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Mauro Whiteman

Video Producer

mwhiteman@nationaljournal.com

Mauro Whiteman is a Video Producer for National Journal. He is currently pursuing bachelor's and master's degrees concurrently at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication. Prior to joining National Journal, he has worked for various news outlets, including Reuters, the Associated Press, News21, and the Arizona Center for Investigative Reporting. Mauro hails from Great Falls, Montana.

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President Obama Goes Full Tarantino

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A Prerecorded Reaction To The President's Speech

Late-night shows like The Colbert Report are generally prerecorded, but that doesn't stop them from making guesses about how badly the president's speech went.

ISIS May Have A Plagiarism Scandal

ISIS has been stealing the intellectual property of the United States. Plus: Scott Brown's lady problem and the law firm that is suing President Obama.

A Decade Of Stalling On Immigration Reform

President Obama is taking a play from the Republican immigration reform playbook. Plus: A surprise trip to Stonehenge and a call for Liam Neeson.

Why Student Debt Isn't Going Anywhere

John Oliver takes a look at the growing problem of student debt, and it doesn't look like it is going anywhere. Plus: Obama in Wales.

Guess Whose Anti-Obama Attack Ads These Are

Democrats pull out the stops with their anti-Obama attack ads. Plus: IQs are dropping, a Googler joins the White House staff, and Cosmo joins the political fray.

Frank Underwood's Advice for President Obama

Frank Underwood, the fictional president in the Netflix series House of Cards, has some advice for President Obama.

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President Obama Goes Full Tarantino

President Obama found himself at a crossroads between his minimalist foreign policy and the hawkish, kill-all-terrorists policy of the conservative right. Which path did he choose?

A Prerecorded Reaction To The President's Speech

Late-night shows like The Colbert Report are generally prerecorded, but that doesn't stop them from making guesses about how badly the president's speech went.

ISIS May Have A Plagiarism Scandal

ISIS has been stealing the intellectual property of the United States. Plus: Scott Brown's lady problem and the law firm that is suing President Obama.

A Decade Of Stalling On Immigration Reform

President Obama is taking a play from the Republican immigration reform playbook. Plus: A surprise trip to Stonehenge and a call for Liam Neeson.

Why Student Debt Isn't Going Anywhere

John Oliver takes a look at the growing problem of student debt, and it doesn't look like it is going anywhere. Plus: Obama in Wales.

Guess Whose Anti-Obama Attack Ads These Are

Democrats pull out the stops with their anti-Obama attack ads. Plus: IQs are dropping, a Googler joins the White House staff, and Cosmo joins the political fray.

Frank Underwood's Advice for President Obama

Frank Underwood, the fictional president in the Netflix series House of Cards, has some advice for President Obama.

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