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Mauro Whiteman

Video Producer

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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The Story Google Trends Tell About 2014

Using Google Trends data, we can compare the relative U.S. search interest in different newsworthy topics. Hint: There wasn't much interest in the "midterm elections."

What A Budget Compromise Looks Like

Last night's late-night funnies: The Tonight Show takes a look at the budget compromise that passed the House late Thursday evening. See how Republicans and Democrats "split the difference" to get...

In Its Defense, The U.S. Is 'Awesome'

Last night's late-night funnies: While the Senate's torture report may shed light on the abuses carried out in its name, the United States is still "awesome." Right, Fox News?

The Appropriate Reaction To The Senate Torture Report

After all of the horrific details released in yesterday's Senate Torture Report, Jon Stewart is trying to find the appropriate reaction.

Watch John McCain's Full Remarks on the Senate Torture Report

Sen. John McCain delivered a nearly 15-minute speech following the release of the Senate's report on use of "enhanced interrogation" in the wake of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.

What Obama Wants For Christmas

Will the president get a lump of coal this year? Jimmy Fallon has the exclusive audio of Obama's hug with Santa.

Meet the First Undocumented Med-School Student at UC San Francisco

Jirayut Latthivongskorn asked admissions offices around the country if anyone knew of a "Dreamer" who had made it into medical school. No one did. "It was very much like trying to find a unicorn,"...

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