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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

The Unlikely Battleground for Reproductive Rights: Alaska

On the heels of Alaska's Senate primary, Planned Parenthood's political arm has launched its largest digital ad buy of the cycle.

Why an Indictment Could Be a Blessing for Perry

It lets him play victim, among other things.

Rick Perry Wants Everyone to Know Even David Axelrod Defends Him

It's not the strongest argument.

Zelda Williams's Tiny Victory

After Robin Williams's daughter was bullied off Twitter, the platform is changing its online harassment policies. A little bit, anyway.

The Internet Blame Game Is Already Underway in Ferguson

And everyone, from Gov. Jay Nixon to the political press, looks terrible.

Hillary Clinton's Rules for Women

The former of secretary of State laid out a few best practices for women in a new interview with Glamour .

In Defense of D.C.'s Uncoolness

Sure the District's a great place to live, but know thy strengths, people.

Show More from Lucia Graves

The Unlikely Battleground for Reproductive Rights: Alaska

On the heels of Alaska's Senate primary, Planned Parenthood's political arm has launched its largest digital ad buy of the cycle.

Why an Indictment Could Be a Blessing for Perry

It lets him play victim, among other things.

Rick Perry Wants Everyone to Know Even David Axelrod Defends Him

It's not the strongest argument.

Zelda Williams's Tiny Victory

After Robin Williams's daughter was bullied off Twitter, the platform is changing its online harassment policies. A little bit, anyway.

The Internet Blame Game Is Already Underway in Ferguson

And everyone, from Gov. Jay Nixon to the political press, looks terrible.

Hillary Clinton's Rules for Women

The former of secretary of State laid out a few best practices for women in a new interview with Glamour .

In Defense of D.C.'s Uncoolness

Sure the District's a great place to live, but know thy strengths, people.

Show More from Lucia Graves