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Lucia Graves is a staff correspondent for National Journal. Previously she was a political reporter for The Huffington Post, where she covered energy, Congress and the 2012 presidential campaign. Before that, she was a book project instructor with 826 DC. Her work has appeared in The Atlantic, Columbia Journalism Review, Washingtonian magazine and more.

Latest From Lucia Graves

Is Sheldon Adelson Turning Even Rand Paul Anti-Isolationist?

The staunchly pro-Israel megadonor's 2016 involvement puts Paul in a precarious position.

Republicans' Attack on the White House Proves Obama's Point

The administration's transparency means critics can shame them for any gender-related discrepancies in pay. And that's a good thing.

A Hillary Clinton Presidency Would Crack the Linguistic Glass Ceiling

Would she go by "madam president" or "Mrs. president"? And would Bill Clinton be "first gentleman"?

Can Banning 'Revenge Porn' Win Muriel Bowser the Millennial Vote?

Among other things.

Equal Pay Takes Center Stage as a Democratic Campaign Issue

Here's what female Democratic candidates are saying about equal pay. Spoiler: It's a united front.

A Telling Moment for Martin O'Malley—and His Presidential Ambitions?

That the Maryland governor will sign the marijuana decriminalization bill speaks volumes about his national viability.

What It Might Be Like if Anita Hill Testified Today

She'd see a different Senate. But one not fully changed.

Show More from Lucia Graves

Is Sheldon Adelson Turning Even Rand Paul Anti-Isolationist?

The staunchly pro-Israel megadonor's 2016 involvement puts Paul in a precarious position.

Republicans' Attack on the White House Proves Obama's Point

The administration's transparency means critics can shame them for any gender-related discrepancies in pay. And that's a good thing.

A Hillary Clinton Presidency Would Crack the Linguistic Glass Ceiling

Would she go by "madam president" or "Mrs. president"? And would Bill Clinton be "first gentleman"?

Can Banning 'Revenge Porn' Win Muriel Bowser the Millennial Vote?

Among other things.

Equal Pay Takes Center Stage as a Democratic Campaign Issue

Here's what female Democratic candidates are saying about equal pay. Spoiler: It's a united front.

A Telling Moment for Martin O'Malley—and His Presidential Ambitions?

That the Maryland governor will sign the marijuana decriminalization bill speaks volumes about his national viability.

What It Might Be Like if Anita Hill Testified Today

She'd see a different Senate. But one not fully changed.

Show More from Lucia Graves