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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.

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How Can the U.S. Fix a 14,000-Case Backlog of Black-Lung-Stricken Miners?

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The vice president railed against restrictive GOP-backed voting policies at the annual NAACP convention on Wednesday.

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The U.N. Human Rights Council has announced a probe into military operations in the region, triggering dismay from Israelis and praise from Palestinians.

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Two Ukrainian military fighter jets were struck down Wednesday , according to the nation's defense ministry.

U.S. Officials: Russia 'Created the Conditions' for Malaysia Airlines Crash

New intelligence finds no direct link between the air disaster and the Russian government, but it likely won't quell concerns about some association.

Ukrainian President: Malaysia Airlines Crash Is No Different Than 9/11

Petro Poroshenko drew the comparison Monday in an attempt to rally U.S. support against Russia.

In Ukraine, U.S. Is Still Waiting on Europe to Pressure Russia

The White House is hoping European nations will ditch economic concerns and act in the wake of the Malaysia Airlines crash.

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How Can the U.S. Fix a 14,000-Case Backlog of Black-Lung-Stricken Miners?

Congressional leaders and labor officials convened this week to address a broken federal compensation program for miners with the disease.

How Joe Biden Is Trying to Bring Black Voters to the Polls

The vice president railed against restrictive GOP-backed voting policies at the annual NAACP convention on Wednesday.

Who Voted—and Who Didn't—for U.N. Investigation of Potential War Crimes in Gaza

The U.N. Human Rights Council has announced a probe into military operations in the region, triggering dismay from Israelis and praise from Palestinians.

Planes Are Still Being Shot Down in Ukraine

Two Ukrainian military fighter jets were struck down Wednesday , according to the nation's defense ministry.

U.S. Officials: Russia 'Created the Conditions' for Malaysia Airlines Crash

New intelligence finds no direct link between the air disaster and the Russian government, but it likely won't quell concerns about some association.

Ukrainian President: Malaysia Airlines Crash Is No Different Than 9/11

Petro Poroshenko drew the comparison Monday in an attempt to rally U.S. support against Russia.

In Ukraine, U.S. Is Still Waiting on Europe to Pressure Russia

The White House is hoping European nations will ditch economic concerns and act in the wake of the Malaysia Airlines crash.

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