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Marina Koren

Staff Correspondent

mkoren@nationaljournal.com

Marina Koren is a staff correspondent at National Journal. Before joining, she wrote for Smithsonian magazine. Her writing has previously appeared in Psychology Today, Popular Mechanics and The News Journal, Delaware's main daily newspaper. Marina studied at the University of Delaware, where she also served as editor-in-chief of the independent student newspaper, The Review.

Latest From Marina Koren

The U.S. and Russia Are Now Actually Agreeing on Something in Ukraine

Diplomats from nearly all sides have laid out a few requirements. But will Russia follow through?

The White House Doesn't Know What Vladimir Putin Is Up To

And that means the administration is being pretty careful about making any policy promises in public.

How Safe Are U.S. Ferries?

Major accidents, like the one in South Korea, are unpredictable—and can be unavoidable.

Look Up, America: There's a 'Blood Moon' Tonight

Fingers crossed for cloudless skies for this rare celestial phenomenon.

This 67-Million-Year-Old Dinosaur Is Headed to Space

Well, a few microscopic parts of it are.

The Capitol Dome's First Makeover in 55 Years Has Begun

The iconic structure, badly in need of repair, has entered the first phases of its renovation.

Show More from Marina Koren

The U.S. and Russia Are Now Actually Agreeing on Something in Ukraine

Diplomats from nearly all sides have laid out a few requirements. But will Russia follow through?

The White House Doesn't Know What Vladimir Putin Is Up To

And that means the administration is being pretty careful about making any policy promises in public.

How Safe Are U.S. Ferries?

Major accidents, like the one in South Korea, are unpredictable—and can be unavoidable.

Look Up, America: There's a 'Blood Moon' Tonight

Fingers crossed for cloudless skies for this rare celestial phenomenon.

This 67-Million-Year-Old Dinosaur Is Headed to Space

Well, a few microscopic parts of it are.

The Capitol Dome's First Makeover in 55 Years Has Begun

The iconic structure, badly in need of repair, has entered the first phases of its renovation.

Show More from Marina Koren