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Matt Vasilogambros is a staff correspondent for National Journal, covering foreign affairs, the White House and Congress. He previously covered the 2012 presidential election and other national races for the National Journal and The Hotline. Before joining the magazine, Matt wrote for Politics Daily, the Iowa Independent and the Huffington Post, covering politics and higher education. Matt is a graduate of Drake University, where he served as an award-winning editor of the student newspaper. He is a native of Arlington Heights, Ill., and currently lives in Washington, D.C.

Latest From Matt Vasilogambros

Behind a Centuries-Old International Feud Over Marbles

Museums around the world are filled with other countries' ancient treasures. But for the last 200 years, Greece has fought to reclaim its own.

Yes, the Search for the White House Christmas Tree Has Already Begun

Tree growers descend on southwest Michigan this week to choose which farm will provide the White House with its Christmas tree.

Argentina's Stock Exchange Is Down After World Cup Loss

And Germany's stock exchanged closed up. Coincidence?

For Germany and Argentina, a World Cup Loss Could Mean a Stock-Market Dive

Losing a major soccer game hurts the self-esteem of a nation so much that it affects investor moods.

If Hillary Clinton Doesn't Run, Who Would Lead the Democratic Field for President?

Other potential Democratic candidates like Elizabeth Warren and Andrew Cuomo are largely unknown among potential voters, according to a new poll.

The Number of Breweries May Be Up, But Beer Consumption Is Still Down

Breweries more than doubled between 2007 and 2012, despite the trend away from beer. The answer: craft beer.

How Cash-Strapped Towns Are Saving Fourth of July Fireworks

Independence Day celebrations are an economic boost for communities. And with budgets tight, there are several ways towns can avoid canceling their shows.

Show More from Matt Vasilogambros

Behind a Centuries-Old International Feud Over Marbles

Museums around the world are filled with other countries' ancient treasures. But for the last 200 years, Greece has fought to reclaim its own.

Yes, the Search for the White House Christmas Tree Has Already Begun

Tree growers descend on southwest Michigan this week to choose which farm will provide the White House with its Christmas tree.

Argentina's Stock Exchange Is Down After World Cup Loss

And Germany's stock exchanged closed up. Coincidence?

For Germany and Argentina, a World Cup Loss Could Mean a Stock-Market Dive

Losing a major soccer game hurts the self-esteem of a nation so much that it affects investor moods.

If Hillary Clinton Doesn't Run, Who Would Lead the Democratic Field for President?

Other potential Democratic candidates like Elizabeth Warren and Andrew Cuomo are largely unknown among potential voters, according to a new poll.

The Number of Breweries May Be Up, But Beer Consumption Is Still Down

Breweries more than doubled between 2007 and 2012, despite the trend away from beer. The answer: craft beer.

How Cash-Strapped Towns Are Saving Fourth of July Fireworks

Independence Day celebrations are an economic boost for communities. And with budgets tight, there are several ways towns can avoid canceling their shows.

Show More from Matt Vasilogambros