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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 Economic Impact of School Discipline

African-American girls are more likely to be suspended and spend time in alternative schools, limiting their lifetime opportunities.

Whatever Happened to the Congressional NFL Hearing?

New stories suggest Ray Rice has company.

What Exactly Does a Government 'Czar' Do?

President Obama is expected to name a new Ebola czar. A look at his administration's past crisis czars gives some indication of how that will work out.

Your Waitress Works for Tips, Not Pinches

A new report finds that more than one-third of tipped female workers who leave their jobs quit because of sexual harassment.

An Idaho Rancher's Answer to Cliven Bundy

A pro-government, pro-conservation candidate wins in deep-red Idaho.

Republicans’ Contraception Puzzle

Are they warming to birth control, or do they just have selective amnesia?

Is Bike Sharing for White Gentrifiers?

Meet the people working to make sure the answer to that question is no.

Show More from Lucia Graves

The Economic Impact of School Discipline

African-American girls are more likely to be suspended and spend time in alternative schools, limiting their lifetime opportunities.

Whatever Happened to the Congressional NFL Hearing?

New stories suggest Ray Rice has company.

What Exactly Does a Government 'Czar' Do?

President Obama is expected to name a new Ebola czar. A look at his administration's past crisis czars gives some indication of how that will work out.

Your Waitress Works for Tips, Not Pinches

A new report finds that more than one-third of tipped female workers who leave their jobs quit because of sexual harassment.

An Idaho Rancher's Answer to Cliven Bundy

A pro-government, pro-conservation candidate wins in deep-red Idaho.

Republicans’ Contraception Puzzle

Are they warming to birth control, or do they just have selective amnesia?

Is Bike Sharing for White Gentrifiers?

Meet the people working to make sure the answer to that question is no.

Show More from Lucia Graves