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Stephanie Stamm

Senior News Artist

sstamm@nationaljournal.com

Stephanie Stamm is a senior news artist at National Journal. Prior to joining the magazine, Stamm held internships at The Seattle Times, the Florida Times-Union and Indianapolis Monthly. She was raised in Westfield, Indiana and graduated from Ball State University with degrees in Journalism Graphics and Visual Communication.

Latest From Stephanie Stamm

Oil Change

As a producer, the United States is gaining on the kings of crude.

Here's What Nations Have Pledged to the Global Climate Fund

Pledges from the U.S. and Japan are expected to bring the total funds to help developing nations adapt to climate change to $7.5 billion. 

Freshman History

How the members of the class of 2014 spent their time before they got elected to the House.

How Airbnb and Uber Are Changing the Nature of Work

The traditional 9-to-5 workplace is morphing into a project-oriented, place-neutral, DIY free-for-all.

Meet the Few African-American Owners in D.C.'s Bar Boom

Still behind in the gentrification game in Washington, H Street Northeast is a good place for African-Americans to open bars.

I Voted (I Hope)

What happens to those provisional ballots.

Here's What a Republican Takeover Looks Like

That's a lot of red for the House.

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Here's What Nations Have Pledged to the Global Climate Fund

Pledges from the U.S. and Japan are expected to bring the total funds to help developing nations adapt to climate change to $7.5 billion. 

How Airbnb and Uber Are Changing the Nature of Work

The traditional 9-to-5 workplace is morphing into a project-oriented, place-neutral, DIY free-for-all.

Meet the Few African-American Owners in D.C.'s Bar Boom

Still behind in the gentrification game in Washington, H Street Northeast is a good place for African-Americans to open bars.

Here's What a Republican Takeover Looks Like

That's a lot of red for the House.

What You Can Learn From Looking At Tomorrow's Most Boring House Races

These are the safest 31 House districts in the country. Maybe we should have more of them.

2016 Candidates Are Losing Their Support at Home

But will presidential candidates be damaged by the voters who first put them in power?

In D.C., White Men Come Out on Top

White guys are crushing it in our nation's capital, leaving other groups out. But there are ways to help to narrow the city's racial and gender wage gaps.

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