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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.

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New Orleans' Post-Katrina Identity Crisis

The Big Easy is back. But what does that mean now?

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Civic engagement is morphing so fast that it's hard to measure. And that's a good thing.

Mark Zuckerberg Just Donated More Money to Fight Ebola Than China, Canada, and France Combined

Those are some deep blue-jean pockets.

7 Essential Facts About Ebola

This year has been the worst year for Ebola infections and deaths since the virus was first recognized in 1976. Here are the grim numbers.

Your Waitress Works for Tips, Not Pinches

A new report finds that more than one-third of tipped female workers who leave their jobs quit because of sexual harassment.

Why Des Moines Can Be a Model for Urban Schools

A majority of students are minorities. Poverty rates are going up. Refugees speak 100 different languages and dialects. And despite all this, the school district is seeing gains.

The FCC Is Promising Big Payouts for Local TV Stations That Go Off the Air

The government wants to use the airwaves to improve cell-phone connections. 

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New Orleans' Post-Katrina Identity Crisis

The Big Easy is back. But what does that mean now?

Why Are Political Scientists Studying Ice Bucket Challenges?

Civic engagement is morphing so fast that it's hard to measure. And that's a good thing.

Mark Zuckerberg Just Donated More Money to Fight Ebola Than China, Canada, and France Combined

Those are some deep blue-jean pockets.

7 Essential Facts About Ebola

This year has been the worst year for Ebola infections and deaths since the virus was first recognized in 1976. Here are the grim numbers.

Your Waitress Works for Tips, Not Pinches

A new report finds that more than one-third of tipped female workers who leave their jobs quit because of sexual harassment.

Why Des Moines Can Be a Model for Urban Schools

A majority of students are minorities. Poverty rates are going up. Refugees speak 100 different languages and dialects. And despite all this, the school district is seeing gains.

The FCC Is Promising Big Payouts for Local TV Stations That Go Off the Air

The government wants to use the airwaves to improve cell-phone connections. 

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