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Courtney McBride is the editor of National Journal's Daily Briefings team. She previously worked as a staff writer at the Hotline, where she covered the 2012 elections. A native of Philadelphia's Main Line, McBride studied the modern Middle East at the University of Pennsylvania.

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U.S. Tried to Rescue ISIS Hostages; Israel Kills Hamas Military Leaders; Peace Comes to Ferguson

IS Claims to Kill American; Primary Election Results; Holder Heads to Mo.; Gaza Truce Shattered

Election Day in Alaska and Wyoming; Ferguson Clashes Go On; Gaza Truce Extended

Tensions High as National Guard Enters Ferguson; Iraqi Forces Gain Ground; Hopes Dim for Gaza Deal

Hope Rises as Peace Endures in Gaza; E.U. Could Arm Kurds in Iraq; Ukraine Searches Russian Convoy

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Unassuming Labor Lawyer Is Making Sports History

Peter Sung Ohr, a National Labor Relations Board regional director, said that college football players have the right to unionize, and his ruling touched off a national furor.

In Focus: Unemployment 2009-2014

The Federal Open Market Committee, which sets policy for the Federal Reserve, is meeting this week, the first gathering since Fed Chair Janet Yellen took the reins from predecessor Ben Bernanke. T...

Union Station Gets a Facelift

Efforts are underway to repair the damage caused by the 2011 earthquake and preserve the historic structure.

The New Face of Common Cause

Miles Rapoport, a former Connecticut legislator and secretary of state, is poised to take charge of the watchdog group March 10.

An American Dream for a New Museum

Sam Eskenazi is on a one-man crusade to establish a National Museum of the American People.

Campaign Intensifies for Latino Museum on the National Mall

A bill to authorize a Latino museum has languished for years in Congress, but Estuardo Rodriguez of the Raben Group is leading the charge.

Discovering the Power—and the Limits—of the Pulpit

The Very Rev. Gary Hall became the dean of Washington National Cathedral on Oct. 1, 2012, and has had a whirlwind first year.

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