interest rates.

Meet the Bitcoin Mommy Bloggers

The world of the virtual currency is overwhelmingly dominated by men. These women want to change that.

Are Robots About to Take Our Jobs?

Economists are warning about the coming robot job-apocalypse. But where's the data?

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