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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 Eric Cantor Got a Job on Wall Street

The former House Republican has close ties to the investment industry.

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The president said Thursday that there is no doubt that Russia is responsible for the separatist movement in Ukraine.

U.S. Tells Russia to 'Stop Lying' About Its Involvement in Ukraine

The United Nations Security Council held an emergency meeting Thursday to discuss the conflict.

More Than 40 Percent of All Ebola Cases in West Africa Were Reported Within the Last 21 Days

"I wish I didn't have to say this, but it is going to get worse before it gets better."

When Uber Acts Like a '19th-Century Robber Baron'—THE EDGE

Russia has crept closer to a possible stealth invasion of Ukraine. The White House plans to "name and shame" other nations into enacting climate-change legislation.

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How Eric Cantor Got a Job on Wall Street

The former House Republican has close ties to the investment industry.

We Don't Have a Strategy for the Weekend Yet—THE EDGE

The number of Syrian refugees around the world surpassed 3 million. The U.K. raised its terror threat level to "severe," citing the threat of ISIS in Iraq. A bunch of people dumping ice water over...

Buckets of Ice Water Brought in More ALS Funding in 30 Days Than the Government Did in a Year

Donors around the world gave more than $100 million in the past month through the Ice Bucket Challenge.

Obama Lays Blame on Russia for Violence in Ukraine

The president said Thursday that there is no doubt that Russia is responsible for the separatist movement in Ukraine.

U.S. Tells Russia to 'Stop Lying' About Its Involvement in Ukraine

The United Nations Security Council held an emergency meeting Thursday to discuss the conflict.

More Than 40 Percent of All Ebola Cases in West Africa Were Reported Within the Last 21 Days

"I wish I didn't have to say this, but it is going to get worse before it gets better."

When Uber Acts Like a '19th-Century Robber Baron'—THE EDGE

Russia has crept closer to a possible stealth invasion of Ukraine. The White House plans to "name and shame" other nations into enacting climate-change legislation.

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