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Sarah Mimms is a staff correspondent for National Journal Daily, covering Congress. Previously at National Journal, she served as senior analyst for the Hotline, where she covered federal and gubernatorial campaigns in the South. She joined National Journal in August 2010 and went on to cover the intersection of politics and the media during the 2012 elections for the Hotline, while writing a daily tipsheet on national politics and campaigns. Mimms attended Georgetown University, where she spent a year interning for the Washington Post, covering local issues and contributing to the Express magazine. Mimms is a native of Spokane, Wash., and now lives in Washington, D.C.

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Enzi Wins Budget Gavel Fight as Sessions Drops Bid

The Senate panel's current top Republican, a prominent immigration hawk, will have to step aside in January.

The 113th Congress Ends With a Whimper

On Reid's last night as leader, Senate approves a tax bill and several Obama nominees, but can't finish a terrorism insurance measure.

Mitch McConnell: Approving Keystone XL Is First Order of Business Next Year

Ascendant Republicans will quickly launch an energy policy battle in the new Congress.

Senate Confirms Gun-Control Advocate as Surgeon General

Vivek Murthy became the nation's top doctor Monday, but only after a protracted fight over firearms. 

The Omnibus Is Done. Ted Cruz's Feud With GOP Leaders Rages On.

After a long day of bickering, the Senate clears $1.1 trillion spending bill for President Obama's signature.

Senate Fails to Finish Spending Bill

Ted Cruz on the right and Elizabeth Warren on the left hold firm in their opposition.

The Center Won Thursday Night. Can It Win Again in the 114th Congress?

Despite griping from left and right, the odd coalition that passed the omnibus bill could form again next year to tackle tough challenges.

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