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Marina Koren is a news editor at National Journal. She previously worked at Smithsonian, Psychology Today and Popular Mechanics. She attended the University of Delaware and served as editor-in-chief of The Review, the independent student newspaper.

Latest From Marina Koren

Jim Webb Is Running for President

The former senator from Virginia announced his 2016 bid Thursday afternoon.

Washington Mayor: 'No Evidence' of Gunshots or Shooter at Navy Yard

U.S. Navy and Washington, D.C. officials have confirmed that no shooting occurred Thursday morning, after a lockdown that began just before 8 a.m.

Leader of Free World Weighs in on This Whole 'Peas in Guac' Debate

The president on Wednesday offered his own take on an apparently blasphemous dip recipe.

President Obama Reflects on His 'Best Week'

At a press conference with Brazil President Dilma Rousseff, Obama talked about the events of last week and what to expect regarding the crisis in Greece.

Chris Christie Is Running For President. But Is He Too Late?

The New Jersey governor is announcing his campaign in New Jersey this morning.

How the Gay Couples Who Sued Massachusetts for the Right to Marry Feel Now

Four plaintiffs talk about the state of marriage equality since their landmark case opened the door for it in 2003.

Antonin Scalia and the Supreme Court of Jiggery-Pokery

The author of one of the most beloved children's book series weighed in on the justice's dissent in Thursday's Obamacare ruling.

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