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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.

Latest From Kaveh Waddell

South Florida Wants to Be the 51st State Because of Climate Change Worries

Money and politics have divided Florida for decades, but the rising sea level has finally prodded the south into action.

Someone Else Jumped the White House Fence. This Is What Happened.

Unlike last time, the system worked. But the video isn't pretty.

When Dems Start Turning on Each Other—THE EDGE

By Kaveh Waddell ( @kavehewaddell )

Let's Get Offensive—THE EDGE

Passengers on U.S.-bound flights from West Africa will be subject to extra screening, starting tomorrow. An American prisoner was released from North Korea. Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon announced a "Fe...

Americans Aren't as Panicked About Ebola as You Might Think

The economy ranks far higher among issues Americans worry about.

Good Ebola News, Finally—THE EDGE

Forty-three people who came into contact with the first Ebola patient diagnosed in the U.S. before he died are clear of the disease. The WHO says the Ebola outbreak has been contained in Nigeria. ...

What Would an Ebola Travel Ban Actually Look Like?

Even if the government gets around the legal and administrative hurdles, imposing the ban may make fighting Ebola harder—or even trigger a stock-market panic.

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South Florida Wants to Be the 51st State Because of Climate Change Worries

Money and politics have divided Florida for decades, but the rising sea level has finally prodded the south into action.

Someone Else Jumped the White House Fence. This Is What Happened.

Unlike last time, the system worked. But the video isn't pretty.

When Dems Start Turning on Each Other—THE EDGE

By Kaveh Waddell ( @kavehewaddell )

Let's Get Offensive—THE EDGE

Passengers on U.S.-bound flights from West Africa will be subject to extra screening, starting tomorrow. An American prisoner was released from North Korea. Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon announced a "Fe...

Americans Aren't as Panicked About Ebola as You Might Think

The economy ranks far higher among issues Americans worry about.

Good Ebola News, Finally—THE EDGE

Forty-three people who came into contact with the first Ebola patient diagnosed in the U.S. before he died are clear of the disease. The WHO says the Ebola outbreak has been contained in Nigeria. ...

What Would an Ebola Travel Ban Actually Look Like?

Even if the government gets around the legal and administrative hurdles, imposing the ban may make fighting Ebola harder—or even trigger a stock-market panic.

Show More from Kaveh Waddell