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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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Iran Debates Are Set for September

GOP leaders in both the House and Senate said they would bring up resolutions disapproving the nuclear deal, and McConnell wants senators at their desks in the chamber for the historic debate.

Bidenmentum Has Not Reached the Senate

The vice president's former colleagues still love him. That doesn't mean they want him to run for president.

Cybersecurity Bill Faces Time Crunch as Recess Approaches

Unless a deal is struck, amendments could slow the bill's progress and hinder its chances of passing before the end of the week.

Poll: Will Donald Trump Still Be a Candidate for President by the Iowa Caucuses?

"With his ego, he could still be a candidate for president by the Iowa caucuses of 2024."

Poll: How Much of an Influence Will the Black Lives Matter Movement Have on the Democratic Party in 2016?

"The party will have to be responsive to the concerns of black activists and, with each incident, the fervor grows."

McConnell Looks to Take on Cybersecurity Bill Next Week

If it comes up, senators will have little time to debate the measure, with recess around the corner.

Amid Conservative Unrest, McConnell Tightens His Grip

Through "some especially difficult political terrain," the majority leader managed to get nearly everything he wanted in the last week.

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