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Marin Cogan is a writer-at-large for National Journal. Previously, she was a correspondent for GQ magazine, where she covered the 2012 presidential campaign. Before that she was a staff writer for POLITICO and an assistant editor at The New Republic. She has also written for ESPN magazine, New York, Glamour and more.

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The Time Michael Grimm Yelled at Me

Even before that New Yorker story came out, I had a good sense of Grimm's temper.

This Olympian Will Take the Gay-Rights Fight to Sochi

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The Obscure Iowa Scandal That Reaches All the Way to Mitch McConnell

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Two Ivy League degrees. Two tours of duty. Can Tom Cotton win the Senate for the GOP?

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Plus a White House wedding and whispers from Washington's prestige peddlers.  

The Only Thing Worse Than the Toronto Mayor's Crack Habit? His Ties.

We didn't even need Rob Ford's behavior to know he was unfit for office. His neckwear said it all.

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How a Toxic Leak Made One Town the Subjects of a Live Human Experiment

A toxic chemical leak, a contaminated water supply, and a long wait for answers in West Virginia.

The Time Michael Grimm Yelled at Me

Even before that New Yorker story came out, I had a good sense of Grimm's temper.

This Olympian Will Take the Gay-Rights Fight to Sochi

Caitlin Cahow's unexpected journey into advocacy parallels America's larger embrace of the issue.

The Obscure Iowa Scandal That Reaches All the Way to Mitch McConnell

Did a Michele Bachmann aide get paid to endorse Ron Paul? And did McConnell's campaign manager know about it?

Is This 36-Year-Old Veteran the Future of the GOP?

Two Ivy League degrees. Two tours of duty. Can Tom Cotton win the Senate for the GOP?

How Power Shifted to Make JPMorgan's Punishment Possible

Plus a White House wedding and whispers from Washington's prestige peddlers.  

The Only Thing Worse Than the Toronto Mayor's Crack Habit? His Ties.

We didn't even need Rob Ford's behavior to know he was unfit for office. His neckwear said it all.

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