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Patrick Reis is policy editor for National Journal. He has previously worked at POLITICO, Greenwire and Seattle's Real Change News. He likes dogs and dislikes writing about himself.
Are politicians driving people away by talking about economic insecurity?
When it comes to who falls where on the income ladder, the Motor City hews best to the national average.
James Foley, a journalist who disappeared in Syria nearly two years ago, has reportedly been murdered by members of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria.
The 2018 and 2022 World Cups will be hosted by countries whose legal codes and cultures are rife with homophobia.
George R.R. Martin's dystopian kingdom bears an uncomfortable resemblance to a modern Washington.
The state has the potential to be a sun-baked solar titan, but so far, the industry has struggled to find a foothold.
Yes, she'd be the age he was upon taking office. But no, that's not relevant.
A string of untimely animal deaths have raised questions about management, but biologists say the truth behind the deaths is even more disturbing.