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​Kaveh Waddell is a staff correspondent for National Journal, where he previously conducted policy research​. A native of Seattle, Kaveh graduated from Middlebury College with a degree in international politics and economics.

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Ebola Has Arrived in America—THE EDGE

The director of the Secret Service apologized for the White House security breach in a contentions committee hearing today. Protesters in Hong Kong are preparing for a possible police offensive. K...

States Take the Lead on Sexual-Assault Reform

A movement that began on college campuses is emerging on the national stage.

It's Apparently This Easy to Get Into the East Room—THE EDGE

The number of pro-democracy demonstrators on the streets of Hong Kong grew after riot police pulled back, following a weekend characterized by clashes between protesters and police. A new report s...

Meet the Controversial Muslim Leader Who Has Advised the White House

Sheikh Abdullah bin Bayyah issued a fatwa condemning ISIS violence last week.

Sarah Palin Still Can't Find the White House—THE EDGE

The Values Voter Summit in D.C. brought out the red in top conservative speakers. The U.K. Parliament voted overwhelmingly to participate in airstrikes on extremist groups in Iraq. And an arson ea...

Only Two Members of Obama's Original Cabinet Remain—THE EDGE

Attorney General Eric Holder announced that he will step down as soon once his successor is chosen. Ferguson Police Chief Thomas Jackson apologized directly to Michael Brown's family in a video. T...

Iranian President: West Should Step Aside in Fight Against ISIS

Hassan Rouhani: "The right solution to this quandary comes from within the region."

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Ebola Has Arrived in America—THE EDGE

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States Take the Lead on Sexual-Assault Reform

A movement that began on college campuses is emerging on the national stage.

It's Apparently This Easy to Get Into the East Room—THE EDGE

The number of pro-democracy demonstrators on the streets of Hong Kong grew after riot police pulled back, following a weekend characterized by clashes between protesters and police. A new report s...

Meet the Controversial Muslim Leader Who Has Advised the White House

Sheikh Abdullah bin Bayyah issued a fatwa condemning ISIS violence last week.

Sarah Palin Still Can't Find the White House—THE EDGE

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Only Two Members of Obama's Original Cabinet Remain—THE EDGE

Attorney General Eric Holder announced that he will step down as soon once his successor is chosen. Ferguson Police Chief Thomas Jackson apologized directly to Michael Brown's family in a video. T...

Iranian President: West Should Step Aside in Fight Against ISIS

Hassan Rouhani: "The right solution to this quandary comes from within the region."

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