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Mauro Whiteman

Video Producer

mwhiteman@nationaljournal.com

Mauro Whiteman is a video producer for National Journal. 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 is a graduate of Arizona State University. He hails from Great Falls, Montana.

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Do the Most Hipster Thing Possible—Move to Des Moines

Ditch Brooklyn, millennials. The real place to be is Des Moines, a city with a blossoming culture scene, thriving start-ups, and urban beauty.

The People Who Can't Take Advantage of the Des Moines Housing Boom

The downtown area is full of low-rent apartments. But the trendy neighborhood isn't where those who could most use affordable housing need to live.

Why Des Moines Can Be a Model for Urban Schools

A majority of students are minorities. Poverty rates are going up. Refugees speak 100 different languages and dialects. And despite all this, the school district is seeing gains.

How Scientists See the Differences in Liberal and Conservative Brains

How an NYU research team is looking at the biological differences in partisan brains.

Thinking Differently

Conservatives and liberals have brains that look and act differently. 

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.

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Do the Most Hipster Thing Possible—Move to Des Moines

Ditch Brooklyn, millennials. The real place to be is Des Moines, a city with a blossoming culture scene, thriving start-ups, and urban beauty.

The People Who Can't Take Advantage of the Des Moines Housing Boom

The downtown area is full of low-rent apartments. But the trendy neighborhood isn't where those who could most use affordable housing need to live.

Why Des Moines Can Be a Model for Urban Schools

A majority of students are minorities. Poverty rates are going up. Refugees speak 100 different languages and dialects. And despite all this, the school district is seeing gains.

How Scientists See the Differences in Liberal and Conservative Brains

How an NYU research team is looking at the biological differences in partisan brains.

Thinking Differently

Conservatives and liberals have brains that look and act differently. 

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.

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