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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.
A nurse still has not made a deal with her home state of Maine over the terms of a temporary quarantine. A force of Iraqi Kurds entered Syria from Turkey to take on Islamic State fighters. And ant...
The secretary of State said Thursday that more economically powerful countries make today's political landscape more complex than it was 50 years ago.
The nurse who was quarantined against her will in New Jersey is now resisting a similar order from health officials in her home state of Maine. The Defense Department announced that all U.S. soldi...
Obama warned that state-level quarantine policies could discourage volunteers from heading to West Africa to treat Ebola patients. The release of a Dallas nurse who was being treated for the disea...
Five years after landmark federal legislation that expanded a previous hate-crime law to include sexual orientation and gender identity, advocates are zeroing in on state laws.
A nurse who was quarantined against her will in New Jersey was released after she tested negative for Ebola. A major U.S. base in Afghanistan was vacated and turned over to Afghan forces.
Public opinion on the death penalty hasn't budged in recent years, despite high-profile missteps. But advocates still say they're winning.