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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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How Ferguson Can Recover

Advice for a town torn asunder, from mayors who have been there.

House Staffers Banned From Wikipedia Over Anti-Transgender Edits

Human Rights Campaign calls on Boehner to investigate "troubling" edit to Orange Is the New Black actress's page.  

Who Is in Charge in Ferguson?

More than a week after Michael Brown was shot, the answer is still unclear.

Ferguson Police Say Officer Stopped Michael Brown for 'Blocking Traffic'

Police say the officer who shot Brown did not know that the 18-year-old was a suspect in a robbery at the time.

Missouri Governor Says State Highway Patrol Will Take Over in Ferguson

The city has begun to resemble "a war zone," Gov. Jay Nixon said. "And it's unacceptable."

Ferguson Police Chief Says He 'Hopes' He Won't Have to Gas More People

The police force is working with the Justice Department to help minimize racial tensions in the city.

Obama Considering Boots on the Ground in Iraq

But the troops would not engage in combat, the White House says.

Show More from Sarah Mimms

How Ferguson Can Recover

Advice for a town torn asunder, from mayors who have been there.

House Staffers Banned From Wikipedia Over Anti-Transgender Edits

Human Rights Campaign calls on Boehner to investigate "troubling" edit to Orange Is the New Black actress's page.  

Who Is in Charge in Ferguson?

More than a week after Michael Brown was shot, the answer is still unclear.

Ferguson Police Say Officer Stopped Michael Brown for 'Blocking Traffic'

Police say the officer who shot Brown did not know that the 18-year-old was a suspect in a robbery at the time.

Missouri Governor Says State Highway Patrol Will Take Over in Ferguson

The city has begun to resemble "a war zone," Gov. Jay Nixon said. "And it's unacceptable."

Ferguson Police Chief Says He 'Hopes' He Won't Have to Gas More People

The police force is working with the Justice Department to help minimize racial tensions in the city.

Obama Considering Boots on the Ground in Iraq

But the troops would not engage in combat, the White House says.

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