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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

Scientists Move Doomsday Clock Closer to Apocalypse

Citing nuclear proliferation and climate change, the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists on Thursday set the clock to three minutes to midnight.

Party Lines Are Blurring in Congress Over Iran

Democrats and Republicans are splitting from the party line on sanctions.

Barbara Boxer and Rand Paul to Propose 'Moderate' Alternative to House Sanctions Bill on Iran

The two senators are drafting legislation that would allow Congress to reinstate some sanctions on Iran if it violates current nuclear agreements.

Menendez: Administration's Talking Points Seem to 'Come Straight Out of Tehran'

The top-ranking democrat in the Senate Foreign Relations Committee blasted Obama for his rhetoric on Iran.

This Year's State of the Union Address Is Light on Foreign Affairs

The president will talk about Iran, Iraq, and Afghanistan far less than he did in previous speeches

If the Worst Happens at the State of the Union, Anthony Foxx Will Lead the Country

No pressure.

Joe Biden Is Warming Up His Smile—THE EDGE

President Obama plans to propose a tax on wealthy Americans in his State of the Union address tonight. The White House announced that Obama will veto two new bills if they arrive at his desk. The ...

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