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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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We Don't Have a Strategy for Getting Home in the Snow Yet—THE EDGE

Ruth Bader Ginsburg underwent heart surgery. President Obama pardoned two turkeys, while House Speaker John Boehner divulged the secrets of his turkey brine recipe.

How Does John Boehner's Thanksgiving Turkey Brine Recipe Stack Up to Yours?

'Tis the season to douse a turkey in 16 ounces of maple syrup.

Inside the Lush Lifestyle the National Thanksgiving Turkeys Lead Before They’re Pardoned

The birds spent a couple nights at a swanky Washington hotel before they meet President Obama at the White House on Wednesday.

Who Will Pay Ebola Patients' Medical Bills in the U.S.?

Some hospitals and lawmakers are looking to the federal government to cover treatment, which can total more than $1 million for a single patient.

Obama Offers to Walk John Boehner's Dog. Boehner Doesn't Have a Dog.

The president has been using the same joke-plea for compromise for years.

Millennials Love Mail

A new poll shows that the people you'd least expect to use stamps are the ones who like the U.S. Postal Service most.

Here's How Much Congress Talked About Keystone Before the Vote Failed

Mentions of the pipeline in floor speeches reached a fever pitch in the lead-up to this week's Senate vote.

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We Don't Have a Strategy for Getting Home in the Snow Yet—THE EDGE

Ruth Bader Ginsburg underwent heart surgery. President Obama pardoned two turkeys, while House Speaker John Boehner divulged the secrets of his turkey brine recipe.

How Does John Boehner's Thanksgiving Turkey Brine Recipe Stack Up to Yours?

'Tis the season to douse a turkey in 16 ounces of maple syrup.

Inside the Lush Lifestyle the National Thanksgiving Turkeys Lead Before They’re Pardoned

The birds spent a couple nights at a swanky Washington hotel before they meet President Obama at the White House on Wednesday.

Who Will Pay Ebola Patients' Medical Bills in the U.S.?

Some hospitals and lawmakers are looking to the federal government to cover treatment, which can total more than $1 million for a single patient.

Obama Offers to Walk John Boehner's Dog. Boehner Doesn't Have a Dog.

The president has been using the same joke-plea for compromise for years.

Millennials Love Mail

A new poll shows that the people you'd least expect to use stamps are the ones who like the U.S. Postal Service most.

Here's How Much Congress Talked About Keystone Before the Vote Failed

Mentions of the pipeline in floor speeches reached a fever pitch in the lead-up to this week's Senate vote.

Show More from Marina Koren