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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.

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The secretary of State met with Vladimir Putin and Russia's foreign minister in Sochi on Tuesday, his first visit since relations between Moscow and Washington hit Cold War-era lows.

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